Sunday Eye Candy: SBR AR-15 with Tan Furniture

By Donna Hornsby published on in Firearms

We get to see a lot of neat things here in the office. We think we’re pretty lucky, too, here at Cheaper Than Dirt!, especially when one of our team members shows up with his SBR. We all just drool—wouldn’t you? We talked CTD Martin into taking a few pics and making a desktop and mobile device wallpaper to share with you. Enjoy!

Tan AR Shorty

Tan AR Shorty

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Comments (5)

  • Brian K

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    What kind of flashlight mount is that?

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  • Andy W.

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    If you think that one is good looking, I got one for you…

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  • Mike

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    We have a LWRC PSD on order now, black with OD green furniture.

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  • Adam H.

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    Nice looking AR. The only things I would add would be an ambi safety and a little ‘G’ on the trigger. Maybe a winter trigger guard for use with gloves.

    Arnie Chilton – Daniel Defense (EZ CAR 7.0) Knight’s Armament(M4 Carbine RAS) Yankee Hill Machine (YHM-9670) and a number of other companies off good, non-free float rail systems for carbines. If you look on the auction sites you can usually find a good deal on a used one.

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  • Arnie Chilton

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    I need a picitinny forarm that will fit M4 non free float

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