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Review: POF-USA Minuteman Pistol

Named after the quick-response militia that confronted British troops in the American struggle for independence, the POF-USA Minuteman pistol is designed for defensive use.

Pint-Size Pair: Springfield Armory's Saint Edge PDW & EVAC

Springfield Armory was quick to jump on the AR pistol craze back in 2017, but its two new Saint Edge models—the PDW and the EVAC—take portable firepower in whole new directions.

Modern AR-180: The Brownells BRN-180 System

Fans of piston-driven ARs now have a new option in the BRN-180 system, a modernized recreation of the unique AR-180 as developed by Eugene Stoner.

Review: RISE Armament Watchman

RISE Manufacturing emerged with a solid reputation in the aerospace, gas and defense industries, and it continues to build its reputation with launches like the Watchman AR-15.

CMMG: Innovators in the AR World

While most gunmakers are loath to produce them, the innovators at CMMG are proving that there’s profit to be had in non-NATO ARs.

Tested: Springfield Saint Victor .308 Rifle

Springfield’s latest AR, the Saint Victor .308, is a heavy-hitter, but weighs just 7 lbs., 12 ozs., making it “enough gun” in a handy, surprisingly affordable, package.

Editors’ Picks 2019: Barrett REC10

Barrett’s REC10 direct-impingement, semi-automatic rifle chambered in .308 Win. has been spoken of in hushed tones for a couple of years, but the platform which has already been accepted by the U.S. military as a medium-caliber, long-range rifle is officially here, and available for commercial sale.

Behind Enemy Lines With The CAR-15 Rifle

During the Vietnam War, Special Forces soldiers of the Studies and Observation Group fought a secret war behind enemy lines with the CAR-15— or XM177E2—the granddaddy of today’s M4 carbine.

Bill Hicks & Co. Partners With LWRCI on Exclusive LWRCI IC DI Flat Dark Red Rifle

Bill Hicks & Co., Ltd. has partnered with LWRCI to offer firearms dealers the industry's first Direct Impingement rifle with a Flat Dark Red Cerakote finish.

The Keefe Report: Ruger’s Multi-Purpose Rifle

The new Ruger MPR stands for Multi-Purpose Rifle is based on the firm’s AR-556.

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