In 2015 when we had 3 products (EMR, ABC/R and LDFA), we had no idea that in five years, we'd have almost all the components to make a complete AR15. .
Those that know us know that we don't simply plaster our logo on something and call it our own. FCD components that are based on existing products made by our friends (such as upper receivers and hand guards) have our design input on ergonomics and function. It is not our intention to make everything for the AR, there are TDP spec parts that are so good, they need no improvement, and there are areas we're not interested in, such as barrels, triggers, and polymer molded components, where excellent products already exist.
In 2020, complete barrelled uppers with almost all FCD components are
the next logical step for us. The one before complete FCD ARs.
* UCF 12.5 (Complete Upper, Forward Controls, 12.5") consists of the following:
* URF v2 (with forward assist) or URF-S v2 (no forward assist)
* MSQ-H (MLOK Sling adapter, QD, Heavy)
* EPC (Ejection Port Cover)
* LDFA (low drag forward assist) for URF v2
* RHF 11.5" (Railed Handguard Forward Controls), or RHF4 11.5 (Railed handguard, forward controls, quad rail)
* 12.5" barrel (choices include SIONICS, SOLGW, Hodge Defense, and Centurion Arms) and appropriate gas tube
* GBF (Gas Block, Forward Controls) pinned to the barrel
* Optional 6315 or 6315KM (Keymo mount) comp/flash suppressor
Each UCF is assembled by Trajectory Arms
for Forward Controls, test fired for function. It is shipped with the paper target used in test firing, and in the state after test firing, both as proof of the test firing procedure.
Availability is constrained, as each is made to order, turn around time is usually 2 to 3 weeks. While the shipping monkey will always strive to exceed expectations, we're not known for rushing product development and testing, and CUF assembly will be no different. The mild mannered assembly monkey doesn't mind us asking are we there yet, still, we'll leave him to his work. His cousin from The Bronx, the trunk monkey, is considerably less amiable.
Options can be limited based on components availability.