Battle Rifle Company To Display the New BR4 Trident at NASGW Show 2015

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(Houston, TX) – Battle Rifle Company will introduce their latest addition: the BR4 Trident at the 2015 NASGW show.
The BR4 Trident is the first rifle specifically designed for MARSEC (Maritime Security) operations and shipboard usage. Built and constructed for long lasting life in extreme weather conditions, the BR4 Trident is unlike any other rifle and suited perfectly for marine environments.
Available with an 11.5″ or 16″ barrel, all major components of the BR4 Trident have a Hi-Temp Cerakote finish including the upper and lower receivers, buffer tube, forearm quad-rail and the front sight base. The rifle includes a 416S Stainless Steel Hi-Temp Cerakote finished Cryogenically treated barrel with a 1:7 twist, and also comes with a stainless steel fire control group, nickel boron M16 profile bolt carrier group, stainless steel pins and lower parts, stainless steel springs and a narrow comfort grip quad rail. All the components are coated with Nano Technology to insure a water tight seal that prevents corrosion and rust due to wet environmental conditions.


“Careful consideration was given that no direct ferrous metal to metal contact was made throughout the entire rifle,” says Noah Maudalin, Battle Rifle Company Master Gunsmith. “The rifle comes in Semi and select fire models; needless to say, we are all super excited to introduce this to marine security divisions as well as the general public.”

For more information on Battle Rifle Company, visit www.battleriflecompany.com.

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