AR Type, Semi-automatic
While the Colt name is virtually synonymous with handguns, Sam Colt’s initial revolvers off the assembly line were longarms. That’s right. The first production model of any Colt was the No.1 Ring Lever Rifle. The carbine breech (attachable shoulder stocks for handguns) and America’s first slide action rifle were also part of Colt’s on-and-off ventures into longarms. Then in 1963 the AR-15 and M16 .223 automatic rifles "made Colt’s the small-arms sensation of modern warfare". Their unmatched accuracy, performance and durability are available in their direct descendent, the Colt semiautomatic-only, sporting rifles. They’re ideal for hunting, plinking and competition shooting. Compensator , Gas operated - Multi-lug rotary locking bolt.
|Rate of twist:||1 in 9"|
|Stock finish:||Matte Black|
|Sights:||Front - Adjustable post for elevation|
|Rear - Adjustable for windage and elevation|
|Magazine type:||Detachable Box|