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Date Posted: March 25, 2014
Colt LE901 Now With Magwell Adapter
Blaine Chapman
Designed by one of the most famous American arms manufacturers of all time, the Colt Modular Carbine, Model 901 allows users to shoot 5.56 and 7.62 NATO upper receivers on the same lower, and now it comes from factory with the magazine well adapter block.
Designed to walk the bridge between the AR-15 and AR-10 platform, the Colt LE 901 is a versatile peice of modern design and engineering, thanks to the magazine well adapter block.
As a standalone, complete rifle, the Cold Modular Carbine is a magnificent piece of work by itself.  
The rifle comes with common high end features, such as
  • A one piece upper receiver and rail combo
  • A free floating barrel, for maximum accuracy
  • Built in ambi bolt release and magazine release for left handed, and swapped shoulder shooting
The main stand out feature of this rifle though, is the future ability to drop in a magazine block and attach standard, commonly found AR-15 upper receivers.  Based on feedback from military and law enforcement users, Colt realized that users prized the ability to swap out upper receivers with optics and lasers all part of the same system!  While other competing designs such as the FN SCAR allow swapping of barrel, and the potential of caliber conversion in the future, optics must be re-zeroed after each swap.  
Colt's design on the other hand, allows for users to swap between the out of box .308 upper and standard or even piston 5.56 caliber uppers or 300 Blackout chambered uppers.


 

 

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