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Xanthos Lite "Large Frame" Upper Receiver
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The XANTHOS-lite was developed to give the end user a lightweight solution for the popular “large frame” 308 (LR308/SR-25) pattern of firearms. The XANTHOS-lite is geared towards the user who want’s quality material, design, and functionality in a large frame build. The XANTHOS-lite shares the common DPMS HIGH standard for rail height, and will accept most accessories on the market. The lightening cuts on the top of the receiver feature a tapered design to give aftermarket rails a seamless look from receiver to rail. This is perfect to build a complete upper in a second caliber for your existing Xanthos rifle.
3-D Machined from U.S.A. Certified 7075-T6 plate aluminum
Pocketed design reduces weight, and enhances appearance
Forward assist has been removed from upper to reduce weight
Machined T-Markings and logo for a clean appearance
Tapered charging handle ramp to eliminate unsightly wear marks
DPMS HIGH standard rail height
Barrel nut threads: 1 7/16" - 16 UN-3A
Bead blasted and hard coat anodized black (Type3 class2)
9 OZ Stripped
Product of the great state of Idaho, MADE IN THE U.S.A.
NOTE: Because of the non-standard state of the large frame market, some accessories may not work with the XANTHOS-lite upper. Although every effort is made to make our products as compatible as possible, the XANTHOS-lite can not be guaranteed to work with all products on the market.
We recommend only using this upper with an existing 2A Xanthos-Set.
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