Anderson Manufacturing 7.5" 5.56 NATO 1:7 M4 Pistol - 7.28" EXT Freefloat Rail
Anderson Manufacturing builds rifles, pistols, and parts utilizing the latest in computerized manufacturing. By keeping manufacturing in house, Anderson can offer quality, American-made products at an affordable price, backed by a limited lifetime warranty.
The Anderson Manufacturing 7.5" Pistol chambered in 5.56 NATO is a high-quality AR pistol with proven components. Add the optic of your choice and you are ready to take on range day!
Includes the EXT Pistol Length Freefloat Handguard. This handguard provides strength and durability without sacrificing comfort and functionality. The EXT features a continuous Picatinny top rail and sections along the bottom and sides designed to accept additional Picatinny rails. Crafted from 6061-T6 aluminum, finished to MIL-SPEC with Type III Hardcoat anodizing, and including integral sling swivel attachment points.
- 7.5" 4150 chrome moly steel, with M4 contour, pistol length gas system, and phosphate finish
- Chambered in 5.56 NATO with a 1:7 twist rate
- Phosphate M16 cut bolt carrier group
- BCG magnetic particle inspected
- Standard charging handle
- Anderson proprietary 17-4 stainless steel trigger and hammer
- Standard, non-adjustable, low profile gas block
- 1/2x28 Knight Stalker Flash Hider
- 7.28" freefloat Anderson Manufacturing EXT Handguard
- Magpul MOE+ overmolded pistol grip
- Pistol receiver extension
- Made in Hebron, Kentucky
Ratings & Reviews
Mine had issues from the start
I had issues with the pistol not ejecting the casing but trying to load a new round. This caused both to get stuck and the new round to be damaged. I swapped out the bcg and that seemed to fix the issue.
People 3 Blocks Away know When You Shoot This
I bought this gun. It runs fine and is hella fun to shoot. I contacted Anderson with some questions, and they responded the next morning.
A smooth shooter
The problem is a cycling issue due to the excessive gas that is generated from a 4" gas tube. There are a few fixes for the
<br>cycling issue. Changing the BCG is not the primary solution. The primary fix for me is the buffer. I suggest a buffer size between H2-H3. I know that H2 will normally resolve your cycling issues. I have tried the heavier H3 & it worked as well. But, I would start with the H2 first.