Colt introduces its new M5 5.56mm enhanced carbine at BIDEC 2017


The American small arms manufacturer Colt unveils its new M5 Enhanced Carbine 5.56mm caliber at BIDEC 2017, the Bahrain International Defense Exhibition and Conference. Currently, the new Colt M5 Carbine is available in three barrel length configurations.


Colt introduces its new M5 5 56mm enhanced carbine at BIDEC 2017 first edition of Bahrain defense Exhibition 925 001 New Colt M5 Enhanced Carbine 5.56mm caliber short barrel version at BIDEC 2017, Bahrain International Defense Exhibition and Conference.


Introducing the M5 Enhanced Carbine series of assault rifles for the modern war fighter and special weapons law enforcement professional when weight, comfort and adaptability are critical.

The Colt M5 Enhanced Carbine features a completely redesigned lower receiver with fully ambidextrous controls and a 6-posrtion receiver extension adaptable to any sized shooter and bilateral shooting style. With maximum performance and ergonomics at the forefront of the design considerations.

The Colt M5 Enhanced Carbine has a low profile gas block in a carbine length gas system and a free float modular rail system, maximizing rail real estate, comfort, weight and accuracy, while at the same time, maintaining the same lethality and accuracy expected from a Colt.

The Colt M5 uses a conventional short-stroke tappet piston where a two piece piston/ operating rod strikes the face of the bolt carrier group driving it rearward and the piston rod returns to its forward position by a spring.

The barrel itself has had some redesign work on it as well though still utilizing the standard M4 feed ramps on the barrel extension. There are modifications of the chamber area of the barrel and the changes further ventilate gas and helps with air circulation by drawing heat out of the receiver and out the handguards.

The M5 Enhanced Carbine is truly the next step in a long legacy of Colt high performance assault weapons.


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