Adams Arms Announces New .308 Win. Piston-Driven Rifles

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posted on October 3, 2014
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Adams Arms announces the Introduction of their revolutionary new piston-driven, small-frame .308 Win. rifle. Weighing in at under 8 pounds and more than 50 percent reciprocal to standard AR-15 components, this innovative line of .308 Win. rifles will set a new standard in the firearms industry.

The new lineup includes four models with options and price points from entry level all the way to the FAST model, which Adams Arms claims to be able to outperform and outlast anything on the market. With MSRPs ranging from $1329.99 to $2999.99 there is a model to fit every need and budget.

All Rifles will Feature:

Voodoo Innovations Melonited Barrels

  • Guaranteed 1 MOA Accuracy for Life
  • Pressure Relief Cuts under the Barrel Extension

LifeCoat Brass Saver Bolts

  • Kidney Shaped Ejector
    • Proprietary design that allows brass to Eject Cleanly and Efficiently, while preserving it for reloading
  • LifeCoat Coating
    • This provides the Lubricity of the Nickel with the Corrosion Resistance and Hardness of the PVD, increasing the life of the part exponentially
      • Electro-less Nickel Base Coating
      • PVD Top-Coating

Other VDI LifeCoated Parts:

Nickel Base/PVD Top-Coat

  • XLP Adjustable Gas Block and Selector (on Free-Float Models)

Melonite

  • Picatinny Adjustable Gas Block (on Standard & MOE Models)
  • Drive Rod
  • Jet Comp (on Free-Float Models)
  • Cam Pin

PVD

  • 1 Piece Bolt Carrier
  • Firing Pin
  • Fire Control Group

Adams Arms is offering a pre-order for the .308 rifles. This pre-order is for the limited edition run of BILLET lower receivers with serial numbers 10 through 500.

A deposit secures your billet lower and preferred serial number (if available, first come first serve). They will begin shipping the rifles early November and will be contacting each customer for their preferred configuration of each person's custom selected serial number. There will be four models to choose from that will have a MSRP range from $1,329.99 to $2,999.99.

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