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JANUARY 2015

Article about our SLR-104FR RIFLE in Tactical-Life.com website, January 14, 2015.

.. Arsenal Incís SLR-104FR Is Modeled After the Classic Russian AK-74M.. Learn more






JANUARY 2014

Article about our SAM7SF RIFLE in "Guns & Ammo" magazine, January, 2014.

.. Each SAM7SF receiver is milled from a hot-die hammer forged receiver blank by the Arsenal Co. of Bulgaria. Other milled-receiver AKs are machined from bar stock, but Arsenalís hot-die hammer forging produces stronger and finer-grained steel. Internal voids and cooling deformations are eliminated by the 5-ton hammer forging process.. order a copy






DECEMBER 2013

Article about our SAM7R RIFLE in "Guns & Ammo" magazine, December, 2013.

.. SAM7R - 7.62x39mm caliber rifle, milled receiver, chrome lined hammer forged barrel, 14mm muzzle threads, muzzle brake, cleaning rod, bayonet lug, black polymer furniture, intermediate length buttstock, scope rail,.. order a copy






OCTOBER 2013

Article about our SLR-101S RIFLE in Tactical-Life.com website, October 15, 2013.

.. The Arsenal SLR-101S is the semi-automatic, civilian version of the latest Bulgarian military rifle. .. Learn more





JUNE 2013

Article about our SAM7K PISTOL in "Guns & Ammo" magazine, March, 2013.

.. SAM7K - 7.62x39mm caliber Pistol, milled receiver (hot-die hammer forged), short gas system, front sight block / gas block combination, 10 1/2 inch chrome lined hammer forged barrel, black polymer furniture, original pistol grip made to work with ambidextrous safety lever.. order a copy






JUNE 2008

Article about our SLR-106 and SLR-107 rifles in "Small Arms Review" magazine, Vol. 62 Issue no. 15 - June, 2008.

.. Model SLR-106U with a 16.25-inch barrel and a Model SLR 107UR in short-barrel-rifle (SBR) configuration (with a barrel length of 8.5 inches), although I have been advised that the SBR is not available directly.. Read more




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SEPT. 2007

Article about our SLR-106FR in "Small Arms Review" magazine, Vol. 10 Issue no. 12 - September, 2007.

As with the other rifles in the Arsenal lineup, there is a companion model available to the SLR-106U. It is the SLR-160UR, with the letter "R" indicating the addition of a scope rail. In this case it is a riveted Warsaw Pact Scope rail, Which will not work loose and will accept an abundance of available scope mounts. Read more...




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JUN. 2007

Article about our SLR-106CR in "Small Arms Review" magazine, Vol. 10 Issue no. 9 - June, 2007.

After concluding our testing of the Arsenal SLR-106FR rifle for the February issue of Small Arms Review, we assumed we would be finished with their 5.56x45mm rifles series. That was until we received a call.. Read more...




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FEB. 2007

Article about our SLR-106FR in "Small Arms Review" magazine, Vol. 10 Issue no. 5 - February, 2007.

The latest Offering from Arsenal, Inc. is the SLR-106FR semi-automatic rifle. Chambered in the popular 5.56x45mm NATO it has undergone an extensive makeover from a traditional.. Read more...




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NOV. 2006

Article about our SLR-106 in "Shotgun News" magazine, Vol. 60 Issue no. 33 - November, 2006.

A scoped SLR-106FR and Hornady's TAP ammunition will deliver about 1 moa accuracy. Read more...




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OCT. 2005

Article about our SLR-105 in "Small Arms Review" magazine, Vol. 9 Issue no. 1 - October, 2005.

Arsenal Inc., Located in Las Vegas, Nevada, has become a benchmark for quality manufactured AK variant firearms. Their rich company background and the historic involvement of their parent company in Bulgaria over the past 127 years was chronicled on the.. Read more..




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MAY 2005

Article about our products in "Shotgun News" magazine, Vol. 59 Issue no. 12 - May, 2005.

All of these rifles have four-groove barrels with a 1:9.45 (1:240mm) right-hand twist. The chambers and bores are chrome-lined. Read more..


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NOV. 2002

Article about our products in "Small Arms Review" magazine, Vol. 6 No. 2 - November, 2002.

The first thing you will notice about the SA M7 is that every line is perfectly straight and smooth. Every piece fits perfect with others around it. Read more..