Civilian Force Arms | SHOT 2017

    Walking around Range Day, I got to take a close look at Civilian Force Arms. Civilian Force Arms was started several years ago, by Yonas Hagos, a Sudanese born American, who served during the Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom campaigns. Being an Ar-15 armorer, I am an absolute snob when it comes to civilian Ar-15’s being made to proper military grade specifications. Firing off some rapid questions about aluminum, coatings, torque specs and steel, I was impressed by the knowledge of the Civilian Force Arms representative.

    Civilian Force Arms makes some very nice rifles. These two rifles were very lightweight.

    Civilian Force Arms makes a very nice suite of products. They offer Ar-15 and Ar-10 patterned rifles and pistols in a plethora of configurations. When you select a firearm from their website, the rifle can be configured and customized by the end user. The components of these rifles are military grade, and the actual assembly appears to be top notch. At this time Civilian Force Arms appears to be a small, agile company that makes a high-quality product. I am going to ask my Editor to get TFB some of these rifles to test in the coming year.

    Thomas Gomez

    Thomas Gomez currently resides in the mountains of central New Mexico. He has an M.B.A, an Ar-15/M16/M4 armorer certification from Specialized Armament Warehouse as well as a Glock armorer certification. Aside from writing for The Firearm Blog he works as a Clinical Analyst for a large Hospital. He spends his free time farming, ranching, hiking, fly-fishing and hunting in the beautiful forests and prairies of New Mexico. He can be reached at [email protected]