RISE Armament

Rise Armament's roots are in manufacturing, machining and fabricating for the oil and aerospace industries to be exact.

In their own words...

We're machinists, engineers, executives. Hog hunters, target shooters, coyote killers. Some of us are veterans. All of us are patriots, Americans to the core. We're God-fearing, country-loving, down-to-earth folks who take pride in providing TIER 1 products to our fellow countrymen. We work hard. We play hard. Our values run deep.
In the past, we would shoot and build a few guns when we got the chance.

While Rise Armament, like First Texas Tactical, is a rifle manufacturer... They also machine, gun parts and accessories, some of the industry’s best triggers, compensators, barrels, receivers, rails, and more.

With a top notch team and their committment to quality and success, Texas Gun Builders began using their triggers and compensators in some of our builds.

RISE launched by doing contract manufacturing for other gun companies. But having bigger ideas, and knowing they could create something better. They started their own brand. They began by designing rifles and accessories They'd always wanted, and then refined their designs by engineering them to make shooting easier.

By focusing on quality and design... they love making products that make better shooters.
But more importantly, by using their guns like customers do. They make better products because of it. It’s a difference you’ll notice the second you pull a RISE trigger.

It’s a difference you’ll notice at an icy 3-Gun match when other rifles are failing, and the ones using RISE components are still performing perfectly. It’s a difference you’ll notice each time you use a RISE product.

And while they may sound arrogant. They’re okay with that. They prefer to think of it as confidence. In fact, they’re so confident in what they do that they offer the RISE Guarantee. If a customer isn’t happy with a RISE product, he or she can return it within 30 days for a full refund—even if they’ve shot it. That might not be the industry standard. But then again, neither are they.