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Review: Rock River R9 Competition BT-9G

Colt kicked off the 9 mm Luger-chambered AR-15/M16 market when it introduced the Colt SMG in 1982.

Review: Desert Tech MDR

Within the bullpup world, the MDR from Desert Tech has been a long time coming. But now, the company has guns to ship, and we examined one here.

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: TNW Aero Survival Rifle

Introduced in 2012, TNW Firearms’ Aero Survival Rifle (ASR) was originally designed as an emergency survival tool for pilots forced to land in wilderness areas.

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.

Tested: Brownells BRN-10A Rifle

Few firearm designs of the 20th century were as influential as the AR-10. Designed by the late Eugene Stoner in the mid-1950s, this 7.62x51 mm battle rifle helped spawn the entire AR series—arguably the most successful, and certainly the most prolifically imitated, long gun of the modern era.

Tested: Stag Model 10SL Rifle

Stag Arms of New Britain, Conn., opened shop as a maker of AR-15-type rifles back in 2003—specializing particularly in left-side-ejecting models in order to better accommodate the left-handed segment of the gun community—but it wasn’t until 2017 that the company took its first crack at the larger AR-10-style platform.

Tested: Hi-Point 1095TS Edge Carbine

Hi-Point Firearms has been manufacturing some of the least expensive semi-automatic pistol-caliber carbines on the market for more than 20 years.

Tested: The Modern Savage Rifle

For more than a century, Savage Arms has kept its customers shooting with a variety of traditional sporting arms. Now it has an updated logo and a new series of MSRs—in this case, Modern Savage Rifles—based on the AR-pattern semi-automatic design.

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