What comes with the W.A.R. ? Forward assist, and dust cover assembly already installed, and one proprietary gas tube in either, pistol, carbine, or midlength.
Does it have a M4 feed ramp? Yes. The W.A.R. is a mil spec, forged upper receiver, with M4 feed ramps, machined for the killswitch and type 3 hardcoat anodized.
Can I shut the gas off? Yes. If you place the lever in between the two settings the gas is turned off.
Can I use the W.A.R. with .300 blk ? Yes and No. You can use only .300 blk high velocity with the pistol length gas system in both settings. Due to the low pressure of .300 blk subsonic, the rifle will not cycle while in the suppressed setting. The rifle will always function properly with any ammunition in the unsuppressed setting, even when a silencer is used.
What calibers can I use with the W.A.R.? 5.56, .223, 6.5, 6.8 spc, 7.62 x 39, 5.45 x 39, and .300 blk HV.
Can I use a 7.62 (.308) silencer? Yes. However, not all silencers are created equal, and some may not produce enough back pressure to cycle reliably. The W.A.R. requires a quality silencer.
Do I have to use a special gas tube? Yes, the W.A.R. includes one proprietary gas tube in either pistol, carbine or midlength. Additional gas tubes are available separately.
Can I take the killswitch apart to clean it? No. The W.A.R. parts do not require any maintenance, and are not for disassembly by the end user.
Can I buy replacement parts? No. Replacement parts are not sold separately, except for additional gas tubes. The W.A.R. has a 100% warranty. If required, you would send in your W.A.R. upper for inspection, and parts may be repaired or replaced at our facility.
What is the warranty? All products manufactured by Innovative Arms have a 100% warranty.
Which manufactures have barrels with the correct gas port hole size of .084 – .093? There are a number of AR manufactures that outsource their barrels, and they may change there sources without notice. Because of this we are not able to list specific manufactures with any certainty. You will need to contact the manufacturer of the particular rifle you are using to verify their gas port hole size.