Aero Precision has a new lower receiver design to match their enhanced uppers engraved with a reversed flag engraved along the length of the magwell. To celebrate they’re giving away the first rifle off the line and will continue to give away one rifle a month through the rest of the year.
The July Rifle Giveaway will be built on Freedom Rifle serial number 1 with an M4E1 carbine upper receiver assembly. It has a 16-inch 5.56 NATO barrel, a free-floating Enhanced KeyMod handguard and a nickel-boron bolt carrier group. It uses a mid-length gas system and comes complete with a VG6 Epsilon muzzle device.
The lower is built with a Magpul MOE pistol grip and STR carbine stock. The Freedom Rifle number 1 also features Aero’s Enhanced lower parts kit. It’s easily worth $1,000 in this configuration and just needs some sights or an optic and it’s good to go.
The Freedom Rifle number 1 is an upgraded version of their M4E1 Complete Rifle. (Photo: Aero)
The Freedom Lower is available for purchase separately starting at just $105. The lower is offered with a standard hard-anodized finish or with a flat dark earth Cerakote finish for $20 more. In addition to the flag the lower is multi-caliber marked, has pictogram markings for the safety selector and features a tension screw for a perfect upper-lower fit. The rear detent pin is held in place by a set screw, too, which is a nice bonus.
They’re a limited-edition run and won’t stick around forever, so if you’re interested, act fast. And don’t forget to check back in on their giveaway page, they’ll have another rifle up for grabs in just a few weeks.
We got in two of our best-selling Turkish imports from Landor Arms – the AR-style LND-117 shotgun and the bullpup BPX 902 – to give them a whirl on the range and see if the reliability could be paired with the affordable price.