Was Expecting “Stack Overflow”. Or Would That Be Double Stack?

I was looking at Ruger’s entry into the, apparently not yet saturated, AR market.  It’s a Ruger and piston driven, so it’s probably as solid as concrete bunker.  Its function is not my quandary.

I clicked on the Accessories Page.  It lists 13 products in two uneven columns.  IT’S AN AR!  Line 14 should have been “et al…,” or, “knock yourself out,” or possibly, “Dude… IT’S AN AR!  Have fun!” 

I would have started saving for one on the spot, if line 14 would have been, “Please Pimp Responsibly!” 

Oh, the missed marketing opportunities.


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