24 August, 2010

Colt AR15 Series Rifles and Carbines

Caliber: 5.56mm NATO
Range: 24/48/96
Damage: 2d8
RoF: 1
Weight: 8lbs
Shots: 30rds (20rds available)
Cost: $500, 30rd magazine $24, 20rd magazine $16.
Notes: AP1, Semi-Auto

The AR15A2 Government Model R6550 is a semi-auto only version of the M16A2 assault rifle.  Introduced by Colt in 1985, it was intended for the civilian market and those law enforcement agencies looking for a SA M16 clone.  The 6550 looks very much like the M16A2, with the same style stock/foregrip, the improved rear sight, and the heavier A2 profile barrel.  Since the 1960s there have been hundreds of semi-auto AR-15 rifles – far too many to detail here – all with essentially the same stats.  I have listed some of the models used by Federal agents in the 1990s.

R6000 – M16 style receiver (no forward assist), fixed stock, 20″ A1 profile barrel w/ bayonet lug.
R6500 – A2 style receiver, fixed stock, 20″ A1 profile barrel w/ bayonet lug. 
R6550 – A2 style receiver, fixed stock, 20″ A2 profile barrel w/ bayonet lug.
In addition to the full size rifle, various semi-auto carbines are available as well – based on what would become the M4 carbine in 1998.  Again – they all use the same stats so I will only detail a few, commonly used versions. 
R6001 – M16 style receiver (no forward assist), 2-position aluminum stock, 16″ A1 profile barrel w/ bayonet lug. 
R6520 – A2 style receiver, 2-position fiberlite stock, 16″ A1 profile barrel w/ bayonet lug. 
R6530 – A2 style receiver, 2-position fiberlite stock, 16″ A1 profile barrel w/o bayonet lug. 
R6720 – flat-top receiver, 4-position nylon stock, 16″ A1 profile barrel w/ bayonet lug. 

Caliber: 5.56mm NATO
Range: 24/48/96
Damage: 2d8
RoF: 1
Weight: 6lbs
Shots: 30rds (20rds available)
Cost: $500, 30rd magazine $24, 20rd magazine $16.
Notes:AP1, Semi-Auto

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