Home Fun and Games Gun Meme of the Day: They’re Five ARs Safer Edition Fun and Games Gun Meme of the Day: They’re Five ARs Safer Edition By Jeremy S. - September 21, 2021 31 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ The math checks out! He’d probably believe it, too, as long as there’s no “shoulder thing that goes up.” ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Gun Meme of the Day: Keep It Holstered Edition Gun Meme of the Day: Tactical Pooh Edition Gun Meme of the Day: That’s One High Cat Edition 31 COMMENTS That’s not true. They are not 5 Ar’s safer. Beto or Francis is smarter than that. Someone needs to tell him. Where is dacian when I need him to write a phone book on this? This is fake news! Reply They’re actually 10 ARs safer going by standard magazine capacity. Reply So we can just call it 33% safer and be correct on both fronts. Reply At least until you load up on Magpul Gen3 25rd mags and 50rd drums. 😉 Reply Phone book? Try Encyclopedia Brittanica. Reply There’s no stupid like gun control zealot stupid! Like ^ Reply Susan McDougal gives Beto some real estate investing tips… *ahem* Reply Love it!! And it’s totally believable. Reply Between shoulder things going up and single-use magazines I guarantee you a not insignificant amount of Brady bunchers believe this. Reply In gun control circles, I believe that is called a barrel shroud. Reply I’ll trade mine in for a 243 Win, .358 win, 338 Fed, or a 6.5 Creed variant please. I would even suffer 220 Swift in the name of safety. A glass upgrade would also be great….. Reply I don’t know about safer, that’s up to the person standing behind the weapon, but the AR-10 is at least a better weapon. Reply I will happily trade in an AR-15 for an AR-10. I also favor HK-91 and M1A. Reply One of my AR15’s is available to trade in under this plan. I really would like to have an AR-10. The devil is in the details though, I get to pick the brand, the model, the options or it’s no deal!!! Reply Love me some 5x safer AR-10. 👍 An NP3 (Robar electroless nickel w/ embedded Teflon micropellets) coated POF P308 SPR piston driven AR-10 is my favorite rifle. Can run for days without any lubrication. POF did a 10k rds in under 10k seconds vid, with Wolf steelcase no less. Passed with flying colors. San Bernardino PD did over 70k rounds thru an FA example. Had to replace some parts on the BCG, but it was still 1.2 MOA with the original barrel. This is among the AR-10s to get.👍 Reply Armalite holds the trademark to the AR-10 name. There are other manufacturers that make AR style 308 rifles. But, if you want a genuine AR-10 it’s Armalite or nothing. Reply 👍 Patriot Ordnance Factory uses the P308 designation for their version of a piston driven AR-10. The final POF iteration is called the P308 Gen4 Edge SPR. Has an 18.5″ barrel plus comp. POF also produces an AR-15 length upper/lower rifle that runs the 308/7.62×51 cartridge, it’s called the Revolution. POF is the originator of the first successful piston driven AR platforms brought to market. They run much cleaner and cooler then direct impingement ARs, and don’t blow burnt powder fumes in the shooters face when running suppressed. Fun fact; The POF adjustable gas plug allows for dialing in the BCG cycling force based on load and suppression/muzzle device back pressure. Even has an “off” position, acts as a bolt-action rifle (hand cycle each round). My example broke in to have .6 MOA accuracy with off the shelf 168 gr Fed GMM. On low wind days, 10 round groups at 500 yards can be covered with the palm of my hand. MAC (military arms channel) did a used/ex LE Agency trade in POF P308 vs a Vepr AK video, showed similar accuracy results between both rifles. I called him out in the comments, provided a forum where he could PM me. Told him to provide a time and place (in the cont US) to run my P308 against his Vepr AK. I would gladly pay my travel and lodging expenses, just to outshoot his Vepr AK. Reply Whatever….. Bridge the gap between 6.5s and 7.62. 7mm-08. Reply He’s not going to last very long anyway if he does get elected. With the voter and election fraud there’s no telling what will happen next in Texas. Reply 33 1/3% less assaulty! Reply Oh the former drunk driver is at it again it seams? POS. Reply What about AR-9s? They’re one AR safer still! Or AR-4bores. So safe your 4-year old kid can have one. 😮 Reply Update: The NRA compromises for an AR7 Reply That’s a funny meme. . Hes looking down because she just told him hes stepped in a big pile of Biden poop. Reply That is hilarious, and entirely plausible. Reply Lets see here. I use an AR15 on coyotes, and an AR10 on feral hogs. Should I change up to a Ruger Mini 14 for the “yotes, and a Springfield M1A for the pigs? Can I split the difference and get an AR12? Reply Initially purchased my AR-10 for use as a Texas “hog hammer”, it quickly became my favorite rifle. A 20″ barrel Steyr Aug NATO w/3x Swarovski optic fitted with Magpul 60rd drum mags is a close 2nd. Not a great trigger, but the bullpup design makes up for that by being the same length as a 12″ barrel AR-15. Great rifle for quick vehicle ingress/egress. Provided the ballistics and accuracy of 5.56 thru a 20″ barrel, yet really compact. Reply Using there “logic”, then an AR57 is 47 degrees more dangerous. Back in reality, does anyone know what is fitted in the magazine well of this AR57? It would appear to be a bag for collecting brass. I am not familiar (though interested) with AR57. Does an AR57 eject down? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AR-57#/media/File:DD_AR_57_3.JPG Reply Yes, it’s for catching brass. Most the ones I know that have ’em just cut the top off of a magazine to make a reliable catcher. It’s cheap and it works. Reply Must be safer in Maryland; AR-10=legal, M1A=illegal because ‘scary’. BTW AR-15 legal in certain configuration cuz Md. broke Federal law in writing the law [you cannot favor a specific manufacturer and ban all others i.e. Colt Heavy Barrel (that is no longer made)]. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.