G&A Madness is back and better than ever in 2014 with all-new guns and more amazing prizes. Guns & Ammo and our network partners have reviewed a lot of guns, and we’re bringing them all together so you can vote, debate and win!
How it Works
Guns & Ammo’s version of bracketology is just like the traditional NCAA basketball tournament bracket, but with a few twists.
Instead of filling out your entire bracket at once, we’re asking readers to vote in each of the six tourney rounds. The winning gun from each match-up will move on, until we have a final four of favorite firearms and eventually a champion. Here’s how the tournament breaks down:
G&A Madness begins on Mar. 18, with 64 different firearms split into four regions:
- Modern Sporting Rifles
The tournament lasts three weeks, with two rounds per week.
1st Round | 32 selections | March 18th-23rd
2nd Round | 16 selections | March 24-27th
Sweet 16 | 8 selections | March 28-31st
Elite 8 | 4 selections | April 1-3rd
Final 4 | 2 selections | April 4-7th
Champion | 1 selection | April 8-11th
How To Enter
Vote for the matchups in each round and you’ll be eligible to enter the sweepstakes for that week. Prizes will be awarded each week, and the prizes get better as the tournament progresses!
Vote, Debate & Win
On Mar. 18, weekly prizes and intense debates await. Go ahead, give it a shot—it’s not March without G&A Madness.
- <h2>LaRue Tactical Costa Edition Hybrid </h2>The Costa Edition Hybrid rifle has a number of features that make a tremendous amount of tactical sense. My favorite features of the Hybrid rifle are the barrel length, handguard length and placement of the muzzle device. A carbine should be as short as possible, and the decision to shorten the barrel as much as possible so that it just makes the 16-inch legal limit once the muzzle device is pinned into place is awesome. <p></p> <a href="http://www.gunsandammo.com/reviews/larue-tactical-costa-edition-hybrid-review/#ixzz2lPe2Z6qX" target="_blank">Read the full review</a>