ar-15 rifle

  1. How to Prevent Your AR-15 Rifle from Overheating

    How to Prevent My AR15 from OverheatingBefore you start getting too worried about your AR-15 rifle overheating, know that AR-15s are expected to heat up through regular use.

    As long as the barrel isn't turning red and drooping down like in a cartoon, your rifle is probably fine (as long as the issue is not that you're abusing your rifle).The original M16s were designed as select fire infantry weapons for short full automatic firing and not to replace heavier machine guns.

    How Many Shots can the AR-15 Rifle Handle?

    It's to be expected that after around thirty rounds, your barrel is going to become quite hot, but as long as you have a quality build, you can safely fire hundreds of rounds in a day without doing any damage to the barrel.

    If you started out with bolt-action rifles, what you were probably told is that you want to stop shooting once the barrel becomes too hot, as that's going to lead to some permanent damage. This

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  2. Stag Arms Appreciates Their Customers

    The following is an actual testimonial from a grateful Stag Arms owner.

    Tom GreshamOrdered my Stag AR in 2012 and my FFL and I did the paperwork while we watched the Newtown event unfold.

    Several months ago, my bolt stopped locking back on the empty mag.  I lived with it.  I figured I had cheap mags.  But not all of them!  And it would lock on the empty mag when I dry fired--just not on live fire. Checked online forums, where too many people who don't sign their real names have too many ideas about what the problem could be.

    Finally, Feb of this year, I had some spare time at work and thought about "what would Tom do" and went on the Stag website.  I engaged in an email conversation THAT DAY with a customer service

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