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  1. I first came across the Blitzkrieg Components AR-15 Chevron Front Sight Post in the same place I think many of us do when discovering new and interesting products for shooting – Facebook. Up popped an image in my feed with a close-up shot of a front sight post unlike any I’d seen before. My experience with front sight posts on ARs was limited to just that, a post. You looked through your peep sight on your rear iron sight and there was a plain, black post waiting for you down at the other end for your aiming needs.

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  2. The LuthAR MBA – 3 is a very interesting stock, it is not a traditional stock that most would put on the traditional AR platform. When it comes to carbine buffer tubes, most people start looking at the traditional Magpul stocks, Mission First Tactical and many others. This is not an issue for a traditional AR, but as long-range precision is becoming more and more popular LuthAR stepped up to create a precision stock that can be fit onto a standard carbine buffer. This opens up the ability for those who do not like fixed stocks or cannot use a traditional fixed stock to use a precision stock.

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  3. When I'm checking in on my Facebook groups, one of questions I see most often is "What is the best ____________ for my AR/pistol/shotgun?" Doesn't really matter what you fill in the blank with. It could be trigger, grip, rail, stock, whatever. Usually, that's all the information presented, and not a single specification more. When you're sitting on a retailer's site, especially one with a lot of options, picking out gear can seem pretty daunting. There's a wide range of pricing, quality, and designs. Let me see if I can recommend a few questions to ask yourself that will make choosing gear easier. They might also cut down on the snarky responses you get from the forums. Let me try to help you with buying gear with these 5 questions.

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  4. Product in this review:Geissele Maritime Bolt Catch - AR15 I've never been a huge fan of the stock AR-15 bolt catch. Let's be honest - the thing is tiny. Don't get me wrong, the bolt catch performs its job, but there's plenty of room for improvement.

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  5. As someone who has used AR-15s and their government-issued brethren for well over fifteen years, I've gradually developed a list of accessories that I think are essential on an AR.  While I usually build my own guns now, there are plenty of people buying an AR for the first time.  If you're one of them, I hope this helps.  Please keep in mind that I tend to focus on defensive rifles, so if you're just getting a plinker, or working precision, your needs may vary.

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  6. There are definitely more, but in this review find out two main big reasons why the Scout is the ultimate AR weapon light.

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  7. I remember about 10 years ago building my first AR-15 off a Smith & Wesson M&P15 stripped lower. She was a Franken-build pieced out over a few months. It was a spiritual and mental adventure...

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  8. The BAD-EMMR is a lightweight, low profile, modular magazine release for the AR-15 and AR-10, recently released by Battle Arms Development. Its expanded finger pad provides an enlarged, uninterrupted, contact surface that gives the user a positive tactile feedback resulting in fumble-free operation.  One of its outstanding features is its modular design, allowing its users to use an array of finger pads depending on personal preference or operation. The EMMR’s 3-sided, precision fit, solid, dovetail attachment interface simplifies its locking mechanism – a feature that makes it stand out from the rest of its competitors. This translates to a wiggle-free, tight tolerance, slop-free fitting between the magazine release body and finger pad. The dovetail attachment interface also removes the stress away from the screw; this allows a single, scaled down, set screw to be used as opposed to the typical two large steel screws.

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  9. ARES Defense MCR Sub-Carbine is a lightweight, semi-auto 5.56 NATO caliber weapon featuring gas piston operation.

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