Adams Arms Carbine Tactical EVO Adams Arms is now offering…

Adams Arms Carbine Tactical EVO Adams Arms is now offering complete .223 Rem./5.56 NATO AR rifles using their adjustable short stroke gas piston system for continued operation even with heavy fouling, a variety of ammunition of with a mounted suppressor. Of the many new rifles the Carbine Tactical EVO caught our attention. This rifle features a 16 inch 4150 Chrome Molly melonite coated barrel with a Mils-Spec 1 in 7 twist rate and a Samson free-floated lightweight handguard, which allows for the operator to add rails where desired. A collapsible VLTOR buttstock and rubberized Ergo grip rounds out the package. Visit or call 727-853-0550 for more info. micor-defense-416 Micor Defense Inc. Leader 50 Who needs a rimfire when you can get a tactical CQB room-clearing bullpup .50 caliber semi-auto rifle like the new Leader 50 from Micor Defense Inc. At 17 pounds the Leader 50 is comparably lightweight and thanks to its design it is well balanced and easy to handle, yet maintains a 24-inch chrome vanadium Mil-Spec barrel and a 39-inch overall length. The massive muzzle break soaks up the recoil to a .30-06 levels, reportedly. The ten-round magazine feeds the short-stroke gas piston system for reliable functioning in adverse conditions and the full-length top Picatinny rail makes for easy optics mounting plus a dustcover keep dirt and debris out of the action. Contact or call 256-560-0770 for more info. seekins-precision-x Seekins Precision SBR Out of Lewiston, ID, Seekins Precision has come up with a new short-barreled AR rifle that allows for a full-length handguard over a removable suppressor. Available in .223 Wylde (which splits the difference between .223 Remington and 5.56 NATO) and .300AAC Blackout the rifle has all ambidextrous controls, Magpul furniture, and an extremely distinctive forged aluminum billet upper and lower receiver. Seekins’ custom upper receiver is uniquely designed to achieve monolothic upper performance. Their barrels also feature rear fins cut to dissipate heat more effectively and the free-floated handguard allows for easy rail attachment.  Visit or call 208-743-3400 for more info. franklin-armory-xo-26b Franklin Armory XO-26b AR It is not a rifle and it is not a pistol but it is sure pretty cool. The Franklin Armory XO-26b AR gun looks like a long AR pistol with a buffer tube and no stock but thanks to its overall length of just over 26 inches the company can add a forward vertical grip for added stability and control and it is not a restricted firearm requiring any more federal paperwork than for any pistol. This gun is available in a wide array of calibers from .223 Remington to .450 and including 7.62×39. It features an 11.5-inch chrome molly barrel with a 1-in-7 twist rate, Magpul furniture, padded buffer tube, weighs six pounds and comes with a tactical soft-sided case. Visit or call 408-779-7560 for more information. fd-defense-fd308 F&D Defense Looking for a different AR rifle? F&D Defense is now offering their precision tactical rifle as one of the very few available adjustable gas piston operated .308 Winchester/7.62 NATO AR rifles. The gas piston uses a FAL based design for reliability and there is no rear charging handle or right side forward assist. The rifle instead uses a non-reciprocating left side charging handle that also serves as a forward assist. The 416 stainless steel Lilja precision match barrel is free-floated and available in 17- and 21-inch lengths and F&D adds Magpul furniture and a Geissele trigger. Visit or call 512-745-6482 for more information. wileyx Wiley X Valor Black Ops Sunglasses Among the hottest new items from Wiley X is their Black Ops Version sunglasses from their Valor series. The Valor Black Ops sunglasses are ballistic-rated and have a black, subdued finish with smoked lenses; a Shooter’s version includes a 3-lens package in smoked, clear, and light rust lenses. Retail is $95.00. For more information, please visit, or call 800.776.7842.

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  • AJ

    Black FAL’s are the wave of the future. Better looking I think.

  • AJ

    I agree with Hughes. Its getting stupid. Its not like they differ in design. They are basically the same everything. No more patents!

  • J Hughes

    Way way way too many AR manufactures out there now. Im sure most of them wont last because they have no experience and their QC is probably lacking.