Bushmaster ACR

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I know I am going to catch some flack from writing about the ACR before I write about the FN-SCAR but I’m okay with that because no one requested the SCAR.

SPECS

Caliber: 5.56 – 6.8 SPC II
Barrel: 10.5” – 14.5” – 16.5”
Trigger: Standard AR/M-16 trigger, 4.5 – 6lbs, Match trigger available
Magazine: Accepts MagPul PMAG and Mil-Spec M-16
Weight: 14.5 Weapon, Base rifle – 7lbs 14oz, Loaded w/ suppressor – 9lb 13oz
Length: 14.5 Weapon, W/o Suppressor, Stock folded – 25.75”, W/o Suppressor, Stock deployed – 32.625”, W/o Suppressor, Stock extended – 35.5”

Bushmaster has announced plans to make the ACR in 6.8 SPC and 7.62x39mm.

The ACR stands for Adaptive Combat Rifle and is easy to interchange the caliber of the rounds this rifle shoots with THREE simple changes, the barrel, the bolt carrier, and the magazine.

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This weapon has a few variations such as barrel lengths and calibers, the color schemes, Stock made of polymer or metal, Lower receiver made of polymer or metal.

This system truly lives up to its name as an adaptive rifle for the end user.

(Update) On October 15, 2010 Bushmaster issued a recall of all ACR rifles instructing users to “Please immediately discontinue the use of your ACR rifle” along with instructions to contact customer support for an RMA. Bushmaster stated that the recall was issued due to “a possible firearms performance issue that may develop with a small number of ACR rifles” and goes on to state that “Bushmaster discovered a design flaw which could result in multiple rounds firing continuously when the trigger is pulled”. Bushmaster has stated that it will cover all of the costs associated with the repairs to the recalled rifles [wiki]

Rock Island Arsenal

Model 1903 30-06

This photo was sent to us by a reader of his Rock Island Arsenal Model 1903 (0124) with a Challenger scope by weaver 4 power C4P.

Action: Bolt
Caliber: 30-06
magazine: Flush mount 5 round 
Barrel Length: 24″

from left to right .22, 30-06, .50 BMG

Rock island model 1903 30-06

Question…

I have a question
of all of the AR-15 weapon system platform that are made in the world… who do YOU like the best and why?

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I have shot a round or two through some ARs and and I know from what I have shot which I like but I want to hear from you! leave us a comment about the gun(s)

It doesn’t have to be an AR-15 it can just be a rifle designed like the AR. I know Remington makes an AR platform rifle and calls it: Auto loading Model R-15 (or R-25 for the .308 chambered rifle)

.50 BMG

So at first I planned on talking a bit about the Tactilite T2 – .50 BMG AR Upper but I got sidetracked like normal.  So I will show you a picture of what I had planned on talking about.

Cool looking bolt action upper with 5 round Mag. it was designed to take an AR-15 platform and give you a .50 BMG (or .416 Barrett, .338 Lapua,  .408 CheyTac) caliber rifle. The nice thing is you can have 1 gun and shoot many rounds in case god forbid ammo prices go back up.

They have what I think looks like a pretty awesome barrel on one of the guns they made.

Needless to say I like big cool guns. I think that is why most of us are here, right?
Just because I know you want more pictures I will post 3 more for you.


Well I guess I ended up talking more about it then I thought I was going to.

 

M110

I have been following the M110 Semi-Automatic Sniper System since it was in the trial stages.

CHAMBER: 7.62 NATO
RATE OF FIRE: Semi-Auto
VELOCITY: 2,571 fps (175 gr. M118LR) 784 meters p/ second
MAGAZINE TYPE / CAP.: Standard 10/20 Rounds
WEIGHT (w/o MAGAZINE): 16 lbs
LENGTH w/ STOCK RET.: 46 3/4″
LENGTH w/ STOCK EXT.: 47 1/4″
BARREL LENGTH: 20″

The M110 Semi-Automatic Sniper System is to replace the M24 Sniper rifle used by snipers in the United States Army.

M110 is based off the original AR-10 developed by Eugene Stoner and redesigned by the rifles manufacturer Knight’s Armament Company.

From what i have read and the comparison of M110 SASS vs. the Panther LRT-SASS is that the M110 has a higher accuracy level to the Panther.

Remington 700

I had the opportunity last year to fire a Rem 700 in a .243 Win caliber round.
I like I feel of the gun and properly oiled and maintained it is a very accurate rifle and with wide variety of calibers this gun is made for, you can find the right gun for you.

left to right .22-.223-.243-.308

This Rifle comes in 28 different calibers and is made for public, police and miliary (m24) use.    

Here is a chart on all the rounds this gun can fire.

The US Miliary just awarded a contract with Remington to build a new M24E1 A.K.A. XM2010 more info will come later.
But for now here is a taste of the new system!

XM2010 - M24E1