Lapping an AR15 upper receiver ensures that the barrel is true to the upper receiver by providing a perfectly perpendicular surface for the barrel extension. This task is easily accomplished with a few simple tools and a handheld drill.
For this project, Brownells supplied us with the following:
We were fortunate enough to get some trigger time with the IWI US, Inc. Tavor at SHOT Show’s media day. Assembled in Harrisburg, PA with a combination of Israeli and US parts for 922r compliance, the Tavor offers US shooters […]
Rifleshooter.com teams up with Brownell’s to update an old AR-15 The following article chronicles our build and is for informational purposes only. Reflecting on the round count for the carbine I am currently shooting, […]
Rogers Single Point M4 Rifle Harness Review The Rogers Single Point M4 Rifle Harness provides shooters with an affordable quick detachable sling and mounting system for their M4 type rifles. Consisting of a polymer bracket […]