Battle Rifle Company launched its new BR10 rifle platform at SHOT Show 2018.
Touted as being Battle Rifle Company’s second generation of precision 7.62×51/.308 caliber rifles, the BR10 platform sports an 18-inch, polygonal rifled 416 stainless steel barrel. It has a 1/9.73 twist rate and has been cryogenically treated, which the company says boosts both performance and accuracy. The barrel also includes a compact muzzle brake with a 5/8×24 thread.
In addition, the BR10 features an Odinworks T6 rail standard with KeyMod slots; Geissele SSA 2-stage trigger; ambidextrous selector switch; AXTS Raptor charging handle; updated spring and buffer; performance bolt carrier group with lower weight; QD single point sling Back-plate; and a Magpul ACS stock.
Touted in the presser as being a “combat grade rifle, worthy of consideration for the most demanding applications,” the BR10 weighs in at eight pounds, 11 ounces and has an overall length of 39.75 inches. Each model ships with one metal magazine and a tactical bag. The suggested retail price on the gun is $2,998.
For more information about Battle Rifle Company, head over to battleriflecompany.com.
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