AR15 News:

Battle Arms Development Teams Up With AXTS Weapons

Check out the pics below of the just announced partnership between Battle Arms Development and AXTS Weapons Systems to create a 45 degree safety selector lower receiver.  It will also feature AXTS’ right hand bolt catch as well.
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High-Res pics of new AXTS Billet Lower w/Battle Arms Development AMBI Safety Selector

As I mentioned before, AXTS and Battle Arms Development are teaming up to bring a fully ambidextrous billet lower receiver to market soon.  Up until now all we had were CAD drawing pics.  The high-res pics below show just how nice this lower is going to be.
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702 Shooter:

AXTS Weapons Systems

The A-DAC lower receiver for the AR-15 family of weapons is a new and interesting concept from AXTS Weapons Systems. A-DAC stands for Ambidextrous Dual Action Catch. The A-DAC lower’s unique feature is that by fully depressing the magazine release button, you also activate the bolt catch.
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Defense Review:

US Army Issues New Individual Carbine RFP (Request for Proposal): How Will the Next Carbine Improve on the Colt M4/M4A1 Carbine? We Have Some Ideas…

The U.S. Army is once again out to replace the Colt M4/M4A1 Carbine. I’ve seen reports about the M4A1 being replaced for the last few years. So far, every replacement candidate has been scrapped that I can remember. While the M4/M4A1 has it’s flaws it’s still proven more reliable than the proposed replacements.
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Meet the AX556 and AX762 Ambi AR Lowers

First product up from SHOT Show 2011 is the A-DAC fully-ambidextrous AX556 5.56mm NATO/.223 Rem. and AX762 7.62mm NATO/.308 Win. AR (AR-15 and AR-10-type) fully-ambidextrous lower receivers from AXTS Weapons Systems, which was developed with the assistance of professional feedback from tactical shooting instructor Jason Falla of Redback One and Grey Group Training (GGT).
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The Firearm Blog:

AXTS A-DAC AR-15 Lower Receiver

AXTS’s A-DAC is a nifty lower receiver for the AR-15. What differentiates it from standard mil-spec lower receivers is that the magazine release button, along with releasing the magazine, manipulates the bolt catch. Why would you want this feature? It makes clearing malfunctions much faster.
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Military Spot:

Army Trying To Replace the M4/M4A1, Again!

The U.S. Army is once again out to replace the Colt M4/M4A1 Carbine. I’ve seen reports about the M4A1 being replaced for the last few years. So far, every replacement candidate has been scrapped that I can remember. While the M4/M4A1 has it’s flaws it’s still proven more reliable than the proposed replacements.
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Jerking the Trigger:

A-DAC AR-15 Lower from AXTS Weapons Systems

As we were starting our morning and trying to decide which booth to begin with, we were approached by the guys over at AXTS Weapons Systems who invited us by their space for a look at their A-DAC rifle.
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