Posts Tagged carbine

AR15 Load and Unload On The Range

From NSSF:

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Army Seeking New M4

From Military.com:

“The government is seeking to procure M4A1-Plus (abbreviated as M4A1+) components as non-development items … for improvements to the M4A1 Carbine,” according to the March 13 document posted on FedBizOpps.gov. “It is anticipated that the M4A1+ components will be evaluated as a system. The system must then install on/interface with stock M4A1 Carbines.”

 

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VEPR Carbines in 7.62x54R from Atlantic Firearms

Atlantic Firearms

VEPR Carbine: $1,329

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Paul Howe Tactical Carbine

Wilson Combat is producing the Paul Howe Tactical Carbine

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Sig MPX

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Why You Should Own a Carbine in a Pistol Caliber

From Guns.com:

Because of the nature of a carbine, an easy to maneuver short-barreled rifle, they seem to simplify things for new shooters – especially one chambered in a pistol caliber, like say the Hi-Point Carbine 4595.

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A Sling is Necessary for a Rifle

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Hi-Point Firearms Carbine

The November issue of SWAT has an article on these carbines which are available at a very reasonable price.

Hi-Point Firearms

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Lever Gun as Personal Protection

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Gun Blast Reviews Red Jacket Firearms’ AR

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SWAT Magazine July 2012

In this issue:

SIG716 Patrol Rifle

Switching from .45 to 9mm

Vang Comp Systems 870

M-1 Carbine in .22

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New Ruger SR-556C Piston Carbine

Press Release
Sturm, Ruger Introduces The SR-556C™ Piston Driven Carbine With A Shorter, Lighter Barrel

Ruger SR556C

Ruger SR556C

Southport, CT: May 13, 2010 – Sturm, Ruger & Co., Inc. (NYSE:RGR) is pleased to announce the introduction of the new Ruger® SR-556C™, a carbine-length derivative of the popular SR-556 two-stage piston driven AR style rifle. The new SR-556C features a heavy contour, fluted barrel that is 1-3/4″ shorter and a half-pound lighter than the original SR-556.

The 16.1″ barrel on the new SR-556C features an integrally machined flash suppressor, which minimizes the overall length of the barrel while maintaining compliance with ATF regulations for civilian and commercial sales. The SR-556C maintains the mid-length gas system and the heavy (.850″) barrel contour under the handguard of the original SR-556, however the barrel under the handguard is fluted for weight reduction and to promote barrel cooling.

“Many of our customers appreciate the limited muzzle rise when shooting the original SR-556, which allows them to re-acquire their sight picture more quickly between shots,” said Todd Wilkinson, Ruger’s Chief Engineer for Rifles. “However, some customers requested a shorter, lighter, faster handling gun that can more quickly acquire separate targets. This new SR-556C drops a full half pound off the front end of the gun, which changes its handling dynamics considerably, something our customers are really going to appreciate.”

The SR-556C offers the same great features that made the original SR-556 such a success: it includes the two-stage piston driven operating system with a four position adjustable gas regulator; chrome plated, cold hammer forged barrel; Troy Industries Folding Battlesights, Quad Rail, and rail covers; chrome plated bolt carrier group and operating system, six-position stock, Hogue® Monogrip® and three 30-round MAGPUL PMAG™ magazines.

For more information on the SR-556C, or any of the other rifles, pistols, or revolvers offered by Ruger, please visit www.Ruger.com, or visit your local firearms retailer.

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HK USC

USC

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Golani Sporter

Century Arms

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Beretta Cx4 Storm

Cx4 Storm

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