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Qualifying the Best Brass Catcher

Qualifying the Best Brass Catcher

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How to Choose the Best AR Brass Catcher (Step-by-Step Guide)

How to Choose the Best AR Brass Catcher (Step-by-Step Guide)

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  • Some of the Best Accessories for AR 15 Rifles [Plus Some Upgrades]

    December 23 2021 – Kara Schott

    Some of the Best Accessories for AR 15 Rifles [Plus Some Upgrades]

    Looking for some of the best accessories for an AR 15? We have you covered. Trick your favorite sporter out with some of these. 1.Magpul Industries PRS Gen3 stockThe Magpul Industries PRS Gen3 stock is a miracle of modern gunstocks. It features toolless adjusts for length of pull and comb height, enabling quick and precise adjustments to be made on...

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  • A Bullet Shell Catcher and Reloading: Cleaning Brass

    December 10 2021 – Kara Schott

    A Bullet Shell Catcher and Reloading: Cleaning Brass

    Call it what you will, a brass catcher, brass trap, bullet shell catcher, casing catcher - it’s a useful tool, and our Brass Goat is one of the best. But it won’t just keep the area around your bench at the range free and clear of wasted brass, or keep you compliant with brass-catching regulations. It has more value than...

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  • 6 Gun Accessories to Tack onto Your Sporter This Fall

    November 02 2021 – Kara Schott

    6 Gun Accessories to Tack onto Your Sporter This Fall

    More and more hunters are taking up semi-automatic arms in the name of hunting. While the lever gun and the bolt-action rifle have ruled the deer woods uncontested for generations, a new breed of hunter is on the rise. One that accepts sporterized platforms, like the AR-15, into the fold. Granted, sporting rifles make more sense in some scenarios than...

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  • Why Do Some Shooters Complete Their Own AR15 Lower Receiver Blanks?

    October 19 2021 – Kara Schott

    Why Do Some Shooters Complete Their Own AR15 Lower Receiver Blanks?

    Depending on where you live, you might have come across other shooters that have built their own AR 15 platforms or other sporting rifles. Perhaps you’ve even played with the idea yourself. The thing is, there’s a difference between being proficient in shooting sports and being proficient with machining. There’s also a difference between competitive shooting and gunsmithing. Modern sporting...

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