Posts Tagged ‘AR-15 Rifles’
Daniel Defense makes some of the most accurate and reliable ARs on the market. Naturally, that breeds a loyal customer base and means something as simple as new color options is still news worthy. Recently. Daniel Defense not only announced three new colors, it is also adding two new finish options. Here is the full release from Daniel Defense.
AR enthusiasts have been asking for it, and FN has answered with models touted to “outperform our customers’ expectations in terms of fit and finish as well as accuracy.”
Did you make a New Year’s resolution to expand your personal arsenal this year? Well, you won’t have to wait long to fulfill that resolution, Springfield Armory has several new options you can get your hands on. Here is Springfield Armory’s release regarding six of its new-for-2017 products.
“The world’s only” is a pretty big claim, but who cares? That is just marketing hype to most. However, the claim of a “no lube rifle” is something you simply have to see to believe. So, when Steve O’Bryan posted a comment on one The Shooter’s Log‘s stories, we were so blown away that we had to give it its proper due and share it here with you (along with a little marketing copy). Here is the full release from Anderson Manufacturing.
While waiting for the Senate to take up four gun control measures, The Shooter’s Log must sadly report another loss for the Second Amendment. Today, June 20, 2016, the Supreme Court declined
Designed as the first rifle built specifically for MARSEC (Maritime Security) operations, the BR4 Trident is ready to defend against the elements, Somalia pirates or any other enemy that dares to cross its path.
Diamondback burst on the scene and upturned the applecart by producing pistol with all of the functionality and none of the frills. The DB380 and DB reset the bar for micro pistols. With the introduction of the DB15, Diamondback proved there is one rifle that will fill all your needs—at a very affordable price. Hunting, tactical applications, recreational shooting, and competition—Diamondback DB15 Rifle Series.
The Mossberg MVP is a light rifle with a fluted barrel, flat-bottom forend, smooth bolt action and generous magazine capacity. It’s designed as a sporting rifle for popping varmints, crows, predators and other types of small game. It’s related to the Mossberg Patrol rifle, a similar bolt action designed for law enforcement. The MVP isn’t supplied with iron sights, having instead a Weaver-type rail for mounting an optic.
When considering a firearm for home defense there are three choices, the handgun, rifle, and shotgun. There are many arguments for either, and the choice must fit your lifestyle.
For some of us the watchword is ‘sometimes you need a .308.’ The .223/5.56mm platform is a wonderful close-quarters combat
As 2015 comes to a close, The Shooter’s Log and Cheaper Than Dirt! would like to wish our readers, customers, and gun owners everywhere a safe and happy holiday season.
Recent events both at home and abroad have many Americans rethinking their everyday carry handgun choices. There’s an excellent chance
Multi-gun competitions are huge right now, and with big events like the ones in the 3-Gun Nation Pro Series,
It’s far too easy to get caught up in AR-15 brand loyalty wars, often with a diminishing rate of return
If you can’t afford the latest and greatest AR-15 parts and gear, the market has provided solutions for everybody’s pocketbook.
I have been shooting the AR-15 platform for many years now and have experienced my fair share of magazine-induced failures.
We took our 14.5-inch BCM M4 carbine upper to the Best of the West shooting range in Liberty Hill, Texas,