Galil

IWI Galil: Israel's Legendary Fighting Rifle

Factory-fresh Galils in their original configuration are no longer available but, thankfully, the company currently offers three semi-auto models of its Galil Ace chambered in 7.62 NATO. Each are based on the same time-tested long-stroke-piston, rotating bolt gas-operated system of operation.

.223 Rem. vs. 5.56x45 mm NATO: Is It Safe?

I have received a slew of questions—many from first time AR-type rifle buyers—about the .223 Rem. and the 5.56x45 mm NATO cartridges. Can I shoot 5.56x45 mm NATO in my .223 and vice-versa? Are these the same cartridge?

NEW! Ruger Gunsite Scout Rifle .223 Rem./5.56 NATO

Watch video here! Adapted from the .308 platform, the Ruger GSR retains many of the features found in its original chambering.

Ruger Announces the AR-556 Modern Sporting Rifle

The rifle is Ruger's first firearm designed and built in its Mayodan, N.C., facility.

The AR for Home Defense: One Expert's Opinion

We sat down with one of the nation’s elite combat veterans, now a renowned tactical trainer, and asked him to explain why his choice for the best home-defense tool is the “general-purpose rifle,” America’s favorite, the AR platform in .223 Rem.

Editors’ Picks 2017: FN America M249S Para Rifle

FN America’s Military Collector Series just got a little shorter.

Editors’ Picks 2017: IWI Galil ACE GAR1651

IWI brought the Galil family of guns back to the U.S. civilian market in 2015 after a two-decade hiatus, and this year a big brother joins the product lineup.

Ruger Precision Rifle Now in 5.56 NATO/.223 Rem.

Ruger has introduced the Ruger Precision Rifle chambered in 5.56 NATO/.223 Rem., usable with a wide range of readily available ammunition, and broadening the appeal of the already very popular rifle.

Product Preview: Kaiser US KSP X-7 Monarch

Design and engineering go together like feathers in a pillow. For Kaiser US and its KSP X-7 Monarch rifle, chambered for 5.56x45 mm NATO, the sum of its parts equate to a rifle whose stature represents the Eugene Stoner AR design, but with a twist that makes the most of modern polymers, aluminum and steel.

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.

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