This new Diamondback DB15 handgun is a good example of a well-balanced, reliable, contemporary large-format pistol.
The American Gunsmithing Institute has developed a DVD course teaching how to work on and customize the AR-15 rifle.
The AR platform is easily the most popular rifle in the United States, and has been for years. While many offerings vary only cosmetically, a few companies have introduced designs with functional improvements on the nearly 60-year-old system.
The Mako Group's FAB Defense brought its new magazine-carrying collapsible rifle buttstock to SHOT Show 2013, with a new innovation or two.
FAB Defense is offering a free 5.56/.223 magazine with the world’s first collapsible AR-15 buttstock with a built-in magazine well.
DPMS has introduced a .22 LR upper receiver that attaches to a standard AR lower for low-cost training, plinking and hunting.
Stag Arms is once again offering its Second Amendment receivers for those wanting to display their beliefs.
This new company brings old school expertise, commitment and quality to the modern sporting rifle market.
In honor of the 125th anniversary of American Rifleman, the following is an excerpt from the July, 1959 issue: The Armalite AR-15 Rifle.
The Nordic NC22 provides inexpensive training time with the AR platform.