I don’t mind finding coal in my stocking—well coal black actually although flat dark earth magazines are not bad either. Of course finding AR mags in your stocking is like finding batteries. I wonder what the long, narrow box marked “Adult Signature Required” could be for the fourth day of Christmas?
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There are three firearms used for personal defense—the pistol, rifle, and shotgun. The shotgun is sometimes shied away from due to its recoil. The proper technique, leaning into the shotgun and controlling recoil, goes a long way, and so does extensive practice with light recoiling birdshot loads.
Dads come in all varieties, dad, father, papa, pop, the old man—and a host of names that would never be repeated to his face, but Father’s Day is his day, so why not make it special? Long gone are the days of another tie or a few implements for a grill. After all, would you give mom a new frying pan or a girdle for Mother’s Day? Of course not, but Father’s Day is probably the hardest gift giving day of the year, so The Shooter’s Log has made it easy by breaking gifts down into categories. Simply pick the category or categories that describe dad best and roll in strong with a gift you know dad will love and use.
Magpul has been on an aggressive innovation design track for the last couple years with one product after another. One of the coolest products from this year’s lineup was the Magpul X-22 Backpacker Ruger 10/22 Takedown Stock. Magpul took all the great features and ergonomics of its awesome X-22 stock and created a light, packable version specifically for the Ruger 10/22 Takedown stock that allows for compact storage of the barrel and receiver.
The magazine is a part of the rifle, and it’s a moving part. The magazine feeds the daggone thing its rounds so it can fire its bullets. That’s how important the magazine is.
Short-barreled rifles are all about the length—or lack of it—so why would you want the furniture to be longer than it needs to be?
Tired of building ARs? That’s just silly. Let’s start again. Ready to build something besides an AR? Magpul has what you need for your next build whether it is a .223 or a .22 LR. With the introduction of the Hunter X-22, new options will be available for the Ruger 10/22.
Precision stocks allow you to shoot better—by that I mean not only more accurately but also more comfortably and at longer ranges. Being comfortable means less effort to send one on target at long range. Two precision stocks, the Magpul PRS Gen3 and the American Built Arms USS, are good examples of precision stocks purpose-built to hang off your AR’s receiver extension or buffer tube.
Today’s market offers a multitude of options for personal defense. The plethora of aftermarket parts can be overwhelming to even the most gun-savvy individuals and picking the right components can be crucial to your success in building a gun that gives you the performance you are looking for. I am going to try and convey what I have found to work for me regarding the AR-15 platform, as a rifle that is widely deployed in a self-defense role. Let’s start with looking at the basics of platform.
I’ll be the first to admit that I have a slightly irrational love for 20 round AR-15 magazines. I’m not quite
The experts agree: Every basic defensive carbine requires three add-ons to be considered adequate for any task: A sling, a light, and some kind of optic.
At this point, Magpul really needs no introduction. The Texas-based company has long provided the tactical, competitive and civilian markets
Last night, Magpul’s Facebook exploded with likes and comments when they unveiled its newest edition to the best ever PMAG
On the third day of Christmas my true love gave to me, three PMAG GEN 3 magazines with windows! … and
Magpul Industries Corp. has purchased a stand-alone building in western Austin, Texas to relocate its corporate headquarters from Colorado. Executives have