Make: Colt Model: Series 70 O1070A1CS Caliber: .45
The Colt Series 70™ Pistol .45 caliber is a modification of the battletested colt government series pistols. The gun has a capacity of 7+1, a barrel length of 5", a total lengt...(more)
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The Colt 5.56x45 NATO LE6920MP-FDE with with a 16.1", chrome lined barrel, 6 grooves, a 1 in 7 right handed twist, and a cool forward grip that makes it easier to point and shoot. This gun has an extended length of 35.5" and a collapsed length of 32". It weighs in at 6.9 lbs and is powered by a direct gas system. This gun is based of the Colt M4 carbine that has been tested heavily via the US Military and other such organizations.
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: Beretta Model: Uberti 1858 New Army Carabine Caliber: .44
This in one of the first muzzle loading revolving carbines. It differentiates itself for its easy handling and reliability. About 3.000 models were produced between 1866 and 1879.
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