In a world dominated by the AR-15 and AR-10 we strive to be different and focus on other military style weapon platforms.
- M14, Springfield Armory M1A
- Bushmaster ACR, Remington ACR
- FN FAL, FN FS2000 and FN SCAR
- Remington 700
- Robinson XCR
- AK47 and AK74
AR-15 and AR-10 fans fret not! Those platforms are of course included but we also focus on the non standard AR-15’s such as the ARAK, Pistol Caliber AR’s, .22 AR’s and .22 AR conversion kits. Lastly don’t let our name Combat Rifle fool you, we like handguns a lot too.
Ultra-compact 19.75″ length with stock folded allows the Remington ACR PDW unmatched concealability while optimizing barrel length at 9″ for maximized energy on target out of a small packageread more
The Archangel© AAM1A Precision Stock for the Springfield Armory© M1A™ and M14 rifles* provides all the advanced features, ergonomics, and snug fit required to make your rifle more accurate and feel great too. The inlet design applies gentle pressure to the barreled action to reduce group size. This next generation stock incorporates click adjustable cheek with a 1.75” travel and length of pull adjustments of 13.50″ to 14.8125″ and a contoured, textured, soft rubber recoil pad.read more
While the original VLTOR M14/M1A Stock System has been the essential upgrade to the Springfield SOCOM platform, VLTOR saw huge areas of improvement. The stock system is now formed with VLTOR’s proprietary mold and is manufactured with a proprietary carbon fiber composite. This makes the stock system stronger and lighter than ever before. The stock is adjustable for five lengths of pull and adjusts for elevation. In its lowest position the stock will allow for the use of iron sights or the stock can be raised up to 1.25″ higher for use with mounted optics. This stock system features an improved magwell relief that allows for easier operation of any M14/M1A magazine. The buttstock is slightly wider and longer at the toe than a regular M4 stock with a noticeable negative pitch, making transitions from the ready position feel more natural.read more
This Delta 14 Chassis Gen 2 with Folding Stock FS3, constructed of glass filled nylon. Mounting of the stock is simple with the 5/16X18 fastener that will mate in any Mossberg 500 stock onto the chassis system. Installation of the chassis with the rifle does not require any tools.read more
The Springfield Armory M1A Socom .308 Win Kryptek Highlander Rifle appears to be a special edition SOCOM 16 that features a Kryptek camouflage rifle stock. I have only seen this model for sale at Palmetto State Armory and the gun selling websites. It retails for $1500 but can be found on sales at PSA for $1199.00 which is a great priceread more
Complete short-action receiver and bolt assembly give the reliability and smoothness of the classic Remington 700 action combined with innovative features designed specifically for police, military, and civilian precision shooters.read more
These days Remington does a fine job manufacturing accurate rifles. However there may come a time when the old Remington 700 is not shooting groups as tight as it once did or maybe you just want the best accuracy that can be achieved from your rifle. A replacement barrel is a good investment. Its like getting a new and more accurate gun at half the price. All barrels for a Remington model 700 will be required to be fitted to some degree by a gunsmith. If you choose a barrel such as the Shilen it requires the least amount of work as it is pre threaded with a cut chamber. This means it only needs reamed to the final dimension. Other barrels are purchased as blanks and must be cut to length, threaded and have the chambers cut and reamed for your desired caliber. In many cases the barrel will require some sort of coloring or protective coating as many barrels are sold “in the white”. Note: There are no drop in barrels for a Remington 700. All replacement barrels must be fitted and headspaced by a qualified gunsmith Note: Replace your factory Remington 700 Trigger before you consider a new barrel. Visit the Remington 700 Trigger page for further information.read more
The Remington 700 SPS Tactical Barreled Action allows gun builders to start with a tried-and-true action and barrel combination, allowing them to add aftermarket stocks, optics and other options to build their ideal rifle. The Remington 700 SPS Tactical Barreled Action includes all of the same features found on the company’s SPS Tactical model, including a threaded barrel with a heavy-profile, perfectly suited for precision shooting.read more
Clint McKee and Fulton Armory know the M14 and they know it well, in fact they build some of the tightest and most accurate M14 style rifles available. When you purchase a complete Fulton Armory Rifle you are purchasing a rifle handcrafted by very skilled people. These are not mass produced firearms by any measure. FA also has outstanding service and support, they do business the old fashioned way and rely heavily on their reputation. Fulton Armory often gets a slight ding from purists who prefer forged receivers over cast receivers. I’m not sure this matters with today’s modern manufacturing methods but that’s a discussion for another page. Additionally about a decade and a half ago there were complaints about soft bolts. That has long since disappeared but internet posts don’t disappear and keep regurgitating. The M65 Enhanced Sniper Rifle is one version of Fulton Armory’s take on the M14 platform based M21 Sniper Weapon Systemread more
The United States Army wanted an accurate sniper rifle during the Vietnam War. The M14 was selected because of its accuracy, reliability, and the ability for a quick follow up shot. As a result, in 1969, the Rock Island Arsenal converted 1,435 National Match (target grade) M14s by adding a Redfield ART Adjustable Ranging Telescope 3–9× and providing National Match grade ammunition (7.62 Lake City Long Range XM-118). This version, called the XM21, had a specially selected walnut stock and was first fielded in the second half of 1969. An improved version with a fiberglass stock was designated the M21 in 1975. The M21 remained the Army’s primary sniper rifle until 1988, when it was replaced by the M24 Sniper Weapon System; some M21s were later re-issued and used in the Iraq War.
The M21 Sniper Weapon System (SWS) is the semi-automatic sniper rifle version of the M14 rifle. It’s chambered for the 7.62×51mm NATO cartridge and 7.62×54mmR for Vietnamese and Chinese modified versions, as well the rare .30-06 version.