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Rock River Arms LAR-15 Elite Comp

The ready-to-go crowd will find much to appreciate in the new LAR-15 Elite Comp from Rock River Arms. To use a term my executive director and publisher disdains, the Elite Comp is "pimped" to the max.

SIG Sauer's Civilian SG550

Like many successful firearm designs, the story of the military-inspired SIG Sauer 556 is fraught with trial and error, and was nearly a century in the making.

Smith & Wesson M&P15

More specifically, why did a company like Smith & Wesson decide to leap into production of the design, putting its oldest brand name on the new rifle and calling it the M&P. That stands for "Military & Police," and embodies a reputation that has been famous and respected worldwide for more than a century.

DPMS Panther Sportical

With the black rifle craze growing faster than a Picatinny rail takes accessories, DPMS has addressed the issue of cost and made it possible for budget-minded shooters to join the fun. The company's Panther Sportical is a carbine-style AR that carries a price tag of just $699.

Stag Arms 2TL

Stag Arms was among the first companies to offer a viable treatment by modifying one of the most popular and versatile semi-automatic rifles of all time for southpaws—the venerable AR-15. The model 2TL is the company's latest offering dedicated to that effort.

FNH-USA FS2000 Standard

Fabrique Nationale, through its U.S. subsidiary FNH-USA, is offering one of the most modern, innovative and frankly atypical applications of the "bullpup" design in its FS2000 rifle—a semi-automatic-only variant of the company's F2000 select-fire rifle.

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.

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.

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