New From Windham Weaponry

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posted on April 27, 2014
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Windham Weaponry unveiled several wood-stocked AR-platform rifles at the 143rd Annual meeting this weekend.

Featuring color-matched upper and lower anodized receivers, the rifles are not your typical black rifles. A touch of color and wood furniture may only be a cosmetic change, but if the intent is to have a rifle that stands out from the crowd, it's something to consider.

Also available from Windham are ban-compliant rifles for California, New York, and others. Versions are available in .308 Win., and some have carbon fiber components for shooters interested in shaving every ounce possible.

In the busy field of AR-pattern semi-automatic rifles, it helps to have items that stand out. Wood furniture, color-anodized receivers and rifles built for customers in less-than-gun-friendly states certainly helps.

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