“Russian Heritage, American Innovation” is the motto of the new Kalashnikov USA. They’re launching with 4 AK rifles and shotguns in 7.62x39mm and 12-gauge.
Is this really a matter of semantics or are there really differences between a tactical reload and a magazine exchange?
When I set out, to build my latest AR-15 style rifle, there were four things I felt I really needed for a properly built “tactical” AR.
Rainier Arms is taking orders for the UHP15PDW, an integrally-stocked AR-15-based lower for short-barreled rifles and personal defense weapon-style builds.
Aero Precision, Ballistic Advantage and SilencerCo have teamed up to produce a complete custom AR-15 upper receiver tuned to run suppressed full-time.
The Kivaari, by DRD Tactical, is a semi-automatic takedown rifle chambered for .338 Lapua Magnum that, when broken down, fits in a backpack.
Situation: you’ve shot a bunch of rounds and you have time for a tactical reload. Where do you put the half spent mag?
A while back, I decided I wanted to build a “tactical” AR-15. I had built an AR previously, but this time I wanted something better.
The New Frontier Armory is getting ready to launch the C-9, an AR lower receiver that accepts Glock-pattern magazines at the incredibly low price of $169.
Bill Alexander of Alexander Arms shows us his semi-automatic Ulfberht .338 Lapua Magnum at NRRAM…