NRA Gun of the Week: POF-USA Revolution

posted on November 18, 2017

This 7.62x51 mm-chambered rifle from Patriot Ordnance Factory, Inc., is built around an AR-15-sized set of proprietary receivers that use a multitude of AR-15 components, and the Revolution is no slouch when it comes to its features. As with other rifles from POF-USA, users will expect to find the Revolution housing all of the nuances the company has been known to provide, and then some.

To learn more about the hard-hitting, .30-cal.,7-lb., 4-oz. rifle, watch this week's NRA Gun of the Week video hosted by American Rifleman's Kelly Young.

Manufacturer: Patriot Ordnance Factory, Inc.
Model: Revolution
Chambering: 7.62x51 mm NATO (.308 Win.)
Action Type: gas-piston-operated, semi-automatic center-fire rifle
Receiver: 7076 aluminum, hardcoat anodized
Barrel: 16.5"; 1:10" RH twist rifling
Magazine: 20-round detachable box, Magpul PMAG
Sights: none; Picatinny rail
Trigger: single-stage; 4-lb., 8-oz. pull
Stock: Mission First Tactical Minimalist; seven-position adjustable
Weight: 7 lbs., 4 ozs.
MSRP: $2,669

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