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Non-Restricted ACRs Coming To Canada

Calibremag.ca reports that a Bushmaster ACR-DMR is arriving to Canada and will be available as a non-restricted firearm. Canada requires its citizens to obtain a PAL (Possession and Acquisition License) to legally own firearms. It requires a mandatory two day safety [Read More…]

Bushmaster ACR Field Strip


The Bushmaster ACR was a rifle that the community expected to set the world on fire, and this it just sort of… fizzled. The pieces were there to make a great gun (with promises of unparalleled modularity) but sticker shock really hurt any potential sales that the platform may have [Read More…]

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TFB’s Rifle (And Subgun) Weight Omnibus – How Heavy is Your Rifle? (Part 1 of 3)

In October, I traveled out to see my co-writer Alex C. to collect data on the weights of different long guns and some of their components. Over that weekend, I weighed 58 rifles and submachine guns, and numerous magazines, bolts, bolt carriers, and other miscellaneous [Read More…]

American Bullpup startups

Tavors, SA80s, FAMASs, AUGs, QBZ 95s. Whether for better or worse, the majority of bullpup weapon systems in the world are manufactured and in use by countries and militaries outside of the United States. Sure there was the Bushmaster M17S way back when, and now we have [Read More…]

Bushmaster Quick Response Rifle

Gun Nuts Media posted this. Bushmaster is coming out with a new entry level AR-15. They have offered entry level ARs with red dots before, but now they look to be coming with an mini red dot on a riser. According to this info sheet, MSRP is $769. I am curious which mini [Read More…]

New K&M M17S556 Bullpup

New from Ken McAlister is an all metal version of their modernized Bushmaster M17S bullpup rifle. Surely even the most avowed bullpup-hater must admit that this is one sleek, good-looking design. Oleg reports at All Outdoors … This year, Ken’s [Read More…]

Bushmaster Arm Pistol

Back in the 70s, this was originally the Individual Multi-Purpose weapon or IMP. It was chambered in .221 fireball and was designed for the airforce. A PDW for pilots. It was designed to be shot from the arm, but they also did consider shooting it from a sling. Similar [Read More…]

Bushmaster ACR Designated Marksman Rifle