Armalite’s new precision rifle for 2014 is the AR31. There is a great deal to like about this rifle. First is the V bedding system that exactly matches the receiver. The receiver is then drawn into position with two bolts. This arrangement ensures repeatable accuracy no matter how many times the action is separated from the chassis. The AR31 also comes with a continuous 20 MOA top rail, so shooter’s are not restricted by optic limitations; adding image intensified or thermal sights is easily accomplished. The rifle feeds from the standard AR10 magazines so there is a common for use with your semi-automatic platform.
WISELY, Armalite has moved away from the original AR30 compact angled bolt knob to a large in-line operating handle and bolt knob. Lastly, they’ve incorporated the target stock available on the AR-30A1 in the AR31 design, which is adjustable for cheek weld and length of pull. The AR31 is a sub MOA short action precision rifle chambered in .308 Win and will sell at a suggested retail price of $3,460. This gun is sure to be a winner.
Armalite’s AR31 Chambered in .308 Win
Armalite’s AR30-A1 Chambered in 338 Lapua Magnum (also available in 300 Win Mag)