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Tested: Springfield M1A Loaded 6.5 Creedmoor Rifle

Based on the M14, this semi-automatic rifle is known for its robust construction, long-range performance and its 7.62x51 mm NATO chambering.

Tested: CMMG Guard Carbine

Combining the ever-popular AR platform with the iconic .45 ACP cartridge, the Guard, reviewed here, required CMMG to design a completely new operating system that it claims minimizes the carbine’s overall weight and felt recoil.

Tested: POF-USA Revolution Rifle

The Revolution is not simply an adapted AR-10; it is, in fact, closer to an AR-15, sharing many of the same dimensions and parts of the smaller rifle

Tested: Daniel Defense DD5V1

Among the many firms that produce AR-pattern rifles, some merely assemble parts and put their logos on the box, while others actually manufacture the firearms that wear their names.

Tested: Springfield Armory Saint With Free Float Handguard

When Springfield Armory announced its Saint last year, the company promised that the new rifle was just the first model in what was to become a full line of AR-platform products.

Tested: Yankee Hill Machine HRC-200

Yankee Hill Machine Co. (YHM) makes a broad variety of parts and accessories for AR-pattern rifles, however, the 66-year-old machining company from Florence, Mass., is also in the business of producing complete firearms of its own.

Tested: Robar PolymAR-15Ti

Robar Guns, a company usually associated with specialty firearm finishes and plating, recently introduced a lightweight variant of the AR-15.

Tested: CMMG MkW-15 XBE Anvil

When a firearm is as modular as the AR-15, it is only a matter of time before someone pushes the boundaries to chamber it for a cartridge that maximizes its power potential.

Tested: Kriss USA Vector Gen II CRB

A prime example of form following function, the Kriss USA Vector is a pistol-caliber carbine built around its unorthodox, but innovative, operating system.

Tested: Mech Tech Carbine Conversion Unit

Installing without tools onto a full-size M1911 frame (not included), the Mech Tech Carbine Conversion Unit (CCU) legally coverts John Browning’s venerated pistol into a 16¼"-barreled carbine.

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