Four AR-15 Lower Receivers Assembled and Range Tested

We examine whether putting more money in a lower makes an AR project better for target shooters, precision marksmen, and hunters. Tested: Anderson Mfg., 17 Design, Brownells, and SilencerCo units.

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With the design and development of the AR-15 in the 1950s and 1960s, Eugene Stoner was able to begin the process of bringing the world a truly modular rifle. Originally offered through the Armalite Company (AR stands for Armalite Rifle), Colt Manufacturing bought the production rights and the U.S. military adopted the rifle. Various companies […]
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