No need to get crazy, here are five affordable AR-15 rifles that get the job done.
The four pieces of new kit no range bag should do without.
Light, compact, manageable and accurate, the AR-15 for home defense has all comers beat hands down.
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.
With a tough exterior housing, Aimpoint's new ACRO P-1 is as resilient a reflex optic as there is today.
Savage adds another element of accuracy to its 110 Tactical Rifle line with the AccuStock.
Browning’s X-Bolt Pro gives hunters magnum firepower in an attractive, lightweight, go-anywhere package. It might just be Browning’s best turnbolt hunting rifle yet.
Following on the heels of the 5.56 SAINT Pistol's success, Springfield has introduced a .300 BLK model.
The new tack-driving BT-3 from Rock River Arms performs as good as it looks
To troubleshoot an AR gas system, the first step is figuring out if the gas system is to blame.
Designed for match-grade performance, the Calvin Elite for the 10/22 give the rifle a true precision trigger option.
Pitching a massive hunk of lead at a greater velocity than in nearly anything in its class, Wilson Combat's .458 HAM'R Ultimate Hunter puts other large-bore ARs to shame.
These seven takedown rifles will have you prepared to tackle any situation, survival or otherwise.
Most AR rifles utilize a direct impingement gas-operated system to cycle. Understanding it is key to troubleshooting this vital system.
6.5 Creedmoor ballistics are a thing of beauty and make the cartridge more than simply a long-range flyer.
Be it a long-shot at next season's whitetail or something to beat the snot out of the bullseye, we've got the top 6.5 Creedmoor ammunition for any application.