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Clark Custom Guns' Gator AR rifle

Clark Custom Guns has added a varmint variation to its Gator AR rifle. The Gator AR varmint rifle is a .223 semiautomatic AR-15-pattern flattop that carries a 24-inch stainless-steel bull barrel. Both the A3 forged upper receiver and lower receiver are hard-

coat anodized and coated with black Teflon. The flattop Picatinny rail accepts a scope or iron sights. The free-float handguard is carbon fiber. The action features a J.P. Enterprises adjustable trigger system and adjustable gas block. Clark Custom Guns guarantees 1/2 MOA accuracy performance.

The price is $1340.

For more information, contact Clark Custom Guns, Dept. ST, 336 Shootout Lane, Princeton, LA 71067; 888-458-4126;

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