Is SR-15 a Kac?
While the SR-25 was a very successful rifle in its own right, seeing extensive use in various Special Operations Forces units and general adoption as the M110, KAC was eager to capitalize on its success by scaling it back down to the 5.56 caliber. The result is the SR-15, KAC’s take on a modern AR-15.
What barrel does Knights Armament use?
Knight’s Armament Company PDW
|Knights Armament Company PDW
|28 in (710 mm) overall 19.5 in (500 mm) with stock folded
|254 mm (10.0 in) 203 mm (8.0 in) barrel available
|6×35mm, .300 Whisper/.300 Blackout
|Gas-operated, rotating bolt
When did the SR-15 come out?
The ArmaLite AR-15 is a select-fire, gas-operated, air-cooled, magazine-fed rifle manufactured in the United States between 1959 and 1964. Designed by American gun manufacturer ArmaLite in 1956, it was based on its AR-10 rifle….
|Effective firing range
|500 yd (457 m)
Are KAC barrels chrome lined?
It features a 16” Chrome Lined, Mil-Spec Barrel and Mid-Length gas-system for an extremely reliable and highly controllable weapon. Our Integrated Weapon System (IWS) creates a truly versatile weapon platform with its Iron Sights, Ambidextrous Controls and numerous Sling Mount points.
Is KAC SR-15 the best?
The SR-15 is a solid choice for most who are looking for a modern carbine, with one caveat. The SR-15 is an extremely expensive rifle for an AR, with an MSRP of over $2,500. At that price, most ARs are expected to shoot sub-MOA accuracy from the factory with quality ammo.
When did Knights Armament move to Titusville?
America was attacked as Knight’s Armament Company continued to grow. After September 2001 KAC outgrew their Vero Beach factory, and moved to their current location in Titusville, on Florida’s space coast.