16″ 1×7 Carbine 15 inch M-LOK Rail No BCG or Charging Handle

16″ 1×7 Carbine 15 inch M-LOK Rail No BCG or Charging Handle

$389.95 $249.00

16″ Upper with 15 inch M-LOK Rail No BCG or Charging Handle

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Description

16″ M4 Carbine Length Chrome Moly Phosphate Processed with 15″ M-LOK Rail

  • Chamber – .223-5.56 , M4 Feed Ramp (Shoots both .223 and 5.56)
  • Barrel Twist – 1×7
  • Barrel Thread – 1/2 x 28
  • Barrel Steel 4150 Chrome molly stress relieved. Manganese phosphate
  • Flash Hider – A2
  • Handguard – 15″ Anodized M-LOK
  • Gas Block – Low Profile Gas Block
  • Upper Receiver – A4 Flat-Top Upper
  • Bolt Carrier Group – Not Included
  • Charging Handle – Not Included
  • Approx. Weight   4 LBS

Daytona Tactical test fires every custom upper to verify cycling. We do not guarantee cycling with all
ammunition due to vast differences in the quality of ammunition. We will only warranty cycling with
US made ammunition. We will not warranty cycling with imported, steel cased or reloaded rounds.

 

 

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Weight 10.1 lbs
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1 review for 16″ 1×7 Carbine 15 inch M-LOK Rail No BCG or Charging Handle

  1. 4 out of 5

    Four stars because I have no idea who the barrel, gas block, handguard, and upper (past the Square = Brass Aluminum Forging Enterprises, machining by ??) come from. And at the time, I couldn’t find ANYONE who had fifteen-inch rail systems in stock.
    Accuracy, with a PA PAX 2.5x ACSS, 100 yards, I was within minute of man in the first three rounds. All rounds within a 10×12 area, aka center mass. Some fine-tuning with a spotter dropped that to a 6×6. No slight on this upper or the PAX 2.5x, I can’t see that damn good.
    With the PAX 2.5x at 50 yards, two inches, three rounds.
    Open sights, I didn’t even try. (My range had two spots for rifle, 100 yards, and 50 yards. And I can’t see jack diddly through irons past 25 yards.)
    It was put on a Ruger AR 556 lower with SOLGW guts, Toolcraft BGC.
    Buy again? Yup. Well worth the money and it shot better than the Ruger AR 556 upper did.


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