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Brownells AR-15 Catalog #9, Everything You Need for Your AR & More

Brownells AR-15 Catalog #9, filled with more than 2,600 popular products from the Modern Sporting Rifle platform, is now available. (PRWeb October 23, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/10/prweb11261536.htm

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AR-15 Accessories – Zanders Sporting Goods Catalog

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Samson Manufacturing

AR-15 Accessories; HK Accessories; Krinkov Accessories; Sig Accessories; Other Accessories; … 2013 Catalog Download your copy here (PDF) Samson Manufacturing Corp.

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Brownells AR-15 Catalog #9, Everything You Need for Your AR & More

Brownells AR-15 Catalog #9, filled with more than 2,600 popular products from the Modern Sporting Rifle platform, is now available. (PRWeb October 23, 2013) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2013/10/prweb11261536.htm

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AR-15 Accessories – Zanders Sporting Goods Catalog

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0 AR-15 Budget Build

This is s recent build I did without sights and extra accessories I built this for approx 0. This is the lower http://newfrontierarmory.com/catalog/index….


Q&A:

EHSwrestler1 asked Can anyone tell me where you can get a free magazine about AR-15 or M-16?

i am not talkin about magazines to hold rounds in, i want a magazine/book that you can get info and by accessories and stuff out of. i know you can find free gun magazines i was curious if anyone could tell me where i can get some or even better give me a link. if you have other free firearm magizines you can tell me about them but i would really like to get one for my ar-15. id also like one that you can buy accessories out of.
i am not talkin about magazines to hold rounds in, i want a magazine/book that you can get info and by accessories and stuff out of. i know you can find free gun magazines i was curious if anyone could tell me where i can get some or even better give me a link. if you have other free firearm magizines you can tell me about them but i would really like to get one for my ar-15. id also like one that you can buy accessories out of. i know i can find accessories online but i want the acctually magazines. so anyone know any free magz i can find?
i kinda bobbled everything up but anyone know of magazines not websites. if there website i can fill out to get magazines thats cool

And got the following answer:

Try
http://www.bushmaster.com/shopping/request.asp

and request their free catalog.

IDKWHATTOPUT asked Which Colt AR 15 to buy?

I was wanting to buy an AR 15 and decided that I wanted to buy a Colt but with all of their different models I didn’t know which was the best to get. I will mainly be using this for recreational shooting and home defense.

And got the following answer:

If you absolutely must have a Colt I would recommend either LE6940 or LE6940P (piston). http://www.coltsmfg.com/Catalog/ColtRifles/ColtCarbinesI.aspx

That being said I think you should also consider something like the Smith & Wesson M&P15 MOE Mid MAGPUL. http://www.smith-wesson.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/Product4_750001_750051_802555_-1_757785_757784_757784_ProductDisplayErrorView_Y Here are some of the reasons:
1) Mid-length gas system (not offered by Colt) vs. carbine-length gas system. which gives you: Softer recoil impulse which means faster follow-up shots and greater shooter comfort; longer sight radius for more precise shooting with open sights; and longer handguards so you can further extend support hand grip placement for improved weapon control. There are industry standards for mid-length parts and many manufacturers build “middie” guns and accessories.
2) Melonite treated barrel (not offered by colt): Melonite (ferritic nitrocarburizing) is a surface hardening process applied to the exterior and the bore which: Gives the barrel a MUCH greater service life (about 3x that of chrome-lined); Is extremely corrosion resistant; does not change the dimensions of the metal it’s applied to (chrome does). This is very important in the bore.
3) Hard chromed bolt carrier group (I don’t think Colt offers this either): Low friction for less heat; more resistant to carbon fouling and easier to clean; Requires less oil so attracts less grit, dust, etc. I personally would go one step further and replace this with a nickel boron treated assembly which is even better than chrome.

I could go on but just look at the specs. I linked to the tan version but you can get it in black too.
I think this is a much better out-of-the-box value.

I own and shoot both carbine and mid-length config’s and I like middies much better.

Colts are fine but as for them touting their long-standing gov’t contract(s), I have two words for you: “LOWEST BIDDER”

1911notBeretta9 asked What is the most impressive upper to add to an AR-10 or AR-15? Which ones are useless?

Why do you think it’s impressive–options, accuracy, caliber, mechanics (e.g. piston-based)? I’d appreciate a link, too, if you would. Please don’t list accessories like BUIS, optics or rail systems.
If you think one is useless, please explain why.
MJ–I own 2 Bushmaster AR-15s (piston and gas impingement), Armalite AR-10 collapsible, DPMS 7.62 A2 style, Stag 6.8MM and a Sig 556 (that I doubt I’ll alter). So I have both AR platforms to build on.
I’m looking to do something new, not necessarily achieve any particular task. I’m exploring and looking for the wisdom of the community.

And got the following answer:

One flavor of “impressive” can be found in the big bore AR uppers. Like the .50 Beowulf …or the .450 Bushmaster.

http://www.alexanderarms.com/
http://www.bushmaster.com/catalog_xm15_BCWVMS20-45.asp

These are impressive in the way of damage down range. BUT, they are short range guns only cause that big, stubby bullet slows down fast. About 200 yrds or so. Some people think they are useless cause the AR is not so comfortable to carry on a hunt. But if you like plinking like me ๐Ÿ˜‰ one of these would be very impresive. Already, you seem to have a good collection. Alexander Arms also has a 6.5 Grendel which is supposed to be awsome for long range shooting, but I don’t have experience with it.

slayer205 asked can anyone tell me these gun prices?

i would like to know what the gun prices are for a ar-15 .223 (highest and lowest) ak47 (highest and lowest) 9mm handgun Taurus or Beretta and the handgun that shoots 410 shotgun shells and 45 bullets
the judge i think is the 410/45 im talking about

And got the following answer:

you can get an AR-15 for as low as about 800 or as high as about 1300 depending on what make and model. The M-4 style AR’s are about on average a little over a hundred bucks more then the longer equivalent. Certain features cost a little extra like a removable carrying handle, but if you plan on putting on optics you are gonna want that. you can get rear and front sights that flip up and down to make looking through optics easier while still keeping them for a backup. Weaver rails on the hand guard for attaching Accessories like lights, laser, bi pods and grips cost extra. There are better grade barrels. the list is almost endless but for a good one your gonna look at about a thousand bucks and there are many rifles built like an AR-15 that run as much as 2000 dollars but are usually much better quality and more reliable. AK’s are fairly cheap but vary alot because there are so many different styles and varying qualities of them. You can get them for about 300, even lower then that but i would be very skeptical of one that cheap, to about 800 and into the thousands for a modern AK with stocks and hand gaurds built outta the same kind of polymer material the AR’s are with more modern features like collapsible or folding stocks and weaver rails. For the 9mm most of what ive seen are about 500 to 700 for a decent quality 9mm, just a note but when buying a hand gun remember that the heavier the gun is the less recoil there is so i stay away from those tiny handguns. not sure what kinda handgun your reffering to on the last part but heres a couple,
http://www.ableammo.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=82978
http://www.galleryofguns.com/genie/default.aspx?item=2%2D441039T

master of airsoft asked what is a good cheap airsoft brand for beginners?

I’m just starting out airsoft and I want to know what a good beginners brand is if I’m on a budget.

And got the following answer:

Every airsoft player I know has at least one quality springer pistol & shotgun / rifle, my recommendations are the KWC P226 pistol, any UTG shotgun or the UHC MP5SD3 – with regular maintenance all these products can last quite a while.

Sig Sauer P226
http://www.airsoftatlanta.com/spring.htm
$14

UTG 870 CQB Retractable Airsoft Shotgun
http://www.airsplat.com/Items/AR-SOFT-M87SOS.htm
$34

UHC MP5 SD3 Spring Rifle Airsoft Gun
http://www.airsplat.com/Items/AR-UA-312.htm
$35

With the P226, either the shotgun/MP5, holster, face mask you are in any springer war game (which makes you think more tactfully BTW since you are forced to conserve shots) for under $100

A good budget upgrade to the springer pistol are Co2 types, namely the Crosman AirMag C11 or the TSD Tactical 1911 / M9 series (they are based on the same Taiwan OEM) and share the same 15 round magazine, and Co2 is not as affected by temperature as Green Gas. They also require far less maintenance than green gas blowback types.

Crosman AirMag C11
http://www.pyramydair.com/p/crosman-c11-airsoft-gun.shtml
$35

TSD Tactical 1911 Co2
http://www.airsplat.com/Items/GP-304BH-1911.htm
http://www.pyramydair.com/cgi-bin/model.pl?model_id=1129
$40

TSD Tactical M92
http://www.airsplat.com/Items/GP-302SH-M9S.htm (silver)
http://www.airsplat.com/Items/GP-302BH-M9.htm (black)
$40

They all use the same mag, cheap at your local walmart

Crosman AirMag C11 mag 2-pack
http://www.walmart.com/catalog/product.do?product_id=9222891
$10 ($5 each!)

I also noticed the 25 pack of Co2 is around $12 at walmart, killer deal.

The only maintenance requirement is, to keep the barrel and Co2 inlet clean, and use this:

Crosman Pellgunoil
http://www.pyramydair.com/cgi-bin/accessory.pl?accessory_id=222
$3

It is exactly the same as 30w non-detergent motor oil, and just put a drop on each Co2 inlet it will keep the Co2 seals brand-new. A lot of airsoft vets make the mistake of using the lightweight 1.5w silicone airsoft lube, it is much too thin and will actually cause leaks, so these type of guns get a bad rep, when in reality the only downside is the lack of hop-up. My C11 has seen a *lot* of abuse and it’s still firing like new. I choose it over my GBBs because of it’s reliability, skinny mags, and low cost (if I lose it, I won’t loose sleep – but if I lose my TM Samurai Edge in the field, I will be in tears ๐Ÿ™‚

When you are ready entry-level AEG, I recommend one of these – have out of box reliability and with regular maintenance should last a good while

JG MP5SD6 [JG067]
http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?cPath=139_24_166&products_id=1999
http://www.hitguns.com/JG-MP5-SD6-Metal-Mechbox-Airsoft-Electric-Gun-SMG-p/jg-mp5-sd6.htm
$90

CYMA CM031 AK-74 Ver. 2
http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?cPath=139_24_206&products_id=2881
$90

JG G36C
http://www.airsoftgi.com/product_info.php?cPath=139_24_166&products_id=2109
http://www.hitguns.com/JG-G36C-Version-3-Metal-Gear-Box-Airsoft-Electric-p/jg-g36c.htm
$115

Really any of the entry level JG or CYMA CM028 (or later/higher) model will serve you well it’s a matter of preference and budget allotment.

The Well brand would be my next choice, they have decent products such as the R7 M4 and the R4 MP7 but they sometimes need some maintenance / mods such as changing out the O-ring and perhaps reshimming the mechbox within the 40~50k shot count.

BE (Both Elephant) also makes some decent low-end MPEGs but they have horrible QA and almost requires you to crack it open very early on to do similar mechbox maintenance, things I don’t recommend to a first-time AEG owner – then the weapons fail and they end up getting a bad reputation.

Check out the source links, great info there.

cheers

Perseus Rumlord asked Best .22LR chambered rifle?

I’m not looking for show guns, bolt actions, fancy pieces of crap that break or silly 5 round magazine kalifornia rifles.

I’m looking to get a good all around rugged rifle that can take a beating, has a high magazine capacity, fires semi or auto (I’ve never heard of a .22 LR automatic rifle) has multiple accessory options and a good consumer base.

Conversion kits for rifles that normally shoot other calibers are also of interest (For example the AR-15 conversion kit)

And got the following answer:

Like all the answers on this page, the Ruger 10/22 is your best bet. Its not too expensive, has plenty of add ons, and is a great rifle.

Here is a “ranch rifle” style 10/22, only $199.99 w/o tax.
http://www.impactguns.com/store/736676011032.html

If your looking for something more “tactical,” here are a couple options.

Probably the best “tactical choice” the SR-22, which is basically a 10/22 with a different stock
http://www.impactguns.com/store/736676012268.html

Then, here is basically a black 10/22 with a red dot scope.
http://www.impactguns.com/store/736676011872.html

Here is one thats more a base for upgrading into a “tactical” 10/22 sniper.
http://www.impactguns.com/store/736676012619.html

A good stock to go on it would be the Blackhawk Axiom stock.
http://www.blackhawk.com/product/Axiom-RF-Ruger-1022-Rifle-Stock,1371,166.htm

You would probably want to replace the scope base on it because it has a rep. for coming off. A good choice would be Weaver.
http://www.weaveroptics.com/default.aspx

Here is a good choice for normal capacity mags.
http://www.cabelas.com/product/Shooting/Firearm-Components/1022-Accessories%7C/pc/104792580/c/104717880/sc/104815080/Steel-Lips174-High-Capacity-Magazines/708507.uts?destination=/catalog/browse.cmd%3FN%3D1102328%26WTz_l%3DSBC;BRprd707864

And here is a good magazine release.
http://www.cabelas.com/catalog/product.jsp?productId=742218&destination=/catalog/product.jsp%3FproductId%3D707864%26type%3Dproduct

A barrel upgrade would improve it further.
http://www.cabelas.com/product/Shooting/Firearm-Components/1022-Accessories%7C/pc/104792580/c/104717880/sc/104815080/Tactical-Solutions-1022-Barrels/741608.uts?destination=/catalog/browse.cmd%3FN%3D1102328%26WTz_l%3DSBC;BRprd707864&WTz_l=SBC;BRprd707864;cat104815080

Here is another great stock for “Run and Guns”
http://www.impactguns.com/store/736676012190.html

Here is a suppressor, if its legal in your area
Link in source, #1

And here is an upgraded hammer and sear.
Link in source, #2

There are plenty of other accessories for the Ruger 10/22, this is just a sample. Hope you find your gun.

Safe gunning

Tex asked Can someone help me find the rifle I’m looking for?

Basically I’m wanting a semi auto “tactical” rifle (something that just wreaks badass) that is different looking from the typical ones you see commonly (AK’s, AR’s, Mini’s, M1A’s, ect) that is in either 5.56 or 5.45.

I have about $1100 saved up so far and still saving so any suggestions?

Only thing I have seen is the Sig Sauer carbines and really like the folding stock option (but they are a little too high and really dont want to pay that much). Here it is:
http://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/product_info.php/cPath/397/products_id/77861/Rifles/Sigarms+Rifles/Sig%20Sauer%20R551A1F16BCR%20551-A1%20Semi-Automatic%20223%20Remington/5/
(Is there a model though that has the folding stock+quad/accessory rail that someone has in-stock?)
august, note that I used “”tactical”” Ya, it is overused but it is the current “style” in the firearms community and it is just what I want, not everyone wants a beautiful rifle to show off and have fun with (and some of us like the tacticool look).
oh we got a HALARIOUS sh!thead on our hands.
1. Your talking to a guy that goes to a SMALL Hick High (only 87 of us) so the term “mall ninja” is about the most off target term you could pin on me (ya i’m a high-schooler, big deal).
2. ya, I got an airsoft CO2 pistol that I keep in the truck to pop my buddies in the parking lot when I drive up. If you want to give me hell for it, go for it, I’m not the only one
3. I’m not the biggest fan of the tactical look either, but i am just obsessed with the functionality of it (especially when you are into what around here is know as “Gunnering”, similar to 3 gun but on steroids and anything goes, that’s why want a rifle like this also)

And got the following answer:

By tactical rifle I take it you mean functional under adverse/multiple engagement conditions.

Other than the Sig you mentioned, the next closest to your price range is the Bushmaster ACR, which is widely regarded as crap. But you can pick one up for $1200 at some gun shows. Otherwise you are looking closer to $1800 from store.

Another option is possibly the Rock River Piston, which has a side folding stock and ambidextrous side charging handle (see link below). But again, $1800. It is AR-15 based perhaps but looks reasonably different.

If you are cool with the AR-15 based idea but with a side folding stock, you can check out the LR300 from ZM weapons (second link). But it runs $1700 and needs your lower and lower parts kit, which will cost you about $150 plus shipping and FFL transfer if you build it yourself (easy to do, no tools needed).

Otherwise you are going to be well into the $2200+ area budget wise for a non AK, non AR-15 tactical rifle.

There are some really out there looking billet AR-15 uppers and lowers, including side charging handles etc. With a rare rail and a custom finish you can make an AR look a lot different. For your budget you may want to consider building your own. If that interests you check out mega-arms on rainier’s website for a cool paired upper and lower, both unique.

Loki also make uniqe AR-15 based rifles, see the link below (scroll down to pics, the first pic is not it) and they run from $1200 up.

Or if you have 2k for a totally badass AR-15, try rhino arms.

Finally, if you have 1000 hours to kill, you can find your own custom billet making manufacturer by going through the list of all makers on gunquester.

Edit: The kel tec mentioned below is badass and a decent price but it only comes in 7.62, though they are talking about making a 5.56 version