The Army has concluded the Improved Carbine Competition (ICC) without having selected a winner. Reason: the Fabrique National FNAC, Heckler & Koch’s HK416A5, a modified Remington ACR, Adcor Defense’s B.E.A.R. Elite, the Beretta ARX-160, and the Colt Enhanced M4 couldn’t pass the Army’s Phase II standards for accuracy, reliability, and durability. Huh?
Most Recent Posts
Whether or not you could be considered an AR aficionado, Windham Weaponry would not likely be the first manufacturer that…Read More >
Claiming a definitive list to AR enthusiasts is tantamount to using a .25 caliber to clear your sinus. Read on and add your two cents.
Close quarters combat, or close quarters battle is an especially dangerous type of combat where small units engage enemies with…Read More >
Pump shotguns are a great way to protect your home. While an AR-15 is arguably the most outstanding home defense…Read More >
The result of over two years of work and testing is the Special Operations Combat Diver Grip® M4 (SOCD M4)…Read More >
I have a B.S.—Bachelor of Science, not the other B.S., though my father might argue that one—in Radio-Television-Film, so I’m…Read More >
The shotgun is one of the most effective and deadly weapons on the battlefield. In one trigger pull, a shooter can…Read More >