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Customizing The Ruger Precision Rifle

Solid as it is straight from the box, the modular nature of Ruger’s Precision Rifle opens it up to a wide variety of customizations that can increase the functionality of the platform.

Fear and Loading: Ergo Celebrates 20 Years

Ergo, maker of the original Ergo Grip, celebrates its 20th anniversary this month.

Product Preview: SLR Rifleworks Helix 7.5” M-Lok Handguard

With models spanning from 4.25” to 16” long, the Helix Series of free-floating handguards from SLR Rifleworks offers lightweight ruggedness to match virtually any AR-15 build’s needs.

Product Preview: NcStar Mid-Length Triangle M-Lok Handguard

The Mid-Length Triangle M-Lok Handguard, from NcStar, provides shooters with a multitude of accessory mounting options.

Product Preview: Pantheon Arms Prometheus SC

Making use of the Dolos Take-Down System, the Prometheus SC from Pantheon Arms, once installed, enables shooters to switch out barrels and handguards on AR-15-style firearms in seconds.

Product Preview: Magpul MOE SL Handguard

Magpul’s M-LOK rail system has become a favorite option among shooters for attaching accessories such as slings, bipods and lights to hunting- and tactical-style longarms, especially AR/M4-pattern rifles.

Product Preview: UTG PRO Drop-In Handguard

The UTG PRO Drop-In Handguard for carbine-length gas systems utilizes the mil-standard delta ring and A2-style gas block and sight.

NRA Gun Gear of the Week: Magpul MOE SL Handguard

American Rifleman's Joe Kurtenbach takes a closer look at the Magpul MOE SL Handguard.

Tested: Springfield Armory Saint With Free Float Handguard

When Springfield Armory announced its Saint last year, the company promised that the new rifle was just the first model in what was to become a full line of AR-platform products.

Product Preview: Fortis Night Rail

The distinctive-looking Fortis Mfg. Night Rail is a lightweight, easy-to-install, free-floating handguard for AR-15-pattern rifles.

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