Standard Manufacturing, LLC to Release AR Platform Rifles

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posted on July 22, 2016
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Standard Manufacturing Co, LLC announced the release of its latest Sporting Rifles, the STD-15. Two models, Model A and Model B were announced this month. Pointing to the company's prior sales success rate with the DP-12 Model pump-action shotgun, Standard Manufacturing introduced the STD-15 models geared towards left handed users, sporting enthusiasts and avid long distance hunters.

Lou Frutuoso, President of Standard Manufacturing, commented, "The STD-15 was created by top of the line engineers using the most advanced machinery available. We took what people wanted — a perfect balance of weight, durability, and performance, and made the best firearm there is."

With both models offered in matte black finish and a lightweight resin, they weigh in at 6.0 pounds and 6 pounds, 3.2 ounces respectively. The STD-15 models are chambered in 5.56 NATO and feature 16-inch barrel length as well as a 1:9-inch twist rate in a 4150 CMV, Government profile barrel with M4 feed ramps and QPF Nitride Coating. Unlike other cases, the STD-15 makes them easier to stack and place in storage. Both models feature direct-gas-impingement, and the Model A sports an A2 Flash Hider where the Model B features the company's proprietary Phantom. The models range in MSRP of $999 to $1,249.00 depending on the model.

An extended wait time for some of Standard Manufacturing Co's products may persist while we attempt to supply the unprecedented level of demand due to our success with left handed clients. As always, our clients and distributors can rest assured that Standard Manufacturing Co., LLC will continue to streamline all efforts while expanding our production potential and retaining the quality level and precision that our clients and consumers have come to expect from our products.

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