Description

The APC556 platform utilizes a hydraulic buffer system to significantly reduce felt recoil and muzzle rise, while providing increased terminal performance, intermediate barrier penetration and sheer energy on target, in a size optimized for discrete deployment.

Specifications

UPC 840225708257
Manufacturer B&T
Manufacturer Part # BT-36068-RIFLE
Model APC223 Sport
Action Semi-automatic
Caliber 223 Remington
Barrel Length 16.5"
Color Black
Grips Magpul
Hand Ambidextrous
Accessories 1 Mag
Type of Barrel 1:7
Capacity 30 Rounds
Thread Pitch 1/2x28
Finish Matte
Stock Adjustable

• Full Ambi Lower Receiver
• ACR Style Stock
• Hydraulic Bufer System
• Elftman Tactical Trigger
• Magpul MOE Grip
• A2 NATO Flash Hide

ACR Folding Stock not included comes with Mission First Tactical Folding Stock

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You don’t see these on the market very much it’s interesting seeing one here, Wouldn’t mind having one they seem similar to the SCAR or CZ Bren M2, wonder if they have a NRCH or a reciprocating one.

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That B&T is Non reciprocating. You left out Bushmaster/Remington ACR. Much better than all those, combined and it was a NRCH as well.

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Yeah, I found out it was the GEN1 that had a reciprocating charging handle but they fixed it in the GEN2, as for the bushmaster (Franklin armory now) i’m not sure if you know, but Remington went bankrupt and sold their assets, and Franklin armory bought bushmaster, I wouldn’t call the bushmaster ACR (formally known as Magpul Masada) better than the SCAR, I would put them at the same level in terms of reliability, The scar however has been tested on the battlefield where sadly the ACR never got to try, I think it would do fine, but I don’t know if you can call it better in that sense, Thank goodness FN finally decided to put a non-reciprocating charging handle on the SCAR, but the SCAR has a lot of downsides, including modularity, price, what you get for the price, the availability and the price of parts, so in this sense, the ACR is a little bit better, but there’s not as many ACR parts out there as there probably should be because of the manufactures botched releasing of it, Therefore, it fell in popularity because of the manufactures lack of parts for so many years and by the time they did release new barrels, magazines, hand guards, it had fallen from the public popularity, but hopefully Franklin armory or revive the ACR, they have some new rifles on the website that are in stock,
they just need to get some parts out there now, and they’ve actually lowered the price of the rifles from when they premiered by about $500, and another. Modular rifle system I should’ve mentioned was the MCX, which everybody knows about it and it’s modularity and especially since they released the new MCX Spear LT (A fixed MCX) now those are good weapons, I wouldn’t mine get my hands on one of those.

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