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Rosco Manufacturing Announces Upper Receiver Groups (URGs)

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Rosco Manufacturing, the AR-15 components manufacturer, has announced new complete Upper Receiver Groups (URGs) in 7 unique configurations for AR-15 platforms. With barrel lengths varying from 11.5″ to 16″, they have debuted a good assortment that should hopefully entice everyone’s wallet during a potential new build.

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Rosco Manufacturing Upper Receiver Groups (URGs) are meant to be a culmination of performance and synchronization of their barrels and accessories. Rosco’s goal was to supply shooters with well-made barrels to improve their current platforms or build out new ones. All of those new Upper Receiver Groups (URGs) can be seen below:

Rosco Manufacturing has announced new complete Upper Receiver Groups (URGs) in 7 unique configurations for AR-15 platforms.

11.5” Bloodline Wedge Lock URG (Built) // BL-115-URG-WG-BLT – MSRP $530

Central Falls, Rhode Island – May 1st, 2024 – Rosco Manufacturing, an expert American manufacturer of hard-use precision rifle barrels, is thrilled to announce the launch of its Upper Receiver Groups (URGs). Rosco URGs are offered in a variety of models to match its barrel lineup including Bloodline, K9 and Purebred. This line of URGs builds off of Rosco’s experience and talent as shooters and gunsmiths to provide non-builders with a product that is a readily available drop-in option.

“From the years of turning barrels (OEM & Commercial), to the hand-picked support components and the many hours of working over a bench, our URGs have every bit of our DNA in them,” said Rosco Manufacturing President Mike D’Angelo Jr. “All of the details that are often disregarded by other manufacturers, headspace, correct torques and gas port/gas block alignment, are the starting points to our upper receiver groups. These features are not just a hit-list of tasks for these URGs, it’s a roadmap that we will never compromise on.”

The “Built” Wedge Lock of Rosco Manufacturing’s Upper Receiver Groups (URGs) features the best aftermarket items Rosco sells as standard equipment in a ready-to-roll combo. From their coveted in-house-made barrels to Wedge Lock Forged Uppers and Wedge Lock M-LOK handguards, Rosco attempted to hand select the best of what they have to offer. The only question that remains is whether or not you’d be willing to add one to your next build?… As always, let us know all of your thoughts about Rosco Manufacturing and their Upper Receiver Groups (URGs) in the Comments below! We always appreciate your feedback.

Rosco Manufacturing has announced new complete Upper Receiver Groups (URGs) in 7 unique configurations for AR-15 platforms.

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