Sometimes you just need meat and potatoes. The AR15 market is so crowded right now; everything from basic entry level rifles all the way up to multi-thousand dollar high-end near custom guns. It’s quite similar to the 1911 market, to…
This was a really great set-up for knocking around the backcountry of Wyoming looking for prairie dogs and jackrabbits to shoot. The short, 16 inch carbine was perfect for on the vehicle, easily accurate for shots on dogs at 200 yards, and with the scope dialed up to 9x you could actually see prairie dogs out to 400 yards…although hitting them at that distance was a little tough.
Let’s face it, this gun is not practical, it’s not really reliable…and none of that matters at all. It’s fun. As it turns out, fun is important!
The next 90 Second Gun Review is up, today we’re reviewing the Colt Sporting Rifle, one of my favorite ARs ever. For the record, if you buy an entry level AR and it’s not this rifle, you’re wrong.
This is new manufactured ammo produced by Silver Bear, in zinc-coated steel cases. It features a 62 grain FMJ bullet. Photo by GunUp the Magazine. What do you think, would you shoot this through your rifle, or are you anti-steel cased ammo?