Despite being in production for more than four decades, the Ruger Mini-14 still has plenty to offer the modern shooting enthusiast.
When does a rifle based on the Modern Sporting Rifle stop being an MSR and turn into something new and different?
Bushmaster has announced its latest AR-patter rifle—the Minimalist-SD.
While some folks have written off the AR-15 pistol as nothing more than a range toy, others have chosen this semi-automatic pistol platform to serve as a primary or secondary defensive option.
Take advantage of the AR-15's split personality with these quality upper receivers chambered in .22 LR, 300 BLK and .50 Beowulf.
The 300 BLK offers shooters a cartridge that packs in a relatively heavy .30-cal. projectile into a cartridge that is sized to fit into a 5.56 mm-sized AR-pattern rifle (or similarly sized firearm).
Designed to be easily broken down for convenient transport and storage, yet with the capacity to be rapidly reassembled and brought to bear if needed, takedown models of long guns have been produced since the latter part of the 19th century.
When it comes to .223 Rem. semi-automatic rifles, Ruger’s Mini-14 has long been one of the obvious choices.
Stag Arms is now offering its 16-inch AR-15 carbine rifle in 300 AAC BLK / 7.62x35 mm caliber.
Despite being in production for more than four decades, this semi-automatic rifle still has plenty to offer the modern shooting enthusiast.