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Federal Adds Fusion MSR 300 Blackout

Federal Ammunition has announced a new 150-gr. 300 Blackout load designed for deer hunters in its Fusion MSR lineup.

Building an Exotic Compact 9 mm AR-15 Pistol

With the right components it’s possible to shrink AR pistols down to a much more manageable size.

Building a Budget AR-15 at Home

Is it possible to build a reliable AR-15 for under $500? Keep reading to find out how this bargain priced do-it-yourself rifle from Palmetto State Armory performed.

Lancer Systems Adaptive Magwell

An enlarged and flared magazine port on an AR-style rifle makes magazine changes easier and faster to accomplish by providing both a larger opening and internal side ramps that help guide the magazine up into the well.

Ruger AR-556

Ruger's new rifle steps into the budget-friendly AR-15 market with many of the features buyers expect and a few touches of their own.

Building a Custom AR-15 at Home

What does it really take to build an AR-15 from scratch—and is it worth it? Here is what the author learned as he tackled the job for the very first time.

Gallery: Custom-Build AR-15 Components

Building an AR-15 at home can be a fun and rewarding hobby. Thanks to the popularity of this modular rifle platform, there are literally hundreds of components to choose from ranging from inexpensive mil-spec parts to exotic custom features. Here is a look at the components gun writer B. Gil Horman chose for his first custom target AR-15 rifle build.

Shooting Ruger's AR556

The first firearm designed and built in Ruger's Mayodan, N.C., plant, the AR556 is a step in a new direction for the firm's AR-15-inspired carbines.

The Making of Daniel Defense

Through a series of events and inventions, Daniel Defense’s AR modifications have evolved into a catalog of premium rifles, and what was once a hobby is now one of the fastest-growing companies in the firearm industry.

Lock, Stock & Barrel: Caldwell AR-15 Mag Charger

It doesn't take long to empty a 30-round AR-15 magazine; reloading them, well, that's a different story—until now, that is. Check out this handy device from Caldwell.

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