More details surface about the Ares ‘featureless’ SCR (VIDEO) More details surface about the Ares ‘featureless’ SCR (VIDEO)


The Sport Configurable Rifle is one of the more interesting rifles to hit the market this year. It is a “featureless” rifle — a gun that lacks any cosmetic features that are banned by strict gun control laws like a pistol grip or telescoping stock — yet still uses AR-15 uppers without modification.

It does this by using a modified articulated bolt carrier that angles into the butt stock, like several prominent semi-automatic shotguns.

This makes it legal to own in all 50 states while still retaining all off the benefits of the AR-15 platform, at least as far as the upper is concerned.

Ares will offer the SCR in a handful of configurations at launch. The SCR will be available with 16- and 18-inch barrels and chambered for 5.56 NATO or 7.62x39mm. The SCR will be offered with three stock options as well, a standard straight stock, a shortened sport stock and a Monte Carlo stock with an integral, raised cheek piece for use with raised scopes.

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Source: Guns.com