SilencerCo Unveils SCO-15 Billet Upper Receiver for AR-15

SilencerCo SCO-15 Upper
SilencerCo’s new custom upper receiver. IMG SilencerCo

U.S.A. -( The SilencerCo SCO15 Upper is a premium AR-15 stripped upper receiver, precision machined from billet 7075 aluminum and finished in type III hard anodize. It features a mil-spec 1913 Picatinny rail and M4 feed ramps. Additionally, it is compatible with mil-spec forward assists and dust covers. It is everything a shooter needs to complete their dream AR-15 build.  Perfect to pair with the SCO15 Lower Receiver.

  • Mil-Spec 1913 Picatinny rail
  • Compatible with mil-spec forward assist and dust cover (not included)
  • Designed for use with standard Mil-Spec lower receiver
  • M4 feed ramps

SilencerCo uppers are finished with Type III Hardcoat Anodize, this process forms an extremely hard, abrasion-resistant finish.  While this finish provides superior results, it can cause some variance in the finish color.  SilencerCo can’t guarantee that a SCO15 Lower will be an exact match with a SilencerCo SCO15 Upper.  Color variations are not covered under warranty.

MODEL ​SCO15 Upper Receiver
​MSRP $219

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About SilencerCo

SilencerCo, based in West Valley, UT is the nation’s leading designer and manufacturer of suppressors. Since our birth in 2008, our dedication to authenticity and innovation has never wavered. Today, we continue to focus on exceptional customer service and industry-leading products; products that are crafted by people with the utmost dedication to our industry. We are hunters, shooters, and gun enthusiasts, just like you. Our innovative and forward-thinking approach has allowed us to give the firearms industry what many said was impossible. This is what drives us to be better—to be the best. Because you—the shooter, the hunter, the Second Amendment lover—deserve the best.


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I’d like to see them produce more of their Suppressors, and accessories for them, rather than divert resources to make a non NFA item that one can purchase from hundreds of other companies in an almost saturated market.