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Monday, June 29, 2015

Another Colt LE6920 M4 Carbine finds a home

Owning modern sporting rifles and modern sporting carbines is far more fun for me now that there is a shooting range nearby that is equipped to handle them.  I picked up the LE6920 on Saturday (after the Illinois requisite one-day waiting period for long guns) and it is now snuggled safely away with its brethren.  It did come with a standard capacity 30-round magazine, but I prefer the looks (and handling) of an AR15 sporting a lower capacity 20-round mag.  Do I maintain a goodly supply of standard capacity magazines?  Oh, you betcha.  Doesn't everybody?  

These markings carry a lot of sentiment and a lot of collectable clout.  I'm not alone in hoping that Colt will begin selling partial and complete lower assemblies.

Although I am infatuated, if not enamored,  with the civilian version of the M4 Carbine, this old Colt sporting rifle is my favorite shooter.  Practice will never make me perfect, but it may make me a better shooter.  Regardless, target shooting is just plain fun.

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