First Look: ATI Mil-Sport & Omni Hybrid Rifles in 6 mm ARC

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posted on July 31, 2021
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6 mm ARC (short for Advanced Rifle Cartridge) is a rifle cartridge developed from the 6.5 Grendel round, necked down for 6 mm bullets. A 6 mm ARC bullet will remain supersonic at 1,000 yards and beyond, which makes it ideal for situations which require precise hits at longer ranges. Better still, the 6 mm ARC round is short enough to fit inside the receiver of almost any AR-15 pattern firearm. With an upper or a dedicated rifle in 6 mm ARC, the AR-15 you know so well can now reach out and make on-target hits at 600, 700 or even 1,000 yards.

Now American Tactical is introducing two new 6mm ARC rifle models. More commonly known as ATI, American Tactical, Inc. is known for manufacturing and importing a wide range of affordable firearms, ammunition and tactical gear. With the introduction of these two new guns, ATI is bringing the precision and versatility of the 6 mm ARC round to their customers

ATI’s popular Mil-Sport Rifle and Omni Hybrid Maxx Rifle are now available chambered in 6 mm ARC. The low recoil and high accuracy of the 6 mm ARC round makes it well-suited for use in both of these two rifle platforms.  

Both of the ATI 6 mm ARC rifles feature an 18-inch  barrel with a 15-inch M-Lok compatible rail. The barrels have a 1:7-inch twist rate, a 5/8x24 thread pitch, and a flash hider at 5/8x25 pattern. The Mil-Sport Rifle and Omni Hybrid Maxx Rifle both feature an ATI SR-1 Rear Stock, while the Omni Hybrid Maxx model also has a Nano Composite Trigger Kit.

MSRP for the  Mil-Sport 6 mm ARC rifle is $949.95 and the Omni Hybrid Maxx 6 mm ARC rifle has an MSRP of $829.95. For more information on these gun and other products from American Tactical Inc, please visit americantactical.us.

 

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