Compatible with most of the many variants of the AK-pattern rifle, the Chaos AK Apollo 11380 is a lightweight fore-end made from 6061 aluminum alloy. Hard anodized with a non-reflective finish, the AK Apollo offers 9" of Picatinny rail along its top surface and KeyMod rail-attachment slots at the 3-, 6- and 9-o’clock positions. Price: $119.95. Contact: Chaos Inc.; (812) 250-4919; chaosus.com.
Product Preview: Chaos Inc. AK Apollo 11380 Fore-end
Clamtainer has simple organizational products that help make life more efficient. Whether you have a gun room that requires an update or are looking to eradicate mice from the ammunition closet, Clamtainer has a solution, and its Rifleman Value Bundle is one such answer.
Not that long ago, sporting goods store shelves contained an adequate selection of 16-ga. shells. The last few years, however, barely a box of any 16-ga. shells can be found anywhere. But that’s of little concern to those with a shotshell-reloading press, such as the MEC 600 Jr., close at hand.
This week on American Rifleman Television, we tour the factory of Hornady Ammunition, test the Smith & Wesson M&P12 bullpup shotgun and examine the history of cane air guns.
Noted artist and American Rifleman contributor Don Troiani will display some of his original artwork at his first-ever major exhibition, which is being hosted by the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia, Pa. The exhibition opened Oct. 16 and runs until Sept. 5, 2022, in the museum’s first-floor Patriots Gallery.