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State of the Art Arms has announced the release of their AR-15 Upper Receiver stripped and in the white. Made from 7075 billet aluminum alloy, these flat-top uppers have M4 feed ramps and are precision machined to print preplate dimensions. The company manufactured and prepped this product using a deburr and tumbling process, so it is ready to be blasted with the personal touch of the end user. These uppers are stripped and have not been plated previously. All the dimensions are primed and ready for color anodizing or duracoat/ceracoat. The manufacturer suggested retail price for the AR-15 Upper Receiver Stripped (White) by State of the Art Arms is $58.99. It is 100% made in the U.S.A. The company also offers an AR-15 Upper Receiver stripped with a Black anodized mil-spec finish. The MSRP for that product is the same.

State of the Art Arms is a North Branch, Minnesota-based company which manufactures AR-15 parts and accessories from top quality materials. “Our parts are machined on State of the Art equipment,” their official website states. “This is the same equipment used to produce aerospace and defense products in large volumes. We are passing these State Of The Art machining capabilities on to you in the form of precision made USA quality at great competitive pricing.” When one purchases a product from State of the Art Arms, they can be sure they are purchasing a high-quality, American-made product.

The company sells complete AR-15 upper units, AR-15 upper parts (receiver, bolt carrier group, gas block, charge handle, etc), AR15 Barrels, AR15 Lowers, ammunition (.300 Blackout, .223 ammunition), magazines (5, 10, 15, 20, 30, 40-round mags in 5.56, 6.5 Grendel, 7.62, 6.8 SPC), optics (open sights, red-dot sights) and much more.

For more information about the AR-15 Upper Receiver Stripped and the full range of products currently offered by State of the Art Arms, please visit http://www.sotaarms.com

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