The Diemaco C7, an upgraded version of the M16A2. The first C7s used the iron sights of the M16A1, the later models, C7A1 and C7A2, had a rail system, instead of the M16A1 carrying handle. This rail is now primarily used for mounting the C79 ELCAN sight.
About this creation
-Other side, featuring non functional detail and an emblem.(The Dutch flag!)
-Working dust cover
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This is, in my opinion, the best LEGOŽ gun I've ever created!
Quoting A Dying Breed (Formerly Chris Blizard)
How Many Studs Wide is It in the main part and foregrip?
The lower receiver is 4, the upper receiver is 6, the carrying handle is 3, the magazine well is 5, the magazine is 3, the handguard is ranging from approx. 8 to 6 studs(The internal structure of the handguard is 2 studs.), the buttstock is 4 and the barrel is 2.