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Hiperfire Hipertouch 24E Trigger Review

Hipertouch24E_20140106_T3i_009_1080AR15 triggers are a dime a dozen. I have lost count of how many different triggers I have shot. Single stage, two stage, standard GI style, the list goes on. It takes a lot to get me excited about a new AR trigger.

When I first came across the Hiperfire line of triggers I was intrigued. The trigger does not look like any other trigger on the market. I sent an email to Hiperfire and promptly got a reply from Terry Bender, the owner and designer. Terry was happy to call me to explain how the trigger functions and what distinguishes it from other AR triggers. A couple days later a brand new Hipertouch 24E showed up at our door.

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3Bucc Brass-Savr Brass Catcher Review

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3Bucc Brass-Savr

I really enjoy shooting AR15 rifles. They are low-recoil and high fun. What I hate is picking up the brass that they throw to the ends of the firing line. With ammunition and reloading components in short supply I am fanatical about picking up my brass. This used to be a very time consuming process on the concrete firing lines and almost impossible if the grass had not been recently mowed. During local matches I would almost always loose a handful of cases. Not any more! Continue reading 3Bucc Brass-Savr Brass Catcher Review

Magpul Special Edition PMAG30 AR15 Magazines


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Get them while you can. For a limited time Magpul is offering a special run of their “Boulder Airlift” and “Free Colorado” PMAGS. They are available on their online store while supplies last. The proceeds will go towards the legal battle against unconstitutional firearms laws in Colorado!

LAW Tactical AR Folding Stock Adapter

While at the 2013 SHOT Show we got a chance to take a look at a very innovative new AR accessory from LAW Tactical. It’s called the AR Folding Stock Adapter.

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The currentĀ version is labeled as “Generation 2” but in fact the copy we just received has more improvements from the one seen at the SHOT Show. Law originally had a flush cupĀ receiver machined into the bottom of the adapter. They have now updated that with a steel insert. This should add some service life to the part as well as increase the amount of force needed to rip a sling from the weapon.

We just pulled the adapter out of the Mailbox yesterday. Keep an eye out for the installation notes and full review, coming soon!