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ARES SCR Sport Configurable Rifle

ARES SCR Sport Configurable Rifle

ARES Defense Systems

ARES Defense Systems

Melbourne, FL --(Ammoland.com)- ARES Defense will roll out an all new rifle platform for the American sportsman at the NRA Show in Indianapolis, April 25-27 2014.

The innovative, patented ARES SCR (Sport Configurable Rifle) is the first of its class of firearms that is legal in all 50 states.

The ARES SCR blends strength, reliability, accuracy with the rugged all weather characteristics of America’s longest serving infantry rifle and the classic lines of an all-American sporter.

Lightweight, accurate and featuring a MIL-STD 1913 flat top upper receiver that accepts most modern optics, the ARES SCR is designed to perform under the most demanding field, competitive shooting or tactical conditions.  The multi-caliber, modular design permits the operator to instantly change calibers in the field by simply pressing two pins and exchanging one upper receiver assembly for another.

Designed for optimal configuration, the ARES SCR accepts most Modern Sporting Rifle accessories and parts including magazines, upper receivers, barrels, bolts, handguards and optics- so it can be easily and effectively reconfigured for each individual shooters’ style and activity.

Supported by a full line of performance accessories and manufactured of the highest quality aircraft grade alloys by American craftsmen, the weatherproof, dependable ARES SCR will provide a lifetime of accurate shooting pleasure for all Americans.  See the new, sleek, low profile ARES SCR™ at the NRA Show - Booth 7970.

Specifications:

  • Caliber- Available in .223/5.56mm, 7.62x39mm
  • Magazine Capacity- Comes with 5rd. (Can accept any AR15/M16 Magazine).
  • Weight- 5.7 Lbs.
  • OAL- Carbine: 37”  -   Rifle: 39”
  • Barrel Length- Carbine: 16.25” -  Rifle: 18” 1/9 Twist
  • Handguard – Magpul MOE handguard available in both Carbine and Rifle Lengths
  • Finish: MIL-Spec Black Hardcoat anodized finish
  • 100% Made in the U.S.A.
  • Patented Design with Additional Patents Pending
ARES SCR Sport Configurable Rifle

ARES SCR Sport Configurable Rifle

Since its founding in 1997, ARES Defense Systems has focused on the development of military small arms and accessories of unique versatility, innovation and exceptional quality for military, law enforcement and commercial customers.  Engineered and manufactured with the highest quality American-made materials, ARES products are produced on state-of-the-art CNC machining centers in an ultra modern facility by a highly skilled workforce.  Headquartered on the USA’s Space Coast, ARES intense dedication to mission critical innovation has resulted in numerous patented advancements resulting in lighter, stronger, better performing weapons and accessories for the operator.  To learn more about ARES Defense Systems visit www.aresdefense.com.

  • 4 User comments to “ARES SCR Sport Configurable Rifle to Debut at NRA Show 2014”

    1. Jeff Cantwell on April 18, 2014 at 6:53 AM said:

      I don’t get it. There is no buffer tube. Where does the bolt carrier group reciprocate into?

    2. ChiefCrash on April 18, 2014 at 11:19 AM said:

      Looks just like the old Blackstar Arms BSR-15 from 2006…

    3. Capn Jack on April 18, 2014 at 11:48 AM said:

      Good Question…Got to be a gimmick there somewhere…”the ARES SCR accepts most Modern Sporting Rifle accessories and parts including magazines, upper receivers, barrels, bolts,”

      I think the KEY WORD here is “MOST”.

    4. Charlie on April 18, 2014 at 10:52 PM said:

      That’s one ugly black gun, i prefer the other AR-15 NY compliant builds. Hammer or spur

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