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A2 Buffer Comparison - Fixed Stock

7.62×51 / .308 Win

.308 A2-Style Buffer

5.31″ overall length

POF fixed buffer (correct)

.308 A2-Style Action (Buffer) Spring

~12.5-12.75″ free length — 38-39 coils

POF fixed spring (correct)

POF foxed bolt (correct)

5.56×45 / .223 Rem

“MIL-SPEC” A2-Style Buffer

5.91″ overall length

 

POF 223 fixed buffer incorrect

“MIL-SPEC” Action (Buffer) Spring

~12.5-12.75″ free length — 43-44 coils

POF 223 fixed spring incorrect

 

POF foxed bolt (correct)

Adjustable Gas Piston Settings - 3 Position Gas Block

Gas Plug Setting (3 Position Gas Block)

“NORMAL” mode

“SUPPRESSED” mode

By rotating the Gas Plug 180˚ clockwise from the “Normal Mode” position, you introduce a smaller hole for gas to travel through the Gas Block. Setting the Gas Plug to “Suppressed Mode” DOES NOT make the firearm any quieter, this mode simply compensates for the change in gas pressure to allow the firearm to cycle properly.

NOTE:

Putting a suppressor on your firearm changes the cycling characteristics of the host. In doing so causes unwanted malfunctions and increased wear on the system. Please be aware of all risk by attaching a suppressor.

“OFF” mode

By rotating the Gas Plug 90˚ counterclockwise from the “Normal Mode” position, gas travel through the Gas Block is blocked entirely. This prevents cycling, ejection, and feeding, turning your semi-auto rifle into a manual bolt-action rifle.

The standard upright position regulates gas pressure perfectly for unsuppressed fire.

Inverting the gas plug regulates gas pressure for proper operation with a suppressor.

Rotate the gas plug 90º (as shown) to prevent cycling all together. Your semi-auto is now a bolt-action!

Gas Piston System

Adjustable Gas Piston Settings - 5 Position Gas Block

The POF-USA gas piston operating system has an adjustable gas block that controls the amount of gas that is used to cycle the bolt carrier.

The notched side of the gas plug denotes that it is in “NORMAL” mode when it is facing up. The rifle should cycle normally with most commercial ammunition.

Depress the gas plug detent; rotate the gas plug 45° so the gas plug detent is facing at a 45° angle, this denotes that the gas plug is in ADVERSE mode using less gas to compensate for some ammunition.

Depressing the detent and rotating to the 90° position denotes that the gas plug is in “OFF” mode. This shuts off the gas from the gas block completely and causes the rifle to function as a single-shot rifle.

By depressing the gas plug detent and rotating the gas plug 180° from “NORMAL” mode, the smooth side of the gas plug is now facing up. The firearm is now in “SUPPRESSED” mode. Gas in this mode is restricted to compensate for the added backpressure from a suppressor. A second suppressed mode setting is available with an increased gas flow which may be required with some suppressors. Depress the gas plug detent and rotate the smooth face to a 45° angle, this denotes that the gas plug is in the “SUPPRESSED2” mode.

NOTE:

Putting a suppressor on your firearm changes the cycling characteristics of the host. In doing so causes unwanted malfunctions and increased wear on the system. Please be aware of all risk by attaching a suppressor.

Gas Piston System

Ambidextrous Bolt Release

.223 Rem / 5.56×45 mm NATO
  1. Parts are MIL-SPEC where specified (green).
  2. Parts are POF-USA where specified (red).
  3. .223 and .308 components only differ in Ambi
Bolt Release pin length (shown). POF bolt release xray 223 POF bolt release 223
.308 Win / 7.62×51 mm NATO
  1. Parts are MIL-SPEC where specified (green).
  2. Parts are POF-USA where specified (red).
  3. .223 and .308 components only differ in Ambi
Bolt Release pin length (shown). POF bolt release xray 223 POF bolt release 223

Ambidextrous Safety Removal

Grip Removal
    1. Remove grip screw.
    2. Remove grip by pulling down making sure not to bend the safety detent spring.
    3. Remove safety detent spring and safety detent.POF ambidextrous grip
Ambidextrous Safety/Selector Switch Removal
  1. Remove Ambidextrous Fire Selector Screw.
  2. Remove right Fire Select Tab.
  3. Remove the trigger's hammer pin
  4. Tilt the trigger backwards to make clearance for the fire selector
  5. Remove left Fire Selector.
  6. Reinstall in reverse of removal.

POF ambidextrous selector

Barrel Specifications

Chamber
Threads
Twist Rates

P308 / Revolution (CMR)/ Revolution DI
.308 Win (Current production)
7.62x51 NATO (Older models)

5/8-24RH 1:10
Rogue
.308 Win
5/8-24RH 1:8
   
5.56×45 mm NATO (.223 Rem)1/2-28RH 1:8
   
.22 LR1/2-28RH 1:16
   
6.5 Creedmoor5/8-24RH 1:8
   
.300 BLK5/8-24RH 1:7
   

Breaking In Your New Firearm

Breaking In Your New 308
  1. Thoroughly clean the chamber of your new firearm, and clean after every shooting session
  2. Generously lube the bolt carrier group (BCG) with Frog Lube, CLP, Rem-Oil or your favorite gun lubricant which can include WD-40. As your firearm breaks in less lubrication will be needed and after a few hundred rounds just a light wipe will be sufficient
  3. Put a little lubricant in the buffer tube, white grease is a good choice, but WD-40 will work in a pinch
  4. Never use lubrication in your gas system. The gas system should always be run without lubricant. You can clean the gas block the same as you would your barrel just make sure you wipe it dry afterwards
  5. Avoid lead tipped ammo unless you are comfortable with polishing your feed ramps
  6. There is no break-in required for the barrel, just clean it at the end of each shooting session.
  7. POF-USA only recommends the use of factory new ammo, and cannot offer you advice or tips regarding handloading or re-loaded ammo
  8. POF-USA only recommends the use of Magpul GEN 3 PMAGS and/or Lancer L7AWM magazines in your any of your  .308/7.62x51 caliber model firearms.
  9. New firearms (less than 400 rounds) will perform better using jacketed ammo 168gr or heavier
An excellent video for cleaning your firearm
Breaking In Your New P415
  1. Thoroughly clean the chamber of your new firearm, and clean after every shooting session
  2. Generously lube the bolt carrier group (BCG) with Frog Lube, CLP, Rem-Oil or your favorite gun lubricant which can include WD-40. As your firearm breaks in less lubrication will be needed and after a few hundred rounds just a light wipe will be sufficient
  3. Put a little lubricant in the buffer tube, white grease is a good choice, but WD-40 will work in a pinch
  4. Never use lubrication in your gas system. The gas system should always be run without lubricant. You can clean the gas block the same as you would your barrel just make sure you wipe it dry afterwards
  5. There is no break-in required for the barrel, just clean it at the end of each shooting session. Check out the “Cleaning Procedures” tab on this page (below) for tips
  6. POF-USA only recommends the use of factory new ammo, and cannot offer you advice or tips regarding handloading or re-loaded ammo
I followed the guidelines and I am still having problems. What do I do now?

Contact Technical Support [email protected] or if you do not have access to email, you can call them at 623-561-9572. When contacting Technical Support always know the Serial Number of the firearm, the brand and type of ammo being used, the brand of magazine being used, and the setting of the gas system when your malfunction occurred.

  1. Should your POF-USA firearm require service it should be returned to the POF-USA factory. Technical Support will provide you with a shipping address and possibly a Return Authorization Number (RMA)
  2. Ensure your firearm or upper is unloaded.
  3. Do not ship any ammunition with the firearm (ship separately if required).
  4. Enclose a letter containing your full name, street address (no P.O. Boxes), Daytime Phone Number, Email Address, Serial Number of the Firearm, and Details of the Problems Experienced.
  5. We recommend that you insure your shipment.
  6. Customers pay shipping when returning product to POF-USA. We will pay return shipping charges for warranty repaired product to customer.
  7. For non-warranty repairs customer will be contacted with an estimate for repair to include cost of parts, labor, and return shipping.

Buffer System for Revolution / Rogue

Buffer System for Revolution / REVOLUTION DI / Rogue

The bolt carrier on the Revolution (CMR), Revolution DI, and Rogue, requires a longer stroke in order to clear the longer .308 cartridges and/or spent cases. 

Because of this, these firearm models use a proprietary (longer) buffer tube as well as a proprietary buffer spring.

STANDARD LENGTH AR15/M16 CARBINE BUFFER TUBES (RECEIVER EXTENSIONS), AND BUFFER/ACTION SPRINGS WILL NOT WORK IN THE REVOLUTION, REVOLUTION DI, OR ROGUE MODELS. 
DO NOT USE THEM, THEY WILL NOT WORK, AND YOU MAY DAMAGE YOUR FIREARM.

Download/view the file below for a visual representation of the correct buffer tube and spring to use in case you aren't sure. 

Cleaning Videos

Basic Firearms Maintenance
Recommend cleaning intervals: every 500 rounds
Basic Rebel Maintenance
Recommend cleaning intervals: every 500 rounds

Dictator Gas Block Tuning & Maintenance

Dictator gas block

Tuning Instructions

Note:

  • This gas block will have a minimum of 9 positions, including the fully closed “off” positions. Your gas block may have 1 or 2 additional open positions.
  • By design, there are 3 different tools you might use to adjust your regulator. The first is the custom wrench provided with the gas block. It is designed with a finger loop that will also allow it to be attached to your key chain. It also is small enough for storage in many grips. The custom wrench has a unique shape because it has been optimized for use with POF-USA handguards. However, it can be used if you have installed your DIctator™ with a handguard that does not extend past the gas block. The second method is a 3/32” hex wrench. The third is a flat head screwdriver.
  1. Remove any magazines or ammunition feeding devices from the firearm and make sure the rifle is clear and unloaded.
  2. Turn the regulator in towards the gas block until it can no longer rotate. This is the “off” position. In this position, the gas will be completely blocked from entering the gas tube. In this setting, you will have to cycle the gun manually.
  3. Turn the regulator in the opposite direction as step 2. You should hear and/or feel a “click”. Each click is one position. Turn the regulator to the first click. You have slightly opened the gas port.
  4. Load one round in a magazine and insert it into your firearm. Following the rules of gun safety, fire the weapon.
  5. Observe whether the bolt carrier cycled back and was held open by the bolt catch. In the first position, it is not likely.
  6. Remove the magazine and clear the firearm.
  7. Repeat steps 3-5 to open the gas flow incrementally until the bolt carrier cycles back and is held open by the bolt catch.
  8. Remove the magazine and clear the firearm.
  9. Load a few rounds in the magazine and insert the magazine into your firearm. Following the rules of gun safety, fire the weapon consecutively and observe the ejection pattern of the brass. If the muzzle is 12 o’clock and the buttstock is 6 o’clock, you are looking to achieve consistent ejection at 3 o’clock.
  10. If the ejection is somewhere between 6 o’clock and 3 o’clock, repeat the clearing, firing, observing, clearing, and adjusting cycle, until the ejection does reach 3 o’clock. Your rifle is set.
  11. After shooting over time, you may notice your ejection becoming sluggish and moving back towards 6’oclock. If this is the case, remove the magazine, clear the firearm, and turn the regulator to open the gas flow.

Maintenance and cleaning

After extended use, it may become difficult to adjust the regulator. Below are the instructions for disassembly and cleaning. Note: The included diagram may be referenced for part descriptions and information.

  1. Remove any magazines or ammunition feeding devices from the firearm and make sure the rifle is clear and unloaded.
  2. Using a drift pin punch, remove the Regulator Retaining Pin (Item 5) from the gas block.
  3. Spray some carbon cleaner into the hole at the top of the Gas Block (Item 1), and allow it to soak in. A liberal application may be required.
  4. Using the custom POF-USA wrench, a flat screwdriver or 3/32” hex wrench, work the regulator (Item 4) back and forth to break up the carbon built up on the threads.
  5. Using the custom POF-USA wrench, a flat screwdriver or 3/32” hex wrench, turn the regulator until it is completely unthreaded. If it will not completely unthread, repeat steps 3-4 until it will. Once you have passed the threads, the Regulator Detent Ball (Item 3), may engage them when attempting to remove the regulator from the gas block. If this occurs, it is recommended to continue “unthreading” the regulator until the threads have cleared the ball.
  6. Remove the regulator from the gas block. Be aware of the location of the ball detent.
  7. Remove the ball detent and store it in a safe location.
  8. The ball detent spring (item 2) will likely be held in place by force. For replacement purposes, please know that the spring is an AR15/M16 extractor spring. You may choose to remove it or not.
  9. Spray carbon cleaner into the open bore. Scrub and flush out the built-up carbon.
  10. If you removed the ball detent spring, reinstall it. Push it all of the way down into the counterbore.
  11. Place the ball detent into the pocket in the bore. It should rest in place.
  12. Taking care not to displace the ball detent, carefully install the regulator. If there is resistance when the threads interact with the ball detent, “screw” the threads over the detent. When the threads on the regulator come into contact with the threads on the gas block, you may want to twist the regulator in the unthreading direction while lightly pressing it into the gas block. You should be able to feel the thread starts to align. Screw the regulator all the way in.
  13. Reinstall the regulator retaining pin.

Edge Rail Removal

Modular Railed Receiver (M.R.R.™) Assembly/Removal

POF M.R.R. rail assembly

Fastener Reference and Suggested Tool

Fastener Reference and Suggested Tool

2018 Fastener Reference

Gas Piston Orientation (Older Models)

Normal Gas Piston

For operation in “Normal” mode, the Gas Piston should be installed with two groved toward the front end of the barrel. This allows the firearm to use more gas to cycle the firearm.

gas piston normal

Suppressed Gas Piston

For operation in the “Suppressed” mode, the Gas Piston should be installed with two grooves toward the back end of the barrel. With one grove over the gas port instead of two, this allows the firearm to use less gas to cycle the firearm.

gas piston suppressed

P308 Buffer Comparison - Carbine Stock

Factory Installed in P308s  PRIOR to October 2012.

.308 Carbine Buffer   2.5″ overall length

POF 308 buffer

CRE at right side view

CRE at bottom

6-Position Buffer Tube

.308 Carbine Action (Buffer) Spring

~10.25-10.5″ free length — 29-30 coils

223 buffer spring

Factory Installed in P308s AFTER October 2012.

.223 Carbine Buffer 3.25″ overall length

POF 223 buffer

CRE 1 right side view

CRE 1 at bottom

7-Position Buffer tube

.308 A2-Style Buffer Spring

~12.5-12.75″ free length — 38-39 coils

fixed spring correct

REBEL 22 Ammunition

IMPORTANT NOTE REGARDING AMMUNITION FOR THE REBEL 22

The Rebel 22 is a short barreled blow back operated 22 LR pistol. It is chambered for and designed to properly function with the .22 caliber Long Rifle rimfire cartridge. We only recommend the use of high velocity or hyper-velocity ammunition, manufactured to U.S. industry standards, in the Rebel 22 for optimal function.

Due to its blow-back operation, a fast cycle of the action is required to achieve proper ejection, extraction and hammer reset. When we say "fast cycle" we are talking about the amount of burnt powder a fired case ignites to cycle back the bolt carrier. The Rebel needs as much gas pressure as possible to eject, extract, reset the hammer, and feed a new round, much like other 22 LR pistol. 

Low pressure, lower powered, or low quality ammunition is often inconsistent and anything below High velocity will struggle to cycle properly when not fired suppressed.

POF recommends a break-in of around 500 rounds of high velocity such as those listed on the recommended ammunition list. 

standard velocity / match ammo

If access to high velocity is not available, the use of standard velocity should suffice, but please avoid most match loads as they are very underpowered.
In many cases some subsonic ammunition has more pressure than some match loads. It is the nature of a match 22lr round to be sub-sonic as the bullet will stabilize better.

Post Break in / experimentation

After the break-in period is complete the gun should run most all types of ammo. As is the case with most all 22lr firearms they are all independently picky.

Some experimenting will be necessary to find the best combo for YOUR gun.

YOUR gun will likely vary from any other that you pick up off the shelf. Even box to box, 22lr ammunition varies greatly.

subsonics and suppressors

The Rebel 22 will also have issues cycling subsonic ammunition with the use of a suppressor. There is No guarantee that it will function properly WITHOUT a suppressor.

It takes time for some springs in this weapon to set and have a long life. This is not a .223 or a .308 where the bolt moves rapidly to take care of this in a few shots. It takes extra time with a 22lr.





 
AMMUNITION TO AVOID, EVEN AFTER BREAK IN
BRAND
TYPE
Winchester
  • Any kind with flat nose
Federal
  • Gold Medal
CCI
  • Clean
  • Quiet 22

*** Please note all the above information is not set in stone you may experience different results with your firearm. This list has been put together with the best of our ability with the ammo we have been able to test. As we are able to test more ammunition, we will update this list accordingly. ***
***POF-USA tests with Remington thunderbolts in a factory 10rd rotary mag before leaving the factory.***

REBEL 22 Magazines

Rebel 22 - magazines

It is important to note that the ejector for this platform is the left side feed lip, just like every other firearm that uses 10/22 style magazines.

Below are notes regarding our results with Rebel 22 compatible magazines.

Ruger Rotary 10Rd AKA BX-1:
Most consistent but should be cleaned on a regular basis. Factory spring tension can be inconsistent. If the magazine is not dropping free it is due to inconsistencies in the mold of the magazine. A light 30 sec sanding on each side of the mag will reveal the high spots and then the mag will drop free no problem.

Ruger BX-25 / BX-15:
Known for inconsistent feeding and feeding related issues. The springs are inconsistent and get bound up and just in general are not linear. The only solutions for this are the quick fixes found online with a quick google search of BX-25 feeding issues or just trying out several mags till you find one that works well. Also, the ejector on this magazine is the smallest ejector on any mag we have tested. This leads to issues with ejection. The BX-25 is also the narrowest magazine and has side to side play.

Butler Creek Steel Lips:
Same issues with spring tension as BX-25. When buying new ones you can usually break it in by loading the magazine and letting set for 48 hours, unloading and repeat. Unfortunately, these mags are friction welded together so cleaning them is not really an option. These magazines tend to feed well and also have the biggest ejector out of any of the mags that we have tested.

Butler Creek Hot Lips:
Have plastic feed lips and are not recommended. Any 10/22 magazine with plastic feed lips like the old Ramlines and Promag mags are also not recommended. The plastic feed lips wears out due to the feed lips doubling as the weapons ejector.

Tactical Innovations:
Very smooth-running magazine, no spring tension issues in our experience. This magazine also has a very large ejector and is the tightest fitting in our mag well. They are friction welded and they are not very consistent, but they always lean on the wider side.

GSG Drum Mag:
Ours had horrible spring tension issues and we never could get the rounds to present well and could not do much testing with it.

Promag:
In testing a variety of the Promag magazines we noticed that every mag had different feed lips and ejectors. This caused major feeding and ejection issues. We never could get the rounds to feed and eject consistently and could not do much testing with them.

Any other magazines on the market we have not had the opportunity to test.

Receiver Pivot Pin Removal

Receiver Pivot Pin Removal

1. Place receiver pivot pin in the open position.

POF takedown pin

2. Insert 1/16″ (or smaller) punch or equivalent into receiver pivot pin hole and depress receiver pivot pin detent.

POF takedown pin

3. Slightly pull out the receiver pivot pin while removing punch.

POF takedown pin

4. Fully remove the receiver pivot pin slowly. Remove pivot pin detent and pivot pin detent spring.

POF takedown pin

NOTE: Be sure not to lose pivot pin detent under spring pressure. Point the lower receiver down onto a table before removing the Pivot Pin to catch.

Renegade Handguard

Renegade Handguard

POF Renegade handguard

 

The Renegade and Renegade Plus use a unique mounting and locking system for the handguard. The narrow profile handguard is slipped over the barrel nut and locked horizontally into place using two QD sling mount blocks: one on the right side and one on the left side. Additionally, two clamp screws located at the bottom of the handguard are tightened to effectively clamp the handguard into place.

POF Renegade handguard

Once the handguard is slid into position the cutout in the barrel nut should be visible in the window of the handguard as shown here.

POF Renegade handguard

The square “block” on the sling mount will fit into the window of the handguard and “lock” into the barrel nut. While holding the block forward against the barrel nut, the two screws are then tightened on the QD sling mount block to 25 inch-pounds. This process must be followed on both the right and left side of the weapon.

Revolution / Rogue Bolt and Firing Pin Transition

Transition from V1 to v2 bolt and firing pin for Revolution/Rogue

The bolt on the Revolution (CMR), Revolution DI, and Rogue, has been redesigned. 

Due to the nature of the redesign, the first version (V1) of the bolt and firing pin will not be compatible with the the current version (V2).

Download/view the file below for a visual representation and explanation of and for the differences. 

Revolution / Rogue Extractor Spring Orientation

Technical Bulletin - Revolution Extractor Spring Orientation

The CMR/Revolution is a new model in the Patriot Ordnance Factory line of firearms. With the help of customer feedback and our own internal testing we have discovered that the orientation of the extractor spring is important to the functioning/cycling of the weapon. If you experience jams and ejection failures, especially after cleaning the bolt, then you should re-check the orientation of the spring in the extractor. The extractor spring has a small end and a large end. If the small end of the spring is placed into the pocket then the spring can work loose and either sit at an angle or completely come out of the pocket. The result is malfunctioning in extraction and feeding.

Trigger Removal

Trigger Removal

Please download the PDF below that explains how to properly remove your trigger.

It is important that you do not attempt to remove the selector before removing the KNS pins. You may break the tail of the trigger if you try to force the selector out without removing the KNS pins.

Accuracy

HOW ACCURATE ARE YOUR FIREARMS?

All of our 5.56, .308, 6.5 Creedmoor, and 300 BLK chambered Firearms are guaranteed MOA or better. Many variables are involved when shooting for accuracy or determining groups such as environment, ammo, optics, and individual shooter ability.

Ammunition

Can I shoot 5.56×45 mm NATO ammunition with my P415/Renegade?

Yes. Our 5.56 barrels are  chambered using a 5.56 NATO reamer, which allows the use of both 5.56x45mm NATO and .223 Remington ammunition.

Can I shoot 7.62×51 mm NATO ammunition with my P308/Revolution?

Yes. Our 308 barrels are chambered using a .308 Win reamer which allows the use of both .308 Winchester and 7.62×51 mm NATO ammunition.

Can I shoot steel-cased ammunition, like Wolf, in my POF-USA rifles?

Yes, in fact POF-USA does a lot of testing with WOLF ammo. However, it is important to remember to thoroughly clean the throat area of the chamber after a session with steel-cased ammo.

Barrel Questions

Why doesn’t POF-USA offer chrome-lined barrels?

All of our barrels are nitride heat-treated to a case of 70 HRC. Our barrels shoot consistently better groups on all of our weapon systems than chrome-lined barrels after a high round count. Our barrels are easier to clean and don’t copper foul like chrome-lined barrels. Chrome lining can separate away from barrel surface over time. Chrome lining also does not plate evenly on the entire surface of the bore and grooves.

What is the normal-use barrel life of the POF-USA barrels?

You can expect to get at least 20,000 plus rounds out of our nitride heat-treated barrels. We have seen as many as 40,000 plus rounds through some of our weapon systems and still no need to replace the barrel.

Can I run my Rogue suppressed?

Can I run my Rogue suppressed? The Rogue comes standard with a low-profile fixed gas block. It is highly recommended that an adjustable gas block, such as the .223/5.56 mid-length Dictator, is installed on the Rogue rifle. Suppressors naturally increase back pressure. This pressure increases the cyclical rate of your firearms bolt carrier. Use the Dictator Gas Block to regulate the bolt carrier speed for best performance and optimal parts life.

Cleaning & Lubrication

Can your piston rifles really run dry?

Yes. We nickel plate our bolt carriers to allow the rifle to operate continuously without any wet or oily surfaces for dirt or carbon build-up and cling to.

How often should I clean/lubricate the rifle?

Our rifles are able to go thousands of rounds without cleaning or lubrication (given they are being shot in “Normal” mode and not using steel-cased ammunition) while still retaining its accuracy. However, we recommend giving your POF-USA rifle a good cleaning every 300-400 rounds to keep your rifle as smooth as possible. See our Technical FAQ’s page for more information and watch our Basic Cleaning Video for recommended procedures.

Should I oil the op-rod, gas plug, or the gas piston?

No. Heat is dissipated on these parts and you should refrain from using oil.

Magazines

What magazines are shipped with Restricted State Models?

High-capacity magazines are unavailable in certain parts of our country including: Colorado, Connecticut, California, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and New York.

All restricted state models will ship with a state-compliant magazine.

Returns

Can I return my purchase for a refund?

POF-USA offers a 30-day return policy on all items purchased directly from the factory. (parts, gear, uppers).

How may I return a rifle, pistol, or lower receiver?

You will need to return serial numbered items to the dealer you purchased from. Refunds or exchanges of Serial Numbered items are at the discretion of the selling dealer.

Customers will pay a 15% restocking fee when returning product to POF-USA. We will pay return shipping charges for warranty repaired product to customer.

Select Fire Uppers

Can a civilian purchase/own a Select Fire Upper Receiver?

Yes. United States law recognizes lower receivers as the definitive part of a “firearm” (the part that loads magazines and houses the trigger). This is why Lower Receivers have serial numbers and Upper Receivers do not. This means that Upper Receivers, stripped or assembled, are not considered firearms or part of a firearm until attached to or stored with a compatible lower receiver. This makes it perfectly legal to purchase any Upper Receiver with a full auto bolt carrier group.

Do I need an FFL or an FFL Dealer to purchase a Select Fire Upper Receiver?

No. Since the Upper receiver is not considered a firearm by definition, they do not require transfer through a FFL holder. These items can be shipped directly to your preferred shipping address.

Select Fire Weapons

What is a Select Fire weapon?

A firearm is capable of burst and/or fully-automatic modes of fire (machine gun).

Can a civilian own a Select Fire weapon?

Yes, so long as the lower receiver was manufactured and registered before May of 1986.

Can a civilian purchase a Select Fire weapon?

Not from POF-USA. The Firearm Owners’ Protection Act (FOPA) prohibits individuals from purchasing Select Fire weapons manufactured after May 19th, 1986. Since POF-USA was founded in 2002, no POF-USA manufactured rifle or lower receiver falls into this category.

Short Barreled Rifles (SBR)

What is a Short-Barreled Rifle (SBR)?

An assembled rifle with a barrel shorter than 16″ is considered an SBR and regulated by the National Firearms Act.

Can a civilian own an SBR?

Yes. NFA rules apply.

Can a civilian purchase an SBR?

Yes. NFA rules apply.


Short Barreled Uppers

Can a civilian purchase/own an SBR Upper Receiver?

Yes. United States law recognizes lower receivers as the definitive part of a “firearm” (the part that loads magazines and houses the trigger). This is why Lower Receivers have serial numbers and Upper Receivers do not. This means that SBR Upper Receivers, stripped or assembled, are perfectly legal to own as long as they are not attached to or stored with a non-NFA registered lower receiver.

Do I need an FFL or an FFL Dealer to purchase an SBR Upper Receiver?

No. Since the Upper receiver is not considered a firearm by definition, they do not require transfer through a FFL holder.

Can I attach an SBR Upper to my rifle?

No. Assembled rifles with barrels shorter than 16″ are Short-Barreled Rifles (SBR) and regulated by the National Firearms Act. Only Law Enforcement/Military agencies and authorized FFL dealers may order or register a Lower Receiver as an SBR.

Can I attach an SBR Upper to my pistol?

Yes. Lower Receivers purchased as Pistols are registered as such by serial numbers and are not considered rifles. Compatible SBR Upper Receivers may be used with these weapons.

Suppressor Use

Putting a suppressor on your firearm will increase the cycling rate of your bolt carrier during extraction. This will cause unwanted malfunctions and increased wear on the system. POF-USA highly recommends using an adjustable gas system to properly tune in your rifles cyclical rate. Please be aware of all risks by attaching a suppressor.

Rogue Manual

Revolution Manual

Rebel 22 Manual

Firearms Manual

Minuteman Upper Exploded

P308 Lower Exploded

P308 Upper Exploded

P415 Lower Exploded

P415 Upper Exploded

Rebel Lower Exploded

Rebel Upper Exploded

Renegade Plus Exploded

Revolution DI Upper Exploded

Revolution Lower Exploded

Revolution Upper Exploded

Rogue Lower Exploded

Rogue Upper Exploded

All POF-USA firearms have a 100% satisfaction guarantee and have a limited lifetime warranty.

POF-USA firearms are warranted against defects in material and workmanship for the life of the firearm regardless of ownership. Normal maintenance is not covered by the warranty and it is the responsibility of the owner to assure the weapon is properly maintained. All labor and /or replacement parts at the discretion of POF-USA are free of charge.

Shipping to and from our facilities, government fees, damages caused by failure to perform normal maintenance, sales outside the United States, damages due to high velocity, high pressure, reloaded, remanufactured, or other no non-standard ammunition, consequential or incidental damages and /or expenses, any unauthorized repair, modification, misuse, abuse, or alteration of the product is not covered by this warranty.

In order to help us assist you better, please register your firearm through our Warranty Registration online form.

For further technical assistance or to obtain warranty information on your POF-USA firearm, email technical support at [email protected].

Altering or modifying parts is dangerous and will void the warranty. Your POF-USA firearm was manufactured to perform properly with the original parts as designed. It is your responsibility to make sure any parts you install are made for this firearm, installed correctly, and that neither the originals nor the replacement parts are altered or changed. Your POF-USA firearm is a complex precision tool with many parts that must operate correctly with other parts in order to maintain proper and safe operation. Putting your firearm together improperly or with incorrect or modified parts can result in a damaged firearm, serious personal injury, or death to you and/or others through malfunction. Always have a qualified armorer or gunsmith work on your POF-USA firearm systems or other firearms.

Customers will pay a 15% restocking fee when returning a product to POF-USA. We will pay return shipping charges for warranty repaired products to customers.

Visit Our Secure RMA/Repair Request System

We work with APB360.com (GunTRAC) to manage our electronic record keeping requirements in order to satisfy the complex BATFE Licensee functions. Please click here to start the RMA/Warranty/Repair process. You will leave pof-usa.com to complete this process.

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