The expression “all skill is in vain when an angel pees in the touch hole of your musket” reflects the…Read More >
Most Recent Posts
Smoothbore muskets seldom even had a front sight, so the concept of zeroing used to be irrelevant. Military guns of…Read More >
In its 100+ year-long history, the 1911 pistol has been continuously improved and updated. Some changes—like swapping the spur hammer…Read More >
Knowing the actual velocity of your specific ammunition out of your actual firearm can be very useful. With that data,…Read More >
The model designation M&P (Military & Police) predates the current Smith & Wesson autoloaders by 106 years. Originally applied to…Read More >
There’s a reason why 1911s have remained in common use for more than a century. One of the main advantages…Read More >
Add a LaserLyte to your AR-15 and you have the perfect combination for practice and accurate shooting: it reduces costs and increases safety. A definite win-win. Check out the details in this article.
Overall, CMR-30 is a lightweight, nearly recoilless carbine with a large magazine, excellent accuracy and good reliability. It was well liked by everyone who shot it and everyone who handled it plans to buy one or two. And Kel-Tec seems to be on track to producing enough of them to make a difference in the market.
What does the AR-57 have going for it? Quite a lot. With the top-mounted magazine, it ejects spent rounds down through the magwell allowing left- and right-handed shooters to shoot it comfortably. The muzzle rise and recoil are non-existent, the muzzle blast is mild and relatively small and light. You can use 5.7/.22 Mag-rated sound suppressors instead of the larger 5.56 cans. For firing prone or benched, the top-mounted magazine is also more comfortable than even the shortest box magazine protruding from below. Read to learn if this niche rifle is for you.