When seconds matter, the reliability and versatility of the AR-15 has become the trusted platform for more than just combat. The new 2013 GUNS Combat Special Edition focuses solely on AR-15s, and gives readers a one-stop resource for home-defense, hunting and target shooting options.
“The AR-15 Special Edition is packed with all things AR,” said Sammy Reese, editor of FMG Publications’ Special Editions. “This expanded edition has something for everyone — for those who are new to the AR or are old fans, this issue has a wealth of information.”
Readers of the Combat AR-15 Special Edition can expect to be entertained and informed by articles such as “A Pair of Heckler & Koch 416s: One With The Fun Switch” by contributing editor John Russo, who recounts his excitement at getting to test these two ARs.
“I shoot a lot of AR-type weapons, far more than I ever write about,” Russo said. “Simply put, if it doesn’t excite me, I won’t be able to sit at a computer and write about it later. So I have no problem telling you I was excited to see how these guns performed.”
The Combat AR-15 Special Edition also features articles on the Smith & Wesson M&P15-22, JD Machine Custom PR 3 .308, Del-Ton Extreme Duty 316, LWRCI M6A2 SPR, Ambush Firearms 6.8, and refinishing your AR with Robar Poly-T2 Finish.
Although this Special Edition provides a comprehensive look at ARs, Reese admits there is still much to cover — and that can only mean another issue dedicated to AR-15s is in the works.
“The topics covered in this issue are just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the gun, accessories and ammo options for the AR-15 in all its variants,” Reese said. “Being a huge fan of the AR platform, this edition was a lot of fun to put together. I’m already looking forward to the next one.”
The Combat AR-15 Special Edition includes the 2013 Buyer’s Guide, comprising more than 125 pages packed full of handguns, long guns, knives, lights, lasers and more.
For more information on the GUNS Magazine Combat AR-15 Special Edition, visit www.gunsmagazine.com/combat.
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