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Aero Survival Rifle

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Price: $699.00

Availability: Usually Ships in 2 to 4 Weeks




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The Aero Survival Rifle, famous for its removable barrel and easily convertible caliber changes, is a winner in home defense, backpacking, boating, and back country flying. The Aero Survival Rifle is available in hard black anodize, two variegated finishes (Tiger Pink, and Tiger Green), OD Green, and Dark Earth. The ASR can be ordered in 9mm, .45 ACP, .40, 10mm, .357SIG calibers and the newly available .22LR. The ASR is also coming soon in .22 MAG, and .17 HMR. The ASR is equipped with a quick change barrel, and AR collapsible stock*. The Aero Survival Pistol is also available in similar colors and calibers.

*California and Restricted state builds will come with a blade style grip like the MonsterMan Grip.

If you would like your ASR barrel threaded for suppressors you must also purchase the threading service listed as ASR and ASP Barrel Threading Service.

*Accessories on the ASR and ASP may vary in style and specs. This includes stocks, pistol grips and buffer tubes. Scope no longer included.

ASR 10mm Velocity Testing
ASR .357SIG Velocity Testing

ASR Patent #D708288. Other patents are pending.
How to Switch to a Left Hand Eject
TNW Firearms Aero Survival Rifle (ASR) with Tim Bero

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 12 Write a review »

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Barrel loosening March 12, 2018
Reviewer: Joel Dropulich from Rathdrum, ID United States  
I was having a small problem with the barrel loosening up while shooting.  The tech is sending me a new barrel nut, no questions asked. Very good customer service.  And a really neat fun to shoot camp companion.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Great alternative to AR PCC Platform!!! February 27, 2018
Reviewer: Linh Bowie from Trimont, MN United States  
I had been looking for a option to compete with in the PCC (Pistol Caliber Carbine) division of steel challenge and to plink with. I tried a Mech-Tec and while is was fun to shoot it was very heavy and hard to quickly acquire targets with.
I was aware of the ASR and decided to give it a try. It had several capabilities that I was interested in.
First it was light weight. Mine with a SightMark Pro holographic sight weighed under 6lbs.
Secondly it can be configured for .40 S&W and .357 SIG.
Lastly it was a cheaper alternative to the expensive AR versions that can cost as much as 1,500 and as little 800. With many irons in the shooting interests I needed to stay as cost effective as possible.
The first trip to the range was an absolute delight, I was able to get it zeroed from 50 yards in 3 shots.  25 round later I was hooked and decided to put another 150 round of various 9mm through it.
Absolutely a wonder to shoot.

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
Great carbine July 24, 2017
Reviewer: Lucas from Canal winchester, OH United States  
I put 400 rounds into it, and I'd buy this again. Had a double feed the first day, but that happens with some new guns. Past that, this a great gun. Youre gonna need irons or higher rings than they give you, but the scope is decent for what it is. It's got alot of spots for rails on the body and all the shouds you can get for it. I tested this thing and it can still get thru balistics gel at 300m with alot of power still. I plan on getting more barrels for my 9mm and sbr it and put their shoud they make for it on my original barrel. Not to mention the like 5 calibers that you can get on this one platform, just by changing barrel striker and lower. The barrel can be taken out or put in within seconds and hiden in a backpack which I love for going places like hiking. I love this gun and won't part with it. All it needs is a 7.62x25 cal set and I'll be in heaven.

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  3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
10mm ASR carbine April 26, 2017
Reviewer: Robert W Anderson Jr from Taylors, SC United States  
Only been to the range once, ran Sig, UMC, PPU, PMC and S&B ammo. Only had two misfeeds with UMC, everything else was perfect with the included 10 round and Glock factory 15 round magazine. I've heard reports of barrels loosening up, I tightened mine with a strap wrench and was still tight after shooting. As others have said, trigger isn't great, but MUCH better than my SUB2K. It's a short reach to the trigger so I'd recommend a grip with a larger backstop like the Ergo deluxe. The factory stock was pretty loose as well, but a mil spec M4 stock fits great. I'd also recommend some kind of forward grip, it was easy to grab the mag or get your thumb close to the right side port without one. This is also much smaller/lighter than the JRC .45 carbine I traded in on this, and just as accurate.

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  3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
Great pack rifle December 16, 2016
Reviewer: Drew from TN United States  
I got the 9mm so I can shoot it at my local indoor range and ammo is usually cheap and plentiful. I put multiple 30+ round magazines through a dime size hole with an RDS, but I'm by no means a great shot. The recoil is very light, as expected from a carbine.

Do be careful when you're putting up a hot barrel, I use a cotton sock just in case.

If you want to teach someone to shoot rifles, just want a plinker or something light weight in a portable package this is a great firearm.

Fits AR stock and grip so easily exchanged if desired.

I've tried several kinds of ammo and haven't had any trouble with any of brass rounds and most steel. Aluminum cases malfunctioned frequently but I don't fault the rifle.

I've seen some people online have problems feeding if they don't seat the mag but that all clears up with a love tap on the bottom.

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