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MHA Custom Brightshot Flashlight Mount

Need to attach a weaponlight to your defensive AR? Looking for a mount that won't budge or dislodge your light at the worst time? Rifle Editor Steve Adelmann may have found the perfect mount for the job.

April 16, 2014
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Shaving Ounces

An average AR-platform rifle weighs 7.5 pounds loaded. While that may not sound like much, ounces can add up fast. But there are some some ounce-shaving avenues you can take.

April 15, 2014

A Fine Line Between Customization and Conservation

A handy modular tool designed specifically for AR-platform rifles, the Wheeler Engineering Delta Series AR Armorer's Vise is an essential piece of gear with a lot to offer.

April 11, 2014
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Yankee Hill Machine Desert Enforcer

Yankee Hill's latest rifle makes use of some of the best aftermarket accessories from YHM and Magpul, combined with solid, well engineered upper and lower receivers to create a lightweight, straight-shooting AR.

October 23, 2013

Global Military Gear Adds 18 New Tactical Weapon Accessories

Company enlarges its line to 150 products used by law enforcement personnel, civilian target shooters and hunters.

May 24, 2013
Law Tactical Gen 2 AR Folding Stock Assembly

Law Tactical Gen 2 AR Folding Stock Adapter

A folding stock on a direct-gas AR? Yup. And it works.

May 15, 2013
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M80 Ball Ammunition Roundup

Given the shortage of ammunition, surplus M80 Ball ammo and its civilian equivalents may be your only choice for .308 Win. practice. Here's how nine options perform.

May 13, 2013
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Truck Guns

Keeping a rifle on hand in your vehicle for emergencies is a good idea.

April 24, 2013

Associated Press Continues to Embrace “Assault Rifle” Terminology

The most significant guide for print and digital media reporters continues to mislead them regarding semi-automatic rifles.

March 29, 2013
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TacTricks with Patrick Kelley: Upon Reflection

Hitting targets with an AR, offhand, at 200 and 300 yards is hard enough. Patrick Kelley does it backwards.

March 22, 2013