ⓘ Close Quarters Battle Receiver

Close Quarters Battle Receiver

ⓘ Close Quarters Battle Receiver

The Close Quarter Battle Receiver is a replacement upper receiver for the M4A1 Carbine, developed by the US Navy. The CQBR features a barrel 10.3 in length, similar to the Colt Commando short-barreled M16 variants of the past. This shorter barrel makes the weapon significantly more compact, which makes it easier to use in and around vehicles and in tight confined spaces. Special units such as commandos boarding ships and bodyguards for senior officers have found such shortened weapons very useful and use the CQBR.

Pre-the item number was 1005-LL-L99-5996; however, now the complete CQBR-equipped carbine has NSN 1005-01-527-2288. The total length of the upper receiver is 19.25 489 inches mm With the stock retracted, the overall length of the weapon is 26.75 inches 679.4 mm.

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  • from Bell to wide receiver Richard Sincere, and again in the closing minutes of the quarter with a 39 - yard pass from Bell to wide receiver Torrance Williams
  • backplate and the grip too long and it becomes difficult to handle on close quarters 2. Longer top rail and a modular lower forend with side and bottom
  • plays when Keenum connected with wide receiver Kenny Britt for a 10 - yard touchdown with 34 seconds remaining to close to within 13 - 10, but the Panthers recovered
  • defensive battle the game s most memorable play came in the third quarter when Nate Clements blasted Tom Brady on a QB scramble after he found no receivers open
  • previous season. Also notable was the breakout year turned in by wide receiver Robert Meachem who broke the single season school record for receiving
  • them for the third time in the season. It was a defensive battle through the first three quarters until both teams offenses came alive in the fourth quarter

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