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Design==
 
The AR-15 Commando is basically AR-15s but much shorter and lighter. This particular AR-15 Commando uses a 7.5 inch barrel. And uses a short stroke piston mechanism. The muzzel velocity was reduced to 2,250ft/s due to shorter barrel. 
 
==History ==
 
This particular AR-15 Commando was designed around 2010. Niko Bellic, a hitmen, decided to reduce the length of the M4 Carbine. After seeing that the M4 Carbine was too long for CQB against the cops and SWAT (more particulally NOOSE) and it wasn't concealable.
 
   
Caliber: 5.56x45mm
 
   
Rate of Fire: 700-950 RPM 
 
   
Muzzle Velocity: 2,250ft/s (686 m/s)
 
   
Weight: 6.5lbs (loaded)
 
   
Length: 60cm (22.3 inches) Buttstock extended
 
   
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Effective Range: 300 meters (maximum)
 
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The CAR-15 Commando was developed in the 1960s, at the height of the Vietnam War. It was developed in response for a shorter variant of the M16 then in widespread use and also to address the inadequacies of the Model 607 SMG (an SMG variant of the M16). Most production model comes without a forward assist and were fed through a 20-round STANAG magazine due to the shortage of the 30-round STANAG magazine and because Colt couldn't produce a reliable 30-round magazine that would fit the M16 (and their subsequent variants) magwell properly.
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The CAR-15 Commando was developed in the 1960s, at the height of the Vietnam War. It was developed in response for a shorter variant of the M16 then in widespread use and also to address the inadequacies of the Model 607 SMG (an SMG variant of the M16). Most production model comes without a forward assist and were fed through a 20-round STANAG magazine due to the shortage of the 30-round STANAG magazine and because Colt couldn't produce a reliable 30-round magazine that would fit the M16 (and their subsequent variants) magwell properly.