A .308 battle rifle is a good thing to have. Accurate, powerful, immensely interesting and a well-made rifle, the PTR 91 is among the best of the breed. In this feature, we field test the PTR. Get all the details by reading this post.
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There are many—even within the shooting community—who seem to turn up their noses at the black rifle. The author does not, and he is as traditional as they come. The AR-15 has done more to energize the shooting community with sales of ammunition, magazines and accessories than any other firearm. The fun quotient is high, and the bottom line is they are great rifles. Read this post to find out why the AR-15 is an essential piece of gear to fight for the right to buy and use.
Interested in a black rifle that blows away the competition in looks, caliber and class? PTR was a leader in moving production as a result anti-Second Amendment legislation. Now in its new home of gun-friendly South Carolina, PTR created a commemorative rifle with custom serial numbers to pay back a few favors, but once the word got out, demand has skyrocketed! Read the full story here.
South Carolina’s governor visits the newly opened PTR plant. Our man on the scene finds that the folks at the plant are the real stars of the show.
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The rights of the citizens of CT have been trampled upon. The safety of its children is at best questionably improved from the day of the tragedy that triggered the events that lead us here. Finally, due to an improperly drafted bill, manufacturing of modern sporting rifles in the State of CT has been effectively outlawed. With a heavy heart but a clear mind, we have been forced to decide that our business can no longer survive in Connecticut—the former Constitution state. Although PTR has not decided upon a specific relocation site at this time, over the coming weeks the company will be actively considering offers from states that are friendly to the industry. We hope to have a site identified within the next six weeks, and hope to have our move completed by the end of this year.