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ARMALITE AR180B
ARMALITE AR180B
ARMALITE AR180B
ARMALITE AR180B
ARMALITE AR180B

ARMALITE AR180B

SKU GDC0000000260

Condition very good

Used Price

$1329.98 In stock

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Product Information & Specs

Manufactured from 1969 to 1985 and made specifically for the civilian market the Armalite AR-180 is a semi-automatic version of the AR-18 a selective-fire rifle made for military use. It employs a gas-operated system and is chambered in 5.56x45mm (5.56 NATO) 223 Rem. It includes adjustable flip-up sights as well as a scope mounting base. The AR-180 weighs in at just over 6 pounds and has an 18 barrel with an overall length of 38 inches.

Seller Description

This Armalite AR180B is a semi-automatic piston-operated rifle chambered in 5.56 NATO. A polymer lower receiver keeps the weight of this rifle down making it a much easier rifle to wield in a variety of situations. The AR180B has a fixed buttstock, and makes use of a standard AR-15 magazines and trigger group. The AR180B also users to easily install and remove a scope without tools. -AR-15 trigger group -Toolless scope installation -Piston operated -Polymer lower receiver

Modifications

1-30 Rd Magazine

20" Barrel 7.4 lbs.
UPC GDC0000000260
Caliber 5.56 NATO
Action SEMI AUTO
Capacity 30 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 20" Barrel
Weight 7.4 lbs.













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