Seekins Precision is constantly evolving its products and, thusly, has modified its current barrel nut design for 2015.
With the constant changes to the Modern Sporting Rifle platform over the past few years, Seekins Precision has made a design change to the current barrel nut used in the manufacturer’s wildly popular MCSR and BAR rails. The new change allows the shooter to build either a standard direct impingement operating system, or use one of the aftermarket gas piston systems.
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The minor modifications to the barrel nut will allow even more shooter customization and no longer limit the operating system that can be used.
The new barrel nut began shipping with all rails on March 1, 2015.
“We worked with some of the industry leading manufacturers for piston systems to make sure this new design was the right fit for our customers as well as theirs,” said Kevin Weyrauch, Seekins Precision Business Development Coordinator.
For more information on the new barrel nut and other products from Seekins Precision, please visit SeekinsPrecision.com.
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