Faxon Firearms Introduces ARAK-21 XRS Complete Rifle

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posted on June 20, 2014
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Faxon Firearms, manufacturer of the ARAK-21 Upper Receiver, announces the new ARAK-21 XRS Complete Rifle.

The ARAK-21 XRS was designed to greatly improve the operator's ability to accomplish multiple missions. The ARAK-21 XRS features a monolithic upper receiver with an integral full-length Picatinny rail, a dual forward recoil spring system, a folding ambidextrous forward charging handle with spring return and a long-stroke gas piston with variable settings. The ARAK-21 XRS also comes with interchangeable barrels that can be changed in less than 2 minutes from 5.56 NATO to .300 AAC Blackout, making it the perfect rifle for any shooter.

"The ARAK-21 XRS is a perfect choice for any level of shooter," says Bob Faxon, President of Faxon Firearms. "This is a completely redesigned modular rifle system based on the best from both the AR-15 and the AK-47 weapon systems. With the ability to be configured a variety of barrels, calibers  and stocks the ARAK-21 XRS can fit most any mission profile."

The ARAK-21 XRS Complete Rifle MSRP is $1,899 (one barrel) and $2,159 (with 5.56 NATO and .300 AAC Blackout options)

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