This feature appears in the August ’16 issue of NRA America’s 1st Freedom, one of the official journals of the National Rifle Association. The Windham Weaponry Multi-Caliber rifle system puts as many as four useful calibers in the same rifle case, and burnishes our belief that these savvy Yankees can package value like few others. [...]
Admittedly, I don’t spend enough time practicing with iron sights and red dots. During a recent range trip, this became painfully obvious when I wasn’t able to consistently produce anything less than 6 inch groups (at 50 yards) while using iron sights. My performance with a red dot sight wasn’t much better. Read Article [...]
The Windham Weaponry Multi-Caliber System (MCS) is a ground-breaking new rifle that allows the user to covert between calibers by changing out barrels, magwells, and bolt carrier groups and utilizing the same lower and upper receivers. Here's a detailed video on the conversion process.
Finally. A true "multi-caliber" rifle is here. Sure others have hit the market with the label of multi-caliber, but Windham Weaponry's new MCS doesn't require a degree in mechanical engineering and an armorers tool kit to convert it. Here's a quick video that Paul did not even an hour after the MCS from Windham arrived. [...]
Entry-level 5.56mm AR-15s built for quality without breaking the bank! Read Article
Fun Gun Reviews Presents: The Windham Weaponry SRC 7.62x39 AR Carbine Review Looking into the details of this rifle and issues to address with the AR in 7.62x39 caliber.
In the big business of survival and firearms, our time is a great time. Product demand is up; political pressure and societal issues are making people SHTF Rifle Reviewmore aware of their surroundings and possible predicaments. Read Article
Fun Gun Reviews Presents: BCM Accessories for the AR-10 308/7.62 rifle. Review and Installation of each part.
Fun Gun Reviews Presents: Elftmann Tactical 308 Trigger Review and Install. Riding on needle bearing and fully adjustable, this drop in system is the smoothest AR trigger on the market.
I have always preferred the larger .30 caliber round over the 5.56×45. While the military finds the 5.56 round “adequate” it leaves much to be desired for more applications in the civilian market. For everyday plinking the 5.56×45 (.223 Remington) is fine but if I want to take that caliber for other hunting type [...]