May the ‘In-Stock’ be ever in your favor: EPC-9

From Aero Precision:

The EPC-9 is Aero Precision’s leap into the world of Pistol Caliber Carbines. The EPC, or Enhanced Pistol  Caliber, was designed to change the landscape of the PCC market. Engineered from the ground up, this  product line was built on the foundation of superior American quality and precision manufacturing you  have come to expect from all Aero Precision parts and components. 

The core of the EPC-9 features an upper and lower receiver set. These receivers are precision machined  from custom 7075-T6 aluminum forgings, providing attractive aesthetics without the billet price. The  upper receiver features patented last round bolt hold open technology. The lower receiver includes the  proprietary parts and components installed from the factory, including the magazine release and  ejector. Other parts and components are AR15 compatible, making the EPC perfect for whatever pistol caliber AR build you have planned. 

The EPC-9 Receiver Set MSRPs for $269.99, providing the builder with a high-quality foundation at an  affordable price. The initial EPC-9 product offering includes receiver sets, barrels, complete upper  receivers, 9mm bolts, parts kits and buffer kits. 

The EPC-9 Receivers are compatible with .40 S&W builds as well. The EPC-10 Receivers, which will be  available at a later date, will be compatible with 10mm/.45 ACP. 

Learn more at https://www.aeroprecisionusa.com/epc

For questions, please email pr@aeroprecisionusa.com. 

About Aero Precision 

Aero Precision was founded in 1994 in Gig Harbor, WA. The company originally began in the Aerospace industry and currently operates as a leading firearms parts and components manufacturer. Aero’s  innovative products and manufacturing practices have resulted in a desirable, made in the USA line of  products that are highly respected by recreational, sport and professional users alike.

The teased PCC from 2020 is finally here. The new dedicated 9mm/.40 receiver sets are the start of the new lineup. There are already plans to expand it to cover more calibers by the end of the year.

Pandemic delays are past to a degree, demand is still insanely high so ‘out-of-stock’ will sadly be as common as usual but getting on the lists will produce results with patience. Now if we can just find in stock 9mm it’ll be a party!

Keith Finch
Keith is the Editor-in-Chief of GAT Marketing Group editor@gatdaily.com A USMC Infantry Veteran and Small Arms and Artillery Technician, Keith covers the evolving training and technology from across the shooting industry. A Certified Instructor since 2009 he has taught concealed weapons courses in the West Michigan area in the years since and continues to pursue training and teaching opportunities as they arise.