The Delta 14 Chassis Gen 2 serves up an A*B Arms stock. (Photo: Delta Chassis, Inc.)
Delta 14, Inc partners with American Built Arms Company to bring the second generation of its Delta 14 Chassis to life.
Using an A*B Arms butt stock, buffer tube, pistol grip, receiver adaptor and mounting hardware, the Delta 14 Chassis Gen 2 kicks the M1A platform up a notch. Installation, according to the company, is easy and does not require specific tools to complete. The company said users need only pull the trigger guard from the old rifle, remove the barrel and action then drop the parts into the Delta 14 Chassis and finish up by reinstalling the trigger group.
The chassis requires no special tools to install. (Photo: Delta Chassis, Inc.)
“We all know that the M1A has a niche audience that can be appreciated by someone who knows the rifle. A*B Arms had already manufactured a tactical adaptor for other rifle systems,” Adam Edelman, VP and Co-Owner at American Built Arms Company, said in a news release. “When Bill Bovensiep at Delta 14 Chassis contacted us, we saw an excellent opportunity to work with a company that saw the vision to accelerate the design of the M1A to a whole new level.”
For its part Delta 14 said its thrilled to have A*B Arms on board, supplying parts for its build.
“Delta 14 Inc. is excited to work closely with A*B Arms. Our vision and mission is in complete alignment from quality to customer service,” Bill Bovensiep, CEO at Delta 14 Inc., said. “Complementing the American made Delta 14 Chassis with a stock from A*B Arms amplifies our message to the public ‘we hear what you want and we will deliver.’”
The Delta 14 Chassis Gen 2 with A*B Arms Stock is available through Delta 14 Inc. with a MSRP of $349.
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