Brushbeater Discusses AR’s, The Alternatives, And How To Select One

Mason Dixon Tactical

Compact Rifle post2 DSA FAL Para.

Brushbeater gives some good advice about selecting a caliber and weapon type. It is no secret that I am a big fan of the 7.62×51 (.308) and the FAL and M1A (M14) rifles in particular. As much as I would rely on those two rifle types and that caliber, anyone who knows me will also tell you I think everyone needs a quality AR in 5.56 caliber in their gun safe, because it just makes logistical sense. From a Survivalist perspective, the other calibers are generally gimmicks if you are honestly answering the “versatility versus logistics” question in a logical manner. The 5.56 in an AR, and/or 7.62×51 in an FAL or M1A is where it’s at.

Short guns7.jpg AR carbine (top), or pistol (bottom) in 5.56x45Nato

M1A rifles M1A Socom with Sage stock (left) M1A Match (right). While the FAL isn’t known for it’s accuracy, the M1A (especially the “Loaded”…

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Author: Alfred E. Neuman

70 year old geek, ultra-conservative patriot.