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Bean Firearms Launches Multiple New AR-15 Billet Upper Configurations

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Bean Firearms lead the field in high quality custom AR-15 style rifles, and has added new upper and lower billet configurations and new accessories for rifle enthusiasts.

San Francisco, CA, United States of America – March 14, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Bean Firearms Company has announced that they are shipping their newly designed billet upper in multiple configurations, while adding a whole new range of accessories available in multiple CeraKote colors. Bean Firearms takes pride in building some of the best AR-15 style rifles in the world. After exciting the rifle world with their custom lower receivers and hand guards, the company applied the same high standards to the design of their new upper receiver.

The new upper receiver is available complete with a piston driven bolt carrier group, or a traditional gas driven bolt carrier group. The complete rifles for sale from Bean Firearms now all include the new upper and have received great feedback on design and functionality from an extensive product testing and calibration exercise.

For the new generation rifle, Bean Firearms has also created a range of new accessories, including a 4.5 lb. single stage drop in trigger, lower receiver parts kit, muzzle brakes and bolt carrier groups. All of these are available from the newly redesigned website, which utilizes an intuitive interface and shopping cart so consumers can order direct from the factory.

A spokesperson for www.BeanFirearms.com explained, “Bean Firearms started designing an improved version of the AR-15 in 2009, and has continued to improve it ever since, as the factory has gone from strength to strength. Bean Firearms uses Mazak 5-axis CNC machines along with Mitsubishi Wire EDM machines, enabling us to produce firearms with less human handling and fewer fixtures than most production environments. This allows us to create perfectly aligned firearms from the highest quality materials. Our manufacturing promise is to always machine from billet, and never use forged or die cast parts. Bean firearms’ bolt and bolt carrier are 416 stainless steel, our lowers and uppers are 7075-T6 aluminum and our hand guard is 6061-T6 aluminum, making the rifles the most perfectly balanced, aligned and proportioned on the market, ideal for those who consider rifles an art form.”

About Bean Firearms:
Bean Firearms Company was established in 2009 in Murray, Utah. With an amazing pedigree in precision CNC machining for the aerospace and defense industries, Greg Bean created a new company based on advanced engineering, quality materials, and the highest manufacturing standards. With advancements in our gas block, trigger group, and piston operation, not to mention the exterior features, they have created one of the best functioning and best looking rifles in the market.

For more information about us, please visit http://www.beanfirearms.com/

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Email: joe@brandoutreach.com
Phone: (415) 632 1664
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