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The Differences in a Cast, Forged, and Billet Lower Receiver

The Differences in a Cast, Forged, and Billet Lower Receiver

Guns are complex weapons made up of different components. Each of the components has its own importance and serves a distinct purpose. However, the most significant one of them is undoubtedly the ‘Receiver’, because as per the US
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Enhanced Battery Assist Lever, Still the Best Around

Enhanced Battery Assist Lever, Still the Best Around

So, you own this beautiful AR-15 that proudly sits in your collection of prized possessions. And while those around you admire it and shower you with compliments for investing in the firearm, as they should, you can’t help but think about the
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Which Works Better on My Rifle: Grips or Hand Stops?

Which Works Better on My Rifle: Grips or Hand Stops?

Hollywood action films, as enjoyable as they may be, are often riddled with myths and mistakes regarding how firearms function. Examples include never needing to reload, silencers that turn blasts into “fwip” noises, and next-to-no
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The 6 Best Armorer’s Wrenches For Your Gun Builds

The 6 Best Armorer’s Wrenches For Your Gun Builds

When many people develop an interest in rifles, they tend to envision the most exciting aspects. They dream of the explosion within the chamber, the thunder of the broken sound barrier, and the impact of the bullet on its target. They expect
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Best Weapon Lights for AR-15s

Best Weapon Lights for AR-15s

Success in competitive shooting depends on many factors — taking aim, controlling recoil, reloading quickly. However, even if you handle these aspects with aplomb, you will never emerge victorious unless you keep your eyes on the prize. Thankfully, high-tech accessories can help with all of these issues. AR-15 tactical lights, also known as weapon lights, can help.

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Types of Tactical Slings & Why You Should Use Them

Types of Tactical Slings & Why You Should Use Them

In theory, one does not really need much from a rifle. Its primary purpose is to shoot projectiles. Therefore, the only things you need to own are ammunition and a gun capable of loading and firing said ammunition. However, some people, particularly those involved with law enforcement or competitive shooting, want more. For these folks, and anyone else looking beyond the basic experience, there are countless ways to upgrade your rifle.

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Everything You Should Know About Blast Shields

Everything You Should Know About Blast Shields

When people outside the world of competitive shooting hear the term “blast shield,” their minds almost certainly turn to science fiction. Diehard fans of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope may recall it as the name of the sight-blocking helmet visor that Luke Skywalker uses for his Force training. Others may think of force fields protecting the Enterprise from enemy laser attacks, and similar fantastical scenes.

However, blast shields are more than a made-up gizmo from zippy pulps and space operas. The term also applies to an accessory designed to help shooting professionals deal with the all-too-real physics and effects of firing an AR rifle. It may sound fictional, but it truly can be as good as it sounds. As we will show you in this article, any rifle user, professional or recreational, can benefit from the device actually known as the blast shield.

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Are Hexmag Magazines Right for You?

Are Hexmag Magazines Right for You?

The Hexmag AR Magazines have proven that they deliver reliability and great strength. The Hexmag AR15 magazine is one of the best in the sporting rifle market. It comes with a design pattern that not only maximizes grip but also provides good performance and durability.

Today, Hexmag has created a niche for itself in the rifle industry, with its toughness, durability, and performance. Learn all about this excellent rifle accessory.


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The 7 Best Charging Handles for AR Rifles

The 7 Best Charging Handles for AR Rifles

One of the most essential parts of any AR rifle is the charging handle. The bolt handle, aka charging handle, handles a few different and important functions. Most notably, it enables the rifle user to pull the bolt and ready the hammer — resulting in the rifle being cocked. Along the way, it can load the chamber, eject an empty magazine, and even take care of stoppages.

Choosing the right charging handle for your AR is vital if you plan to use it for hunting or competition. To help you make a great choice, here is our list of the seven best charging handles for AR rifles, in no particular order.

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AR15 Recoil Mitigation Package - How To Eliminate Recoil

AR15 Recoil Mitigation Package - How To Eliminate Recoil

Want less recoil from your AR15? Want tighter shots? Want faster times between shots? There can be lots of reasons why you might want to reduce (or even eliminate) recoil from your favorite AR15. Whatever the reason, reducing felt recoil (or even eliminating it completely) is indeed possible, enjoyable, and has real world implications and benefits. If you want to reduce or eliminate felt recoil use one or all the products in the Recoil Mitigation Package.

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Lightweight AR15 Build - Under 4.5 Pounds Using Billet Receivers & Optic

Lightweight AR15 Build - Under 4.5 Pounds Using Billet Receivers & Optic

Build as lightweight of a rifle as possible using top shelf, high quality products. We have listed each part used in this build that weighs 4 lb 2.97 oz without the empty magazine and 4 lb 7.55 oz with the empty magazine.
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VG6 Precision Epsilon 762 Compensator For AR Style 7.62/.308 Rifles - Stainless Steel Finish

VG6 Precision Epsilon 762 Compensator For AR Style 7.62/.308 Rifles - Stainless Steel Finish

VG6 Precision Epsilon 762 Compensator For AR Style 7.62/.308 Rifles - Stainless Steel Finish. The VG6 Precision Epsilon 762 is a high performance muzzle brake for eliminating recoil. Compatible with most common .30 caliber chambered rifles.
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