Description

SKU 516447306B
Brand Palmetto State Armory
Model Number 516447306B
UPC 516447306B

DETAILS
Barrel Length: 16”
Barrel Material: 4150V Chrome Moly Vanadium Steel
Barrel Finish: Nitride
Barrel Profile: M4
Chamber: 5.56 NATO
Twist Rate: 1 in 7”
Extension: M4
Gas System: Carbine-Length
Gas Block Type: Low Profile .750” Diameter
Upper Receiver: Forged 7075 T6 Aluminum
Receiver Style: M4 Flat top with feed ramps
Receiver Finish: Hardcoat Anodized
Forward Assist: Yes
Dust Cover: Yes
Handguard Style: PSA 13.5" Lightweight M-Lok Free Float Rail
Bolt Steel: Carpenter 158, Mag Phosphate coated
Bolt Carrier Steel: 8620, Chrome Lined
Staked Gas Key: Yes
Lower Receiver: Forged 7075 T6 Aluminum
Receiver Finish: Hardcoat Anodized
Fire Control Group: PSA AR-15 Mil-Spec Fire Control Group
Buffer Tube: 7075 T6 Aluminum Mil-Spec Tube
Adjustment: 6-position collapsible
Stock: PSA Classic Carbine Stock
Magazine: (1) 30-Round Magazine (where available by law)
Weight: 7 Lbs
Length: 32"
** These Rifles will have cosmetic blemishes that do not affect function. This may include, but is not limited to, forging marks under the finish, scratches, slight variation in the finish color coat.

FEATURES
Barrel: Chrome-moly vanadium steel barrel chambered in 5.56 NATO, with a 1:7 twist rate, M4 barrel extension, and a carbine-length gas system. M4 profile barrel is finished off with a 13.5” PSA M-Lok free-float handguard, low-profile gas block, and A2 flash hider.
Upper: Forged 7075-T6 A3 AR upper is machined to MIL-SPECS and hard coat anodized. Uppers include forward assist and dust cover. These uppers are made for us right here in the USA by a mil-spec manufacturer.
Bolt Carrier Group: Full-auto profile bolt carrier group. Shot-peened, mil-spec Carpenter 158 steel bolt. Gas Key Hardened to USGI Specifications, Fastened with Grade 8 screws, and Staked Per Mil-Spec. Carrier is 8620 steel M-16 full-auto profile and is chrome lined and phosphate coated.
Lower: These forged lowers are quality made using 7075-T6 aluminum and are marked "MULTI" for the caliber. Finish is hard-coat anodized. The Mil-spec diameter 7075-T6 buffer tube is hard-coat anodized, has 6 adjustment positions and is fitted with a PSA Classic Carbine Stock for a traditional AR-15 look and feel. The rifle is finished off with a PSA Classic A2 grip, and standard Mil-Spec AR-15 Fire Control Group.
UPC#: 00516447306B

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Great rifle. Well over a thousand rounds and haven't had any problems with it. I've shot both brass and steel. Getting a PSA GF3 AK 47 next. I hope that one runs just as good.

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IMO, PSA has the best value for AR15. Cannot beat their entry level AR15s, when you factor in cost and quality. I own 3 AR rifles and 1 AR pistol from them. All arrived in 1 week to my FFL (and I live in the Midwest). No problems with any of them whatsoever. Install one of their EPT triggers and you have a great gun which will shoot as good as an AR 2-3 times it’s price

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I love my PSAs and I own four. The best is a 300 black out with a CHF barrel which FN likely supplies. Never a hiccup.

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Mer063, I can't speak for radical but I own 4 PSA. 2 16", one 10.5" pistol and one 7.5" pistol. Not one problem with any. I own almost 20 AR's and it's basically personal preference anymore. Besides price, I notice no difference from my PSA to my Rugers and Savage up to Daniels Defense. All getting pretty good at building and most offer good warranties. Biggest complaint with PSA is it takes about 2-3 weeks for delivery and unless you call their customer service as soon as they open, you'll be on hold 20-45 mins.

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JPo makes no sense when he uses his JPo or his Surfboy007 persona. He loves RetiredArmyWelder's opinions.

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how does psa compares tp radical firearms? they seem to be in same price range

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Own both but haven't shot the radical. Radical has really uped the riffles with polished triggers and better accuracy. Thats one thing ive never had luck with on PSA

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Lol you do realize your replying to a comment made and posted darn near 5 years ago.

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Eightysixer, PSA is good to go. I've never had an issue and 3 of my AR's are PSA. The only downside of ordering from PSA is it usually takes a couple weeks before the gun makes it to your FFL.

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You guys are just ridiculous.

Anyone available to help a beginner decide whether this is a decent deal? I’m under the impression Palmerto puts together some decent rifles for what a small chunk of change this is.

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This is a good choice for the money.

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I see JPo (aka Surfboy007) has posted but didn't have anything to say. Guess he was thinking of "hitting the waves".

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How long before retired army pogue... I mean welder says he wouldn't buy it?

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The Welder would buy this one. What does he always say about buying an AR?

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JPo (aka Surfboy007) second favorite gun behind S&W Sport II.

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