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fixer, December 18, 2016 in Weapons - Guns, Ammo & Knifes - All Weapons
So many variations nowdays to keep up with, but during my term of service I saw a few different variants on the M4, including an Air Force model with no forward assist and the stock was a lot slimmer, with some looking like they were aluminum with plasti-dip.
The Army was using some marked "M5 Carbine", which had the M4 SOPMOD type lower and then the upper was rifle length 20", typically with an Aimpoint. It was similar to the Canadian infantry rifle that is set up that way.
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