Chambered for 5.56x45 NATO, originally derived from .223 Remington, 5.56 NATO is the standardized and most popular cartridge developed for the AR-15 platform. Utilizing a .22 Caliber projectile, the low-mass, high-velocity cartridge allows superior weapon handling with manageable recoil and high accuracy. With a wide variety of ammunition choices on the market, 5.56 NATO chambered AR-15s are 'multi-caliber' and can reliably fire both 5.56x45 NATO and .223 Remington cartridges.
This medium profile barrel is chambered in 5.56 and has a 1:7 twist rate and is also ideal for 55-85 grain bullets. The nitride finish on this barrel helps to make it less vulnerable to corrosion and is also pretty durable. This barrel is dimpled which makes installing the mid-length gas system easy to install and align. to allow easy and secure gas block alignment.
This A2 flash hider has a classic and effective design. Flash hiders are essential in position concealment and keeping your vision clear; especially in low-light situations. This design has a flat bottom which means the gasses won't kick up dust because they are directed up and to the sides. It has a 1/2x28 thread pitch and a Manganese Phosphate finish to protect it from corrosion. This A2 flash hider is a classic because it simply does a great job.
Included Is A Premium Davidson Defense Side Charging Billet Upper Receiver That Is Anodized. This Upper Is Compatible With AR-15 Uppers And Is Made From High End 7075 T6 Aircraft Grade Aluminum.
This Upper Includes A Premium 15" Guntec M-Lok Handguard. This Handguard Has A T6 Aluminum Body And A Monolithic Top Rail. This US Made Handguard Is Anodized Purple And Is Lightweight. This Handguard Allows You To Comfortably Grip Your Rifle In A Variety Of Shooting Positions And Securely Mount A Variety Of Accessories.
An AR-15 side charging bolt carrier group is a piece of a firearm that houses many key parts such as the firing pin, gas key, cam pin, extractor, and bolt. With all these pieces working together, the BCG can grab and feed another round out of the detachable magazine chamber. During the extraction of a cartridge, the BCG works to absorb the force of the explosion by expanding gas in the carrier. Throughout this process, gas is tapped off from the barrel and sent into the cup inside of the gas key which creates an inertial force that sends the Bolt Carrier Group back into the buffer tube. This entire process helps to reduce recoil.