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Aero Survival Rifle

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Price: $919.00

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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, OD Green, and Dark Earth. The ASR can be ordered in 9mm, .45 ACP, .40, 10mm, .357SIG calibers and the newly available .22LR and 460 Rowland. 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.

All ASR's come with threaded barrels for suppressors.
9mm/357sig: 1/2x28
40S&W/10mm: 9/16x24
45ACP/460Rowland: .578x28

*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: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 30 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Excellent platform March 21, 2023
Reviewer: John from PA United States  
I originally bought the .45 ACP. Gun runs great no matter what you feed it. I run it suppressed and it’s a pretty cool setup. I wanted a little more power so I purchased the 460 Rowland conversion kit. Shipping was quick. I’ve called the company a couple times and always get great service. I like this gun and the company.

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  0 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
1 of 5 Stove piping November 27, 2022
Reviewer: Roger Carter from Panama City, Fl  
I have the 9mm version  of this weapon and it was a big waste of money. The factory mag never worked and the clock mags feed, but I have major jamming about 2 in 10 round.  Tried to contact TNW, but they did not return my email or call back.  I have put the weapon away and most likely will never shoot it again.   My High Point is 10 times more reliable.   I give the weapon 0 stars and the company -10 stars. Stay away few this weapon and compwny

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 22 Conversion Kit November 16, 2022
Reviewer: Lamoni Mora from Winnemucca , NV United States  
Please release the 22 conversion kit! I've been waiting for years to give you more of my money! I love my 9mm and can't wait to shoot my ASR even more with 22lr

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  3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
4 of 5 Stove piping October 8, 2022
Reviewer: Sheldon from Canada  
I shoot 9mm and reload.  I used the same ammo in the ASR as my hand guns.  It didn't take me long to find out it often stove piped.  I thought the issue was a lack of pressure not forcing the bolt back far enough or long enough.  I was correct after loading some rounds with a little heavier charge all feed fine and ejected.   Now I didn't want to keep a separate stock of 9mm for the riffle and the hand guns.  I figured the buffer spring mite be too stiff for 9mm so I ordered a replacement spring to be safe.  When I got the replacement spring I cut 1 and 1/2 turns off the buffer spring that came with the rifle and re-shot with the same charge I use in my hand guns.  PROBLEM GONE!

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  0 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
1 of 5 Magazine stuck October 2, 2022
Reviewer: Jose from AR  
Gone to the range for a break in, and it did break.
At first the magazine would not lock and so I have to clamp it with my hand to support it. It would then be good for a couple of shots before FTL, FTE.
Then after I inserted a new magazine that seems to lock in place, again FTL,FTE after some shots, however this time I could not remove the magazine no matter what I do.
I noticed this the first time I got this gun from the FFL that the magazine button seems stiff and would not be pressed down. However the inserted magazine will still be released if this button is pressed, so I thought it should be fine.
And it's not.
I got this gun from Midway, and they say it should be returned to the Manufacturer.
How then do I fix/return this?

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