Welcome to the site. This site is for the shooter and fan of the Colt AR-15 Sporter and its clones. Whether you want to build your own AR-15 by selecting and installing every single part yourself or just do some simple upgrades like replacing the trigger or adding a caliber conversion kit AR15Tactical.net is for you. For the purpose of this site our primary focus will be on topics related to the AR15 based on the 5.56 NATO/.223 Remington and caliber conversions that are compatible with a 5.56 based lower receiver. This will include rimfire,handgun,6.8 SPC and .458 Socom calibers. AR type rifles based on the .308/7.62 sized receiver are being handled by our sister sites 308AR.com and it's forum
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MAGPUL PMAGS For Sale at Airsoft Atlanta. Today January 31 2013 6:50pm Airsoft Atlanta has Magpul Gen 3, Gen 4 Pmags available for purchase. There is a 5 mag limit and orders over $177 ship free.Get them while you can.
I have had ADORAMA as an advertiser for years on a non shooting website I operate. Their selection of shooting related accessories and optics is growing by leaps and bounds, so much that I though it time to share with visitors to this site. Adorama features LEUPOLD SCOPES, VORTEX SCOPES, NIGHTFORCE SCOPS, ELCAN SIGHTS to name a few. Visit ADORAMA and see for yourself.
The much anticapated third generation Magpul Pmags are finally release to market and Magpul in unquiet fashion is releasing a series of videos bashing USGI magazines. The standard Gen 3 magazines are available here now. The Gen 3 30 round window magazines are available for preorder.
Source:(Combatrifle.net)After years in the relative darkness of R&D and special projects, Bill Moll of Tactical Armz, (a division of Lutheriecorp Inc.), announces the launch of their civilian consumer products group at www.tacticalarmz.com .
Primarily involved in firearms suppressor and weapons systems research and development for military and law enforcement applications, Moll is convinced that the American consumer can, and should, be able to acquire very high quality, and yet very affordable NFA firearms and suppressors for personal use.
“With state of the art computer aided technology”, Moll says, “economy of scale is maximized while very tight tolerances can be held easily”. Going on, “There is absolutely no reason why a highly efficient, and superior quality can needs to cost an arm and a leg.”
Tactical Armz produces sound suppressors in all of the most common calibers starting at an MSRP of $225. and offers custom, one off, work as well.
I have had my eye on the AIMPOINT PATROL RIFLE OPTIC since it was announced it would be available to consumers. Finally available in quantity I decided to purchase an AIMPOINT PRO unit for my .45acp AR15 project for AR15TACTICAL.COM. The AIMPOINT PRO appealed to me for a few reasons. The first being price. At $400 with an included mount it's priced only slightly higher than inexpensive knockoffs, 2 MOA dot, the AIMPOINT PRO with the removal of a spacer has the ability to co-witness with BUIS, It's NIGHT VISION compatible, 3 year battery life when left on. It's my opinion that the AIMPOINT PRO is the best value in non magnified red dot sights at this time.
As a sidebar my aging eyes are showing signs that EOTech sights wont be working out much longer for me. The AIMPOINT PRO will be a suitable and lower cost alternative.
Pre election jitters are reverberating through the already busy gun industry. In case you missed the news RUGER currently has a one million unit back order and is no longer accepting orders.
"Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. (NYSE: RGR), announced today that for the first quarter 2012, the Company has received orders for more than one million units.
Therefore, the Company has temporarily suspended the acceptance of new orders."
A quick trip to your favorite online retailer will quickly reveal that all things AR-15 are flying out the door as is low to mid priced bulk ammunition. Most notably are lower parts kits, magazines, Magpul products, bolt carrier groups and barrels.
Also worth noting is that price gouging is taking place at some retailers. I have seen ammunition go up several dollars per box over night. I saw Armalite lower parts kits being sold for almost double what Armalite charges. Probably explains why Armalite has no stock.
Since deciding to go with a PICATINNY RAILED GAS BLOCK for the 300AAC BLACKOUT BUILD I realized it had been a while since I looked at the available options for GAS BLOCK FRONT SIGHTS and SIGHT TOWERS. I decided to post my research here. Probably take a bit of time to go through all the options but to date the groundwork and explanations are in place.
The first AR-15 build of this site is reaching the finale'. All that's left is a decision as to what optics and bipod will be used. So far I'm leaning towards a Zeiss Conquest with a Rapid Z varmint reticule and a GG&G Bipod. Click here to read the details of the AR-15 build.
(Geneseo, IL) ArmaLite, Inc. is pleased to announce the AR-10A. This new option of the famous AR-10 will accept traditional ArmaLite “waffle” magazines and some 3rd party magazines.
ArmaLite customers asked for a choice, and that’s just what we’ve provided.
The AR-10A family of ArmaLite® firearms is functionally identical to our AR-10B family. Operation, controls, and maintenance are the same. However, the AR-10A family is designed to accept early ArmaLite AR-10 “Waffle” magazines and good quality magazines copied from them, instead of ArmaLite’s proprietary aluminum magazines that are used in our AR-10B family. Neither family of firearms will function correctly with the other family’s magazines.
We have tested, we recommend, and we ship polymer Magpul PMAG® 20LR magazines with our AR-10As. Other similar derivative magazines such as the KAC, M110, and DPMS / Remington 19 round magazines may fit and may function, but we have not tested them so we can’t assess their reliability. You can purchase extra PMAG®s from our website, www.armalite.com.
The first members of the AR-10A family are the AR-10 Super SASS and the AR-10 A4 Carbine. Both will be formally introduced to the public on Tuesday, January 17th at the 2012 SHOT Show in Las Vegas. If you will be attending SHOT, please visit us at Booth 11771.
ArmaLite has one of the broadest product lines in the firearms industry. We manufacture and sell semiautomatic rifles in a variety of calibers including 5.56mm and 7.62mm, long range super-accurate bolt action rifles in calibers including .308 Winchester, .300 Winchester Magnum, .338 Lapua, 50 BMG, and classic 9mm pistols. Visit ArmaLite at www.armalite.com.
ArmaLite Introduces Its New High Profile Scope Mount Assembly
“A welcome advance in firearms ergonomics”
(Geneseo, IL) ArmaLite engineers conducted a study to see what height scope mount gives shooters the best sight picture possible. The answer is our new 1" & 30mm mounts that are 1.45" to the center of the optic, an increase of .2". This ArmaLite engineered & manufactured scope mount is a most welcome advance in firearms ergonomics.
ArmaLite has one of the broadest product lines in the firearms industry. We manufacture and sell semiautomatic rifles in a variety of calibers including 5.56mm and 7.62mm, long range super-accurate bolt action rifles in calibers including .308 Winchester, .300 Winchester Magnum, .338 Lapua, and 50 BMG, and classic 9mm pistols.
In the crowded firearms marketplace folks are always wondering why the should buy brand "X" over brand "Y". Armalite has decided on a regular basis to spell out 101 reasons why you should choose them over the competition. Next installment will complete the list. For now go here and see 90 reasons why you should buy an Armalite.
ArmaLite’s “History of Innovation” continues! The originator of the AR platform has turned its popular M-15 SPR Mod 1 system into a “Family of Calibers.”
ArmaLite’s Mod 1 carbine started as a .223/5.56mm carbine built around a revolutionary one-piece upper receiver/rail system with exclusive detachable side and bottom rails.
This year, ArmaLite goes a step further, introducing the SPR Mod 1 6.8mm SPC II and the SPR Mod 1 7.62X39mm. Both mid-length carbines continue the “ArmaLite Standard of Excellence.”
ArmaLite’s SPR Mod 1 6.8 is especially well-suited to hunting. It is powerful enough to meet the minimum energy requirements of many states for taking medium sized game such as deer. At the same time, the 6.8mm is lighter than the 7.62×51, reducing the weight of ammunition carried into the field. As part of the AR-platform family, this carbine is also more versatile and ergonomic than traditional hunting models. The Mod 1 6.8mm is built with the ArmaLite-developed mid-length handguard and gas system to provide the best in form and function.
ArmaLite’s SPR Mod 1 7.62X39mm provides all the flexibility of the Mod 1’s one piece upper receiver/rail system but now for the world’s most available cartridge. The original AK-47 was built to use this cartridge.
Now, enthusiasts of the 7.62X39 won’t have to settle for less than the best: a true ArmaLite carbine. The ArmaLite designed mid-length handguard and gas tube technology provides an optimal gas pulse to power the 16″ system so reliability is never an issue.
More on the SPR Mod 1 platform:
The SPR Mod 1 is forged, one-piece upper receiver/rail system with exclusive detachable side and bottom rails.
In true ArmaLite fashion, the SPR Mod 1 is like no other on the market. With other one-piece systems, you’re stuck forever with the rails you get at purchase, and stuck with their limits.
But ArmaLite knows you and your firearm often have more than one mission, and you want options. ArmaLite gives you just that. The SPR Mod 1′s three o’clock, six o’clock, and nine o’clock rails are detachable. That’s right, you can change your 1913 rails to fit your changing needs for sights… lights…lasers…grips…or swivels.
ArmaLite takes that versatility even further. Each SPR Mod 1 comes with extra rails standard, at no extra cost. We give you a 1913 rail with quick detachable sling swivel hole. Each rifle comes with a low insert for when you need a bare rail with a low profile. There’s also a plain insert with a quick detach sling swivel hole. And there is a half plain, half Picatinny rail as well. Changing your rails…your add-ons…and your SPR Mod 1… is as easy as turning a torx wrench.
Ingenious versatility isn’t the only reason you’ll want an SPR Mod 1. Its one-piece construction offers you a continuous optic platform (COP). There’s no gap to bridge between receiver and upper rail when you’re installing your scope or sights. This one-piece construction also gives the sighting platform extra rigidity. It’s a good, strong backbone. That means your sights will stay zeroed in the most trying conditions.
The SPR Mod 1 typifies the “ArmaLite Standard of Excellence.” With us, quality comes standard. There’s no extra charge for: the SPR Mod 1′s chrome lined, chrome moly vanadium steel barrel; its two-stage tactical trigger; the patented, extra strength steel bolt assembly; or the hard coated finish. These are all things that the other companies consider options at an added cost.
The introduction of the new ArmaLite SPR Mod 1 is truly a new chapter in our history of innovation and our dedication to the quality you deserve.
March 3 2012 - Since posting this I have learned that this is in fact a Wilson Rogers SUPER STOC and have since purchased two.
Colt Defense LLC, is pleased to introduce the new Colt® Super-Stoc and announce that it is making the new, leading-edge technology buttstock standard issue on select Colt AR and M4 rifles sold into the domestic commercial and law enforcement markets. The new Colt Super-Stoc, designed by Bill Rogers, will be available later this month.
“Since 1836, Colt has been committed to offering nothing but the highest quality products to each and every customer,” said David Ridley, vice president, Colt Defense. “With the new Colt Super-Stoc, we continue to deliver on that tradition by pairing one of the most advanced stocks available with the best rifle in the world.”
Colt Defense and Bill Rogers have teamed up to engineer the most advanced, third generation of the Super-Stoc, using innovative technologies and proprietary materials. Designed to be as lightweight as possible while maintaining durability, the Colt Super-Stoc weighs 6.56 ounces, ranking it among the lightest stocks available. The stock is designed specifically for the new Colt rifles to give an unequaled fit and survivability during the most extreme conditions.
“The Colt Super-Stoc is one of the lightest, strongest and most secure collapsible stocks for the M4/AR series of weapons,” said Bill Rogers, chief shooting instructor, Rogers Shooting School. “Our partnership with Colt was a no-brainer. We want the highest quality rifle in the world to be outfitted with the world’s newest and most technologically advanced stocks available.”
A unique Cam-Lock system is a new design feature that, when operated, securely locks onto the buffer tube like a solid stock. This Cam-Lock system completely removes any slop or play commonly inherent with aftermarket collapsible stocks as well as eliminating any movement due to wear. The Cam-Lock lever also features a convenient reversible design, enabling the user to customize his or her stock to suit the desired preference. Other features include a removable recoil pad, sling loop, quick detach swivel sling mount and Quick Release lever which unlocks the Cam-Lock and indexing pin with one motion.
The original M4 buttstock will still be made available to commercial and law enforcement customers by Colt Defense. For more information on the new Colt Super-Stoc or Colt’s classic M4 stock, please visit Colt.com.
Colt is making available a new buttstock they’ve recently developed. It represents a third-generation of buttstock technology and was developed in partnership with renowned shooting instructor, Bill Rogers. Colt’s new Colt Super-Stoc is available this month and features numerous improvements over similar buttstocks, listed below.
Fit – Performs like a solid stock -
A unique Cam-lock system securely locks the stock on the buffer tube and removes the slot or play that is all too common in aftermarket collapsible stocks.
Even with features such as a recoil pad, sling loop, Quick Release level and Cam-Lock system, the Colt Super-Stoc is on of the lightest buttstocks on the market.
Additional Features -
Removable recoil pad, sling loop, quick detach swivel sling mount, Cam-Lock system, Quick Release lever
BROWNELLS BEGINS AMMUNITION SALES
I have waited a long time for this day. Click the banner below for the current specials.
Check out the video of my favorite charging handle.
JP RIFLES PSC-11 Side-Charge Upper Receiver Kit
I am really thinking I need to build a rifle around the JP PSC-11. I am actually considering a complete upper or rifle. Somebody stop me.
Since its introduction at SHOT Show 2011, our dual-charging PSC-11 platform has become a true hit. Integrating the popular side-charge system of the LRP-07 and SCR-11 platforms into a machined-from-billet receiver that doesn’t sacrifice any of the functionality or compatibility of a standard Mil-spec upper has made the PSC-11 the best-of-both-worlds option for the all-out tactical market. Now, for the home rifle builder, we’re making this platform available as a complete upper receiver kit including:
PSC-11™ upper receiver
Ejection port cover and hardware
Forward assist and hardware
Top- and side-charging systems
Full Mass JP Bolt Carrier
JP EnhancedBolt™ group (including bolt, cam pin, firing pin and firing pin retaining pin)
This kit assembles exactly like a standard forged upper with the simple addition of the side-charge handle, which slips into place as easily as a standard T-handle. If you can build an upper, you can build your own PSC-11 and tap the potential yourself.
Over on my 308AR.com forum MechArmor the folks behind the TacOps-1 Charging Handle and Battle Arms Development the makers of the BAD A.S.S Ambidextrous Safety Selector are new active members of the 308AR.com forum and are offering some forum special pricing. Check it out here.
Bits & Pieces
A few ups and downs in the past few days. The down or should I say bad news is that the state of CT has passed a law that will eliminate nearly all of the funding for my sites. All in the name of collecting taxes from Amazon.com.
The good news: I was contacted by the fine folks at Mecharmor who kindly pointed out that I have an out dated image of the Tacops charging handle. Mecharmor is loaning me two for photographic purposes, one for 308 AR and the other for AR-15. I look forward to getting these in hand. They are becoming all the rage for 3 gun shooters.
Visitors to this site might be interested in some of these items:
SAMSON FIELD SURVIVOR TOOL - Folding Multi tool that fits in a MAGPUL PISTOL GRIP
FREE FLOAT HANDGUARD and QUADRAIL
SAMSON GRIP CLAW - Another cool tool for the pistol grip that features large knife
BUIS and SIGHTS
and much more. Poke around the Samson site and post feed back at the 308AR.com forum in the link above.
I'm often asked "can I convert my AR-15 to .308?" The standard answer is no because folks are usually referring to the .308 Winchester cartridge which is too long for an AR-15 receiver to accept. Well because of new ammunition developments it has become a little more of a grey area. There are now two new cartridges on the market that are a .30 caliber .308 bullet in case of similar dimension to the 5.56 NATO/.223 Remington. The first is the REMINGTON 300 AAC BLACKOUT. The great thing about the 300 blackout is it's compatibility with Mil spec AR-15 hardware. The only change the weapon needs is a new barrel. The 300 AAC BLACKOUT uses a mil spec AR-15 bolt and your favorite AR-15 magazine.
The other new cartridge 7.62x40WT is from WILSON COMBAT. While similar to the 300 AAC BLACKOUT in addition to a new barrel it also requires a slightly modified AR-15 magazine.
We are getting so many questions regarding these two calibers we decided to add a section for each on the 308AR.comforum.
DO NOT ORDER C PRODUCTS LLC MAGAZINES FROM THEIR ONLINE STORE
C PRODUCTS is currently in turmoil and in different hands. Some of the store links are still active. DO NOT ORDER DIRECTLY FROM C PRODUCTS LLC. You will never receive your order. The former owners of C Products are promising a return to the business as a new business very shortly.
Brownells has just delivered the much anticipated AR-15/M16 catalog #6 and it doesn't disappoint. The catalog features many items not yet listed on their web site. You can order one free right here. You might as well grab the Law Enforcement catalog too. Click the image for ordering info for all their catalogs.
Available now from Wilson Combat - The 7.62x40 WT (Wilson Tactical) is an all new powerful .30 caliber cartridge solution for the standard AR-15 rifle platform that is inherently accurate, low recoil and only requires one unique part - a new barrel.
The 7.62x40 WT works with all other standard pattern 5.56 AR components and is completely reliable with the new Lancer® L5 AWM magazines as modified by Wilson Combat.
The wide range of available .30 caliber hunting bullets makes the 7.62x40 WT an ideal choice for hunting of medium to large size game with the downrange ballistic performance only a .30 Caliber projectile can deliver. Experienced shooters will be pleased by the match grade accuracy and terminal effectiveness and energy easily exceeding the 7.62x39 Russian, while novice shooters will appreciate the mild recoil and low report.
Tactical shooters looking for a hard hitting, fast handling, practical .30 Caliber AR-15 service carbine will find the 7.62x40 WT a viable alternative to the 5.56x45 for self defense and law enforcement applications. With 18/19 or 28/29 round capacity using Wilson Combat modified Lancer® L5 AWM 5.56 magazines, maximum firepower is retained. The 7.62x40 WT cartridge is based on a standard Lake City 5.56x45 NATO/.223 cartridge case that goes through a simple shortening and reforming operation to achieve appropriate cartridge dimensions. Wilson Combat has everything you need to fully support this caliber.
To the dismay of the Brady Campaign and other gun ban groups, President Barack Obama didn’t address gun control during his State of the Union address on January 25th. However, Newsweek reports that “in the next two weeks, the White House will unveil a new gun-control effort,” and that the White House confirms, “Obama will address the gun issue in a separate speech, likely early next month.” According to Newsweek, Obama believes that gun laws have been “too loose for much longer than just the past few weeks” following the murders in Tucson, Arizona.
Precisely what President Obama might have in mind is uncertain. His post-election transition website advocated reimposing the expired federal “assault weapon” ban, but that ban would clearly be irrelevant in the wake of a shooting that involved a firearm not covered by the old ban.
The President, a long-time gun control supporter, has been conspicuously silent on gun control restrictions since taking office. Unfortunately, the same cannot be said of the anti-gun groups prodding him to support their agendas. Mayors Against Illegal Guns, which sent the President a long list of gun control recommendations in August of 2009, is proposing that all private sales of firearms be subject to checks through the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS)—which would have been irrelevant in Tucson, since the accused killer acquired his guns from a dealer. MAIG is also calling for “fixing” NICS. Among the many “fixes” the group has in mind is that “people who have been suspended or expelled from a federally funded college or university because of mental illness” and “people who are compelled by a court to take medication for mental illness or to get other mental health care” would be prohibited from possessing firearms. MAIG also proposes to extend the prohibition to anyone who has had a drug-related arrest, a failed drug test, an admission of drug use, or a drug-related conviction within the previous five years.
Concurrently, the Brady Campaign is throwing its support behind H.R. 308—the “more than 10 round” magazine ban introduced by Rep. Carolyn McCarthy (D-N.Y.)—and asks the group’s supporters to sign a petition urging “a few basic steps,” with neither the “steps” nor the intended recipient of the petition disclosed (to read a detailed fact sheet on H.R. 308, please click here).
The Violence Policy Center, which guided McCarthy in crafting her magazine ban bill, is supporting it with yet another of its countless “analyses”-- Accessories to Murder: High-Capacity Magazines—and a similar effort directed against the type of pistol used in Tucson. The VPC uses the opportunity to suggest, as it often does, that gun ownership is fading, by referring to standard magazines for self-defense handguns as a marketing tool the firearm industry uses to appeal to “its shrinking customer base.” That's an interesting argument to hear from a group that has no members, while the number of guns possessed by Americans increases year after year.
The Coalition to Stop Gun Violence—VPC leader Josh Sugarmann’s employer back when the group was known as the National Coalition to Ban Handguns—advocates not merely running NICS checks on gun buyers, but “investigating” them as well. The group also insists that the Tucson shooting was the result of “insurrectionist rhetoric” the group blames on conservatives, various politicians, and the five justices who joined the Supreme Court’s Heller decision—rather than being the act of one deranged individual, as all available evidence suggests.
And, in a return to his modus operandi of vilifying gun shows and the purchase of firearms by show attendees, this week anti-gun Senator Frank Lautenberg (D-N.J.), introduced legislation to “establish background check procedures for gun shows.” As usual, this bill is not about gun shows. Rather, S. 35 is the latest rendition in a long line of Lautenberg-introduced bills that are nothing more than “solutions” in search of a problem. Numerous government studies have determined that gun shows are an insignificant source of firearms misused in crime.
Which, if any, of these proposals and theories will get the president’s endorsement remains to be seen. But gun owners should be prepared: The second two years of President Obama’s term may be tougher than the first.
Several months ago I purchased a 4 MOA Aimpoint Comp M2 from SKD Tactical. It's been sitting by just waiting for a mount. Well for Christmas the little woman was sweet and bought me a Larue Tactical LT-129 QD Mount (from SKD Tactical)designed specifically for the Aimpoint Comp M2. I think the combination is tough to beat. Right now my plan is to mount the unit on my FS2000.
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Fountain Valley, CA -- SureFire, LLC, manufacturer of high-end illumination tools and tactical products, is proud to announce the release of its hi-capacity 60- and 100-round (STANAG 4179) aluminum magazines for .223/5.56mm NATO M4/M16/AR15-style firearms. These new high-capacity magazines (HCMs)—dubbed the MAG5-60 and MAG5-100—are designed to provide military units with an overwhelming tactical advantage in the delivery of firepower.
“In the current wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, ambushes are commonplace, and the outcome is often determined in the first 30 seconds,” said Don Alexander, SureFire’s Director of Military Sales and retired Special Forces operator with six combat tours. “Firepower and the ability to stay in the fight are key. These magazines will reduce soldier vulnerability by keeping them in the fight for longer periods of time, with less downtime spent on reloads.”
In battle, it typically takes the average soldier four seconds to reload his weapon and reacquire a target, valuable time that could be spent engaging threat targets. At best, 30-round magazines allow a soldier to fire no more than 150 rounds in 30 seconds. SureFire’s 60-round high-cap magazine increases that figure to 240 rounds; its 100-rounder to 293 rounds. And both will support military units planning to incorporate full-auto firepower to more of their operators.
SureFire HCMs easily and securely fit into the host weapon, with the bolt closed, when loaded with the maximum round count. The design of the magazine takes into account the allowable tolerances of cartridges manufactured to NATO and SAAMI specifications. A 4×2 quad-stack configuration features a revolutionary internal spring and follower system designed to be more reliable than current standard MILSPEC USGI 30-round magazines. This proprietary internal design also allows SureFire HCMs to be stored indefinitely while fully loaded, in preparation for deployment, which means individual units can be issued ammo supply crates with pre-loaded magazines instead of empty mags and ammo cans, another potential lifesaving benefit in critical-response situations.
The MAG5-60 will fit into most nylon pouches with Velcro® cover flaps intended to hold two standard 30-round magazines, but double magazine pouches with stitched partitions may require some alteration. Both the 60- and 100-round HCMs can be disassembled for periodic cleaning or as required. The magazine floor plate can be easily removed from the body using a punch, the tip of a cartridge, or a variety of common tools.
SureFire HCMs are the result of an entirely new division at SureFire, in partnership with L. James Sullivan and Bob Waterfield of Arm West, LLC. Mr. Sullivan is best known for co-developing the Armalite AR-15/M16 (M16A1) rifle and the original 20-round 5.56mm box magazine. They will be assembled and distributed by SureFire’s new Reno, Nevada, facility, the company’s first venture outside of Southern California, and will initially be available only from authorized SureFire dealers in states without any HCM regulations. Processes are also being developed for dealers in locations that do have HCM regulations, including California, Hawaii, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, Ohio, and Washington, D.C. MSRP is $129 for the 60-round magazine and $179 for the 100-rounder, with orders expected to begin shipping in March of 2011.
Located in Fountain Valley, California, SureFire is a leading manufacturer of high-performance flashlights, weapon-mounted lights, and other tactical equipment for those who go in harm’s way, or anyone who demands the ultimate in quality, innovation, and performance. SureFire illumination tools are used by more SWAT teams and elite special operations groups than any other brand. SureFire is an ISO 9001-2008 certified company.
Here's something you don't see every day. An off the shelf Flat Dark Earth QD Scope Mount. The Noveske Rifleworks FDE Quick Detach Extended cantilever mount provides plenty of eye relief to mount a 30mm scope, or position a magnifier, night vision device, or other sighting accessory behind the main optic. Two quick-release levers clamp to a flattop receiver rail with unique cam action for a tight hold during recoil. Depress the locking tabs, swing both levers open, and the mount easily lifts off the rifle. Cross bars can be adjusted to fit almost any Picatinny or Weaver-style rail, including over- or under-sized commercial rails. Levers may be positioned to open to the front or the rear to suit the operator’s preference. Five, heavy duty steel hex head screws (three on top, two on bottom) clamp the 30mm vertically split ring halves together.
Sturm, Ruger & Company, Inc. announces the availability of three, AR-style upper receiver assemblies featuring the innovative two-stage, piston driven performance of the SR-556® family. These rugged and reliable SR-556 piston driven uppers run cleaner, cooler, and are easier to maintain than traditional gas driven systems, offering significantly improved reliability. SR-556 upper assemblies will be available through firearms retailers and ShopRuger.com.
Now all AR owners can enjoy the features of the SR-556 platform, including the patent pending two-stage piston driven operating system that provides a smooth power delivery stroke to the action and vents combustion residue out of the bottom of the gas block. The four-position adjustable gas regulator allows the operator to tune the rifle to specific ammunition and rifle conditions, minimizing recoil and maximizing reliability and long-term endurance. Reliability is further enhanced by a one-piece bolt carrier with an integral transfer key. Designed for long-lasting accuracy, the chrome lined barrels are cold hammer-forged from Mil-Spec 41V45 Chrome-Moly-Vanadium steel.
The standard SR-556 upper chambered in 5.56 mm NATO/.223 features a heavy contour, 16.1″ barrel with a 1:9 twist rate, and is capped with a Mini-14/SR-556 flash suppressor mounted on 1/2-28 threads. A one-piece, ten-inch quad rail handguard provides ample room for mounting sights, optics and accessories. Made exclusively for Ruger, this SR-556-specific handguard is pinned to the upper receiver, creating a near-monolithic upper receiver assembly and providing a rugged mounting system for the piston driven transfer rod.
A carbine-length version of the popular SR-556 two-stage, piston driven AR-style upper is also available. The carbine upper features a heavy contour, fluted barrel that is 1-3/4″ shorter and a half-pound lighter than the barrel on the standard SR-556. The 1:9 twist rate, 16.1″ barrel on the carbine features an integrally machined flash suppressor, which minimizes the overall length of the barrel while complying with ATF regulations for civilian and commercial sales. This carbine version maintains the mid-length gas system and heavy (.850″) barrel contour under the handguard, but the barrel is fluted for weight reduction and to promote barrel cooling.
Those seeking to equip their modern rifle with ample power for hunting medium-sized game or greater muzzle and downrange energy capability for defensive or tactical roles can select an upper chambered in the capable 6.8 SPC caliber. The SR-556/6.8 features upper features a heavy contour, 1:10 twist barrel with a standard SAAMI 6.8 SPC chambering. The chrome-lined, cold hammer-forged barrel is 16.12″ long, is threaded 5/8-24, and is capped with the effective and distinctive Mini-14/SR-556 flash suppressor.
All three uppers are equipped with folding, back-up iron sights. These rugged, high-quality sights Co-witness with Mil-Spec optics, and are easily removed or replaced. The sights can be folded down with the push of a button, or quickly flipped up with your thumbs. The windage adjustable rear sight includes an instantly converted short and long-range aperture, and the protected front sight is elevation adjustable.
Durability and performance of the SR-556 is enhanced with the use of high-performance finishes: The barrel and gas block are chrome lined, while the piston, bolt, bolt carrier, and extractor are chrome plated. The piston driven transfer rod is electroless nickel/Teflon coated. The flash hider and the exterior of the barrel, gas block, and regulator are manganese phosphate coated. All aluminum parts are Mil-Spec hard coat anodized.
The SR-556 rifle and carbine uppers chambered in 5.56mm NATO are shipped with three, thirty-round Magpul PMAG™ magazines. These lightweight magazines feature a storage/dust cover, a stainless steel spring, and a self-lubricating, anti-tilt follower. The 6.8 SPC chambered upper is shipped with one five-round magazine and two twenty-five round magazines. Three rail covers, provided with each upper, provide a comfortable ergonomic hold when carrying or shooting. All Uppers are shipped in a padded carry case that features the Ruger logo, hook-and-loop fasteners to stabilize the rifle within the case, and internal magazine pockets.
For more information on the cooler cleaner performing AR uppers from Ruger, or to learn more about the extensive line of Ruger firearms, visit Ruger.com. To find accessories for the SR-556 Uppers or other Ruger firearms, visit ShopRuger.com.
The new X7 is the 7th “next generation” of continually improved AR-15 by NGA. As is by now an NGA trademark, ceramic coatings are applied to the entire inside and outside of the gun for permanent, oil-free lubrication, easy cleanup and total corrosion-proofing resulting in 4 beautiful two-tone color schemes. The ceramics have been improved for lower friction in the X7. Nextgenerationarms.com; (208) 714-4220
• 6.6lb weight, 7075 T6 billet lower receiver and forend
• ergonomic design for improved operator performance
• continuous flat top MS1913 rail
• 4 stainless steel, polygonal rifled barrel options, all sub MOA
• faster, more reliable magazine reloading with low friction,
flared mag well and new design mag catch
• improved buffer system with engineered, stronger, long-life
chrome-silicon spring with increased operating margin
• sound and flash reduced, neutral muzzle flip compensator
• price: $1950 - $2810 (depending on options)
• warranty: guaranteed for your lifetime
The newest edition of ArmaLite’s popular catalog is available on-line and in hard copy.
(Geneseo, IL) ArmaLite, Inc.® is pleased to announce that its new 2011 catalog is now available on line here. The new catalog features the latest in ArmaLite's fine quality firearms and accessories including many new third party items from top level manufacturers like MAGPUL and TRIJICON. You may also order a hard copy of the ArmaLite catalog by calling 800-336-0184 or by visiting Armalite and following the instructions.
ArmaLite has one of the broadest product lines in the firearms industry. We manufacture and sell semiautomatic rifles in a variety of calibers including 5.56mm and 7.62mm, long range super-accurate bolt action rifles in calibers including .308 Winchester, .300 Winchester Magnum, .338 Lapua, and 50 BMG, and classic 9mm pistols. Visit us at www.armalite.com.
Brownells Stripped, A3-style upper receiver is precision machined from a 7075 T6 aluminum alloy forging to USGI dimensions, ready to mate with the mil-spec lower and internal components of your choice. Includes M4-type feed cuts and alphanumeric position markers stamped into the rail slots. Extra hard 7075 T6 alloy offers superb strength to handle the battering of thousands of firing cycles. Hardcoat anodized to resist wear, add strength, and protect from corrosion. Hard dry-lube surface treatment protects the anodizing from scuffs and reduces friction between bolt carrier and receiver walls for ultra-smooth operation, less wear, and longer service life. Matte black finish matches most factory upper receiver and barrel finishes. Logos will not fade or wear off. Available with Rifleman’s Creed or Zombie Hunter logo.
Two-piece machined steel muzzle brake employs an adjustable, push-down, spring-tensioned, rotating cover design with three port hole sizes to choose from to direct combustion gases upward to virtually eliminate muzzle rise and felt recoil. Enables fast, accurate follow-up shots in semi-auto mode and superb control in full auto. Designed by Greg Carlson especially for reloading enthusiasts who enjoy experimenting with different powder weights, bullet grains, and loads for increased velocities and shooting performance. Cover is selectable for either a large, medium or small gas vent port by depressing the knurled selector cylinder and aligning port and cover hole; release cover to activate locking pin mechanism. Gas escapes upward to counteract upward force on the muzzle without directing concussion and noise back at the shooter. Solid bottom prevents kicking up dust signature when shooting prone.
Nikon M-223 Honored With Field & Stream "Best Of The Best" Award
The Nikon M-223 2-8x32 rifles cope was put through a vigorous test by a Field & Stream panel of judges and awarded "Best of the Best" for 2010. The staff of testers agreed the M-223 is innovative and the absolute best in optics.
Recognizing the popularity of AR rifles, Nikon has developed a new line of Riflescope's built to deliver extreme speed, accuracy and shooting confidence. The M-223 line offers five new Riflescope's, all engineered for the .223 Rem./5.56mm NATO round with 55-grain polymer tipped bullet with a muzzle velocity of 3240fps. With Nikon's latest reticle and adjustment technologies, the M-223 integrates the same level of quality as the flagship Monarch Riflescope's.
"Field & Stream's "Best of the Best" recognizes outstanding products in our industry," said Jon LaCorte, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Nikon Sport Optics. "We are thrilled our M-223 Series was selected as Field & Stream 2010's "Best of the Best."
The 2-8x32 is available with Nikon's all new BDC 600 reticle or the Nikoplex reticle with Nikon's new Rapid Action Turret system; both are ballistically matched to the 223 Rem. round and offer unprecedented speed in dialing-in your shots for virtually any known distance-from 0 to 600 yards.
The M-223 2-8x32 comes standard with Nikon's Anti Reflective Device (ARD) to eliminate objective lens glare. MSRP is $349.95 for the 2-8x32 with BDC 600 reticle and $329.95 for the 2-8x32 with Nikoplex reticle.
Nikon Inc. is the U.S. distributor of Nikon sports and recreational optics, world-renowned Nikon 35mm cameras, digital cameras, speedlights and accessories, Nikkor lenses and electronic imaging products.
For more information on Nikon's full line of Riflescope's, Binoculars, Spotting Scopes, Field Scopes and Laser Rangefinders, please contact: Nikon Sport Optics, 1300 Walt Whitman Rd., Melville, NY 11747-3064, or call 1-800-645-6687
My good buddy Rob turned me on to an amazing group buy over at arfcom. The group buy was taken care of by the fine folks at SKDTactical. If you happen to be familiar with the Aimpoint CompM2 you probably know that it costs $475 just about everywhere. Well the purchasing power of this group buy allowed SKD Tactical sell the Aimpoint CompM2 for $380 delivered. I received my unit in less than a week. Of course now I'm not certain whether I'm going to use the Aimpoint CompM2 on an existing gun such as my FS2000, the AR-15 from the Sporter project or on the new 6.8 SPC II build. Regardless It will be going in a Larue Mount. Pictures and a review will follow shortly.
Ruger SR556 Chambered in 6.8 SPCII
Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc. (NYSE:RGR) is pleased to announce the new Ruger SR-556/6.8, a new chambering in the popular SR-556 two-stage, piston-driven, AR-Style rifle. The new SR-556/6.8 brings the power and downrange authority of the 6.8 SPC cartridge in a two-stage piston rifle that runs cooler and cleaner than traditional gas-driven, AR-style rifles.
Packaged with one five-round magazine and two twenty-five round magazines, the SR-556/6.8 is an ideal hunting rifle for those who appreciate the versatility of the customizable and ergonomic AR-style platform. The 6.8 SPC has ample power for hunting medium-sized game, and the greater muzzle and downrange energy enhances the capability of the SR-556 in defensive or tactical roles as well.
The SR-556/6.8 retains all the features of the original SR-556® that make it an outstanding value in the AR-style rifles. The patent-pending, two-stage piston delivers a smooth power stroke to the one-piece bolt carrier, which softens recoil, aiding both shooter comfort and durability of the rifle. The four-position gas regulator allows the shooter to tune the rifle to the ammunition being fired and environmental conditions present. A chrome-lined, cold hammer forged barrel provides accuracy and longevity, Troy Industries Folding BattlesightsTM, Quad Rail and rail covers add considerable value to the package, as does the Hogue® Monogrip®, six-position stock, sight adjustment tool, and the padded carry case, all included with the SR-556/6.8.
The SR-556/6.8 maintains the mid-length gas system and the heavy (.850") barrel contour under the handguard of the original SR-556. The 1:10 twist barrel has a standard SAAMI 6.8 SPC chambering, is 16.12" long, is threaded 5/8-24, and is capped with the effective and distinctive Mini-14/SR-556 flash suppressor. The SR-556/6.8 weights 7.75 pounds without a magazine.
For more information on the SR-556/6.8 or any of the other rifles, pistols, or revolvers offered by Ruger, please visit www.Ruger.com, or see your local firearms dealer.
GG&G has offered flip up lens modules for many EOTech sights for quite some time. I have also wished for a while that it was an option for my 557AR223. Unfortunately the 557 AR223 hood design didn't allow for the flip up module to be installed. Well I'm here to report that GG&G has solved this by offering a new hood with the flip up lens module installed. GG&G also etched the hood with windage and elevation marking. Lastly in a fashion similar to a land mine the front lens cover is engraved with "Front Towards Enemy"
The little woman did some birthday shopping for me at Brownells and I ended up with this awesome Adams Arms Gas Piston Retrofit. This was the nudge to to send me in the direction of the 6.8 SPC II build mentioned above. I'm anxious to get this installed and running.
I just spotted this deal at Brownells. You can purchase the CMMG Ar-15 .22LR Conversion Unit with three Black Dog Magazines for a good price. What a difference a year makes. Check it out here.
The EZ CAR™ Rail is the perfect drop in replacement for your plastic hand guards. The EZ CAR™ Rail from Daniel Defense has been engineered to offer a rock solid mounting platform for all your AR accessories. The EZ CAR™ Rail easily replaces factory installed plastic hand guards, and it offers a Mil-Spec quad rail that installs in seconds. As simple to install as a traditional hand guard, the EZ CAR™ Rail mounts to a standard delta ring and hand-guard cap of a carbine length gas system with no modifications to the host weapon.
Engineered and produced at the Daniel Defense state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Black Creek, GA and finished in rugged Mil-Spec Type III hard coat anodizing, shooters are sure to appreciate the latest lightweight quad rail to come from Daniel Defense. Precision CNC machined from Aircraft Grade 6061-T6 Aluminum and Military Specification Type III Hard Coat Anodized for a rock hard lasting finish. The EZ CAR™ Rail weighs in at an amazing 9 Ounces.
Uninterrupted upper rail platform
ZERO Modification to host weapon
User installed with no special tools
Aircraft Grade Aluminum
Aircraft Grade 6061-T6 Aluminum
Military Specification Type III Hard Coat Anodized
Made in the USA!
Lancer Systems Configurable AR Platform Lower Receiver
Lancer Systems LP is pleased to announce the introduction of our L15 Lower Receiver with changeable Magazine Well Extensions (Magwells). The L15's changeable Magwells make it the most versatile AR receiver available today. With three Magwell configurations to choose from the L15 lower can be rapidly customized for a specific mission, trip to the range or 3 gun match.
The Tactical and Competition Magwells have a large smooth funnel like internal surface to facilitate rapid magazine changes. The standard size Magwell emulates the size of a typical AR lower. The Magwells attach to the lower via a captured rail and locks into place with a standard front take down pin. The use of the take down pin allows the Magwells to be removed without the use of special tools.
The Magwells are precision machined from aluminum billet to match the features in the lower ensuring there is no rattle during operation. The lower also features an ambidextrous bolt release and oversized magazine release button.
The L15 lower is available stripped or complete with various trigger and magazine well options. For more information on the different options available visit Lancer-systems.com.
A leap forward in camouflage technology smartly breaks up the silhouette of America’s most popular M4-Type Carbine. The Bushmmaster M-4-Type Carbine in A-TACS is now available. For more information check out www.bushmaster.com.
This particular upper was designed with a mid length gas system, which gives you multiple advantages over the more traditional carbine length gas systems. A mid length gas system is longer by 2” allowing a longer sight radius between front and rear sights for easier target acquisition and also giving you more available rail space to attach tactical gear. The extra length also means you can have a more comfortable shooting stance because it allows you a longer reach. These tactical uppers retail for $999.
These uppers come equipped with:
16” mid length chrome lined government contoured barrel
Get a jump start on your next AR-15 Build or help your friend build their first one. This starter kit includes: "How To Build An AR-15", Produced by Brownells, this easy-to-follow, step-by-step video guide is your ticket to the custom AR-15 you've always wanted. The presentation is divided into a series of short segments, each devoted to a specific subassembly or variation of one. Watch only the segments that apply to the rifle you want to build. If you decide to modify your rifle later, go back and just watch the segments that cover your planned changes. A big help taking apart subassemblies like the bolt and gas system for cleaning or trouble-shooting, too. Printable PDF instructions are included with the DVD, and are accessible with your computers DVD drive; A DPMS Lower Parts Kit. Includes: trigger, trigger spring, trigger pin, hammer, hammer spring, hammer pin, disconnector and spring, bolt catch, b/c plunger, b/c spring, b/c roll pin, selector, selector detent, selector detent spring, (2) take down detents and springs, pivot pin, rear take down pin, buffer retainer and spring, magazine catch, button and spring, A2 pistol grip, screw and washer, trigger guard assembly and pin; Brownells .223 Tactical Flash Hider, Low-profile, screw-on flash suppressor meets the needs of the most demanding tactical and competition shooters. Developed by Brownells' in-house engineering team with plenty of input from the many dedicated shooters on our staff to give you a powerful flash suppressor that also helps reduce muzzle rise; Ten grey AR-15/M-16 30 Round Brownells Magazines. The most up-to-date & reliable civilian magazine available.
Drop-in ready upper receiver assembly is the fast, easy way to convert your AR to a gas piston operated tactical carbine with a low-profile accessory rail system. The DC (Defensive Carbine) uses a "long stroke" piston to reduce felt recoil and provide smooth, consistent cycling for more comfortable shooting, faster return-to-target for follow-up shots. Improves reliability, too, by keeping carbon fouling out of the receiver.. The quad rail system clamps the barrel securely to the receiver to produce an ultra-rigid, yet compact platform that keeps the piston system properly aligned. Provides over 40" of accessory mounting space, including 16" of uninterrupted top rail that extends forward of the gas block. The bottom rail and each side rail has a receptacle at the rear for push-button, single-point sling attachment. Comes with plenty of Magpul XTM™ rail covers to cover unused portions of the rail. The cold hammer forged, chrome-lined 16" barrel is chambered for 5.56mm NATO ammo, with M4-type feed ramp cuts in the barrel extension to aid in reliable chambering. A PWS FSC556 flash suppressor/compensator minimizes muzzle flash and counteracts muzzle rise, further aiding in fast follow-up shots.
The Colt LE6940CK Monolithic Upper Assembly feature's Colt's new monolithic upper receiver. In addition to an uninterrupted full-length front rail, this upper receiver allows for a free-floated barrel. This LE6940CK Monolithic Upper Assembly also features a gas-block mounted front flip-up sight with bayonet lug and a MaTech backup rear sight. The barrel is Colt's standard 16.1" chrome lined M4 barrel with an A2 flash hider up front.
I just received my chrome Young Manufacturing Bolt Carrier Group.
I cant wait to try it out. This complete bolt carrier group is a fine example of manufacturing beauty. Check out the picture below, click the picture to view full size version.
100% CNC machined from a solid billet of 7075 t-6 aircraft grade aluminum. Features include “blacked out” T marks, M4 feed ramps and of course a mil-spec basic design to fit and function with any other manufacturers parts and accessories. Made with an aggressive appearance as well as a tough finish, Black Rain Ordnance uses hard coat grade III black anodizing with a Teflon coating. All stripped uppers must be assembled by a licensed gunsmith or AR-15/M16 armorer.
Custom milled lower receiver that’s 100% CNC machined from a solid billet of 7075 t-6 aircraft grade aluminum to mil-spec dimension to fit and function with any other manufacturer’s parts and accessories. Made with an aggressive appearance as well as a tough finish, Black Rain Ordnance uses hard coat grade III black anodizing with a Teflon coating. All stripped lowers must be assembled by a licensed gunsmith or AR-15/M16 armorer. Blackrainordnance.com.
Weight: 8.60 ounces (after anodizing and Teflon coating ready to assemble.)
Flared magazine well
Solid winter trigger guard
Milled, three dimensional logo
Battle Grooves in opposing front
Mil-spec basic design to fit and function with any other manufacturers’ parts and accessories.
MULTI CAL designation
Pictograph Fire/Safe and Full Auto Designation for L.E. and S.O.T. use
While our upper and lower are a perfect match they will work with forged uppers and lowers as well. Your card will be charged when you order and you will ship FIRST! ETA early April. Starting at: $315. Spikestactical.com.
Machined from 7075 billet with Type III hardcoat anodized finish.
Integrated winter style trigger guard.
Ambi bolt release, The Ambi bolt release and bolt catch are installed.
Textured on the front of the magwell.
Low shelf for RDIAS.
Captured buffer retaining pin and rear take down pin (no more calls for spares).
Set screw for trigger reset.
Set screw for upper to lower tension.
Bolt catch and bolt release are retained with a threaded pin rather than a roll pin.
Lower can be assembled with out a hammer and punch.
While the upper and lower are a perfect match they will work with forged uppers and lowers as well. $225.00
Machined from 7075 billet with Type III hardcoat anodized finish.
M4 feed ramps.
Beefy design which is stiffer allowing less flex.
Front of receiver is machined to accept most after market rail systems (yes, we play nice with everyone else).
Comes with the forward assist and ejection port door installed (Not shown).
Flared side walls to eliminate accidental bolt release.
The most beautiful lines you’ll see on anything other than your wife!
Machined with Clearance to allow use of a BAD lever or other aftermarket bolt catch.
Adaptable Carbine/Storage (ACS) stock is a drop-in replacement for standard USGI M4 collapsible stock that gives the tactical operator extra storage options, a secure, comfortable cheek weld, and an advanced dual-locking lever. Smooth, streamlined exterior contours prevent snagging on clothing, sling, or vegetation, and helps ensure fast exits from vehicles without snagging on gear.
Removable battery storage compartments run the full length of the extra-wide comb and hold 2 AA or 3 CR-123 batteries, while providing a wide, contoured area for an exceptionally solid, comfortable cheek weld. Secure molded rubber caps keep water and dust out of compartments and face the rear of the stock for easy removal; cap exterior is beveled to resist snagging when shouldering weapon. Positive-locking trapdoor on right side of the stock reveals a roomy storage compartment for additional batteries, coiled up cleaning cable and other cleaning supplies, ear plugs, spare parts, or other small items.
Magpul's dual locking system uses an additional cam lever to protect the release lever from accidental operation, yet still allows you to adjust length of pull by simply pushing on the release lever. Slot molded in the toe provides an attachment point for a 1 1/4"wide sling. Also includes the same detachable rubber butt pad found on Magpul CTR and UBR buttstocks to help keep stock firmly mounted on shoulder. Fits mil-spec 1.14" O.D. receiver extension tubes on Colt-manufactured M4 and similar mil-spec tubes that accept both four- and six-position collapsible stocks.
We are going to kick of this site with our first AR-15 build. This first AR-15 project nicknamed "Kita"will be built with long range shooting in mind. In the various menu's of the site you will see the hardware that was considered as well as the final choices made for this gun. The rationale behind the choices will be included as well, whether it be price, quality, availability or all of the above.
Below is a list of some of the specifications I have in mind at the moment
24" bull barrel- Stainless fluted
Free float handguard's
Single stage trigger in the 2-3 pound range
Flattop Upper receiver
Ambidextrous adjustable stock
I've been playing around with Brownells AR15 builder to develop an image of what this project will end up looking like. Ignore the cost listed, I paid no attention to the internals. Click the image below to view it full size.
If any readers have hardware suggestions or any other helpful information please drop us a line through the contact page.
Well we have been busy doing our part to keep the economy afloat with gun related purchases. Besides boosting the economy our purchases will provide content for this site. So to that end we have acquired (2) CMMG MOD4SA, (1)DPMS LR-308 stripped lowers, Bushmaster lower parts kits less the trigger and pistol grips for the CMMG's and we are waiting for the same from Fulton Armory for the DPMS LR-308. In the optics dept.. we bought a Laserlyte bore sight kit. C Products is selling magazines for the LR-308 for about $22 so naturally we ordered several of those. Ammunition to Go has come through with some Lake City XM855 62gr. Penetrator Ammo (LCM855B)
Check out the images of the lowers for a size comparison. Click on the images for a larger view.
Update: May 12, 2009 we should see the delivery of a CMMG stripped upper and a DPMS LR-308 A3 flattop stripped upper. Pictures shortly. We have also ordered a 24" ER Shaw Extra Heavy Fluted 1:8 barrel. Delivery will hopefully be this century.