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The Ultimate Hog Gun

With the available options, building your very own hog gun is as fun as the hunt.

Rock River Arms LAR-8 Standard Operator

The LAR-8 incorporates a number of ergonomic improvements on the AR-10, and accepts FN-FAL-pattern magazines.

RRA LAR-15 R3 Competition Rifle

Rock River Arms looked to make a gun specifically for 3-Gun events, which are rapidly growing in popularity. They arrived at the RRA LAR-15 R3 Competition Rifle, which features a new RRA Tro-XL free float handguard, Tro-Top Rail Octagonal, RRA Two Stage Trigger and Hogue Grip.

"Bring Enough Gun" A History of the FBI's Long Arms

The sight of a G-Man with a Thompson is one of the most iconic images of the FBI. But the Bureau has issued its agents many other long guns, ranging from pump-action Remingtons to Rock River M4s.

Federal Fusion MSR .223 Rem.

Looking for a .223 Rem. load that's suitable for hunting deer and feral hogs? Federal's Fusion MSR fits the bill.

So, What's Up With 7.62x39 mm in AR Rifles?

Read more for explanations as to why we are seeing more and more contemporary AR-style rifles chambered for the Soviet M43 cartridge.

Review: Rock River Arms LAR-47 X1

In its LAR-47 line, in which all models are chambered for the intermediate-range 7.62x39 mm round, Rock River Arms now offers four options: CAR A4; Delta Carbine; Tactical Comp; and X-1. The X-1 is reviewed here.

Rifles For Left-Out Lefties

Today’s left-hand options are better than ever, but still far from complete. Got a chip on your left shoulder? Read on.

Big-Bore AR Cartridges

Today’s big-bore AR cartridges up the ante when it comes to bullet diameter and weight—and they can really pound game—all while staying true, in form and function, to the original Stoner platform.

Tested: ATI Milsport 9 mm Carbine

Slim and lightweight 9 mm AR-type carbines have become very popular, largely due to the economy of the round, increased accuracy over a pistol, and the fact that most indoor ranges will welcome the cartridge over the 5.56.

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