JRC Carbine Review

Just Right Carbines JRC Carbine Review

The JRC Carbine is a compact pistol-caliber carbine that breaks down for easy and discreet carry.

First Look: Ruger LC Carbine

A small and lightweight long gun that uses Ruger 5.7 magazines.

Florida Sheriff’s Office Purchases B&T USA APC9 Pro Platforms

The firearms will be used to arm the School Resource Officers of Hillsborough County

This Camp 9 Ain’t Doing So Fine

By engaging in regular maintenance and periodically replacing the Marlin Camp Carbine’s buffer, owners can ensure their firearm functions optimally for decades.

First Look: Anderson Manufacturing A4 Series

The four new complete builds from Anderson range from a large-format pistol to a 20 barreled AR.

First Look: Century Arms BFT47 Rifle

Century Arms introduces its BFT47 rifle, an American-made AK-47-pattern carbine.

New for 2022: Rock River Arms Assurance Carbine

The new Rock River Arms Assurance Carbine features a redesigned, free-float, quad-rail handguard, something many law enforcement and government agencies requested, among other key components that make it a great choice for home defense.

First Look: Magpul MOE SL-M Carbine Stock

Magpul recently announced several new products for 2022, including the new MOE SL-M Carbine Stock Mil-Spec. 

Why Lightweight Carbines Are a Game Changer

Technology and demand are driving a light-rifle trend that shows no signs of slowing down. Purpose-built, flyweight guns are a dream to carry and shoot, but the additional machining, exotic materials and manufacturing methods that can bring something like an AR rifle down to 4.5 pounds make it expensive.

Is the .30 Carbine the Most Overlooked Cartridge of All Time?

The story behind the M1 Carbine is fascinating. And, while this column is about ammunition, it’s impossible to discuss the “carbine cartridge” without some gun history. In 1940, the U.S. Army was looking for a light rifle or carbine.

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