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$98k Titanium AR15

Attention rich white guys: this titanium AR15 needs to be part of your collection.  Yes, the majority of this rifle is titanium, and that DOES NOT include the barrel.  I have to admit it looks awfully pretty, it should for about $98k.  Check out the vid:

Hey thanks for clearly pointing out this rifle is wildly impractical.  There is no way I could have arrived to that conlcusion by simply seeing the price tag.  If only the makers of the double barrel 1911 had the same sense of honesty.  Anywho, I feel like with this much titanium they really could have pushed for a better pistol grip; just sayin'...  Here is some info from Nemo, the official maker:

  • Titanium Matched Receiver Set
  • 416 Stainless Steel, .308 Win, 1/10 Twist, Black Nitride Finish, 16” HBAR Profile
  • Titanium Customizable Tube Handguard
  • Troy Tritium Micro Set Back Up Iron Sights
  • Titanium Picatinny Handguard Rails
  • Choate 6-position Buttstock
  • Titanium Low Profile Gas Block
  • Titanium Charging Handle with Tactical Latch
  • Hogue Grip with Battery Management System
  • Titanium DRK Compensator
  • KNS Anti-Rotational Pins
  • Timney 4lb Solid Trigger
  • Norgon Ambi Mag Catch
  • Ambi Safety Selector
  • Titanium Buffer Tube
  • Stainless Steel Buffer
  • Titanium Bolt Carrier, Nickel Boron Coated Bolt
  • Trijicon TA648RMR-308 ACOG 6×48 Red Chevron .308 with TA75 Rail and RM02-33 8.0 MOA
  • 8.65 lbs, unloaded with no magazine, optics or sights
  • 35.75” Long, Collapsed, 39” Extended

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So, I would have assumed some significant weight savings with Titanium, but it weighs almost as much as a stock M-16

April 10, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterCT

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