RECCE Rifle

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RECCE-RFL
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$2,100.00
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Centurion Arms RECCE Rifle (Reconnaissance Rifle)

Built in-house by U.S. Navy SEAL Team armorers, and later by the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division (often referred to as NSWC-Crane or "Crane"), the SEAL Recon Rifle was developed to provide SEAL snipers with a portable, lightweight system with greater lethality than a standard M4 carbine. The SEAL Recon Rifle is sometimes referred to as the "Recce Rifle". This was the first rifle based on the M4/M16 platform that was meant to fill the DMR (Designated Marksman Rifle) role for U.S. Special Operations.

Base Model Specs


Weight: 6.9lbs
Length: 32.5in (stock collapsed)


--Upper
--Centurion Arms 16" RECCE, 5.56mm stainless, match, air gauged, barrel with 1/7 twist
--Upper receiver is standard, forged, Mil-Spec with M4 Extended feed ramps
--Centurion Arms low profile pinned gas block
--ML1513 MLOK CMR Handguard
--Mid-length gas tube
--BCG: Full Auto machined from MIL-SPEC Carpenter 158 Steel. MPI (Magnetic Particle Inspected), Shot Peened, Tool Steel Extractor w/enhanced extractor spring, Chrome Lined Carrier, Hardened, Chrome Lined Gas Key w/staked Grade 8 Fasteners as per MIL-SPEC
--A2 Flash Hider

--Lower
--Centurion Arms CM4 Forged Lower Receiver
--Receiver Plate-Standard
--Geissele SSA-E Match Trigger
--Trigger Guard: Aluminum Winter Trigger Guard
--Buffer: H2
--Grip: A2
--Stock: B5 Bravo


--Optional

-- 14.5" RECCE Barrel (MUST SBR)
--PRI gas buster charging handle
--Centurion Arms C4 12", Centurion Arms CMR 12" or 14", Centurion Arms MLOK CMR 15"
--BattleComp 1.5, BattleComp 2.1, Surefire SFMB Muzzle Brake, Centurion Arms 9315 Open (3 or 4) Prong Flash Hiders and Centurion Arms 6315 Stoner 63 Flash Hider

Price Starting at $1800.00 with Base Price Features






Reviews

  • 5
    Best kept secret

    Posted by Brandon Whorley on Aug 10th 2019

    Centurion Arms has been on the scene for years and years. Before slim rails were a main stream thing Centurion had the CMR and pioneered the way. Now they are producing entire carbines. Shot a buddies rifle and nothing but impressed with the build quality amd grouping. Top notch. These rifles are in the top tier at an amazing price point.