Marine veteran evaluates new Colt AR15A4

AR15A4_Colt-e1395948222215Colt has come out with an updated model to replace the old AR15A2.  They have corrected problems that the older model has and was evaluated by Robb Manning, a former marine and current writer for Gun Digest.

And now, you can own one yourself by following the link inside and filling out a ticket for the raffle where you can get an AR15A4 for your very own for free.  Read the article (which should drive Piers Morgan and Diane Feinstein crazy) then enter to win one.

Robb Manning, a former marine, writing for Gun Digest evaluates the new Colt AR15A4 rifle and it sounds like a vast improvement over earlier models.  Also click on the link on the bottom of the page for a chance to win one for your very own.

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Manning writes:

I am a long time user of Colt rifles. As one of Uncle Sam’s Misguided Children (USMC) I was issued a Colt M16A2, and that’s what I carried and qualified with for most of my 11-year career.

One of my first personally owned firearms that I purchased was a Colt AR-15 Sporter Match HBAR rifle, which I still own, and is my only experience with Colt since getting out of the Marines. In 2004, the Marine Corps retired the A2, and adopted the M16A4.

Improvements included a flattop receiver with removable carry handle and quad-rail hand guards made by Knight’s Armament Corporation (KAC).

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