It’s a hard thing to accept, but shooters in rights-restrictive states simply cannot own (or will not be able to own) semi-auto modern sporting rifles, mainly those based on the AR-15 design. But they can usually own manually-operated actions, such as those manufactured by Uintah Precision.
Uintah Precision produces bolt-action, precision upper receivers for AR pattern rifles. Compatible with LR-308 and AR-15 platform rifles, UPR10 and UPR15 bolt-action uppers simply pin in place on an existing upper receiver. No modifications or changes are needed to your lower receiver and they feed from standard magazines. They are available in both left- and right-handed configurations.
Standard offerings for the UPR15 are 223 Wylde, 300 BLK, 6.5 Grendel, and 224 Valkyrie.
Standard offerings for the UPR10 are 243, 308, 6mm Creedmoor and 6.5 Creedmoor.
UPR10 uppers currently come standard with Shilen, No. 5 profile, match grade barrels and have a 20-MOA rail machined into them.
UPR15 uppers come standard with barrels produced from Preferred Barrels blanks and are a flat top railed upper.
The bolts are three-lug designs machined from 4140 American steel and utilize a Savage-style extractor.
Both models are compatible with most aftermarket accessories.
This year, Uintah Precision is debuting complete bolt-action AR rifles. They feature matched uppers and lowers both designed and produced in house. Price: Price: $1088.