BUSHMASTER ACRs IN STOCK!!

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    Bushmaster Adaptive Combat Rifle (ACR) Enhanced Configuration Semi Automatic Rifle .223 Remington/5.56x45mm NATO 16.5" Barrel 30 Rounds Brown Folding 6 Position Buttstock and Flat Finish
    The World's Most Adaptive Modular Rifle. The first of its kind, and the only rifle you need to master the infinite number of extreme scenarios you'll face in the worlds of law enforcement and personal defense. Our new Bushmaster ACR redefines the term "modular" with the extraordinary ability to change calibers, barrel lengths and stock configurations in minutes - without the use of tools. Truly the most versatile and adaptive rifle ever conceived, it was born of a collaborative effort between Bushmaster, Magpul® and Remington® to create the ultimate military combat weapons system. It's tested and proven reliable in the most brutal conditions on earth, truly ambidextrous and the uncompromising choice when you demand a rifle as mission-adaptable as you are.

    Specifications and features:
    Bushmaster Adaptive Combat Rifle (ACR) Enhanced Configuration
    .223 Remington/5.56x45mm NATO
    16.5" cold-hammer forged barrel (1:9" twist)
    AAC Blackout flash hider
    30 round magazine
    Adjustable, 2-position gas piston-driven system
    Tool-less, quick-change barrel system
    Multi-caliber bolt carrier
    Free-float MIL-STD 1912 monolithic top rail
    Ambidextrous controls
    High-impact composite lower receiver
    Textured magazine well and modular grip storage
    Folding, 6-position telescoping high-impact polymer stock
    Rubber buttpad
    3-sided aluminum handguard with integral MIL-STD 1913 rail
    Brown finish
    Magpul MBUS front/rear flip sights
    Sling mounts

    Our Low Price: $2,310.12

    Order Online: 62891


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