URG-I Complete, Near Clone, 10.3" Variant, 5.56MM
This upper receiver group is a 10.3" variant of the Geissele URG-I.
For more than 50 years the famed silhouette of the M16/M4 has only had one major and several minor changes. Barrel lengths and buttstocks have changed, but more or less the evolution of America’s right arm has proceeded apace with each generation of warrior making her their own. In that time, the sight of the M16/M4 in the competent grasp of young Americans has meant hope to countless millions of people around the globe.
With the advent of the USASOC URGI, that quintessentially American silhouette has changed forever. The Geissele Super Modular Rail MK 16 handguard, hammer forged barrel, and carbine gas system work in concert for a package that delivers measurable increases in hit probability. Designed to take the full rigors of the new M855A1 (AB57) ammunition, the USASOC URGI also takes full advantage of its capabilities. Once the USASOC URGI is installed on an existing system, it essentially makes for a brand new weapon. The USASOC URGI is a near-clone upper receiver group currently going into service with USASOC.
|Notes||NFA DISCLAIMER/WARNING: This item does not meet the 16" minimum barrel length requirement, and requires registration and a tax stamp with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE) when assembled into a complete rifle. Additional state and local restrictions may apply. It is the sole responsibility of the buyer to comply with any and all applicable laws.|
Buy NOW - David
Great clone. shoots more accurate than I can do. amazing quality. Love the look. Geissele gotta stop making great quality stuff!!!December 18th, 2018
Very nice fit and finish, will buy again. - Kev
Just got my URG-I 10.3 near clone after Black Friday. Came with a free H3 buffer and spring. Overall excellent build quality. Sure beats my Knights rail from the block 1.5 build. If you guys ever let the secret out, tell me who makes the bolt and receiver on this thing! Thanks guys, this upper is sweet, love ya.November 29th, 2018
p.s. Is H3 recommended for a short barrel, I was surprised it wasn’t a H1 or H2.