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Updated LMT rail-mounted 40mm launcher delivers flares, buckshot, .22s, high explosives and more!

In the upcoming April 2014 issue of SPECIAL WEAPONS FOR MILITARY & POLICE, author Todd Burgreen test-fires LMT’s new M203 2003 grenade launcher, which is a significant improvement over the U.S. Army’s current M203 launchers.

Burgreen writes, “The LMT M203 2003 rail-mounted grenade launcher’s close lineage to the M203 is evident aesthetically. The updated LMT M203 40mm variant is more adaptable to use with a variety of rifles due to its improved mounting method. A standalone pistol grip rail is also an option. LMT offers both 9- and 12-inch tube lengths. The LMT launcher is designed for use with the LMT Monolithic Rail platforms and other Mil-Std-1913/ STANAG rail systems. The LMT M203 variant is much easier to install and re- move in the field than the original M203.”

To learn more about the LMT launcher and some of the various loads it can fire, check out the April 2014 issue of SPECIAL WEAPONS FOR MILITARY & POLICE, available on newsstands and digitally February 18, 2014. To subscribe, go to https://www.tactical-life.com/subscribe/special-weapons-for-military-and-police

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