Amazing Magpul AR 15 parts
Aero Precision AR 15 parts by Blackrifledepot? The Colt AR 15 very soon found its way into military use in the early 1960’s, offering shooters in the United States Air Force and Special Forces a select-fire option. When the United States got into involvement with Vietnam in 1963, it soon became clear that Springfield Armory was not going to be able to keep up with the production of the standard M14 battle rifles. This was the perfect opportunity for the AR 15 platform. Many people proposed expanding the production of the M14 to some other companies, but the idea was eventually scrapped because of the high cost of the M14 to manufacture. It was a great rifle, but it cost a lot to make, its cartridge required more resources, and it was largely considered overkill for fights of 300 yards or less.
A mounting system will allow you to install a wide variety of accessories to your AR 15, such as slings, sights, lasers, lights, bipods, forward grips, and whatever else you may want on your firearm. In today’s market, there are three main types of mounting systems: Picatinny, keymod, and M-LOK. For many years, the picatinny rail system has been the standard and preferred system used by both military and law enforcement. This system uses dovetail angles and grooves to allow you to mount anything you want so long as it is compatible. These system can also be used for the quad rail, or “quad” when there are four rails on each side of the rifle: top, bottom, left and right. The downside to using the picatinny system, and why it is slowly losing popularity year after year, is how heavy it is. Because the other two systems use machine cut-outs for attaching accessories, they are much lighter.
There are plenty of misconceptions when it comes to the actual steel used to create an AR 15 barrel. To make things a little less complicated, there are basically 7 different types of barrel steels used to make these barrels, and they can be divided into two categories: carbon and stainless steel. Carbon barrel steels include 4140 steel, 4150 steel, and chromium-molybdenum-vanadium (CMV) which is also called 41V50. The different types of stainless barrels include 410 stainless, 416 stainless, 416r stainless, and 17-4 PH stainless. Most shooters will not want to get into the fine details about the subtle differences between each steel, but the biggest question most people ask is whether they should buy carbon or stainless for their barrels. Discover extra information on AR 15 Parts.
16″ 5.56 NATO Super Slim Upper Assembly: For a slightly slimmer and lighter option, please know that we do offer the 16” 16″ 5.56 NATO Super Slim Upper Assembly. It features a 5.56 M4 Profile 1:7 Twist Barrel (QpQ Nitride), Carbine Length Gas System, our 15″ Ultra Light M-LOK Hand Guard, .750 Steel Gas Block (QpQ Nitride), 7075-T6 Forged Upper Receiver, Elite Muzzle Brake (QpQ Nitride). The Stag 15 VRST S3 Upper features a 5.56x45mm NATO chamber 16″ 1/7 chrome lined barrel with a 13.5″ free float M-LOK handguard and A2 birdcage flash hider. Also included with this upper assembly is a Mil Spec Bolt Carrier And charging Handle…so you have everything you need in one convenient and affordable package.
Black Rifle Depot is a family owned and operated AR 15 Parts and AR 15 Accessories wholesale distributor based out of Bakersfield California. We offer a large variety of AR 15 Parts such as AR 15 Complete Uppers, AR 15 Barrels, AR 15 Bolt Carriers, AR 15 Handguards and AR 15 Lower Build Kits to customize your AR 15 Rifle from some of the top manufactures in the industry such as Aero Precision, Anderson Manufacturing, Faxon, Magpul Industries, and Odin works. With our continuous growing inventory and competitive prices, make Black Rifle Depot your one stop shop for AR 15 Parts and AR 15 Complete Uppers. Discover more information on https://blackrifledepot.com/.
The other type of handguards that are the most popular are free-float handguard options. Almost all of these are made out of aluminum instead of polymer. They generally also cost a little more, but they do offer a big advantage over drop-in handguards in that they do not contact the forward portion of the barrel, which can be a major benefit to the rifle’s accuracy. Free-float handguards usually come in one solid piece that will slide around the barrel and are generally attached with some sort of barrel nut. These types of handguards are usually equipped with different types of mounting systems and accessories, as well as being available in different sizes, lengths, and styles. Free float handguards will also sometimes require more effort and time to install, and some will even require the use of special tools or equipment as well. Free float handguards are quickly becoming some of the most popular handguards on in the market today.