We Love It: Breast Cancer Awareness AR Upper

Bear Creek Arsenal has targeted the disease with the sales of this hot pink upper.

by posted on October 21, 2020
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It may be a challenge finding firearms on gun dealers’ shelves these days, but there are still plenty of cool products to be had. For example, if you own an AR, you can make an impact on the range while showing support for Breast Cancer Awareness month by swapping out the upper for this hot pink model. Bear Creek Arsenal is donating 10 percent of proceeds of its Breast Cancer Awareness Upper—a pink cerakoted .223 Wylde AR-15 upper—to METAvivor, an organization dedicated to providing research and support to women living with stage 4 metastatic breast cancer.

For Bear Creek Arsenal's Timothy Hamersky, the idea for the pink project was personal, spurred by his grandmother's hard-fought battle with the disease. “My grandmother’s fight with breast cancer really opened my eyes to how terrible this disease is and gave me an appreciation for organizations that support those affected by it the most," said Hamersky. "I’m so excited that through my job I can support an organization that will in turn impact someone else’s life for the better.”

This 16" stainless spiral-fluted heavy-barrel upper features 1:8” Twist, a carbine-length gas system, and 12" MLOK rail. MSRP $480.

For more, visit bearcreekarsenal.com.

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