The Bravo Company RECCE-7, an AR-15 pistol chambered in .300 Blackout, is a fun range gun and a serious defensive tool.
Pistol-caliber carbines are hot. Rifle designs built as pistols are hot. Ruger has combined the two and added even more.
As the saying goes, if you’re in a fair fight with an attacker, then you need to reconsider your tactics.
Saints in tandem: Two sizes means no compromising a perfect fit for the deployable self-defense tool that matches your style.
There are a lot of good modern sporting rifles out there, but practically none will put every single penny of your investment to work like the DDM4V7 Pro.
The mere mention of chassis rifles in 6.5 mm Creedmoor might no longer set rifle folks aquiver—their versatility and benefits are well established. But competitors of the MVP Precision might not escape so easily.
A not-so-new notion seems especially apropos to our JP pistol caliber carbine—the only thing better than a clean GMR-15 is a dirty one. And the more, and more recently dirtied, the better.
Lightweight and light duty are easy to equate, but imputing that notion to either the Xanthos-Lite 6.5 mm Creedmoor or the Balios Lite .22 Long Rifle from 2A Armament would be a heavy-duty mistake.
When a vintage American caliber meets a classic rifle—well carbine—design, expect good things.
The PCC build continues with a look at barrel termination options.