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AR15 Guide: Instandhaltung & Reinigung

AR15 Guide: Instandhaltung & Reinigung

Welcome to the ePIG-Group. Today we show you how to maintenance your AR15 Everybody does it his own way. I don´t like to clean my AR very much, so i´m very minimalistic with it. If you lie to clean your AR more often: no problem, nothing wrong with it. But the AR15 is kind of self cleaning. The dirt gets…

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The AR15 Bible – Buffer Systems

Welcome back to the AR15 Bible, presented by Clear Advantage TV. We’re going to be reviewing the basics of the AR15 Buffer System today. It may sound mundane, but the buffer system is where the majority of tuning happens for a standard AR Rifle. So whether you are simply trying to get your gun to run a bit smoother, you’re…

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AR15: Mud Test

AR15: Mud Test

Hey guys welcome to another episode of InRange and the continuing Saga of mud testing. We have an AR-15 US GI aluminum magazine with a green follower you can’t see that, but it’s a standard US GI magazine This is a BCM upper it happens to have a quad rail on it But it’s a quality BCM upper, a spikes…

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Tech Tip: AR-15 Twist Rates

In this Tech Tip by Brownells, we’ll discussing AR barrel twist rates. In our previous Tech Tips we had discussed a few other considerations when selecting a barrel for your AR, including caliber and gas system length. Twist rate is referring to the distance the rifling takes to complete one full revolution. So let’s say for example this barrel has…

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The AR15 Bible – Gas Blocks

The AR15 Bible – Gas Blocks

Welcome back to the AR15 Bible, presented by Clear Advantage TV. We’re going to be reviewing the basics of AR15 gas blocks today…valuable information whether you’re interested in just understanding how things work, or, are planning on making a modification or upgrade to your rifle. The standard AR15 operates off of a direct gas impingement system, meaning that the cyclic…

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Crosstac AR-15/M16 Front Sight Picatinny Rail

Crosstac AR-15/M16 Front Sight Picatinny Rail

The Crosstac AR15/M16 Front Sight Picatinny Rail was created for users wanting a different mounting option for accessories on their AR15 or M16. This rail attaches directly to the bayonet mount on the bottom of the front sight and gives a short picatinny rail section at the 6 o’ clock position, which is perfect for lasers, lights, and bipods. This…

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