As part of the US Army's modular handgun system contract, Streamlight built the TLR-VIR II for the M17 and M18 handgun. While a competitor eventually won the Army handgun light contract, Streamlight has turned the Army's loss into civilian shooters' gain.
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Available in extremely limited numbers, the “Heat Model” Colt 733 starts with a Noveske / Dead Air Gen 1 lower receiver, with a prominent rollmark that consists of a combination of both companies’ logos.
The M60 remained an infantry mainstay until 1994, when testing began on a possible replacement. Although the gun’s latest variant, the M60E4, is arguably among the most mechanically perfect weapons of its kind, "The Pig" was replaced by the M240 in most US military units.
A British police chief requested an urgent meeting with a U.S. military commander Saturday after learning of two more traffic incidents in the area where a teenage motorcyclist died in a collision with a car driven by an American diplomat's wife.