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Bushmaster XM-15 Complete Upper with 450 Bushmaster, 16″ Barrel

MSRP: $689.95


A complete .450 Bushmaster upper receiver for the AR-15.

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This drop-in complete A3 upper will mount to virtually any standard AR-15 mil-spec lower receiver. With a velocity of 2200 FPS, the Hornady 250 Grain SST/FT bullet in the 450 Bushmaster “Thumper” is designed for all large North American game. Though not a long distance cartridge, accuracy with the .450 Bushmaster has proved to be exceptional out to 200 yards with felt recoil similar to a 20 gauge shotgun. The upper receiver’s tubular aluminum forend allows the barrel to free float from the nut forward, and chrome lining in both bore and chamber makes for long barrel life and easy cleaning.
This complete AR-15 upper receiver assembly comes complete with a charging handle, forward assist, ejection port cover, bolt and bolt carrier assembly. The AR-15 upper also features a versatile flat top for mounting optical devices or accessories.


– Upper Receiver Type: A3 Flat-Top
– Barrel Length: 16″
– Barrel Material: Chrome Moly Steel
– Muzzle Thread Pattern: 11/16″-24
– Chrome Lined: Yes
– Barrel Finish: Black Matte
– Twist Rate: 1 in 24″
– Chamber: 450 Bushmaster
– Muzzle Device: Izzy Muzzle Brake
– Gas System Length: Carbine
– Handguard: Free Float
– Sights: None
– Bolt Carrier Assembly Included: Yes

Additional information

Weight5.25 lbs
Dimensions31 × 4.25 × 4.25 in

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Manufacturer's SKU: 91700

SKU: 301379

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WARNING: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer. Also, drinking water and breathing heavily has been known to cause cancer by the state of California.

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