Caliber: .223 Rem. / 5.56mm NATO
Action: Semi-Automatic, Gas Impingement System
Capacity: 30 + 1- Ships w. one 30 Round Magazine (accepts all std. sizes)
Safety: Manual Lever with Indicator Markings Both Sides of Receiver
Receiver: M4A4 Type Flat Top Upper Receiver w. Detachable Carry Handle
Receive Material: Forged 7075 T6 Aircraft Aluminum with Aluminum Trigger Guard
Receiver Finish: Hardcoat Black Anodize Finish
Barrel: 16? Heavy Profile, Chrome Lined with A2 Flash Suppressor
Barrel Material: 4150 Chrome Moly Vanadium Steel
Rifling: 1 Turn in 9? – Right Hand Twist
Stock: 6-Position Telescoping Buttstock with Windham Weaponry Logo
Forend / Pistol Grip: M4 Double Heat Shield Handguards / Black Phenolic Plastic Grip
Rear Sight: A4 Dual Aperture Elevation & Windage Adjustable: 200 – 600 M
Front Sight: Adjustable Height Square Post in A2 Standard Base
Packaging: Hard Plastic Gun Case with Black Web Sling & Operators Manual
Weight: 7.4 lbs.
Bushmaster Firearms International made their name as a well known maker of quality AR-15 type rifles. In 2006, the company was sold to Cerberus Capital Management, who also owns Freedom Group, which became Bushmaster's parent company. This company also owns other firearms manufacturer's including Remington and Marlin. Bushmaster production continued in Windham, Maine until March of 2011 when it was moved to Ilion, New York, to consolidate operations with other Freedom Group manufacturing. The facility in Windham was closed and the employees were laid off. Soon afterward the original owner stepped back into the picture. He still owned the facility as he had been leasing it to Freedom Group since selling Bushmaster in 2006. He also had a 5 year non-compete agreement that was expiring soon. He must have felt as I do, that no one can make these rifles better than the folks in Windham, Maine so he decided to put another company together and put the workers back in business making these fine rifles. The new company was named Windham Weaponry and commenced manufacturing operations over the summer of 2011.
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