Frontier Tactical – Departing From the Unknown

Frontier Tactical, a disabled Veteran owned company, is a manufacturer bringing innovation and modularity to the already market-proven AR-15 platform.

 

Frontier Tactical FT-15 Series
Frontier Tactical FT-15 Series

 

Brooksville, Florida (February 2017) Frontier Tactical (www.frontiertactical.com) launches the FT-15 series receivers and complete rifles. The FT-15 is the continuing evolution of the Frontier Tactical product development in the firearms industry.  Frontier Tactical introduces the solution for the shooter looking for the newest, breakout technology in firearms.  Offered in two configurations, it is sure to change the way many people think about modular weapon platforms.

The FT-15 Entry Carbine was designed for the AR-15 shooter.  It is an optic-ready, dedicated entry level AR-15 that includes a few upgrades, but leaves the AR-15 ready for further modification.  The lower receiver is marked “MULTI CAL” and is a semi-auto AR-15.  It is the base model for future multiple caliber builds.

The FT-15 War Lock™ Entry Carbine is the upgraded version, and comes equipped with the War Lock™ Multiple Caliber System installed from the factory.  No additional assembly is required.

Both versions come with 7075-T6 forged receivers and offer an enlarged ejection port, allowing cycling of the largest caliber cartridges available for the AR-15 platform (.450 Bushmaster, .458 SOCOM and .50 Beowulf).

The heart of this modular weapon platform is the War Lock Multiple Caliber System.  The War Lock replaces the barrel nut on an AR-15.  Once installed, the AR-15 is modularly capable of firing over 90 calibers by changing simple components (barrel assembly, bolt, magazine, etc).  After initial installation, it requires no tools and caliber changes happen in seconds.

The FT-15 stripped upper and lower receivers are also being released at this time.

About Frontier Tactical:

Frontier Tactical, founded in 2014 in Brooksville, Florida, designs and manufactures firearms and accessories for the defense and shooting industries.  www.frontiertactical.com

 

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Alan
Alan
4 years ago

Vanns40: Concerning your reference to”80 percent”, please correct me if I’m wrong. You get a stripped receiver, the necessary “machining/processing” being 80 percent complete. The buyer would have to do some work, drilling holes, that sort of thing. That having been accomplished, one would need to provide ALL other parts/components, likely saving NO money over buying a completed rifle of whatever brand they desired. The builder would achieve the following. Some measure of personal satisfaction over having assembled their own rifle, not to be sneezed at, the personal satisfaction factor. Secondly, no form 4473 would have been completed, in theory… Read more »

Vanns40
Vanns40
4 years ago

The price…….Okay, $650 for multi conversion PARTS and regarding accuracy— direct from them, they claim 4″ groups at 25 yards with three different calibers, but they aren’t saying which calibers. I say if this interests you and you’ve got the money, hey, be my guest. As for me, maybe I’m just getting old but my preference is and has always been for entire guns. Yeah they do say they’re making whole rifles but I can’t find a price anywhere and I’ve got enough AR platforms anyway, what with 80% and all that! 🙂

John Theis
John Theis
4 years ago
Reply to  Vanns40

You’re kidding, right? A rifle company that touts 4″ groups at 25 yards is… technically a shotgun company.
And they are selling them for about $175 more than companies who sell carbines already assembled that will shoot into a 4″ circle past 100 yards.
Yep, I’d pass.

Nate
Nate
3 years ago
Reply to  Vanns40

Not sure where you get “4” groups at 25 yards”. Do you have a link to that statement?

Jim S
Jim S
4 years ago

Another entry level AR without a price too…
Im not sure if they are selling an AR or this Warlock device

Matt in Oklahoma
Matt in Oklahoma
4 years ago

zzzzzzzzzzz
oh yet another “entry” level AR company with nothing to offer that the home builder can’t do for his buddy in the garage