BLACK DOG UPPERS ARE ASSEMBLED IN DUNDALK, MD USA.
AMERICAN MADE WITH QUALITY PARTS.
ALL OF OUR UPPERS COME COMPLETE “READY TO SHOOT”. UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED, THEY COME WITH A FULL AUTO STYLE M-16 BOLT CARRIER GROUP (BCG) NOT THE LIGHT AR-15 BCG THAT MOST AR-15’s COME WITH FROM THE FACTORY. Once the upper is completed they are test fired and come certified ready.
BARRELS ARE H-BAR ONLY AND COME EITHER IN STAINLESS STEEL, CHROME MOLY, OR MELONITE COATED. LENGTHS ARE 16, 18, 20”. THEY CAN BE FLUTED, DIAMOND CUT OR PLAIN. ALL ARE COMPETITION RATED.
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Can I special order an upper?
Yes, you can special order any number of options in the AR-15 format. NOTE: For Maryland residents the barrel must be in a H-BAR configuration. Please check your local laws BEFORE ordering.
Can I get a billet upper?
Yes, This would fall under special orders and requires 2-3 weeks to build and test.
How long dose it take to have an upper built?
If we don't already have it in stock, there will be 2-3 weeks to build and test before you receive your product.
Can I get a chrome-lined barrel?
We believe the chrome lining applied after the lands and grooves are cut in the barrel make for a less accurate barrel, therefore we do not offer this option. IN ADDITION adding chrome lining to the barrel to extend it's life only comes into play after 50,000 rounds.
Which Caliber's are available?
We offer mainly the 223 Wylde barrel as this is the best barrel to shoot both the .223 and the NATO 5.56. There are more calibers that can built such as the 300blk, 9mm, etc, as long as the cartridge will fit thru the lower. Ask your salesman for more details as well as any other questions you may have.
What is the difference in a Grendel type 1 and type 2?
Type 1 was the original design using a compound throat and a 7.62x39 bolt, the type 2 has a parallel throat and has a different head space so a type 2 bolt is required.
How accurate are our rifles?
Barrels, 16 inch or longer, will hold a 1.000" MOA at 100 yards with appropriate ammo and shooting techniques.