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Faxon FX5500 Ultralight AR-15

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In this video we take a look at the feather weight FX5500 from Faxon Firearms. Unlike some other rifles on the market, this one uses standard aluminum receiver and a myriad of ultra light materials and products for the rest of the build with the pencil weight, pinned and welded barrel being the star of the show resulting in a sub 5lb, fully capable rifle. Stay tuned, much more on the way.

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7 thoughts on “Faxon FX5500 Ultralight AR-15

  1. Good afternoon to you Erik and Chad, i want to ask you about The 6.8 mm rifles, it suppose too replece The 5,56 mm what happen

  2. Excellent concept overall, for what it is. But I disagree with the stated notion that home defense is a prime role for this setup, where they’ve minimized weight SO much, that you then need(?) that muzzle brake just to manage the recoil. NOISE is far more a problem inside the house, than weight… and that style of brake is gonna be plenty loud anywhere, but absolutely punishing indoors. Weight only matters if you’re hauling the thing around for long time or distance. A bedstand gun by definition, isn’t doing that kind of travelling.

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