War Lock Multi Caliber System – Sniper Observation Post Review

War Lock Multi Caliber System - Sniper Observation Post Review

War Lock Multi Caliber System - Sniper Observation Post Review

War Lock Multi Caliber System – Sniper Observation Post Review

War Lock Multi Caliber System – Sniper Observation Post Review

The Sniper Observation Post wrote a review on the War Lock Multiple Caliber System over at their site.  Here are some excerpts from their write-up:

“Initial inspection

Light weight and well balanced.  The War Lock seemed durable and well engineered.  This was proven on a three day stent In the woods.  I wanted to see how well the system held up to the elements.  Three days of rain, dirt and dust.  The War Lock system  held up to the test.  I thought for sure without wiping the internals down I would eventually find surface rust on the locking mechanism.  The coating held up to multiple barrel changes.  Showed no sign of wear on any connecting parts (locking ring, locking collar, receiver adaptor or barrel adapter).  With this being said I have no doubt that with the proper care and maintenance as outlined in the owners manual the War Lock will last the life span of the rifle.”

The system we supplied for testing included the following products, War Lock Complete Upper Receiver and War Lock Barrel Assembly – Carbine Length  in .300 AAC Blackout, 5.56 NATO and .264 LBC (6.5 Grendel).

      “The multi caliber’s reviewed were the 300 Blackout, .556 and 264 LBC. After literally two minutes of handling the War Lock I was able to confidently switch between barrels as would any shooter who is familiar AR platform.”

The article was written by retired Army Sniper (Sniper Section Leader) Robert Stewart, and former Army Sniper

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