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RECOILtv: Full Auto Polymer?

Who said polymer couldn't be full auto fun in an AR? Well, a couple people would probably mirror that sentiment, but here at RECOIL, we aim to debunk any and all claims we can. Introducing the KP-15 Polymer Receiver from KE Arms. The KP-15 is an AR15 style receiver made from injection-molded, glass-filled nylon, incorporating the buttstock, buffer tube, pistol grip, and trigger into the receiver design as integral components. Drawing inspiration and experience from earlier monolithic polymer receiver designs, the KP-15 incorporates modern manufacturing techniques and features for today's fan of the classic-looking AR platform. This design cuts down weight, manufacturing time, and most importantly, cost, to those who desire a straight-stock look. Compatible with most common AR15 upper and lower parts kits, this polymer receiver sports a variety of neat little add ons to bring the platform into the modern age. Join RECOIL Editor in Chief, Iain Harrison, as he teams up with InRangeTV and KE Arms to dump mag after mag through the KP-15 in the 115-degree heat in Arizona, and tries to break this little guy with some creative ideas on the range!
For more information on the KP-15, be sure to head on over to http://www.kearms.com/
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More on the KP-15

  • The Polymer lower actually dates back into the 60's, read it here.
  • Their initial announcement had some bold claims, read more.




2 responses to “RECOILtv: Full Auto Polymer?”

  1. Fyrfytr998 says:

    Was just a matter of time before someone added the right components and materials to make a good polymer lower. The bulkiness of the stock itself looks to be offset by the sheer lightness in weight.

    I’ll be keeping my eye on the future development of this item.

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  • Was just a matter of time before someone added the right components and materials to make a good polymer lower. The bulkiness of the stock itself looks to be offset by the sheer lightness in weight.

    I'll be keeping my eye on the future development of this item.

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