DoubleStar’s Constant Carry Carbine is a lightweight 5.56 go-to rifle that is adaptable for a wide range of applications.
The 1973 sci-fi film classic Soylent Green depicts an over-populated Earth that has depleted its natural resources and food supply. Forty million people now inhabit New York City, with most living under the most squalid conditions imaginable.
I remember watching the movie as a college student: In one scene, an individual is shown brandishing an AR-15 rifle as he guards the entrance to his building. At the time I thought that was a bit odd because, after all, the AR-15 was going to be obsolete by 2022. Obviously, my ability to predict the future was a little clouded. Like the 1911 pistol and the B-52 bomber, the AR-15 will remain in service well into the 21st century, simply because nothing better has come along.
The original AR-15 was conceived as a lightweight weapon system, and original copies weighed less than 6 pounds. Over the years, the AR-15 design has morphed into a wide variety of configurations, including short-barrel carbines, precision rifles, new chamberings and even different operating systems. One thing for sure is that they are all heavier than the original Stoner concept.
DoubleStar's Constant Carry Carbine is a lightweight 5.56 go-to rifle that is adaptable for a…
by Bryce M. Towsley / Nov 21, 2013