Readers of the Shooter’s Log were asked and were not exactly shy about calling out their favorite AR-15s of 2015. Did your favorite make the list?
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ArmaLite introduced two new models of AR-15s at SHOT Show 2015. Now in full production, the M-15 3-Gun rifles are taking competition shooters to the winners circle. Find out how these two right-out-of-the-box straight shooters are winning championships in this post.
Cheaper Than Dirt sells more than just guns, ammunition, and AR-15 parts, but the outdoor retailer sells an entire range of hunting and outdoor sporting goods equipment. In this week’s Shooter’s Log Chronicle spotlight, readers get a glimpse of everything Cheaper Than Dirt offers, such as a medical pack designed for search and rescue, a .22 Long Rifle conversion kit for the SIG P938, a suppressor-ready .22 Long Rifle semiautomatic rifle from Savage, and in honor of National Preparedness Month—four of the ultimate survival knives.
2014 SHOT Show new rifle introductions made at the show. Browning, SIG Sauer and ArmaLite top this list.
There is a reason why the AR-15 is the best selling rifle in the United States. For its versatility, flexibility, modular design, and ease of use, everyone from beginners to expert shooters love the AR-15—the modern sporting rifle. The love for the AR-15 derives from how easily it is to customize and change. It goes from self-defense to competition to hunting to plinking with a few minor adjustments and accessories. Accessories and add-ons are widely available. Created by ArmaLite Chief Engineer Eugene Stoner the semi-automatic AR-15 uses either a direct gas impingement or gas piston system to operate. Originally chambered for the .223 Remington/5.56 NATO round, now you can find AR platforms in a variety of calibers such as .22 Long Rifle, .300 Blackout, 6.8 SPC, and .450 Bushmaster.
To a whole lot of shooters, ammo is ammo—if it fits, it shoots. These shooters tend to be the guys with seriously tired, worn, or even busted firearms.
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