Can she cook?
When Brownells introduced their Retro line of “throwback” ARs, they largely stuck to early 1960s and 70s classic Colt models which looked great, and, more importantly, told a piece of firearms history.
I mean what’s not to like?
Of course, it should be pointed out that the AR-10 predated the 15s by a good bit and were every bit if not more influential to firearms lore.
Classic, 7.62x51mm NATO battle rifles, but with Atomic-age plastics rather than wood, the latter of which had been used in firearms dating back to the 1300s.
That’s where Brownells’ BRN-10A/B comes in at:
Did I mention it looks great, as well?
Sure, they look nice, but how do they handle the goop? Check out the below for the answer to that one.