ODIN Works OTR-15 Billet Receiver Set

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    ODIN Works released their first complete AR-15 pattern rifle, the Odin Tactical Rifle or OTR-15, back in November of 2020 and a couple of weeks ago they introduced the 6.5 Grendel version of the OTR-15. Both of these rifles are built on in-house machined billet aluminum receivers. Now for those of you who’d like to build your own rifles based on these receivers, ODIN Works has announced that the OTR-15 billet receiver set is now available separately.

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    Here is how ODIN Works describes the OTR-15 billet receiver set:

    Build your rifle from a strong foundation! Boasting aesthetics, performance, and practical features, the OTR-15 receiver set is the start to your dream rifle. Hours of meticulous design, engineering, and testing went into crafting the OTR-15 Lower Receiver so it would live up to the expected ODIN Works quality and performance. What you should expect to feel when you get your OTR-15 Receiver Set is outstanding ergonomics, precise tolerances, and a refinement that is still durable.

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    Both receivers of the ODIN Works OTR-15 billet receiver set are machined out of 7075 aluminum and have a hard coat anodized finish. The safety selector markings are present on both sides of the lower receiver for use with ambi safeties. The bolt release is ambidextrous. The magazine well is beveled and the trigger guard is integrated with the lower receiver. The upper receiver features a low-profile brass deflector and lacks a forward assist.

    The MSRP of ODIN Works OTR-15 billet receiver set is $495. The ambidextrous bolt release, dust cover and takedown pins, as well as the hardware necessary to install these parts, are included in the package.


    Pictures by ODIN Works, www.odinworks.com

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