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M16 RIFLE

$2,101.0

FN M16 RIFLE

UPC GDC0000018089
Caliber 5.56X45MM NATO
Action SEMI AUTO
Capacity 30 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 20 BARREL
Weight 9.2 LBS.
Finish BLACK

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M16 RIFLE | M16 RIFLE FOR SALE

For sale is an FN 15 Military Collector Series M16, a military replica rifle chambered in 5.56 NATO. It is equipped with a full buttstock, KAC quad rail and foregrip, and a 4×32 Trijicon ACOG with a TA31-CH reticle. Grip tape has been installed on the pistol grip. This rifle is in very good condition, with minor signs of wear, and the rear sight is missing. Purchase includes three 30-round Hexmag magazines, eight 30-round Magpul magazines, and a sling. Ricochet arms

UPC GDC0000018089
Caliber 5.56X45MM NATO
Action SEMI AUTO
Capacity 30 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 20 BARREL
Weight 9.2 LBS.
Finish BLACK

M16 rifle, also called AR-15, assault rifle developed as the AR-15 by American engineer Eugene Stoner of ArmaLite Inc. in the late 1950s. The rifle received high marks for its light weight, its accuracy, and the volume of fire that it could provide. m16 rifle for sale in stock. m16

The AR-15 was developed as a more portable alternative to the 7.62-mm (.308-calibre) battlefield rifles of the day, but ArmaLite had limited success in marketing it to the U.S. military. The AR-15 design was licensed to Colt’s Patent Firearms Manufacturing Company (later Colt’s Manufacturing LLC) in 1959, and upon its adoption by the U.S. Air Force in 1962, the AR-15 was designated the M16 by the Department of Defense. Modified versions of the AR-15 (designated the XM16E1) were used by American combat troops in the Vietnam War in the mid-1960s. Despite its advantages, it was prone to jamming because of a convergence of factors. Improved training, wider distribution of cleaning kits, and a change in the composition of the powder used in the rifle’s ammunition dramatically reduced the rate of malfunction. With some minor adjustments based on recommendations from the field, the rifle, now designated the M16A1, was adopted as the standard infantry weapon for the U.S. military in 1967, superseding the M14 rifle. Colt subsequently marketed a semiautomatic version of the rifle to civilians and law-enforcement personnel as the AR-15, and upon the expiration of various patents in the 1970s, other companies followed suit. That resulted in the application of the term AR-15 both to a specific type of semiautomatic rifle and to the broader family of selective-fire rifles based on the original ArmaLite platform. M16 rifle for sale

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