The .224 Valkyrie is the main new cartridge of interest at SHOT Show 2018, and Palmetto State Armory is offering complete upper receivers in the new chambering for those who have a spare lower laying around. Compatible with any standard lower receiver, PSA’s new .224 Valkyrie forged upper comes with a free-floating, M-LOK-compatible handguard and a 1/2x28 TPI threaded stainless steel barrel either 18” or 20” in length. For more on PSA’s new .224 Valkyrie-chambered offerings, visit palmettostatearmory.com
SHOT Show 2018: Palmetto State Armory .224 Valkyrie Upper Receiver
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