Troy Industries SOCC 14.5" Complete Upper - 12.5" M-LOK BattleRail and BattleSights
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- 5.56 NATO 14.5” barrel with 1:7 twist rate
- Permanently attached Troy Medieval flash hider
- 16” over-all length
- Mid-length gas system
- 12.5” SOCC Battlerail with M-LOK slots
- Heavy duty Troy Battlesights
- Standard Charging Handle
- Includes bolt carrier group
- Compatible with Mil-Spec lower receivers
This Troy Industries upper comes complete with a multitude of upgrades over standard upper receiver groups. It features the 12.5” Troy SOCC Battlerail, which is one of the lightest and low-profile handguards that Troy offers. It has a full length picatinny top rail and M-LOK attachment slots at every angle, so you can fully customize how you want your carbine set up. This free float handguard securely attaches to the barrel nut with four set screws to ensure that it doesn’t loosen over time. It is machined from hardened aluminum and has a Mil-Spec hardcoat anodized finish.
As a bonus, the SOCC complete upper comes with the Troy Battlesights. These folding sights provide a continuous zero. They are machined from hardened aluminum and are hardcoat anodized. The front sight can easily be adjusted for elevation without the need of tools and they are factory height. All you need is a lower receiver and you’re ready to take your new Troy rifle to the range.
TROY Industries is the choice of professionals the world over. Made in the U.S.A., TROY products are reliable, innovative, and made from the finest quality materials. When lives are on the line, you can count on TROY Industries.
Ratings & Reviews
Damn fine upper!
This is a nice upper for the price. Best bang for your hard earned buck. The rail is nicely machined, coating is perfect and smooth , lots of angles for the Mlok accesories. Everything about it is quality. Most uppers don’t come with sights, and to get these proven sights is another $135. BCG racks nice and smooth. Feels freakin great in the hand. I use it on my main home defense rifle I pieced together. Wether you like Troy or not, they make damn good products and no past drama that’s been made right by a good pro 2nd company will stop me from buying one.
Update on SOCC vs Mlok 11" Troy 14.5 upper
by No one -
I have some weights and the width of the 14.5 SOCC upper compared to the 14.5 11" Mlok version. The SOCC weighs 3.956 lbs with the BCG installed vs. 4.23 lbs for the 11" MLok. The width of the SOCC handguard is 36mm (1.42")vs. 43mm (1.69")on the Mlok version. The barrel is slightly different on the SOCC, the contour appears the same as the Mlok, but the taper on the SOCC after the barrel nut is more aggressive, and the same before the gas block, whereas the Mlok as a more gradual taper. <br><br>The SOCC handguard is very thin, great if you have smaller hands or like a thin handguard. The Mlok 11" is still narrow, but has a more traditional size/style. I like them both. I hope this helps someone.
Great bang for the buck in a 14.5", awesome handguard.
by No One -
I just returned from the range with this upper and am very impressed. 0 malfunctions, very accurate. I also have the 14.5 Troy with the 11" handguard, and they both appear to have the same bcg, bolt, sights and charging handle. As with the other upper, the pin and weld job to bring it to the required 16" total barrel length is superb.<br><br>The SOCC handguard is very light and thinner than the standard Troy mlok handguard. I matched this with a PA red dot (the push button one) on a lower third cowitness. What a dream to shoot. Very light, accurate (1-1.5" groups at 50 with M193) and with a low recoil impulse. The 14.5 barrel and midlength gas system is awesome, and it is just light and handy... I like it so much I bought a second one for another build with a low magnification optic.