Semi-automatic rifle and .223 Remington don’t always mean AR-15. The Ruger Ranch rifle, some AKs, and a few KelTec rifles…Read More >
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For those not familiar with the original Galil line, it was developed in the 1960s and has continued refinement to current times. The rifle and has been tuned and tweaked over the years by IWI into what many say is the pinnacle of AK perfection. All the features and accuracy of military M16/AR platforms, but with AK reliability and power—indeed the perfect AK. Read the full review.
While waiting for the Senate to take up four gun control measures, The Shooter’s Log must sadly report another loss for the Second Amendment. Today, June 20, 2016, the Supreme Court declined Monday to take up a constitutional challenge to a Connecticut gun law passed in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. The bans affects both semi-automatic firearms and magazines.
Steyr Arms announced that a second limited distribution of White AUG A3 M1 rifles have begun shipping to dealers and distributors. The first run of White AUGs sold out in March. Click to read more:
Southpaw shooters do not have many options when looking to buy a factory AR-15. Stag Arms does their best accommodating left-handed shooters with its model 2L. Guest blogger, Eve Flanigan has ran the 2L for years in various conditions and despite a few flaws, agrees it is worth buying. Here is why…
After seven years in development, Savage is proud to introduce the first modern reliable semiautomatic rifle chambered for .17 HMR. How did they do it? Watch this video to learn how. The new A17 semi-auto rifle from Savage Arms is chambered for the 17 HMR cartridge. MSRP is $465. The A17, Stock Number 47001, has a delayed-blowback action, hard chrome bolt, case-hardened receiver, and 10-round detachable rotary magazine.
The news broke the night before the 144th NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits held in Nashville—FN is releasing a semiautomatic model of the iconic belt-fed SAW rifle. Displayed behind a glass case at the FNH booth—there it was, in all its glory. You might not be able to find a reason for owning one, but that doesn’t make it any less cool. Check out the FN M249S here.
The Loaded M1A sports the appearance and tradition of the Standard M1A, but adds the performance upgrades that makes it a star at the range. Read this article learn about this 2015 offering from Springfield Armory.
If your mission requirements call for a compact tactical rifle, but won’t let you sacrifice power, check out Springfield Armory’s SOCOM 16.
One of the most important jobs of the Shooter’s Log writing team is to produce honest reviews on products—especially gun reviews. Purchasing a firearm is a big decision—regardless of it being your first gun or twentieth gun. Guns are not cheap and you do not want to be stuck buying the wrong one. That is why we take our job so seriously—to help guide you in buying the best self-defense tool you can buy. The top five most read product reviews of 2014 on The Shooter’s Log are of firearms, four of them are concealed carry handguns, while the top most read gun review is of the Beretta ARX 100 modern sporting rifle.