Uintah Precision True Bolt-Action AR Rifles to Attend SHOT Show 2020 ~ VIDEO

USA –  -(AmmoLand.com)- Uintah Precision produces the only true bolt-action, precision upper receiver for AR-pattern rifles. Compatible with LR-308 and AR-15 platform rifles, UPR10 and UPR15 bolt action uppers simply pin in place of your existing upper receiver. No modifications or changes are needed to your lower receiver and they feed from standard magazines. Blending the familiarity and modularity of the AR with the precision and accuracy of a bolt action, Uintah Precision brings you the best of both worlds.

Uintah’s uppers are available in a variety of popular calibers.

  • Standard offerings for the UPR15 are 223 Wylde, 300 BLK, 6.5 Grendel, and 224 Valkyrie.
  • Standard offerings for the UPR10 are 243, 308, 6mm Creedmoor and 6.5 Creedmoor.

Custom calibers and barrel options are available, including Proof Research barrels.

UPR10 uppers currently come standard with Shilen, No. 5 profile, match grade barrels and have a 20 MOA rail machined into them. UPR15 uppers come standard with barrels produced from Preferred Barrels blanks and are a flat top railed upper. The bolts are a 3 lug design, machined from 4140 American steel and utilize a Savage style extractor.

Uintah Precision offers both the UPR10 and UPR15 in LEFT and RIGHT handed configurations.

Both models are compatible with most aftermarket accessories, allowing shooters to customize their weapons like they would any other AR-pattern rifle. From hunting to long-range precision, or even compliance within heavily regulated states, the Uintah Precision can fill all roles.

UPR receivers come with a manufacturer's warranty, MOA guarantee and 30-day satisfaction guarantee.

This year, Uintah Precision is debuting their complete bolt action AR rifles. They feature matched uppers and lowers both designed and produced in house. The complete Uintah Precision Bolt Action AR Rifles provide a clean and sleek design for those that are just as concerned about appearance as they are performance while retaining all the features of the original UPR uppers.

Uintah Precision True Bolt-Action AR Rifles to Attend SHOT Show 2020
Uintah Precision True Bolt-Action AR Rifles to Attend SHOT Show 2020

Uintah Precision
Uintah Precision

About Uintah Precision

Uintah Precision is the industry-leading bolt action upper receiver option for AR rifles. Our complete bolt action upper receivers are designed to work with nearly any standard AR assembly. It feeds out of your standard AR magazines, so there are no modifications necessary.

www.uintahprecision.com

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Rock
Rock
5 months ago

$1,088.00 to $1,188.00 for an AR15 UPPER assembly (upper, bolt, barrel, shroud)… JUST the upper… You gotta be FRIGGING goofy, NFW !
You can build your own for around $600.00. For the upper only price here, you can get a ready to fire Ruger Precision Rifle. The Ruger is AWESOME, trust me !

StLPro2A
StLPro2A
5 months ago

Made my own bolt action AR several years ago. Used a side charging AR upper (straight pull) and BCG from Alexander Arms and an adjustable gas block (On-OFF and 3 intermediate settings). Shut gas block off and work bolt as a straight pull bolt action. MUCH, MUCH cheaper than this bolt design. And, with a simple twist of the gas block, it goes semi-auto. Best of both worlds at much more reasonable cost. This thing is a no-go.

Carbuilder
Carbuilder
5 months ago

Looks nice, but you can by a complete Ruger precision cheaper than UP’s upper.

Rock
Rock
5 months ago
Reply to  Carbuilder

Zackley !

Jim
Jim
5 months ago

Should say “thing”, but I had too much wine…

Jim
Jim
5 months ago

Judist Priest, could they design this thin with more sharp edges, dust catchers and cheese graters?

gcm
gcm
5 months ago
Reply to  Jim

How true, how true.

Rock
Rock
5 months ago
Reply to  gcm

Code named the Horned Toad ! Fire the gun in the picture and watch in slow motion, that massive cantilever will have the scope looking like a tuning fork ! The less cantilever the better, I prefer ZERO unless there is absolutely no other way. If there is enough picatinny rail to attach two separate straight up rings, THAT is the best way to go.