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SilencerCo SCO15 Lower Receiver – First Look

SilencerCo introduces its own interpretation of the AR-15 lower, the SCO15.

SilencerCo SCO15 Lower Receiver – First Look

The SCO15 SilencerCo lower receiver is finished in a Type III hardcoat anodize for added durability and corrosion resistance. The new design includes a proprietary ambidextrous bolt catch, integrated enlarged trigger guard, and ambidextrous multi-position sling swivels as well as various other features.

SilencerCo SCO15

SilencerCo SCO15 Specs

  • Description: Billet AR-15 lower receiver
  • Material: 7075 aluminum
  • Finish: Type III hard anodize

SilencerCo SCO15 Features:

  • Integral ambidextrous anti-rotation QD sling cups at rear of receiver
  • Proprietary ambidextrous bolt catch/release (included)
  • Enlarged integral trigger guard
  • Flared magazine well
  • Designed for use with standard Mil-Spec lower parts kit and buffer assembly
  • 45 to 90 degree fire selector window for short throw fire selectors.
  • Rear tensioner bolt hole (bolt not included)
  • Machined in house by SilencerCo out of 7075 billet aluminum

For more information, visit silencerco.com.

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