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Introducing the newest component to the War Dog Industries lineup: WRC-15 Version 3 Advanced Lightweight Upper Receiver. Designed by engineers with the sporting rifle enthusiasts in mind, War Dog Industries had found balance between truly exceptional and affordability. A redesigned overall profile to give a more aggressive stance and visual appeal that WDI is known for bringing to the shooting world. Our latest design is a collaboration working hand in hand with our competition shooters. Advanced aesthetics with a redesigned receiver cutout and removable billet shell deflector.
The WRC-15 V3 has been designed in conjunction with the War Dog Industries lower receiver however it will function with any standard MilSpec lower receiver on the market. Made from lightweight aerospace grade aluminum, high pressure tested. All materials are 100% USA sourced and manufactured.

Graphite Black Cerakote
Aircraft grade billet aluminum
Compatible with Mil-Spec parts
M4 feed ramps
1913 picatinny rail flat top
Allows for rapid heat disbursement
No Dust Cover
No Forward Assist
Reinforced wall design for added strength
Lifetime Warranty
Does NOT allow for dust cover assembly.

WAR DOG SKELETONIZED UPPER RECEIVERS ARE STARTED FROM A THICK WALL EXTRUSION UNLIKE MOST OTHER UPPER RECEIVERS. DUE TO THE ADDED WALL THICKNESS THESE SKELETONIZED UPPER RECEIVERS ARE NOT COMPATIBLE WITH HANDGUARDS USING "ANTI ROTATION" TABS. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING FITMENT PLEASE CONTACT WAR DOG INDUSTRIES.

MPN#: WRC-15-CBF-UR

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For an AR platform, this seems like a terrible idea. There's a reason dust covers exist. Also, ditto what everyone else said about gas. I guess if you're going for the lightest build possibly I could see it, but to me that's the only upside to a whole lotta downside.

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It’s pretty obvious that this upper isn’t made for the masses. I checked the War Dog Ind. website and they have some interesting & unique higher-end AR’s and related parts.

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This just seems like a really bad idea...
Unless you like the taste of powder, want to look like Al Jolson when you shoot, or have a "you know what this chamber needs? MORE DIRT!" mindset - I don't get it.

I could be totally wrong, and hope I am because its a big weight saver for competition rifles - in theory. That said, I'd need to see a video review of this before even thinking about it.

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not if you run piston system.

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I would speculate that this would get you a ton of gas in the face, especially suppressed.

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