California Compliant Rifle Introduced by ArmaLite

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posted on March 22, 2012
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ArmaLite has introduced a new rifle that's specifically designed to meet California standards, giving a whole new group of hunters and shooters access to the ArmaLite line.

The new SPR Mod 1 Carbine comes equipped with a California compliant magazine—it carries 10 rounds and can't be removed from the gun without the use of an additional tool. Each rifle ships with one 10 round magazine, a sling, a case, an owner's manual and a limited lifetime warranty.

Technical Specifications:
Caliber: .223/5.56 NATO
Barrel: 16" chrome lined, chrome moly vanadium steel
Rifling twist: RH 1:9"
Magazine Release: California compliant
Muzzle Device: Flash suppressor
Front Sight Base: Picatinny gas block
Sights: A.R.M.S. polymer #71L-F & #71L-R
Trigger: Tactical two stage
Length: 33" with stock extended, approximately 29.5" collapsed
Weight: Approximately 6.5 lbs.
Accuracy: 1.5 - 2.5 MOA

For more information, go to ArmaLite.com.

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