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Lexington Police Department’s Emergency Response Unit (ERU) recently selected Accurate Armory to provide rifles to the unit. The Kentucky-based manufacturer bested several major firearm manufacturers on its way to winning its first law enforcement trial.

“It means so much to us at Accurate Armory,” said founder Keith Pitts. “We are very dedicated and honored to fulfill the requirement that our local Emergency Response Unit had developed for the entire team to have dedicated weapons to be assigned to all of the law enforcement officers in the unit. Only the best in machining and components will ensure a superior weapon that will preform when it is deployed around the clock.”

Accurate Armory TiTan LE Carbine

Firstly, the Accurate Armory ERU build features an M16 full-auto bolt carrier group. Additionally, a 14.5-inch 5.56 barrel in Melonite features a 1:7 twist rate and 1/2-28 threaded barrel. Also, a mid-length gas system drives the rifle.

A 13.5-inch Centurion Arms handguard features the M-LOK CMR rail system and includes four quick detachment points. Meanwhile, Magpul Pro backup front and rear sights complement the main Trijicon MRO optic. Finally, Magpul equipment, including a sling, and a SureFire M600 Scout weapon light round out the package.

Like all Accurate Armory builds, the rifle includes only parts from companies Pitts has tested and worked with extensively. Further, meticulous in his search for component partners, down to the sourcing those companies go through, he strives to ensure only the best parts go into Accurate Armory builds.

“Quality is our main focus, and by using only American-sourced components this is achieved time and time again,” Pitts said. “Our commitment is to never stray away from our high-quality line of materials and components from mil-spec suppliers we use and trust.”

For more information, visit accuratearmory.com.

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