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Reach Out Further with Defender Precision Rifle Course

Have you wanted to get into Long Range shooting or precision hunting, but didn’t know where to start? Well, now you can learn the basics and really improve your long distance precision with the Defender Precision Rifle Course. For this course, the Defender Training Academy partnered with Geordie Richardson, a 10-year competitive long range shooter […]

Ruger to Chamber The Precision Rifle in 5.56mm NATO

Ruger officially announced another caliber for their very popular Precision Rifle line. The newest kid on the block will boast the intermediate 5.56mm NATO cartridge. Ruger already produces their rifle in .308 Winchester, 6.5 Creedmoor and the new hot caliber, the 6mm Creedmoor (that’s not a typo). Share List

Taylors & Co. Releases 1892 Huntsman Carbine

Taylor’s and Company, long time purveyors of reproductions of traditional firearms, has added a new lever action rifle to their line-up. Taylor’s and Co. are well known for their solid craftsmanship and authentic designs, and are a favorite of many Cowboy Action shooters. Now, they are expanding their popular lever-action rifle series with the new […]

Switching Calibers in the AR-15

The AR-15 is the Lego of the firearm world. In its original 20″ barrel configuration, the AR-15 was a handy tool for target shooting, predator hunting, small game, and plinking. Shortening the barrel to 16″ created a carbine version that made it more user friendly in tight spaces and reduced weight without sacrificing too much […]

Installing the POF Drop-In Trigger: A Step-by-Step Guide

AR-15s and AR-10s are accurate rifles right out of the box, but many shooters struggle to get the most accuracy because the heavy mil-spec trigger pull using standard grade parts. Normal trigger pull weight is in specification all the way to 8.5 pounds. They can also be rough and vary in pull during the operation. […]

The Truth About a Court Decision ‘Banning’ AR-15s

You might have read some articles or seen headlines about a court upholding a ban on “assault rifles,” including the AR-15. Independent Program Attorneys at the law firm of Walker & Byington, PLLC have received many questions from Members concerned that this ruling has made the AR-15 (and similar semi-automatic firearms) illegal “assault weapons” everywhere in the country. Is […]

Remington Recalls Rifles with XMP Triggers

It seems like firearm news is usually filled with Remington recalls, and today is no different. Following a recent report on the CBS show 60 Minutes, Remington has reissued the full recall of many Remington 700 and Model Seven rifles featuring the X-Mark Pro trigger. Because the affected trigger can result in unintended discharges, this […]

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There’s Never Been a Better Time to Upgrade Your AR

In case you haven’t been paying attention the past couple months, the prices for modern sporting rifles, especially ARs, has plummeted. Gun companies that were preparing for the seemingly inevitable Hillary presidency are now releasing thousands of stockpiled rifles to the market, and prices have dropped to reflect the supply. But the rifles aren’t the […]

Patrick Kelley Shows Off Savage MSR 15 Recon

Our friend Patrick Kelly recently announced that he has officially joined Team Savage and lent his professional recommendations on the fine-tuning of Savage’s new MSR line of rifles. Patrick took one of the MSR-15 rifles, the .223 Remington Recon model, out to the range to see how it shoots. You can watch his first impressions […]