A-Team Arms – Forged Milled Custom AR-15 Rifles – Media Day at the Range – SHOT Show 2014

A-Team Arms

If you are a fan of the old A-Team TV show you would have appreciated a nifty vehicle in the exhibitor area made especially for Hannibal, Face, Murdock and BA. With a .50 cal and bazooka mounted on top, ad twin ARs at the sides, nobody who walked by could resist taking a picture. The ATV was made by Dock Holiday Guns under a new name and brand of custom ARs called A-Team Guns. Take a look at the pictures because they are really nifty. Machined individually from 7075 billet, these guns are not cheap. The barrel is made by Pac Nor, and the owner of the company explained that this the first time that Pac Nor has agreed to make a complete barrel for a manufacturer, rather than just sell them blanks. So far the chamberings for the A-Team guns are 223 Wylde (not to be confused with Zakk Wylde), and 300 Blackout. There is both a 2 and 3 finger front grip design. Hopefully we’ll get one of these guns in for review. The prices are in the $2400-$2800 range, so not for the casually minded shooter. Cool gun nerd gun for SHOT 2014!






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  • Shaw January 31, 2014, 9:38 am

    While I like the astetics it always bothers me to see “tacticool” shooters grip the mag well while shooting. If your shooting CQB type scenarios almost every instructor has been teaching an extended forward grip to help manage recoil. If your shooting at longer range its not a bad practice to bring your center of gravity back a little bit to help with stability but still grabbing the mag well seems to be part of the “tacticool” group that really arent experienced shooters, and buy a lot of cheap gear to compensate.

    • C hale December 16, 2017, 2:26 am

      I had the same thoughts about the wanna be “operators” that use the exaggerated thumb break method of holding the rifle as far forward as physically possible. I guess they can’t see how hilarious they look with the weak side arm stretched out to the end of the required “tacticool” 16 in handguard.

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