Weapon Overview:
Colt Canada’s C20, 7.62mm NATO, Semi-Automatic Sniper Weapon was developed to support the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) requirement for an Intermediate Sniper Weapon.

In third party tests, the weapon provided better precision and reliability than other products available on the market and is now in the process of being adopted into the CAF small arms fleet. The C20 has been tested and proven to all relevant NATO D/14 standards for safety, functionality in extreme conditions, and endurance, having fired 8,000 rounds with no stoppages.

In terms of precision, the C20 achieved an average of .66 MOA over 144 five-round groups, collected throughout endurance testing. All groups were shot first-round cold with suppressor, using 175gr Federal Gold Medal Match ammunition.

OPTIONS & FEATURES +:
Chrome-lined OR NON Chrome-lined Barrel
Other barrel lengths and calibres can be developed as required
MRR-L Integrated Upper Receiver
46 Slot Continuous MIL-STD-1913 Top Rail
0 MOA or 20 MOA Integral Incline
M-Lok slots in the 3, 6, and 9 O'Clock Positions
Geissele SSA Dual-Stage Trigger
LMT .308 DMR Adjustable Buttstock

CALIBRE:  7.62 x 51 mm NATO
WEIGHT:  4.1 kg (9.1 lbs) [UNLOADED/NO OPTIC/NO SUPPRESSOR] 
OVERALL LENGTH:  96.2 cm (38 in) [NO SUPPRESSOR]
BARREL LENGTH:   44.7 cm (18 in)
RIFLING:  1 turn in 10 in - 4 groove [TO DESIGNATED AMMUNITION]
PRECISION:  0.66 MOA
MUZZLE VELOCITY:  2400 fps (C181 Ammunition)
CYCLING:  Semi-automatic

Original Post

Thatsa nice looking rifle.  

 

 

 

 

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Sincerely,

 

Trajan Aurelius

 

 

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Very nice.  Seems to be a good companion to the C14, which JTF2 was pretty pleased with back in 2010.

Tankersteve

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Gov't Civilian, after retiring from active duty in 2015. 

 

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That receiver looks suspiciously like a Colt 901, as does their other .308/7.62 offering, the MRR.

I wonder if we'll start to see those appearing for civilian sale up here in Canada, like their other guns have.

Regards.

Mark

Formerly known as ML

Did you notice that the upper/lower are non compatible with the AR family hmmmmm

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MWL posted:

That receiver looks suspiciously like a Colt 901, as does their other .308/7.62 offering, the MRR.

I wonder if we'll start to see those appearing for civilian sale up here in Canada, like their other guns have.

Regards.

Mark

The pre-production versions are built on LE901 lowers with modifications. There will be a proprietary forging in the near future most likely which will change some minor things. The upper is an MRR upper. 

Boltgun

GNX posted:

Nice! I had to reread the Specs as I had no idea LMT made a Magpul PRS type stock. 

the most significant difference is that the LMT stock will fit on a Carbine Receiver Extension vs the PRS on a rifle Receiver Extension. LOP is quick adjust by changing position, then fine adjust with the wheel.

 

Mark

Boltgun posted:
GNX posted:

Nice! I had to reread the Specs as I had no idea LMT made a Magpul PRS type stock. 

the most significant difference is that the LMT stock will fit on a Carbine Receiver Extension vs the PRS on a rifle Receiver Extension. LOP is quick adjust by changing position, then fine adjust with the wheel.

 

Mark

Actually, the latest version of the Magpul PRS will fit on both a rifle or carbine receiver extension with the included hardware that comes in the box.

Regards.

Mark

Formerly known as ML

I didn’t think anybody looked at anything but HK for precision rifles. Because HK told them they couldn’t. 

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