Early in 2015, Colt introduced the M.A.R.C.901 family of rifles. Each new rifle in the M.A.R.C. 901 (Modular AR Carbine 901) family is an evolution of the LE901-16S unveiled a few years ago, which means the upper receiver group can be easily swapped out for any Colt upper receiver chambered in 5.56x45mm NATO with a special conversion kit (sold separately). The bolt and magazine controls are ambidextrous for flexibility and ease of use.
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Be it for whitetail hunting in Maine, target practice at the range or law enforcement use, the Colt’s M.A.R.C.901 rifles have the power and versatility you need. Each rifle features a free-floating, 16.1-inch, chrome-lined barrel, and users can now find their perfect balance with customized mounting of accessories such as optics, bipods, lasers and more. The LE901-16SE sports a user-configurable, one-piece upper receiver and comes with backup sights. Out front, the rifle has a flash suppressor and a bayonet lug. The AR901-16S features a user-configurable tubular handguard that surrounds the free-floating barrel. As with all M.A.R.C.901 series rifles, the AR901-16S can be used with 5.56mm Colt uppers for more versatility. The original in the series, the LE901-16S is outfitted with a one-piece upper receiver with four Picatinny rails and backup iron sights. This rifle also has ambidextrous controls, a free-floating barrel, a bayonet lug and a flash suppressor.
For more information, visit colt.com or call 800-962-2658.
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