The AR-15 is the civilian version of the military’s M4 carbine. Contrary to what most people believe, AR does not stand for assault rifle, rather it stands for the original manufacturer, Armalite Rifle. The AR-15 is one of the most popular sporting rifles in the US today for many reasons. It’s shootability, minimal recoil, ease of customization and modular design are just the beginning of the advantages. Additionally, it can be designed and designated as either a pistol or rifle configuration.  The AR-15 consists primarily of two large segments, the lower receiver and the upper receiver, which can be swapped out in a matter of seconds utilizing the takedown and pivot pins. The AR-15 can fulfill requirements from a long-range precision rifle system to a close-quarters combat ready system simply by just swapping out the “upper” and mating it with the “lower.” As you can imagine and probably already know, this weapon system can be customized to suit anyone’s needs and the possibilities are truly endless. Core Elite Operations can build the AR-15 of your dreams. We not only offer our AR rifle and AR pistol lines (CEO-15 Battle Series and CEO-15B (Billet) Advanced Series) in multiple calibers but we can also develop a custom build in almost any caliber requested by our clients.   Whether you are a gun enthusiast, competition shooter, military service member, law enforcement or firefighter, we strive to ensure your experience with us is simple, hassle-free, and most importantly, fun! Give us a call today at (813) 699-0341 to schedule a one-on-one appointment! Core Elite Operations, Inc is a Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business.

AR-15 FAQ’s:

Are they fully automatic? No. All firearms available to civilians in this country are semi-automatic, meaning the weapon only fires one round every time the trigger is pulled.

Do they have a particularly high rate of fire? No. Because these are semi-automatics, the rate of fire is only as fast as the operator can pull the trigger.

Can you legally “shoulder” an AR Pistol with a pistol brace installed?    Yes. Currently, it is accepted and completely legal by the ATF to “shoulder” a pistol brace. Initially the ATF did not allow this but the ruling was overturned and is completely legal now.