Colt Match Target Competition HBAR Semi-Automatic Rifle, .223 Remington, 20" Heavy Barrel, 9 Rounds, Fixed Compensator.
While the Colt name is virtually synonymous with handguns, Sam Colt's initial revolvers off the assembly line were longarms. Manufactured with a rifle stock and a 32" barrel, it featured an eight-shot cylinder that the operator rotated by using a ring lever located in front of the frame. Later, Colt introduced one of the first practical slide action rifles. Then, in 1963, the AR-15 and M16 5.56mm automatic rifles "made Colts the small-arms sensation of modern warfare." Their unmatched accuracy, performance, and durability are available in their direct descendent, the Colt semiautomatic-only, sporting rifles. They're ideal for hunting, plinking and competition shooting.
Specifications and features:
Colt Match Target Competition HBAR semi-automatic rifle
.223 Remington/5.56x45mm NATO
20" heavy barrel
1:9" RH twist with six rifiling grooves
9 round magazine
Gas operated, multi-lug rotary locking bolt
Two-piece, plastic handguards
Flat top A3 upper receiver with removable carry handle and rear sight
39" overall length
8.5 lbs unloaded