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6.5 Grendel Rifle Kit

6.5 Grendel Rifle Kit

Long-range 6.5 Grendel AR kits for maximizing your accuracy.

Who says the 5.56/.223 platform AR-15 can't reach out past 500 yards? What about 800 yards or more? That's exactly what a 6.5 Grendel Rifle Kit can provide you. These kits utilize almost entirely 5.56/.223 components - including upper and lower receivers, parts kits, handguards, buffer and tubes, the works - while swapping the usual barrel for a Grendel setup and a high-pressure bolt capable of handling the Grendel's extra powder burn.

 

Match Barrels for Hyper Accuracy

All barrels in these 6.5 Grendel kits are precision-forged from mil-spec 4150 CMV or 416R Crucible stainless, providing hardened and polished rifling lands and grooves that guarantee the most accuracy possible. Barrels sport a 1:8 twist rate, which provides the most gyroscopic stability for 6.5 Grendel's heaviest and most accurate loads.

 

What's Included (Grendel Kit Specs)

Barreled Upper Assembly

  • Grendel Type II chamber
  • 0.750" gas ports
  • 1/2x28 threads
  • Button rifling
  • Free-float handguard
  • M4 flattop upper receiver
  • M4 feed ramps

Grendel Bolt Carrier Group

  • M16 / Full-Auto carrier
  • Forged from 9310 steel
  • High-pressure bolt and firing pin
  • Type II bolt face for reliable ejection
  • Staked gas key, chrome-lined body

Lower Parts Kit

  • Mil-spec LPK
  • Single-stage trigger
  • ~4.5-lb. trigger pull

Stock Assembly

  • Carbine buffer tube
  • Carbine buffer weight
  • M4-type buttstock

 

Pair with an AR-15 Lower or 80% Lower!

Since Grendel loads utilize standard 5.56/.223 components, that means you get to use a regular AR-15 stripped lower receiver or 80% lower. Grendel requires specific magazines, but the exterior of the magazine body first perfectly in the standard AR-15 lower, with no modifications required for the mag catch or release button.

Want to know more? Read our 6.5 Grendel AR-15 Build Guide.

 


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