CAR-15 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia USAF SP with Colt Commando. Note: large flash hider The Colt Automatic Rifle-15 Military Weapons System or CAR-15 was a family of the AR-15 and M16 rifle–based firearms marketed by Colt in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Due to their compact size, the short-barreled Colt Commando and XM177 versions of this family continued to be issued to the U.S. military … Continue reading “The CAR-15”
Brett | October 26, 2016 Manly Skills, Outdoors, Self-Reliance When you’re out in the field navigating the land or doing any number of outdoor chores and tasks, you may for a variety of reasons need to measure the heights and widths of objects like trees and rivers. But oftentimes these objects are so large and out-of-reach that trying to … Continue reading “Field-Expedient Tricks for Estimating the Height and Width of Objects”
It almost looks like it is missing its bolt. Pity that it not do so well in the Trenches of WWI with the Canadian Army. But as a sporting rifle the are pretty good for 100 year old guns.
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