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SA-15 FLR Lower Receivers Now Shipping

Available in stripped lower and complete pistol configurations

Bigfork, MT, October 29, 2018 7-22-19

The Shield Arms SA-15 built on the patent-pending FLR folding lower receiver is shipping now in stripped lower and complete pistol configurations! The FLR is billed as “…the world’s first folding AR-15 lower receiver – no adapter required.” You may recall coverage of the weapon last October here on Soldier Systems Daily.

The Shield Arms Folding Lower Receiver (FLR) features a folding stock mechanism machined and built directly into the receiver, allowing the stock or pistol brace to fold without the need of an aftermarket folding stock adapter. The FLR is one of several innovative products we expect to see from Shield Arms, which was originally known for their extensive magazine extension line (and later for their 15-round capacity after-market Glock 43x/48 mags).

Features:
§ Built-in folding mechanism for compact storage – NOT AN ADAPTER
§ Machined from 7075-T6 aircraft grade billet aluminum
§ Ships with standard weight proprietary buffer
§ Accepts standard AR-15 magazines
§ Matte black hard-coat anodized per Mil 8625 Type 3 Class 2
§ Precision machined magazine well with beveled feed lip for easy mag changes
§ Machined and engraved to be compatible with 45 and 60-degree short throw fire control selectors
§ Caliber marking of “MULTI” 
§ Compatible with most standard AR-15 components and most aftermarket parts
§ Take down pin spring and detent hole is threaded for a 6-32 set screw for easy capturing (hardware included)
§ Upper tension screw behind grip screw (threaded hole with hardware included) to adjust any “slop” out of vertical fit between upper and lower
§ Ambidextrous trigger finger rests with grooves (above and below mag release/mag catch)
§ Threaded bolt catch pin (Threaded hole and hardware)

Get a better look by watching the video:

shieldarms.com (@shield.arms)

One Response to “SA-15 FLR Lower Receivers Now Shipping”

  1. Fister says:

    Is it like the RPR where it has a button you must press to release the butt stock? And is it like the LAW folding hinge where you cannot shoot it without the stock folded out? I know these may seem dumb but I have an RPR. Hat the folding stock and I know I can shoot the RPR with the stock folded if need be. But it’s a bolt action. I know nothing about a semi auto version!

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