Posted May 31, 2017 8:40 am by Comments

By Richard Johnson


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<div data-cycle-hash="bushmaster-xm-15-standard" data-cycle-desc="Bushmaster XM-15 Standard: The AR-15 has long been associated with Bushmaster, and the XM-15 Standard is a prime example of the company's guns. The rifle is affordable yet well appointed with an M16 bolt carrier, M4 feed ramps and a heavy chrome-lined barrel. On top is a carry handle with an integral rear sight that works well with the A2-style front sight tower. The company includes one 30-round Magpul PMAG to feed the rifle.

Caliber: 5.56mm NATO

Barrel: 16 inches

OA Length: 35 inches

Weight: 7 pounds (empty)

Stock: Collapsible

Sights: A2 front, carry handle rear

Action: Direct impingement semi-auto

Finish: Matte black

Capacity: 30+1
MSRP: $895
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<div data-cycle-hash="colt-expanse-m4" data-cycle-desc="Colt Expanse M4: When people talk about the AR-15, many consider Colt as the gold standard. Colt proves, however, that being the standard doesn't mean unaffordable. For less than $750, you can buy an Expanse M4 rifle. This is a true 5.56mm NATO rifle with a 1-in-7-inch-twist barrel and hardcoat anodized 7075-T6 receivers. The flattop upper allows for the easy installation of an optic. Colt rounds out the gun with an adjustable stock, a single-stage trigger, …Read the Rest

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