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Knights Armament Company – SR-25 APC

Tuesday, October 23rd, 2018

SR-25 APC M-LOK

The SR-25 Advanced Precision Carbine is a dual-role AR-pattern rifle chambered for 7.62mm NATO, designed for both close range engagement as well as accurate fire past 800m. It features a 16″, 5R cut rifled barrel with a 1/10 twist, complete with a KAC 7.62mm flash hider, for use with KAC QDC suppressors. The SR-25 APC features fully-ambidextrous lower receiver controls, a carbon cutter enhanced bolt carrier with E2 dual ejector bolt assembly, KAC 2 stage 4.5 lbs. match trigger, and KAC 200-600 meter flip up rear micro sight paired with a KAC micro flip up front sight. The SR-25 APC comes complete with a URX4 free float M-LOK rail, LMT SOPMOD buttstock, and KAC 20-round magazine.

The SR-25 Advanced Precision Carbine weights 8 lbs. 10 oz. unloaded, and is 35.75-39.5″ in length.

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MDM – Knight’s Armament Company

Thursday, September 26th, 2013

Knight’s had their entry for the US Army Forward Rail Accessory Kit (FRAK) program. KAC is one of three finalists along with PPI and Adams Arms. The URX IBN rail essentially becomes the barrel nut and comes with a set of shims that can be reused.

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Technically, it can be installed by a unit Armorer but in the Army armorers no longer remove barrel nuts so it has to be done at Depot level. It features a removable lower rail that is removed via a detent that can be depressed with a cartridge tip. Then, you can replace the lower rail with an M203/320/26 equipped either with the GI mounting hardware or KAC’s free float versions.

Additionally, you can mount an MRE rail but that is not currently part of the FRAK program. Hopefully, we’ll see that as an ECP or P3I initiative.

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KAC’s Trey Knight Interviews TAC TV’s Larry Vickers – Part 2

Tuesday, July 30th, 2013

KAC’s Trey Knight Interviews TAC TV’s Larry Vickers

Monday, July 22nd, 2013

2013 MagPul Dynamics Partners

Sunday, March 24th, 2013

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MagPul Dynamics produced this graphic to recognize their partners for 2013: Arc’teryx LEAF, Aimpoint, Inc., Thunder Beast Arms Corporation, Vortex Optics, Knight’s Armament Company, NIGHTHAWK CUSTOM FIREARMS, Dark Angel Medical, LLC, Trijicon, Inc., and Ares Gear, LLC.

AWA Fourth Annual Golf Tournament Wrapup

Monday, June 4th, 2012

AWA President, Bill Ivey, presents a check for $2,000 to the Armed Forces Foundation at the close of fundraising activities on May 10th, 2012.

The Asymmetric Warrior Association (AWA) held its Fourth Annual Golf Tournament and Fundraiser at Renditions Grand Slam Experience located in Davidsonville, Maryland on May 10th, 2012. The AWA was formed in order to foster camaraderie among all ranks of the Asymmetric Warfare Group and support scholarships and charitable donations. This year, AWA raised awareness of Wounded Warrior and Transitioning Soldier issues and provided a check for $2,000 to the Armed Forces Foundation. AWA also plans to present a $2,000 check to Homes for Our Troops and award several college scholarships to AWA dependents. These donations could not have been possible without the support of AWA’s corporate sponsors that included: Vision Technologies, Inc., Heckler & Koch, Beretta, Knight’s Armament Company, Ensign-Bickford Aerospace & Defense Company, Booz/Allen/Hamilton, Nike Golf, Chick-Fil-A, Tranter Graphics, and Spyderco.

AWA President, Bill Ivey, says thank you to a wounded warrior from Bethesda, Maryland’s Transition Center during the Award’s Ceremony at the end of the Golf Tournament and Fundraiser on May 10th, 2012.

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