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Posted by on Feb 24, 2016 .

The best AR-15 rifles you can get

Many of you who are reading this article know very well what an AR-15 rifle is. But it’s worth mentioning that: AR-15 is a rifle manufactured in the U.S. by ArmaLite Company as a combat rifle for the U.S. army. After the AR-15, many manufacturers from a lot of countries made their own variations of AR-15 rifles. The best you can get are:

·      Colt M16A4 (or else M16): One of the most popular rifles with unique features: this 5.56 mm caliber rifle combines a gas-operated the system with minimal recoil that makes it very accurate during shooting and great sights that increase the accuracy of...

In this article, we are Featuring 24" 308 Black Hole Weaponry Upper. Scarce to find, this became an absolute favorite of our clients who are willing to wait sometimes months at a time for barrels to arrive.The upper features:Barrel - Black Hole Weaponry 24” 308 1x11* caliber barrel with standard rifle profile, 416R stainless steel Caudle 3 land polygonal rifling in black shot finish. DPMS compatible. Barrel is threaded with 5/8-24 threads and finished off with our xtreme muzzle brake in stainless steel.

A3 flat top upper receiver - Low profile, DPMS compatible. Made from solid billet 6000 series aluminum. Black...

Posted by on Oct 02, 2015 .

There are several manufacturers of 308 caliber AR-family rifles now. Most of them will interchange with one system or another, but it can be tough to keep track of which one is which. While many components are the same, for intstance, your 308 standard lower parts kits, the design of DPMS style upper and lower can vary greatly. Previously, I had described the differences in 308 DPMS styles, however let's address major manufacturers compatibility.

Aero Precision - Design is taking after Armalite AR-10. Your standard high profile 308 DPMS style

Bushmaster - designed their own lR 308, then lost interest and sold it to RRA

Rock River Arms -...

Posted by on Oct 01, 2015 .

Clients always ask me if they can do customizations to their orders. YES, of course, you can and that's what Moriarti Armaments specializes in. While growing, and thank to our customers, we were thinking of other ways how to help our clients to exercise their wishes. So instead waiting online, we had come up with Let's Build an AR function that lets your imagination to run wild at the convenience of your home. 

It is a very straight forward form. Asking questions from the very common, which platform do you want, .308 or AR-15. Starting point by point from there, it allows you to put together a gun that you already have build up in your...

Posted by on Oct 01, 2015 .

Still, the biggest question that I get, is what type of receiver one has. Let's look at the differences between DPMS style 308 uppers.

One simple very generic distinction is that the older, "high profile," upper will have the forward assist all the way at the end. The new, "low profile," resembles an AR-15 slicker design, the forward will be somewhat towards the middle.

The older, "high profile" design will remind you of the bulkier, rectangular build vs. the low profile is slicker, thinner and smoother.

Finally, the pane. The new "low profile " upper receiver has a 1/8" wide top portion where the charging handle is installed while the...

Posted by on Sep 28, 2015 .

Of all the parts of an AR15, the one part that is not standardized is the buttstock buffer tube.

At first you would think the difference is just the diameter of the tube itself but that's just the first thing give folks trouble when matching up the different tubes and butt stocks.

The commercial tube is 1.17" diameter and the mil. spec. is 1.14" diameter. So even though a "commercial" buttstock will fit on a mil.spec tube, it will be loose and I guess you could even force fit a mil. spec. buttstock onto commercial tube, I wouldn't if I were you.

The threads on both types are the same as far as thread pitch and diameter. The...

Posted by on Sep 13, 2015 .


THE phone rings again at Pasadena Pawn and Gun, and a familiar question comes down the line: “Got any ARs?”

The answer is no. Pasadena Pawn and Gun, a gun retailer and pawnshop 15 miles south of Baltimore, is pretty much sold out of America’s most wanted gun, the AR-15-style semiautomatic rifle. Since the massacre in Newtown, Conn., in December, the AR-15, the military-style weapon that the police say was used in the shootings, has been selling fast here and across the nation.

Before Newtown, the rifles sold for about $1,100, on average. Now some retailers charge twice that. At Pasadena Pawn, on the wall...

Posted by on Aug 02, 2015 .

One of the biggest differences in cheap versus high-end AR-15s is the quality of barrels. We are going to cover the pros and cons of Mil-Spec chrome molly steel chrome-lined barrels versus match-grade stainless steel, non chrome-lined barrels and help you make an educated decision on which is right for the intended purpose of your next AR-15 build.

Although it is unlikely that most of us will ever “shoot out” a barrel; chrome-lined barrels handle extensive shooting and adverse weather much better.

Most AR Barrels fall into one of two categories: either they are made of chrome molly steel with a chrome-lined bore and chamber, or...