By Richard Mann
For the last 10 years or so, the life of a firearms journalist has been a lot like the movie Groundhog Day—repeatedly reviewing one AR-15 after another. After writing about dozens of ARs, and trying to do so in an educational and entertaining way, I just stopped. This is partly because most modern ARs work very well and partly because they only differ in the parts they’re made of. But I decided to fall off the wagon when I got an opportunity to test the new Six8-A5 Razorback II from LWRC International because, well, it’s different.
Before we get into the rifle, let’s start with the cartridge it was designed to fire. …Read the Rest
Source:: Tactical Life