If you want to compete in the Heavy Metal Division of 3-Gun, you’ll need an AR-10. Here are the basics.
Equipping your custom AR-15 .300 Blackout with night vision, you can shop for all the pork you could possibly want.
The Mk12 Mod 0 is a heavily customized AR-15 for mid-range sniper use. Here’s how to build your own.
When you really need a short, handy AR-15, nothing beats an SBR truck gun.
Informal tests might suggest an AR's gas system is to blame for a carbine's issues, but there are false positives that can muck up troubleshooting efforts.
To troubleshoot an AR gas system, the first step is figuring out if the gas system is to blame.
Learn from the misfortunes of others to avoid making these gunsmithing mistakes when repairing or maintaining your own firearms.
If you do your own gunsmithing long enough, you will run into screws that refuse to budge. From simple to extreme, try these five techniques to get the job done.
Should you take apart your suppressor to clean it? The answer is yes/always for some and no/never for others. Knowing the answer for your suppressor can save you time, money and aggravation.
Block bedding is a very effective way to accurize the newer factory synthetic stocks that have internally structured compartments in the forend and around the action area.
If you make a mistake mounting your new suppressor, you may not get a second chance. Putting the right one on correctly, and putting the right one on the compatible rifle, will avoid a busted suppressor, perhaps a broken rifle, and maybe even injuries to you or bystanders.
If you’re looking to enhance the performance and accuracy of your stock AR, upgrade that trigger first.
While a box stock Glock will run like a champ right out of the box, these four upgrades will make yours even more accurate and shootable.
Using Brownells parts, we show you how to extend the range of your muzzleloader with open sights.
One of the more overlooked components of the AR, properly functioning springs are vital to the platform’s performance.
Given the ease of modification, there's no reason you should be satisfied with a stock AR. Here’s a quick look at how to make your rifle race ready.