Looking to make your AR as compact as possible while still retaining reliability and a barrel length thats not absurdly short? In that case, the Cry Havoc Tactical QRB kit might just be the solution you are looking for. The kit is currently used by the United States Air Force on their the GAU-5A Aircrew … Read more
In a series of six executive actions, Biden directed the Department of Justice to propose rule changes that would regulate unfinished gun parts as completed guns. He also told the agency to change the rules around AR-15 pistol brace devices—specialty slings that replace standard shoulder stocks—which could potentially outlaw once-legal guns. The rule changes have the potential to turn millions of gun owners into felons.
Some encouraging news for those who enjoy bump stocks on their ARs…seen by many as an infringement on 2nd Amendment and 5th Amendment rights, a federal appeals court ruled today that the federal regulation barring bump stocks is likely illegal and was incorrect in claiming that the devices make a weapon a machine gun. On … Read more
Offset red dots mounted at 45 degrees are increasingly common on AR-15s. Are these optics necessary? Is running an optic at 12-o-clock on top of your primary optic beneficial? What are there advantages of an offset red dot and just who should consider using them? If you do decide to run one, what offset red dot should you consider?
We recently sat down with Jeff Larson, director of operations at Rubber City Armory, to discuss his company’s Blacknitride+ bolt carrier groups. Purchasing a quality bolt carrier group is one of the most important things you can do to ensure you have a reliable firearm. With many of our go-to bolt carrier groups hard to come by, we recently purchased a Rubber City Armory bolt carrier group for a build and were very impressed with its quality and its glasslike black nitride finish.