When you load up a magazine, you shouldn’t have to tap it to ensure the rounds are seated. Read more
Without the correct paperwork, shouldering a handgun equipped with a stabilizing brace is not allowed, the ATF said and reaffirmed its original ruling. Read more
I’m sure every armchair commando is clamoring about how DI is terrible, proclaiming the gun will have more jams than a Smucker’s factory, but they clearly don’t understand either platform. Read more
The complaint claims Extar allegedly copied features of DRD Tactical’s design that primarily allows users to fire a rifle with a folding stock open or closed.
Daniel Defense filed suit against Remington Outdoor Company, the parent company of DPMS Firearms/Panther Arms, on June 24 for using its trademarked materials in online and print advertisements, and on its trade show signage.
The SCR, or Sport Configurable Rifle, is one of the more interesting rifles to hit the market this year. It is a “featureless” rifle that uses standard AR-15 uppers. Now that we know what the MSRP is, we’re even more excited. Read more
What do you do if your want to design a better AR15, without using any of the parts, technology, or patents involved with an actual AR15. Well, if you are ArmaLite in the 1960s, you remember what you did with Eugene Stoner and get him to work. Read more
Based on how these limited-edition uppers are received by the community, PWS may consider future runs, if limited, in 2015. If you’re looking to put together a premium gun designed to work with the dirtiest of ammo, start the hunt for a PWS MK107 or MK116 now.
Colt’s LE901 is easy enough to understand. One receiver can use a .308 upper, or a 5.56 upper. Now this one rifle can do it all. Read more
We’ve found another one of those perfect combinations. Colt’s new 5.56/.308 combo rifle is multipurpose beast of a gun. And Weaver’s Super Slam Tactical Scope is an ideal match. The 2-10×36 is deal for long range tactical applications, and overkill for a whitetail hunt. Read more