Top 10 AR-15 Posts

By Woody published on in Chronicle, Firearms

If you want to know more about buying, shooting, maintaining, and accessorizing the AR-15 and its variants, check out this top 10 most-read list of articles.

2 CMMGM4LE Best Selling AR-15s of 2011
 2 BCM_M4-Carbine-Mod2 Top Five AR-15s—A Definitive List from 2012
.223 Rem vs. 5.56mm Nato AR-15 .223 vs Mil-Spec 5.56mm Chambers
Bushmaster M4A3 Best Selling AR-15s of 2012
 Windham Weaponry AR-15 Mag Well Windham Weaponry—Today’s Best AR-15 or Clone?
Silver carrier group with flutes and extra weight on a light brown background Bolt Carrier Assembly—The Heart of an AR-15
 Jerry Miculek with AK AR-15 vs. AK-74 Video Comparisons with Jerry Miculek
 7 Fulton-Armory-FAR-15-003020-223-Rem-Scope My Most Accurate AR-15s
Mossberg MMR Hunter Hard to Beat a Mossberg AR-15
Cleaning an AR-15 from the breech end Clean Your AR-15 in 20 Minutes

What else about the AR-15 would you like to read more about? Tell us in the comment section.

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Comments (3)

  • Greg Jones

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    I have a H&K MR556A1. Not the cheapest or lightest AR out there (you could buy 4 bushmasters for what it costs). But the accuracy out of the box is amazing. I was shooting dime-sized groups at 200 yards almost immediately. And the short-stroke piston system makes clean up a breeze.

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  • Robert

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    I have an AR15 chambered for 7.62×39 the barrel is a Yankee Hill 16 inch with a 1in 10 twist how accurate is that and what would be a better ratio I am using 123 grain ammo

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  • Thor Odinson

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    How about including AR-10 info for those using calibers of a size adequate for animals larger than groundhogs. I use a .338 Federal for mule deer, elk, bear and intruders.

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