Tag Archive: 2A Armament

Sep 05

2A Armament Gets People Prepared for Their Hunting Experience

Gearing Up for the Hunt – Performance Built for a Purpose Boise, Idaho (September 3, 2018) – (AR15Vault.com) – Every hunt comes down to a single, critical shot but leading up to that hunt, there are hours of training, shooting, scouting, study and gear prep. After all those hours of sweat and preparation require gear …

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Sep 04

2A Armament Gear Offers Advantages for Hunters

Lightweight Gear Delivers Major Advantages for Mountain Hunters Boise, Idaho (August 31, 2018) – (AR15Vault.com) – Planning a mountain hunt? Weight is a major factor on mountain hunts and whittling away every possible ounce translates into more strength and mobility on the mountain. The rifle is the one area where hunters are traditionally willing to …

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Aug 20

2A Armament XLR20 & XLR18

XLR Rifle Series Overview Boise, Idaho (August 20, 2018) – (AR15Vault.com) – 2A Armament has set a new bar for lightweight, high powered rifles with the finely machined XLR rifle series. Available in the extremely accurate 6.5mm Creedmoor and a .308, these AR10’s are built for serious hunters and shooting enthusiasts. When it comes to …

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May 30

2A Armament .22 LR AR Rifles

2A Armament Introduces .22 LR AR rifles are great for hunting, self-defense and just plain fun. However, as any avid shooter knows, 5.56/.223 Rem. ammunition can get quite expensive, especially when training. As a result, many shooters look for an AR rifle chambered in .22 LR or conversion parts for turning their current AR platform …

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May 14

2A Armament Xanthos-Lite: The Lightest AR-10 Receiver On The Market

2A Armament Xanthos-Lite: The Lightest AR-10 Receiver On The Market (AR15Vault.com) – Over the last few years, AR-style rifles chambered in 7.62 mm/.308 Win., have grown in popularity with various shooting communities. In fact, AR-10 rifles are one of the fastest growing segments in shooting sports, especially among those who build personal AR platforms. Unfortunately, …

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