The 10 inch barrel Colt XM177 (model 609) was essentially a fielded prototype - and the first Colt CAR-15 SMG version to see limited issue to SEALs, Special Forces and the CIA.
Production ran only about one year (1966-67), with possibly less than 3,000 fielded before replacement in 1967 by the longer (and better known) 11.5 inch XM177E2.
- Historically correct 10 inch Barrel
- Original style Slip Ring
- Correct 6 Hole CAR-15 Handguard
- Shaved Bayonet Lug
Length - 950mm
Weight - 2812g
Magazine Capacity - 20 Rounds
Power Source - Green Gas / Propane Powered
Blowback - YES
Shooting Modes - Semi, Full Auto
Hop-up - Adjustable.
FPS - Around. 400FPS (adjustable)
The stock is a 2 position collapsible aluminum buttstock. The hanguard is short and round, instead of the triangular one used on the M16, XM16E1, M16A1. The barrel is 10 inches, instead of the M16's 20 inch barrel. In real life, because the shortened barrel increased the muzzle flash and noise significantly, a 4.5 inch moderator was added to the end of the barrel, which functioned as a quasi-suppressor, bringing the volume down to a level around the standard 20" barrel and reducing the muzzle flash. DNA did a very good job on replicating the XM177E1 mod 609, it's a piece of art.
Internally the gun has some compatibility with VFC M4s such as some parts of the trigger group and bolt carrier group.
x1 DNA XM177 E1 GBBR Mod 609
x1 20 rds Magazine
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