Uintah Precision, a company known for making AR-style bolt action rifles, has entered the market of semi-auto AR-15 pattern firearms. Their first AR is simply called Semi-Auto AR-15. If you have been a Uintah Precision customer and like the quality of their bolt guns, the company assures that their gas gun is manufactured to the same high-quality standards. Let’s take a closer look at the features of the Uintah Precision Semi-Auto AR-15 rifle.
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Uintah Precision Semi-Auto AR-15 is a direct impingement gun with a mid-length gas system. The upper and lower receivers are machined out of 6061 billet aluminum. The lower receiver has an integrated trigger guard, flared magazine well and serrated front wall for using it as a barricade stop. The rifle features a Rise Armament 3.5lb single stage trigger, Magpul MOE K2+ pistol grip and Magpul MOE SL adjustable stock.
The 16″ 416R stainless steel barrel of the Uintah Precision Semi-Auto AR-15 rifle is made by Preferred Barrel Blanks. It has a .223 Wylde chamber, Cerakote finish, and comes with an A2 birdcage flash hider installed. The full-auto pattern mil-spec bolt carrier is machined of 8620 steel and the bolt is made of Carpenter 158 steel. Other components of the BCG are mil-spec as well. The rifle also features a 15″ M-LOK handguard and an ambidextrous charging handle.
Uintah Precision Semi-Auto AR-15 rifle is listed on the company’s website at an MSRP of $1,625. The rifle comes with one 30 round magazine and is shipped in a Pelican Vault hard rifle case. Like other Uintah Precision firearms, this rifle is completely made in the USA, comes with a warranty and 1 MOA accuracy guarantee.
As always, let us know in the comments section what do you think about this new product. How does it compare to other rifles with a similar price tag currently available on the market?
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