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Whether you’re building up new or just not happy with the stock on your AR-15, there are differences you should understand between mil-spec and commercial-spec CAR stocks. Here’s all you need to know about it.
Multi-gun competitions are huge right now, and with big events like the ones in the 3-Gun Nation Pro Series, it’s no small wonder why. Cash prizes will get anybody’s attention, and new shooters are coming out of the woodwork all over the country to enjoy the sport.
Out of the box, the AR-15 is action ready. Whether you are ready to plink, hunt, or defense your castle, a stock out of the box AR-15 will get the job done. However, who wants to settle for a rifle the peaks at getting the job done? Likely, the best money you can spend on your AR is a simple to install, drop-in trigger upgrade. Here are our top 10 choices to improve your accuracy.
With an optic budget topping out at $400 for a red dot sight, the SIG Romeo 7 not only fills the need, it surpasses optics costing hundreds more. The Romeo 7’s 30mm red dot is optimal for most, and the controls are easy to use. Just a few of the benefits include easy sight in, simple to mount, included low-mount option, and, best of all, SIG quality.