Odin Works offers a full suite of complete firearms, parts, and accessories primarily for the AR platform. From AR-15s, AR-10s, AR-9s, suppressors, and more, this Boise, Idaho-based shop pretty much does it all. Previously, their AR-10 complete upper receiver lineup has ranged in length from 16″ to 22″ barrels. Now the company is expanding their offerings by adding a new carbine-length option as well. Meet the new Odin Works 11.5″ .308 complete upper receiver.
Odin Works @ TFB:
- ODIN Works Enhanced Series 9mm Bolt Carrier Group
- ODIN Works OTR-15 Billet Receiver Set
- ODIN Works OTR-15 6.5 Grendel Rifle
- ODIN Works DIVERGE Extended AR-15 Charging Handle
The website’s official product description reads:
Complete Upper – 10″ M-LOK O2 Lite Forend .308 11.5″ Carbine Length
The ever-popular .308 caliber is now available in a complete upper from ODIN Works! Built on a forged upper and designed to work with DPMS Gen1 pattern lowers, this complete upper is ready to enhance your shooting experience. The 11.5″ stainless steel barrel boasts a Tactical Match style profile with a carbine length gas system. Equipped with our multi-caliber high-pressure BCG with a black nitride finish, and our eXtended charging handle. Add in the famous ODIN Adjustable Gas Block and O2 Lite Forend, and you have a setup that is going to shoot phenomenally and look amazing.
- Forged Upper
- ODIN 11.5″ Tactical Match Carbine Length .308 Barrel
- ODIN Adjustable Gas Block
- ODIN AR10 10.5″ O2 Lite M-LOK Forend with Accessory Rail
- ODIN AR10 BCG with Black Nitride Finish
- ODIN eXtended Charging Handle
- ODIN Thread Protector
- ODIN Warranty
- Ships Assembled
This abbreviated firebreather is listed with an MSRP of $999. If you want to save space with a large-frame AR, check this option out. What do you think about it? How would you employ a carbine length AR-10? Do you use a longer .308 AR currently, and how do you like it? What do you use it for? Have you tried other Odin products before, and what did you think of them? Is there any reason you think a carbine-length .308 AR doesn’t make sense? Please feel free to comment with your thoughts below! See you at the range.