The AR-18 Reborn? 😮 Brownell's BRN-180 Gen 2! [Review]
Armalite's AR-18 paved the way for a myriad of short stroke, piston-driven 5.56 carbines - all while never being formally adopted by any standing military largely due to historical circumstance. However, while the original civilian AR-180s might be somewhat rare - the folks at Brownells have ensured that Stoner's legacy lives on in the BRN-180 Gen 2 - now with an adjustable gas block and single bolt handguard takedown!
Follow along as we check out this rad little upper, or check the link below for the full review and comparison to the Gen 1 BRN-180!
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