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Practically Tactical – Personal Protection and the AR-15

The hosts of Practically Tactical are on the very short list of content creators regularly putting out credible, high quality, and honest information about firearms. To learn more about Practically Tactical, we reached out to founder and host, Nick Humphries. We discuss the importance of firearms training for personal protection, keeping an open mind, what to avoid when building a reliable AR, his personal rifle setup and much more.

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Centurion Arms – Hammer Forged Barrels and Gas Blocks

We recently touched base with Monty LeClair of Centurion Arms to see what was new since we last spoke to him about his experiences with the MK12. In this article, we discuss Monty’s recent push to take production in-house, what he feels makes his cold hammer forged barrels superior to many others on the market, and why he feels many simply use “cold hammer forged” as a marketing term.

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Common AR-15 Myths – School of the American Rifle

Spend enough time in online AR-15 groups and you start to notice some patterns…common AR-15 myths taken as gospel by both newer and more experienced builders. In addition, the cult of “good enough” remains pervasive, as does the sometimes irrational over-confidence in parts that come with a high-price tag. To discuss, we recently spent some time talking to Chad Albrecht at School of the American Rifle.

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School of the American Rifle – AR Builder’s Q&A Part 1

Chad Albrecht at the School of the American Rifle is teaching students how focusing on the little things is of huge importance when it comes to a dependable, reliable AR. In part one of our two part conversation, we talk to Chad about the beginnings of the School of the American Rifle, common builder misconceptions, and discuss the ebb and flow of quality control within the firearms industry.

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