DeKalb, Illinois – J.D. is anchoring this week’s installment of the AR-15 Podcast along with Chris, and Anthony. This week, the cast welcomes Ross Wesson of Brigand Arms to the show. Don’t forget to register to win the Aeroprecision M5 in the latest giveaway. The drawing is September 15th so sign up for your chance to win!
The focus of the show is on Brigand’s unique handguard design. Ross takes us through the origin of the company and how it arrived at carbon fiber, which is durable, lightweight, and non heat conductive. There are some drawbacks which he discusses also in his compare and contrast of why a shooter would choose one of these unique handguards over a standard hand guard. The process for constructing rifle parts out of this interesting material is highlighted along with some queries for shop owners. Finally, they move into what’s on the horizon for Brigand. Will the company move into the AR10 market? What else do they see themselves producing and what innovations to existing products.
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