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BROWNELLS BRN-16A1
BROWNELLS BRN-16A1
BROWNELLS BRN-16A1
BROWNELLS BRN-16A1
BROWNELLS BRN-16A1

BROWNELLS BRN-16A1

SKU GDC0000001986

Condition excellent

Used Price

$760.98 In stock

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Product Information & Specs

The Brownells BRN-16A1 is a direct impingement rifle and replica of the iconic M16A1 which was adopted by the U.S. military in 1967. It is made with an M16A1-style 7075-T6 aluminum forged lower and upper receiver 20 barrel with chrome-lined bore and chamber and a polymer stock with pistol grip and handguard assembly. Chambered in 5.56x45mm (5.56 NATO) the BRN-16A1 also features an A1 flash hider fixed front and adjustable rear sights 10-round magazine and matte gray anodizing.

Seller Description

The Brownells BRN-16A1 is a direct impingement semi-automatic rifle chambered in 556 NATO with a 20-plus-1 round capacity. A 20-inch barrel with chrome bore is adored with an A1 flash hider. An adjustable rear sight and an A1 post front sight adorn the BRN-16A1’s barrel. A textured polymer pistol grip gives users a firm grasp, while sling loops allow for easy sling installation. This package comes with two 20-round magazines

Modifications

2-20 RD MAGAZINES, REPLICA M16 MAINTENANCE MANUAL

20" Barrel 7.3 lbs.
UPC GDC0000001986
Caliber 5.56
Action SEMI AUTO
Capacity 20 ROUNDS
Barrel Length 20" Barrel
Weight 7.3 lbs.













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