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Adams Arms AR-15 Piston Conversion Kit

Adams Arms has the solution for those looking to turn a direct-gas-impingement operated AR-15 into a piston-driven workhorse.

Remington R-15 VTR Series

A sound design is a sound design, regardless of its original purpose. And while Remington has a long history of adapting its renowned sporting firearms to tactical variants, Big Green takes a different path with its new R-15 VTR series, building excellent hunting rifles on the AR-15 platform.

Ruger SR-556

In the case of the Mini-14 and its variants, Ruger seemed to be grasping for a slice of the "black rifle" market without actually turning out a black-rifle design. It's no wonder, then, that Ruger dropped a few jaws at this year's NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits with news of its first AR-pattern gun.

Sabre Defence M5 Tactical

Sabre Defence put together a fearsome package in its M5 Tactical, one that will leave any fan of tacticalia drooling with lust. Just about every customizable option comes standard, and each of these options is among the highest-grade versions available.

FNH SCAR

The FNH SCAR combines today's cutting-edge technology with a greater degree of modularity than previous battle rifles.

DPMS Hunter ARs

DPMS is one black-rifle manufacturer that has embraced the AR's new role, building variations of the platform with features specifically intended for hunting. DPMS turned to its LR-308 rifle, inspired by the AR-10 and chambered in .308 Win., to provide the basis for its new Panther Hunter series.

Para USA TTR

Maybe it was time for someone to take a look at the AR carbine as a whole, rather than just one aspect of it. Enter the genre-redefining Para USA Tactical Target Rifle (TTR), an AR-pattern rifle chambered for 5.56 NATO that offers shooters an intriguing solution to not only the gas-system issue, but also the folding-stock conundrum.

Rock River Arms PDS Pistol

Rock River Arms shakes up the AR-pistol universe with a model that eliminates the pesky naked buffer tube.

Army Issues Industry Challenge for New Carbine

The U.S. Army issued what may be an unprecedented challenge to the American firearms industry this week: to design and produce a new carbine to potentially supplant the current standard-issue M4.

Colt Match Target M4

Most shooters have a special place in their hearts for a particular brand of model of firearm.

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