Hi all, when I was in Dumaguete, I retrieved a photograph I took during the 1992 airshow in Villamor Air Base (where the NAIA-3 terminal is now), and had it scanned. Take a look at the two rifles at the upper corner. They look like Armalite AR-18s, but have an M16 style carrying handle and M16 buttstock. Could this have been what remained of the Elisco AR-180 project, or an attempt to revive the same? I never saw these again. The M16 at the left displayed the infamous local plastic magazine, while the baby Armalite at the bottom sported a locally-made M203. I don't know who made the .38 caliber revolver. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!