10.5" 7.62x39 with 10" FCR and SBA3
10.5" 7.62x39 with 10" FCR and SBA3


 
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MSRP: $709.95

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Product Code: FP10.5-7.62X39HBAR-10FCR-SBA3
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Description
 

The Radical Firearms 10.5" Hbar 7.62x39 AR Pistol uses MIL-STD Upper and lower receivers along with our 10" FCR free float rail system for increased accuracy, keeping your hands cool, and giving you plenty of room for accessories. Starting in 2019 we are excited to be adding the SB-Tactical SBA3 adjustable pistol brace line of pistols. Regardless if it’s your first or fiftieth, a Radical Firearms AR pistol will not disappoint!

SKU: FP10.5-7.62X39HBAR-10FCR-SBA3
UPC: 814034022187
MFR#: RF01308

  • Barrel Length: 10.5"
  • Barrel Material: 4150 Chrome Moly Vanadium
  • Barrel Finish: Melonite
  • Barrel Profile: Hbar
  • Barrel Thread Pitch: 5/8x24
  • Chamber: 7.62x39
  • Twist Rate: 1:10
  • Barrel Extension: M4 Feed Ramps
  • Gas System: Carbine Length
  • Gas Block Type: .750 Low Profile Gas Block
  • Muzzle Device: A2 Flash Hider
  • Upper Receiver Material: Forged 7075 T6
  • Upper Receiver Style: M4 MIL-STD
  • Upper Receiver Finish: Type III Anodizing
  • Forward Assist: Yes
  • Dust Cover: Yes
  • Handguard Type: Free Float
  • Handguard Style: M-Lok Thin Rail
  • Handguard Length: 10"
  • Charging Handle: MIL-STD
  • Lower Receiver: Forged 7075 T6
  • Lower Receiver Finish: Type III Anodizing
  • Safety: MIL-STD STYLE AMBI
  • Fire Control Group: MIL-STD
  • Buffer Tube: Carbine Buffer Tube
  • Pistol Brace: SB-TACTICAL SBA3
  • Magazine: 7.62x39 20 Round


Average Rating: Average Rating: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

  5 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
 
5 of 5 Great quality and value May 2, 2019
Reviewer: Ed Cunningham from Austin, TX  
I do not understand why RF has so many negative comments on the gun forums, and I almost didn't by my first RF because of these comments. Either RF fixed the issues before I bought my first RF rifle last year (2018) or their competitors are planting these negative comments. I have much more expensive AR's that I absolutely love, but I do not have any AR's that I feel have given me more value for my money than RF.

To resolve the feeding issues all 7,62X39 AR's have in common, you need to add an enhanced firing pin ($10), a Wolff heavy hammer spring ($3) and C-Products 7.62X39 AR magazine ($19).

As far as guns I would pick to defend my family, my two RF 7.62X39 AR's are not going to replace my Daniel Defense AR's, but they are much closer to Daniel Defense than they are to PSA.

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