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I now checked about the CAR thing, and it seems to be correct, but it needs to be clarified in the intro of the article, considering that the "CAR-15" designation today is mainly used for the carbine versions produced after the M16.
 
I now checked about the CAR thing, and it seems to be correct, but it needs to be clarified in the intro of the article, considering that the "CAR-15" designation today is mainly used for the carbine versions produced after the M16.
   
On another note, I never said that the original ArmaLite model was adopted; I was just saying that the Colt M16 was based on it.
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On another note, I never said that the original ArmaLite model was adopted, neither that the company made M16s. I was just saying that the Colt M16 was based on it.

Latest revision as of 14:50, 24 September 2019

I now checked about the CAR thing, and it seems to be correct, but it needs to be clarified in the intro of the article, considering that the "CAR-15" designation today is mainly used for the carbine versions produced after the M16.

On another note, I never said that the original ArmaLite model was adopted, neither that the company made M16s. I was just saying that the Colt M16 was based on it.

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