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 Palmetto State Armory - 14.7" hammer-forged, mid-length Rifle with Pinned A2 - $699.95!!
PalmettoStateArmory  [Industry Partner]
11/1/2011 8:05:54 PM
Palmetto State Armory is proud to announce a 14.7" hammer-forged, mid-length rifle ready to go with a pinned flash hider for one low price. The standard rifle is only $699.99 and includes a 30 round magazine (where allowed by law), or get the MOE version for only $749.95.

Our 14.7" mid-length rifle starts with one of our Hammer-Forged, Machine Gun Steel barrels in the versatile government profile, mated to our forged aluminum upper, and finished off with standard handguards and a pinned and welded A2 flash hider bringing the barrel length to 16". The forged lower is built with our 6 position Mil-spec size buffer tube and stock, Standard PSA lower parts kit with A2-style grip and aluminum trigger guard. It comes with one 30 Round D&H PSA Magazine (where allowed by law) so all you have to provide is the ammo to start having fun.

Barrel: A proprietary blend of Hammer forged chrome molly vanadium made by FN that is referred to as "Machine Gun Steel" by virtue of its use in FN's M249 and M240 weapons. The hammer forging process work hardens the steel, making it more durable. In addition, the chrome process for the bore allows for a lining almost twice as thick as a standard M16 for enhanced durability. Chambered in 5.56 NATO, with a 1/7 twist, M4 barrel extension, and a mid-length gas system. A2 style profile is phosphate coated to mil-specs. Barrel is High Pressure tested, and Magnetic Particle inspected, to ensure quality and dependability, and is finished off with an F-marked front sight post with sling swivel, and a pinned and welded permanent A2 flash hider. The permanent flash hider brings the barrel length to 16" so that no special paperwork is required.

Upper: Forged 7075-T6 A3 AR upper is made to MIL-SPECS and hard coat anodized black for durability. Featuring machined T marks, and a mil-spec finish. These uppers are made for us right here in the USA by a mil-spec manufacturer, and are marked with the Palmetto State Armory logo on the left side, up front, just below the rail.

Bolt: Bolt is made of Mil-spec Carpenter 158 steel, Shot peened, MPI and HPT. Gas key is secured with grade 8 fasteners and staked per mil-spec. Bolt carrier is parkerized outside, chrome lined inside, and laser engraved with the Palmetto State Armory logo.

Lower: These forged lowers are quality made using material is 7075-T6 and are marked "MULTI" for caliber. Finish is Black Hardcoat Anodize per MIL-8625 Type 3 class 2. Mil-spec-sized buffer tube has 6 adjustment positions, is finished with a Palmetto State Armory M4-style stock and has a staked castle nut. Standard carbine buffer is Black anodized and has the PSA logo on the face. The standard PSA combat trigger has a smooth pull and clean break.

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DisplayName  [Member]
11/1/2011 9:00:16 PM
maxieboy2002  [Member]
11/1/2011 9:44:35 PM
fraglord  [Team Member]
11/2/2011 12:47:48 PM
If you can do a package deal with rear sights and an Aimpoint similar to your carbine deal I am in. I know it will be more expensive than the $999 you charged for the carbine but that is OK.

I'm sure many others would jump on that deal as well.
ImpacTT  [Member]
11/2/2011 4:01:09 PM
do you ship to CA without the 30rds mag ? thanks
PalmettoStateArmory  [Industry Partner]
11/2/2011 4:04:27 PM
Originally Posted By ImpacTT:
do you ship to CA without the 30rds mag ? thanks


Information here
Blain  [Member]
11/3/2011 11:52:32 PM
All we need now is the 16" midlength CHF version with that reduced profile barrel!
PalmettoStateArmory  [Industry Partner]
11/4/2011 8:17:07 AM
Originally Posted By Blain:
All we need now is the 16" midlength CHF version with that reduced profile barrel!


Funny you should say that...
maxieboy2002  [Member]
11/4/2011 7:40:23 PM
Originally Posted By PalmettoStateArmory:
Originally Posted By Blain:
All we need now is the 16" midlength CHF version with that reduced profile barrel!


Funny you should say that...


When will it be available?