Make: Sig Sauer Model: P210 Caliber: 9mm
The Sig Sauer P210 was originally released in 1949, and featured a variety of changes and upgrades over the previous models through the decades. The newest version is the Sig Saue...(more)
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Colt 9mm Parabellum AR6450 is a 6.3lb, 31.5" collapsed and 35" extended rifle with blowback actuated reloading. It is the only one in this sub series that colt makes that is a 9mm, all others are 5.56x45 NATO. It has a chrome lined barrel with 6 grooves and a 1 in 7 right hand twist. It comes with steel flip up sights, and like all ar-styled guns its a blast to shoot. (no pun intended). Colt is the official arm developer of the M4 and variants for the United States Military, that means they are reliable and have had tons of field testing in regards to most major components. This gun being a 9mm is a bit cheaper to shoot or plink around with. It also means the round is moving much more slowly. (9mm is around 900-100 fps wile the 5.56x45 NATO is moving around 3,000 fps)
What Colt has to say themselves about this gun..
Throughout the world today, Colt’s reliability, performance, and accuracy provide our Armed Forces the confidence required to accomplish any mission. Colt’s new LE6920MP-B shares many features of its combat proven brother, the Colt M4. The heart of this new carbine is its 16.1” chrome lined barrel. With a 1 in 7” twist, ammunition selection is virtually unlimited. Colt teamed up with Magpul Industries to outfit this carbine with the most highly sought after accessories. Magpul MOE handguards, MOE carbine stock, MOE pistol grip, MOE vertical grip and a Magpul Back-up Sight all come as standard equipment on this exceptional carbine.
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Make: Remington Model: Model 700 Caliber: 7mm Remington Mag Designed By: Remington Make Year: 2010
The Model 700 Remington shoots a 7mm Remington Mag, has 9 1/2 in twist, has an overall length of 44.5 in, and a barrel length of 24 in. This gun is consistently rated one of the...(more)
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