We talk a lot about purchasing the “right” parts for our ARs, but the tools we use for the job are also important. The Multitasker Series 3X and the Multitasker Twist are gaining popularity among AR shooters of all levels of experience for good reason…their weapon specific design and build quality appear to be head and shoulders above anything else on the market.
In an industry obsessed with innovation, one company delivering one of the most ground-breaking products in the past decade has been Law Tactical. Their Law Tactical AR Folding Stock Adapter has changed the form factor of the AR, allowing it to go places and do things that were previously impossible. To learn more about Law Tactical, their adapter and what’s next , we reached out to the company and its founder…
Chris Bartocci from Small Arms Solutions is a massive influence on not only our website, but on the world of ARs as a whole. For very good reason, Chris has been one of ARBuildJunkie’s most requested interview subjects. In part two of our three part interview, we talk to Chris about his early experiences with the AR-15, background, his persistence in the face of adversity, and how Small Arms Solutions began…
Quantified Performance’s mission is “connecting companies of value with customers of prominence.” Developed by Ash Hess and Jack Leuba, it’s an online hub where shooters can share data to chart what works. It will act as a place where participants can interact directly with the firearms industry…sharing feedback and building professional connections.
To learn “what happened to the M16 in Vietnam,” it’s hard to think of someone better to ask than Chris Bartocci at Small Arms Solutions. Frankly, there are few active in the industry that know more about the M16 and its history than Chris, who has been intimately involved with the platform for almost his entire life.
We recently reached out to Alex Hartmann at Ridgeline to talk about the basics of the SPR or Special Purpose Rifle…however we also wanted him to help us create a “hard-use AR-15 buyer’s guide.” Let’s say you’re building or buying a reliable carbine to attend multiple day training courses, or a rifle you might need to bet your life on in a home defense situation. What basic factors should you consider on that rifle?