The OOW HCAR combines the versatile .30-06 Springfield round with tactical considerations and cutting edge engineering. It comes with a 16 inch barrel with a thread protector. Other features include a hydraulic buffer system, a Magpul CTR stock, a fold-down charging handle, a free-float handguard with Picatinny rails, and two 30 round magazines. Get yours today at the best price online from us. The Heavy Counter Assault Rifle by Ohio Ordnance Works is based on the M1918 Browning Automatic Rifle. Chambered for .30-06, the HCAR sports many improvements over the original BAR including a reduction in weight of nearly 8 lbs, modernized selector switch and bolt hold open/release, and a proprietary 30-round magazine.
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- 16″ or 20″ Barrel
- Magpul CTR Buttstock
- Otis .30 Caliber Cleaning Kit
- Owner’s Manual
- Thread Protector
- Hard Case with Custom Cut Foam
- *(2) 30rd. H.C.A.R. Magazines (local, state and federal restrictions apply)
One of the most iconic weapons among those employed in the two world wars by the US Army was certainly the BAR M1918, a powerful .30-06 caliber, gas-operated automatic rifle/light machine gun with selective fire capability designed by John Moses Browning. Although officially adopted by the US military only in 1938 with the official designation of “US Automatic Rifle, Caliber .30, M1918”, the BAR was used experimentally in the last months of World War I and accompanied the G.I.s until the end of the Vietnam War. Very heavy, unwieldy and with a small magazine capacity (20 rounds), this light machine gun was extraordinarily accurate for a combat firearm, and in the hands of a trained infantryman was able to inflict devastating losses on the enemy. In addition to the US Army, between the two wars the BAR M1918 was also used extensively by criminals like Bonnie & Clyde and John Dillinger and by federal agents engaged in hunting them down. In those years Colt also manufactured an improved version of the BAR called the Monitor and intended specifically for law enforcement.
Like all weapons that have been protagonists of the American military history, the BAR M1918 can count on legions of fans and collectors, and like many firearms no longer in production in their original version, is still available as a replica, thanks to the Ohio Ordnance Works of Cradon. Living up to its slogan “preserving the past, engineering for the future”, the company manufactures semi-automatic replicas of both the BAR in A3 version and the M240 and M2 machine guns. But that’s not all.