AB Arms Introduces Tactical Upgrade Kit

by
posted on December 4, 2016
american-built-arms-tactical-upgrade-kit-f.jpg
American Built Arms Company introduced its latest product offering, the Tactical Upgrade Kit, in order to give consumers a total upgrade package for their AR-15s.

The package features the AB Arms Urban Sniper Stock, which features 28 different locking positions and eliminates the rattling commonly associated with traditional carbine stocks. The stock uses a mil-spec carbine-length buffer tube and includes QD sling swivel mounts, a Picatinny rail attachment for monopods, a cheek riser system and an adjustable spring-loaded butt pad. The stock weighs 9.5 ounces.

The kit also features the AB Arms AB Pro Handguard that features a two-piece design with heat shields for maximum cooling. The handguard is designed to work with both direct-impingement and gas-piston setups in carbine-length AR gas systems. The unit features a textured surface with a molded hand stop for an ergonomic grip. Total weight of the handguard is 4.5 ounces.

The AB Arms SBR P Grip rounds out the kit and is specifically designed for AR-style rifles with a lightweight, ergonomic, minimalist profile. The grip is made from high-heat-rated nylon with high-strength fiber and features a compartment that fits AA and CR123 batteries. Total weight of the grip is 2.5 ounces.

The AB Arms Tactical Upgrade Kit retails at a suggested price of $139.99.

Latest

Camfour Custom Springfield Armory 1911
Camfour Custom Springfield Armory 1911

First Look: Camfour Custom Springfield Armory 1911 Garrison Pistol

A case hardened slide and frame is just the beginning. 

First Look: HYDRA Survival Package

One gun, four calibers, one case.

Review: Garmin Xero C1 Pro Chronograph

Every once and a while, something really is game-changing.

New Rifle Suppressors for 2024

The latest products to tame the roar of your rifle.

First Look: Field & Range Cases from Federal Ammunition

Rugged gun cases for the rugged outdoors.

Concealed Carry Clothing With Style

How to dress to the nines while carrying a nine. Or a forty. Or a forty-five.

Interests



Get the best of Shooting Illustrated delivered to your inbox.