ArmaLite M-15

ArmaLite M-15

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Wolf Ammo 223 55gr. Hp Polyformance BGS: 717031739 $4.00
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Pmc .223 Remington 55 Grain Full Metal Jacket Boat-tail BGS: 74001 $6.00
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Prvi Partizan 223 (5.56x45mm) 55gr Fmjbt 20rd Box BGS: 411555839 $6.00
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Specifications
Category Rifles
Length 32.6"-35.9"
Action Semi-Automatic
Caliber .223 Remington
Capacity 30+1
Finish Anodized
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94
New Armalite LTC AR-15 Carbine

The Armalite LTC AR-15 Carbine has gone a lot of changes and one the the big things that happened recently is Strategic Arms Corporation they bought Armalite and they have really tuned the company putting shooters three gun match shooters and lot of military veterans to develop Armalite to be an exceptional AR-15 manufacturer.The LTC was to offer a rifle that was pretty much just bare-bones basic with your standard military spec parts. The LTC features their tactical freefloat handguard this it has the picatinny rait that goes all along the top and of course this M-1913 military standard they do offer the three gun which has picatinny rail section at the front and here at the rear adn then it's just open here for comfort and then they have the VSR which is more for sportmen without the keymod attachment points and the picatinny rail is just at the front and so these are all made in house by Armalite. It's does have the open pocket to relieve weight and then of course with the keymod. Now with the LTC it Does come 10 inch tactical 4 end but you can get other links on different rifles or you can actually order this handguard directly from Armalite there a whole different selection.Barrel has 16 inches and it is a government profile M4 barrel and standard tube birdcage and low profile gas block.it has versatile twist for AR, 7 different key mod attachment areas. This rifle is weight six pounds exactly which is really perfect for the AR-15 and that what it's design for. ...more

Dec 27, 2018
sootch00
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A 6-pound, sub-MOA, $999 5.56mm AR?—Full Review.

The Armalite M-15 Light Tactical Carbine has everything you’d expect on an AR-15-pattern service rifle, forward-assist included. The rifles comes with a standard birdcage flash hider/compensator timed with a compression washer. If you want to change muzzle devices, the thread pattern is standard 1/2×28. The first thing you notice about the M-15 Light Tactical Carbine is the handling. It’s light, weighing in at just six pounds flat. Part of the “feel” is related to the weight, but the slim handguard also contributes to the perception of “handy.” The anodized aluminum handguard is a very narrow, free-floated, 10-inch Keymod compatible model. Without the built-in rails, it’s not only svelte, but smooth on the hands. The barrel is manganese phosphate treated on the outside and chrome lined on the inside and has an M4 Carbine-style cut stepdown on its outer diameter. The 1:7-inch rifling starts right after a 5.56mm chamber, so it’s ready to go with either commercial .223 Remington or 5.56mm NATO ammunition. The gas system is carbine-length and uses a very low-profile gas block, allowing for the rifle-length slim handguard to fit over the top of it. The rifle is an optics-ready model, so there is no front sight gas block assembly. If you want iron sights, you need to mount them on the top rail. Speaking of the handguard, it’s octagonal in shape with a full-length Picatinny rail all the way across the top. The other seven sides all have Keymod attachment points, so you can mount stuff at the 1:30, 3, 4:30, 6, 7:30, 9, and 10:30 positions. The handguard is secured to the receiver with two hex bolts across the bottom. The receiver is made from 7075-T6 aluminum and has all the standard controls where you would expect: Safety on the left, magazine release on the right, and bolt catch and release on the left. You’ll also find a forward assist. The trigger is what you would expect from a mil-spec’ish rifle. I’d describe the pull as having some rough take up, followed by a short distance of stacking, and a little bit of a mushy break. I measured pull weight a bunch of times with my Timney Triggers scale and got figures ranging between 7.25 and 7.75 pounds. The bolt and carrier are what you would expect, including a well-staked gas key. The bolt carrier is made from 8620 steel, while the bolt itself is 158 carpenter steel. The charging handle is also standard with a latch on the left side. The receiver extension tube is mil-spec size, and the exterior diameter at 1.145 inches exactly. It holds a standard six-position adjustable buttstock. The buttstock has both a steel fixed sling loop and a cut just below the buffer tube for alternate sling attachment. All in all, think of this rifle as a standard, optics-ready platform. It’s ready for whatever you want to do with it. ...more

Dec 29, 2018
TOM MCHALE
95
Gun Review: Armalite M-15 18″ Tactical Rifle

In M-15 light tactical Carbine One of the most eye-catching features is the included muzzle device. Armalite decided to top the barrel with an OSS Bannar flash hider/muzzle brake combo device. The barrel, is an 18” Cerakoted, 1:8 RH twist, stainless steel barrel, sporting a very much in vogue 223 Wylde chamber. When compared to it’s 16” brother with a chrome lined 1:7 twist barrel, you realize that the 18” model was specifically built for the accuracy and intended to fill a DMR type role.The barrel is surrounded by Armalite’s new 15” free float “Tac Hand Guard”. The hand guard runs a full length picatinny rail across the top and Keymod holes along the sides and bottom. The hand guard weighs in at only 11 oz and each of the Keymod holes double as a QD sling mount giving you more positions to plug your fancy sling into than you could ever want. Under the hand guard runs a rifle length stainless steel gas tube attached to Armalite’s low profile adjustable gas block. With a small hex key you can easily adjust how much gas is cycling through your system for specific loads and just back the little adjustment. The upper and lower receivers are made of a healthy, forged, 7075-T6 aluminum and are hard anodized. There is a feature unique to this trigger that was a bit of a surprise. Instead of a hammer pin retaining spring being built into the bottom of the hammer, this function comes in the form of a small “D” shaped clip that’s basically held onto the side of the hammer by friction. Based on the chambering, barrel length, barrel internals, and trigger, it’s obvious that this rifle was purpose-built to accurately push out a little farther than your average “tactical” AR-15. ...more

Dec 28, 2018
DAN ZIMMERMAN
98
The Armalite M-15 Light Tactical Carbine has everything you’d expect on an AR-15-pattern service rifle, forward-assist included. The rifles comes with a standard birdcage flash hider/compensator timed with a compression washer. If you want to change muzzle devices, the thread pattern is standard 1/2×28. The first thing you notice about the M-15 Light Tactical Carbine is the handling. It’s light, weighing in at just six pounds flat. Part of the “feel” is related to the weight, but the slim handguard also contributes to the perception of “handy.” The anodized aluminum handguard is a very narrow, free-floated, 10-inch Keymod compatible model. Without the built-in rails, it’s not only svelte, but smooth on the hands. The barrel is manganese phosphate treated on the outside and chrome lined on the inside and has an M4 Carbine-style cut stepdown on its outer diameter. The 1:7-inch rifling starts right after a 5.56mm chamber, so it’s ready to go with either commercial .223 Remington or 5.56mm NATO ammunition. The gas system is carbine-length and uses a very low-profile gas block, allowing for the rifle-length slim handguard to fit over the top of it. The rifle is an optics-ready model, so there is no front sight gas block assembly. If you want iron sights, you need to mount them on the top rail. Speaking of the handguard, it’s octagonal in shape with a full-length Picatinny rail all the way across the top. The other seven sides all have Keymod attachment points, so you can mount stuff at the 1:30, 3, 4:30, 6, 7:30, 9, and 10:30 positions. The handguard is secured to the receiver with two hex bolts across the bottom. The receiver is made from 7075-T6 aluminum and has all the standard controls where you would expect: Safety on the left, magazine release on the right, and bolt catch and release on the left. You’ll also find a forward assist. The trigger is what you would expect from a mil-spec’ish rifle. I’d describe the pull as having some rough take up, followed by a short distance of stacking, and a little bit of a mushy break. I measured pull weight a bunch of times with my Timney Triggers scale and got figures ranging between 7.25 and 7.75 pounds. The bolt and carrier are what you would expect, including a well-staked gas key. The bolt carrier is made from 8620 steel, while the bolt itself is 158 carpenter steel. The charging handle is also standard with a latch on the left side. The receiver extension tube is mil-spec size, and the exterior diameter at 1.145 inches exactly. It holds a standard six-position adjustable buttstock. The buttstock has both a steel fixed sling loop and a cut just below the buffer tube for alternate sling attachment. All in all, think of this rifle as a standard, optics-ready platform. It’s ready for whatever you want to do with it.

The Armalite M-15 Light Tactical Carbine has everything you’d expect on an AR-15-pattern service rifle, forward-assist included. The rifles comes with a standard birdcage flash hider/compensator timed with a compressio

Dec 28, 2018
TOM MCHALE
92
New Armalite LTC AR-15 Carbine

The Armalite LTC (Light Tactical Carbine) is their newest offering as a quality Mil-Spec AR with the Tactical Freefloat Handguards already installed. Ready to go adding your choice of sight and upgrade when you're ready. And you can add whatever parts you want to add to you're ready its ready to fire right now all you have to do is easy to get sites or just add your optic and you're ready to go you can take this out to the range immediately it does come with a 30-round usgi magazines so if you want to add your specific accessories this allows you to do so without the added expense. Specification and Features: Weight - 6.55 lb (2.97 kg) with 20 round magazine Length - 39 in (991 mm) Barrel length - 20 in (508 mm) Cartridge - .223 Remington (aka 5.56X45mm) ...more

Dec 27, 2018
sootch00
100
Armalite Eagle AR 15 Unboxing and Review

Eagle Arms AR 15! Eagle Arms is a division of Armalite. And on light is the original ar-15 and AR is unlike what's what AR stands for and it does not mean American rifle assault rifle automatic rifle or any of the others crazy names that these guns have been given over the years. It stands for arm light and nothing more. Standard 30 round magazine uh and the Eagle arms ar-15 it has the exact same buttstock as my Ruger uh actually a lot of your basic people like to call these entry-level. But not unreliable and they are good quality they do exactly what you need, ...more

Dec 27, 2018
ARC Outdoors
95
Eagle Arms By Armalite AR-15

Eagle arms by Armalite this is chambered in a two to three while which means that it will accept five five six or two two three good little gun for the money it does not come with this back slight but it does have does come with dust cover and port assist most of your economy ARS does not come with that this one has it has a five-point adjustable on it comes with the front sight on the glass block not a real but you can put a rail on that comes with a rail on the top for a red dot or rear sight good little gun I got it sighted it in shot up about a magazine through it is what I did but I've got another france got one weve shot hundreds of rounds through this armor lights and it's run run flawlessly . ...more

Dec 27, 2018
Red River Tactical & Outdoors
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Armalite Eagle 15 ORC Shooting and Review | Guns & Gains

The Eagle 15 ORC is packed with features that set it apart from other offerings in the same price range. Eagle Arms is a subdivision of Armalite, who is the company that produced the very first ar-15s. ArmaLite AR-15 is a select-fire, air-cooled, gas-operated, magazine-fed assault rifle manufactured in the United States between 1959 and 1964, and adopted by the United States Armed Forces as the M16 rifle. Designed by American gun manufacturer ArmaLite in 1956, it was based on its AR-10 rifle. ...more

Dec 27, 2018
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ArmaLite M-15 Q & A
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Asked by George Heuston 2 years ago

Barrel twist

(Unknown) 1 year ago

Joseph this Armalite Rifle wist Rate is 1:8" with a "Barrel Thread" Pattern of ½ x 28.

Asked by George Heuston 2 years ago

mil spec?

(Unknown) 1 year ago

Yes, all Armalite Rifles are "Mil-Spec" Paul. (armalite.com/support/frequently-asked-questions/)

Asked by George Heuston 2 years ago

armalite?

(Unknown) 1 year ago

Hi Kevin, Armalite rifles use higher end components

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