Posted September 14, 2015 11:00 am by Comments

By Richard Johnson


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Del-Ton’s M4-style Extreme Duty 316 in 5.56mm NATO lives up to its name with tank-tough parts built to handle rough use.

Factory iron sights get you in the fight right out of the box, while the Picatinny rail allows you to add glass for more precise shots.

When you name a rifle “Extreme Duty,” you are setting the bar pretty high.

The name suggests a robust rifle that can take plenty of hard knocks yet keep on running in arduous conditions. When the team at Del-Ton Inc. designed the Extreme Duty 316, it appears they were intent on building just such a resilient rifle.

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Source:: Tactical Life

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