POF-USA Revolution DI Rifles in .308 & 6.5 Creedmoor Now Shipping

POF-USA Revolution DI Rifles in .308 & 6.5 Creedmoor
POF-USA Revolution DI Rifles in .308 & 6.5 Creedmoor

Phoenix, Arizona – -(AmmoLand.com)- We broke barriers and won awards when we released the piston driven .308 Revolution. Now, we are pleased to introduce the Revolution DI (Direct Impingement). By popular demand, you get the same technology, same durability, same features, and same AR-15 size (yes, it is truly an AR-15 sized rifle that shoots .308), but in a smaller direct impingement system.

What makes the Revolution so special? First, it is NOT a small frame AR-10, its smaller! It features many 5.56 parts; such as charging handle, bolt carrier, roller cam pin, buffer, heat-sink barrel nut, and handguard. Those are just the parts that are interchangeable. The barrel extension, bolt assembly, upper and lower receiver are all the exact same size as those found on an AR-15. This is what makes the Revolution Di possible, and puts a .308 AR platform in your hands that feels and handles like your 5.56 AR-15.

The Revolution Di didn’t shed weight by eliminating features. It’s quite the opposite. There is virtually nothing left to upgrade – no matter your shooting style or sport. This is a full-featured battle carbine complete with an ambidextrous billet lower receiver, 9-position adjustable gas block, heat-sink barrel nut, Renegade rail, single stage match grade trigger, triple port muzzle brake, and more.

The original Revolution PD (Piston Driven) weighs in at a paltry 7.35 pounds, turning heads for its incredible lightweight and small stature for a .308. The 308 Revolution DI weighs even less at 6.81 pounds with a 16” barrel, making it ideal for just about any situation you put it in.

Shipping now in .308 Win and 6.5 Creedmoor.


POF-USA is an Arizona-based small arms manufacturer known for its revolutionary concepts and radical approaches to engineering used to develop the finest piston driven AR-type rifles used by civilians and professionals worldwide. We are a market leader delivering a portfolio of regulated short-stroke gas piston operating rifles. We accept no compromise in the building of our product, known as “Patriot” designs. We will only produce that which is tough, accurate, modular, durable and true. This patriotic mission is brought from passion, authenticity, trustworthiness, rebellion, independence and objectivity. Please visit www.pof-usa.com

  • 8 thoughts on “POF-USA Revolution DI Rifles in .308 & 6.5 Creedmoor Now Shipping

    1. I like it. Having both the AR15 and the AR10 It would be nice to have a light weight 6.5 Creedmoor. My question is do I have to use there barrels of can I use a standard creedmoor barrel my guess would be that you are stuck using their barrels. I’m a fan of BSF barrels so That is why I ask.

    2. I didn’t see any MSRP I imagine these rifles are 15 or 2000 dollar guns so you can probably call and request a barrel change if your spending that kind of money I would expect some variable.

    3. I agree with Kerry to an extent. Yes, a 20” barrel for 6.5 Creedmoor will certainly allow that round to function closer to it’s true capability than a 16” or 18” barrel
      But from what I recall reading from range tests and manufacturers blurbs like this is that majority (not all) consensus over the past 5 years is that a 22” or even a 24” barrel brings out the optimum performance of 6.5 Creedmoor long range accuracy.
      I’ve never seen a manufacturer state that their 20” barrel is the best choice for this round……mostly because it’s not.
      You sacrificed the maximum performance of 6.5 just to “brag” about the small size of your new rifle package.

      1. Not looking for a 1200 yard sniper rifle just comparing performance of an ar-15 in 5.56 or ar-10 308 with 16-18 inch barrels to 6.5 Creedmoor with 20 inch barrel at 600-800 yards witch would perform best?

    4. the 6.5 creedmoor is a very poor choice in a short barreled rifle,,,no faster than a 30-30 carbine,,,with a 150 grain bullet,,

      1. Have you ever looked at a veloicty chart i guess u haven’t to say a 30-30 Is good as a 6.5 creedmoor round.

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