UTG Pro adds AR Pistol Extended Receiver Extension Tube to lineup

(Photo: Leapers)

The AR Pistol Extended Receiver Extension Tube pairs with most AR pistol receiver tube covers. (Photo: Leapers)

UTG Pro delivers the new AR Pistol Extended Receiver Extension Tube to its AR accessories lineup, featuring a design tailor made for the Gear Head Works Tailhook Mod 1 brace.

Though the extension tube boasts compatibility with Gear Work’s brace, it also works alongside most AR pistol recevier extension tube covers. Integrating with standard AR-15 buffers and springs, the Extension Tube offers an extended length of 8.5-inches. The rear of the tube is constructed so that it interfaces with the Gear Head Works brace utilizing an indexed pin that secures the tube to the brace and ensures it is properly indexed, according to UTG Pro.

(Photo: Leapers)

The extension tube with brace. (Photo: Leapers)

Machined from 7075-T6 aluminum, the Extension Tube is finished with a type III class II hard coat anodize in matte black. Topping off the features is a “dry film lube coated interior” which aims to provide smoother and more consistent cycling.

The AR Pistol Extended Receiver Extension Tube is available from UTG for $34.97.

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