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Discussion in 'Rifle Classifieds' started by flybynyt, Sep 18, 2015.
Pre-ban, 1993 Colt Sporter Match HBAR. Mint condition.
Your picture dose not show the barrel end.
Dose this rifle have a flash suppressor?
OOPs, Yes it does. Added picture.
Is that an auto sear hole in on that lower???
I think you may have an AR-15 with the internal aluminum block cap over the trigger assembly.
That third pin may be what holds it in place. And it is thicker than a auto sear pin. This started around 1993. And lasted only a few years I believe.
In any case they don't still use it today.
Just push out the rear push pin, hinge the upper forward and take a look down at the trigger group.
If you see a flat cap over the trigger group. Held in place buy this third pin. Then that explains it.
Also I don't think this pin goes through both sides of the receiver. Just the right side with the forward assist on it. [ This would make it very hard to remove. As you could not drive out the pin from the opposite side].
In any case I'm curious to know?
OK, as I am not sure, I will post a couple pics.
Good call Medic!. That in fact is exactly what it looks like.
A rare bird indeed. GLWS. It looks like a very nice gun.
Thanks for the pictures.
Your welcome. So what is the purpose of that?
That modification. Along with others that colt used. Like The completely shaved bolt carrier
And different size pins for the trigger group parts. Made the guns harder to convert to full auto.
Today they use an internal bridge in that area of the receiver. With standard size pins. But use the non shaved m-16 bolt carriers.
Like the one in the bottom of this picture.
Ah, OK. Thank you.
I sent you a message Troy!!