Mil-spec hardware made to maximize 6.5 Grendel's accuracy.
The AR-15 is a great rifle but for some, 5.56 and .223 just doesn't pack a big punch or long enough reach. For others, 6.5 Creedmoor and .308 Winchester are too big to lug around. So, the AR's .308 platform is out of the question. That's where the 6.5 Grendel AR-15 comes in. This .264 cartridge bridges the gap between the .22 and .30 calibers popular with the black rifle. Grendel offers .308 performance in the .22-cal platform, providing the best of both worlds: You get longer reach and power than 5.56, and lower recoil and cost than Creedmoor or .308.
To complete your Grendel build, purchase separately an AR-15 billet, forged, or polymer 80% lower. Completing your lower is easy and requires an 80% AR-15 jig, which comes with the necessary bits and instructions.
With our finely tuned Grendel Kits, you'll be able to reach 800 yards confidently. Taking advantage of an accurate round like 6.5 Grendel means selecting the right components. Otherwise, you're just paying for a hotter round that doesn't provide better performance. We take time to talk to shooters and gunsmiths before configuring our Rifle Kits. Our Grendel setups are made with optimal barrel lengths, rifling, twist rates, and materials to afford as much accuracy as possible. Barrels are fired and proofed before sale.
Your long-range Grendel build awaits.
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