The AP4 LR-308 look like its little brother, the M4 carbine. But looks can be deceiving.
A scaled-up AR-15 to accommodate larger calibers.
Bridging the gap between sporting and tactical.
Three-gun is one of the most addictive competitive shooting sports, and requires quality equipment.
The 2009 Tri-Gun Challenge sponsored by DPMS and Brownells is a 3-gun competition dedicated to marksmanship with multiple firearms.
DPMS has introduced a .22 LR upper receiver that attaches to a standard AR lower for low-cost training, plinking and hunting.
The name A-15 refers to DPMS' .223/5.56 caliber, gas-driven rifles. But within that family you can find a number of different models and configurations—including the latest Gun of the Week, the DPMS A-15 Tactical Precision Rifle (TPR).
There's a good reason the number of pink AR-15s is increasing at your local range, including DPMS' effort to raise money to fight breast cancer.
Leading the charge to a new, trimmer generation of .308-Win.-chambered rifles, the new DPMS GII series rifles pack serious punch and are only marginally heavier and larger than standard ARs.
The editors of American Rifleman have announced this year's recipients of the magazine's most prestigious award.