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How to Duracoat Camouflage an AR-15

Posted by 80-Lower.com on Aug 3rd 2021

How to Duracoat Camouflage an AR-15
You bought or built a shiny new AR-15. Congratulations! But it looks just like every other AR out there. What do you do? You paint it. But how? Easy: We're going to show you how to use Duracoat - a … read more

How to Zero a Red Dot Sight

Posted by 80-Lower.com on Jul 29th 2021

How to Zero a Red Dot Sight
Just bought a red dot sight? You must zero the reticle so your point of aim (POA) matches your bullet's point of impact (POI). When you install your new red dot, chances are POA will not match P … read more

The Ultimate AR-15 Sling Guide + Top Picks [2021]

Posted by 80-Lower.com on Jul 20th 2021

The Ultimate AR-15 Sling Guide + Top Picks [2021]
A sling makes carrying your AR-15 easier. It allows for quickly switching from your rifle to a sidearm, too. But most of all, a good sling is a valuable shooting aid. It improves accuracy and stabi … read more

How to Legally Convert an AR Pistol Into an SBR

Posted by 80-Lower.com on Jun 26th 2021

How to Legally Convert an AR Pistol Into an SBR
The ATF wants to ban pistol braces. The agency published a list of "criteria" for determining whether your AR-15 pistol, when equipped with a brace, will instead be considered an illegal sho … read more

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