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The AR15’s come available in a wide range of configurations, which range from short carbine-length models with features such as adjustable length stocks and optical sights, to heavy barrel models. Upper receivers that incorporate barrels of different weights and lengths, and handle different caliber ammunition, abound for this rifle. They are very easily installed, due to the rifle’s modular design. The ar-15 muzzle devices, originally designed by Eugene Stoner, chief engineer at ArmaLite (a division of Fairchild Engine and Airplane Corporation), was a revolutionary design when it was first introduced. Many materials being used in that industry were incorporated into the AR design such as: plastics, aircraft grade aluminum (anodized), and other alloys, which offered strength but were much lighter than conventional materials used in firearms at the time. These developments not only saved on weight but also didn’t warp or splinter like wood.

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ARD AR-15 UPPER RECEIVER #T027

  • Low-style flattop allows use of detachable handle
  • Used by the military ejection cover assembly & forward assist.
  • Machined from 7075-T6 Forgings
  • Completely Assembled
  • Mil-Std- 1913 Rail for mounting optics and accessories
  • Laser etched T-markings for addressing the remounting of optics
  • Round Forward Assist
  • M-4 FEED RAMPS

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