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High-end Rifle Parts - Stocks and Handguards, Bolt Carriers, Charging Handles, Muzzle Brakes, Blast Shields, Triggers and Sound Suppressors
Picture: The Axe AR-15 Carbon Fiber Stock – Ultra-Light Weight is the ideal match for our Carbon Fiber Rail; put the two together on one rifle for optimal balance and significantly lighter weight overall. This ground-breaking technology is seeing increasingly frequent use in the aerospace and aviation industries but is just getting started in the firearm world; get ahead of the curve by installing the Axe AR-15 Carbon Fiber Stock - ULW on your rifle. This stock comes in either carbine length stock or a rifle length stock. This fixed stock is our open-shoulder model making it the lightest possible option with the Carbine version weighing in at just 112 grams – that’s a scant 3.95 ounces. The Carbine version measures 9.5” from the edge of the butt plate to the forward portion of the component and has a diameter of 1.11”. Installation is simple; the Axe AR-15 Carbon Fiber Stock - ULW is interchangeable with any MIL-SPEC AR-15 stock and utilizes your carbine’s existing buffer and spring.
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Axelson Tactical was launched by Jeff Axelson who named the company in honor of his brother, Matt, a SEAL who died in 2005.
Matt Axelson was one of the four SEALs air-dropped into the Hindu Kush of Afghanistan in June of 2005 on a mission to locate a top Taliban leader. The mission was called Operation Red Wings, and was the basis for the 2013 movie, Lone Survivor.
Petty Officer 2nd Class Matthew Axelson died that June day on a desolate Afghan mountain slope, fighting until the end to save his fellow SEALs, and taking out a large number of Taliban fighters in the process. He was posthumously awarded the Navy Cross for his actions — the Navy’s second highest award for valor.
To honor Matt’s memory—as a sibling, a SEAL and a warrior who never quit—brother Jeff founded Axelson Tactical, offering state-of-the-art manufacturing AR-15 and AR-10 rifles.
“Many in our family history have served,” said Jeff Axelson. “My Grandpa and his brother were career Navy and were on the USS Pennsylvania in Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941. Grandma was a Marine for the duration of World War II. Dad and Uncle Dean were in the Army Infantry and fought in the Vietnam War, so duty and never quitting run deep with us.”