(sponsored post) The Battle Rifle Company builds combat-grade firearms for law enforcement agencies and anyone else who needs a high-quality, reliable, durable, accurate, mil-spec rifle upon which they can stake their life. (Click here for a component run-down.) It’s a difference you can feel – once you click here and buy your tickets to the 2016 Texas Firearms Festival, October 14 – 16 at Austin’s Best of the West Shooting Sports just outside of Austin). We’re talking serious trigger time behind . . .

BRC’s full-range of rifles: the Defender, Trooper, Spartan, Spectre, Odin, ParatrooperSPR and new-for-2016 Cutlass. Not to mention the truck gun-tastic Attache 9mm pistol. All BRC guns have exactly what you need when push comes to shove, and nothing you don’t. “We don’t sacrifice quality for other features,” company owner Chris Kurzadowski asserts.

You pay one price for your 2016 Texas Firearms Festival ticket and all your ammo’s free! Although not for Full Auto Friday, where BRC will be offering only VIP ticket holders giggle switch access to three of their best rifles and a fully-automatic Attache pistol, shooting as many mags of discounted Sinterfire lead-free frangible ammo as you can handle.

Like all our exhibitors, BRC is offering show pricing to anyone who purchases or orders a rifle at the Festival. We can’t tell you the exact discount; suffice it to say it will more than cover the price of admission. Tickets to the 2016 Texas Firearms Festival are strictly limited to ensure minimal wait times. So click here and buy yours today!

 

4 Responses to Battle Rifle Company at The 2016 Texas Firearms Festival. Come and Shoot It!

  1. “Combat grade”??? You’re kidding right? LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLZZZZ….the only thing I’d considering using one of their rifles for is a doorstop.

  2. We ran these guys out of our shop long ago. They have some story that sounded a bit contrived to me. They were quite proud of their nickle boron coated trigger parts. I never saw the sexiness of that. Can’t hate them for trying, small business is hard.

    At this point I think the AR15 market has sorta worked itself out. It is a great rifle with a lot of qualities that make it super easy to work with. Every asshole is a gunsmith and every fool owns a custom build. It is great, but the gold rush is over unless there is an outright ban.

    • @Wade- Agreed on all points except for hating on them for trying. They weren’t trying too hard because they didn’t even bother understanding the platform before trying to pawn them off as “1st SFOD Ranger SEAL PJ MARSOC ALFA Operator Grade Battle Rifles”. They are complete BS operation, fom their wares to their stories about their wares.

    • I guess I’m a fool. Just about all my AR’s are custom built. By me. But I ain’t no gunsmith. I just play one in my garage.

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