Rare Breed Firearms teams up with Spike’s Tactical for Spartan AR

Rare Breed Firearms offers an ancient take on the modern AR with its Spartan theme. (Photo: Rare Breed Firearms)

Rare Breed Firearms delivers a new AR-15 theme, known as the Spartan, available exclusively through Spike’s Tactical.

The Spartan theme is available in full-length rifle, short-barreled rifle and pistol configurations in addition to lowers and matched billet sets. The Spartan AR series embodies the warrior spirit of the famed Spartan clan who stood against Xerxes in ancient Greece.

“Inspired by the Spartans who closed the Hot Gates on Xerxes, this lower honors the warrior mindset,” Rare Breed said in a statement. “Technology evolves, warriors never change.”

The Spartan lineup houses complete rifles as well as lowers, designed to complete any AR build. (Photo: Rare Breed Firearms)

Created from a 7075 T6 billet receiver, the multi caliber lower features a MIL-A-8625F Type III Class 2 hard coat anodized finish. The Spartan rifles offer 11.5-inch and 14.5-inch barrel lengths, depending on user preference, with a pistol and SBR configuration also available for those that prefer an even more compact profile.

Not to forget those in restricted states, Rare Breed and Spike’s Tactical are also providing a California Featureless option that meets the strict requirements for rifle ownership in the Golden State.

The new Spartan lineup is available solely on Spike Tactical’s website with prices starting at $115 for a stripped lower and topping out at $2,825 for the Spartan SBR.

The Spartan rifle offers a bronzed Cerakote for an antique look. (Photo: Rare Breed Firearms)

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