DEZ Tactical’s Covert Ops Carbine is light, reliable, well equipped and accurate. It performed well under a variety of conditions and is well suited to patrol, entry or any other duty use. Shown here with an Aimpoint PRO.
YHM QDS flip-up sights are simple, reliable and reasonably priced and provided for reliable iron-sighting.
Yankee Hill Machine’s Phantom flash suppressor is one of the best on the market.
Coupled with an excellent barrel and free-floated handguard, the Covert Ops Carbine provides impressive accuracy. (Right) Single-point slings remain popular, and the Covert Ops’ ambidextrous mounting point allows for use of a sling on either side of the carbine.
Many operators like the tactical “L” or the magazine-well hold, and at close range and in semi-auto fire it works well. The FAB Defense Mag Well Grip provides the operator with solid purchase when using the mag well as a forward grip and acts as a sort of magazine funnel, which facilitates fast magazine swaps.
FAB Defense’s stock offers plenty of adjustment and comes with a cheek riser. The stock locks in place well and has QD sling swivel mounts for proper carry. (Below) Ergo’s pistol grip
Ergo’s pistol grip is one of the most comfortable on the market. The soft rubber gives you solid control in every possible weather condition.
The low-profile, carbine-length gas system is covered with a YHM free-floated, quad-rail forend.
In the current AR-rifle market, it is increasingly difficult to separate yourself from the pack. Manufacturers that had never considered offering ARs are now selling several models, and new, smaller gun companies crop up on a weekly basis. AR builders are finding it difficult to distinguish themselves, and buyers must choose carefully from the boundless options. While building an AR isn’t rocket science, it’s not a Tinkertoy set either—you need to know what you’re doing. Buyers who are concerned about long-term reliability want the best parts and accessories at a reasonable price, and builders that can do that are gaining some traction.
DEZ Tactical Arms has been supplying high-quality AR parts and components since 2004, and its barrels—each hardened, particle-tested and air-gauged and featuring pulled button-rifling—have garnered quite the following for their consistent accuracy. With this same attention to detail, DEZ is now building complete rifles that feature DEZ-manufactured parts along with the highest-quality accessories. To ensure consistency, DEZ makes sure that the rifle parts that affect accuracy are either made by DEZ Tactical or manufactured to its specifications. The rest of the rifle is built with hand-selected parts from well-known and trusted companies. What results is a dependable rifle that exhibits the best possible accuracy that is suitable for duty or self-protection.
For more information, visit deztacticalarms.com.
In the current AR-rifle market, it is increasingly difficult to separate yourself from the…
by Tactical-Life / May 9, 2013