Del-Ton put together a civilian legal version of the M16A4 rifle, modeled after the preferred battle rifle of the United States Marine Corps. The M16A4 is a serious rifleman’s tool, and to genuinely appreciate its merits a shooter must be trained in the art of the rifle—concepts familiar to any Marine. The 20” barrel is fitted with a NATO-spec “birdcage” muzzle brake/flash suppressor.
The Marine Corps will not follow the Army if it selects a replacement for its M4 carbine but instead will settle on improving its fleet of M16A4s and M4s, acquisition officials told lawmakers Wednesday.
South Carolina Republican Rep. Joe Wilson to the House Armed Services Committee’s Subcommittee:
“Does the Marine Corps plan to procure a new carbine to replace the M4 or M16 and what is the Marine Corps’s current and future strategy for a new small arms weapon?” asked Wilson, whose district includes gun-maker FN Manufacturing LLC, a contender in the Army’s improved carbine competition.
“There is no replacement for the [M4] carbine,” said Brig. Gen. Daniel O’Donohue, director of the Capabilities Development Directorate, Combat Development and Integration for the Marine Corps.
Read the rest of Matthew Cox’s article at Military.com.
Del-Ton put together a civilian legal version of the M16A4 rifle, modeled after the preferred…
by Tactical-Life.com / Nov 17, 2011