The TAC2 AR15 Discreet Carry Kit
|Hi Mike,Just reporting back after returning from the test run in the desert. Other than being hotter than hell out,
the gun ran great, not one failure of any kind.
I slow fired thirty rounds then fired 4 mags of 30
Steve El Paso, TX
|I have installed the kit and it went very simple and quick. Great bunch of parts and well made I have put 100 round
through this take apart AR and cannot find any
point of impact change. I did the barrel break in thing– single shot then clean the barrel for 10 rounds–took the gun apart and put it back together and did the break in thing again.
All groups were sub MOA at 100 yards. Thank you so much for an excellent kit that works perfectly.
|I love the TACc-2 gun and it works great.Jerry, Tennessee
I put my dry-fire AR kit together and used it today. Works
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|TAC2 AR15/M16 Discreet Carry Kit
This is a “no tools required”, barrel changing system, designed to work on your current AR15/M16 rifle/carbine.
Dry-Fire offers you three options in outfitting you with your TAC2 AR15 Concealed Carry Kit.
We offer you:
|2.Complete Upper Assembly: (No FFL required)
PLEASE SELECT TUBE LENGTH AND CASE OPTION BEFORE CLICKING ADD TO CART BUTTON
TAC 2 Parts can be bought individually
Tubes: Please choose size before clicking “add to cart” (7 inch and 12 inch) Both sizes —
Lock nut—— Locking plate—-
For replacement cases
- Black Leather Case (includes foam cut out to gun shape) / plus shipping .
- Pelican Case (includes the pick-and-pluck foam unless you request the regular foam)/ plus shipping
We offer a Lifetime Guarantee Normal change out of an AR15/M16 barrel requires several specialized tools, a vise, and about 30-45 minutes to accomplish. This system requires a one-time replacement of the original barrel nut with the QC barrel nut, and then barrel change out is done with hands only in less than 30 seconds. This system requires a low-profile gas block. Gunsmith installation is recommended for initial conversion, however, most anyone with basic mechanical skills, and the proper tools can accomplish the task in less than an hour. Once conversion is completed, deployment is simple: 1. Open the briefcase, and remove the barrel and receiver unit. 2. Open the bolt, and insert the barrel into the upper receiver. While holding the barrel into the upper receiver, release the bolt. 3. Remove the fore-end tube from the briefcase and slide it over the barrel and screw tightly onto the barrel nut. 4. Extend the stock, chamber a cartridge, and your AR is ready for action.