Noveske kicks off OAF Nation rifle with grindhouse ad (VIDEO)

Noveske Rifleworks partnered up with OAF Nation, the distinguished community of veterans supporting active-duty and retired military that emerged out of the Global War on Terror. Together they have developed a premium AR carbine that showcases Noveske’s skill and embodies the OAF attitude.

They’re launching it with an eye-popping grindhouse-style video ad campaign that going to get more than songs stuck in heads. It does a great job of exhibiting a lot of features, and it goes over details about the OAF Nation Collaboration Rifle, too.

It’s a compact carbine with a 14.5-inch chrome-lined skinny profile, pinned and welded to 16 inches long using a SilencerCo Trifecta flash hider, with a pinned low-profile mid-length gas system and a free-floating extended Noveske KeyMod handguard. The rifle ticks off all the boxes when building a modern AR in a M4-sized package.

(Photo: Noveske)

Behind the scenes of the shoot. (Photo: Noveske)

Noveske offers the OAF Nation Collaboration Rifle with three color options, all black with an anodized finish or with a Cerakote burnt bronze or foliage green finish on the handguards and receivers. All three list at $1,995 and ship with a two to three week lead time. They’re available for order today.

Naturally you get a lot of rifle at that price point. The rifles come equipped with shot-peened and magnetic particle inspected full-auto bolt carrier groups, six-position buffer tube with a staked Noveske end plate. Noveske’s end plate features a quick-detach sling socket located very conveniently.

The OAF Nation Collaboration Rifle sports a good amount of Magpul, including the recently-launched MOE SL telescoping buttstock, MOE pistol grip, PMag magazine and steel MBUS Pro backup iron sights front and rear.

The receiver are based on Noveske’s Gen 1 forged design with one small but significant variation: the lower is engraved with the OAF Nation logo.

Inside the receivers things are just as premium with a Geissele SD-C, updated 60-degree ambidextrous selector lever and ambidextrous Gun Fighter charging handle.

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