Mantis Blackbeard

2022 Accessory Of The Year: Mantis Blackbeard

American Rifleman is pleased to announce the 2022 Accessory Of The Year Award goes to Mantis.

Preview: SnapSafe Safe Accessory Pack

The Safe Accessory Pack from SnapSafe includes everything needed to maximize the utility of a newly acquired gun safe.

First Look: Magpul MOE SL-M Carbine Stock

Magpul introduces a new micro version of its popular SL stock line with the Magpul SL-M AR-15 style collapsing buttstock.

Crimson Trace Lasersaddle: 2020 Accessory of the Year

Given the popularity of non-NFA firearms like the Mossberg Shockwave, it seemed quite clear that the Crimson Trace Lasersaddle was the best accessory of the year for 2020.

Product Preview: Kaw Valley Precision Slim XL Muzzle Brake

The Slim XL from Kaw Valley Precision directs muzzle gases forward and away from the shooter—reducing the perceived report of the firearm at the shooter’s ear.

Product Preview: Bushnell AR Optics Transition 3X Magnifier

Thanks to an included ambidextrous, quick-deploy, Picatinny-compatible mount, the Bushnell AR Optics Transition provides 3X magnification to any red-dot-equipped rifle when needed, but can quickly be flipped out of the line of sight when not.

Product Preview: Primos Trigger Stick Gen3 Tall Tripod

The Primos Trigger Stick line, now in its third generation, includes a full suite of shooting sticks designed to help you connect on that all-important first shot while out in the field

Product Preview: Elftmann Tactical AR-9 Trigger

Developed specifically for use in pistol-caliber carbines chambered in 9 mm Luger and .45 ACP, the Elftmann Tactical AR-9 Trigger is compatible with all mil-spec AR-platform rifles and the SIG Sauer MPX.

Product Preview: Lyman Borecam

This digital borescope, with the assistance of the included monitor, allows shooters to visually inspect their guns’ barrels for rifling and chamber damage and fouling.

Product Preview: Firefield Scarab Rifle Legs

Unorthodox but effective, the Firefield Scarab’s two discrete legs attach to the 3- and 9-o’clock surfaces of a firearm’s handguard to provide a wider, more secure footprint

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