During our recent interview with Nick at Reptilia, we learned that a new stock would soon be on the way. Today, we got our first look at the new stock, as well as some concrete information about it. Designed at the request of a military end user, the RECC·E Stock features a constant cheek weld, … Read more
A few years back in a dark hotel room in Las Vegas, we got a sneak peak of something very cool from LAW Tactical…a bolt carrier that allowed the AR equipped with a LAW tactical folder to fire with it in the folded position. In the years since, we’ve seen brief peaks but nothing concrete…until yesterday. We knew that the wait would eventually be worth it, and now LAW Tactical has released new details about the ARIC (AR Internal Carrier).
Frankly, we had not thought much about AAC since around the Freedom Group days, so we were a bit surprised to see this press release pop up for their new Ranger series of suppressors for the AR-15 and AR-10 with an MSRP of $899.99. (Apparently, JJE Capital purchased several Remington brands in 2020, including AAC. … Read more
With the re-publication of Black Rifle II, now called America’s Rifle: M16/M4 late Cold War through Global War on Terror, by author Chris Bartocci of Small Arms Solutions, we wanted to reach out for some AR-15 buyer’s advice, what companies stand out to him in today’s competitive market, and more. Along the way we learned … Read more
Via Dirty Bird Industries: The Dirty Bird AR-10 Ambidextrous stripped lower receiver is the perfect building block for your new AR-10 build. Our Ambi AR-10 lower is a perfect fit with our AR-10 Billet Uppers and is a great fit with most other DPMS-style uppers from around the industry. Every single Dirty Bird AR-10 lower is precision-machined from … Read more
Simple mistakes mental mistakes and bad gear choices may be holding you back from becoming a better shooter and a more capable armed citizen. To learn simple, practical areas where we can improve, we recently reached out to Mark Smith of JBS Training Group. We discuss a new course he’s working on, concerning trends, common gear mistakes, and more.