M-16 cut away, inside of America’s favorite rifle.

M-16 cut away, inside America’s favorite rifle

I have been exchanging emails with Mark from Arizona Response Systems, LLC  about the cut away of the M-2 Browning Machine Gun I featured a few months ago. You can see that article by following this link.  After a few emails back and forth he sent me some photos of a M-16 cut away he did and gave me permission to share them on rangehot.com. Thank you Mark.

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The right side

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butt stock and receiver

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close up of the receiver and magazine

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barrel

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close up of the trigger group

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left side of the receiver

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right side of the reciever

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stripped lower, right side

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stripped lower, left side

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close up left side

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trigger, hammer, and sear left side

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trigger, hammer, and sear right side

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hammer, from the top

Mark did an excellent job on these cut aways, and I appreciate him letting me share them on my site. I know why they call him the “gun plumber”

 

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5 Responses to M-16 cut away, inside of America’s favorite rifle.

  1. Josh March 15, 2015 at 5:27 pm #

    Not sure what to say other than cool and that paint looks fresh.

  2. James April 6, 2015 at 2:16 pm #

    I think he calls himself the “gun plumber”

  3. James Smith August 14, 2015 at 9:17 am #

    That is an M4 Carbine. We all know the difference between a M4 Carbine and a M16 Rifle don’t we?

    http://www.diffen.com/difference/M16_Rifle_vs_M4_Carbine

    • Hunter Elliott August 15, 2015 at 12:59 am #

      I was quoting the man that did the cut away on that rifle in he article. Regardless of what you or I think, I take the word of the gunsmith that made it happen.

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