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Windham SRC – Training with Iron Sights & Red Dot
Site: ArmsVault // Writer:ArmswVault // Published on 6/17/2016 ID: 92
Admittedly, I don’t spend enough time practicing with iron sights and red dots. During a recent range trip, this became painfully obvious when I wasn’t able to consistently produce anything less than 6 inch groups (at 50 yards) while using iron sights. My performance with a red dot sight wasn’t much better.
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Windham SRC with Trijicon MRO
Site: ArmsVault // Writer:armsvault // Published on 2/2/2016 ID: 91
Last weekend I finally had a chance to test the Windham SRC with a magnified riflescope (Nikon M-223 4-16×42). The rifle performed very well, and with the right shooter and ammo, is probably capable of 1? groups (or less) at 100 yards. I’ll continue to work towards that later. But for now, I have the Trijicon MRO that I have been dying to get to the range!
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7 62x39 Caliber AR Carbine Review
Site: sootch00 // Writer:sootch00 // Published on 3/11/2015 ID: 85
Fun Gun Reviews Presents: The Windham Weaponry SRC 7.62x39 AR Carbine Review Looking into the details of this rifle and issues to address with the AR in 7.62x39 caliber.
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Windham Weaponry Rifles - THE BEST out of box
Site: Brian Blue // Writer:Brian Blue // Published on 6/30/2014 ID: 78
This is my opinion and evaluation of my favorite line of AR-15 rifles
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Windham Weaponry SRC 5.56mm
Site: Tactical-Life // Writer:Mike Detty // Published on 8/20/2013 ID: 27
When it come to AR manufacturers, Windham Weaponry may not be a name that you recognize. In a crowded AR market, new companies have to struggle for recognition and to stand out above all others. Windham Weaponry won’t have this problem. While the company is less than a year old, it represents literally centuries of AR building experience and the sample SRC (Sight-Ready Carbine) they sent me for evaluation is representative of this aggregate knowledge.
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WINDHAM WEAPONRY SRC 5.56mm AR
Site: Tactical-Life // Writer:Mike Detty // Published on 2/3/2013 ID: 30
For obvious reasons, most departments and agencies would never think about purchasing an AR rifle from a brand new company. When it comes to officer safety and the protection of the community at large, few would take a chance on an unproven manufacturer. But Windham Weaponry, a name not yet familiar to most law enforcement agencies, may change that. While the company is less than a year old, it possesses employees with eons of AR-building experience. Their first offering, the SRC carbine, is an impressive weapon that should stand up to the rigorous needs of those in law enforcement and security/contract work.
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Windham Weaponry SRC
Site: American Rifleman // Writer:NRA Staff // Published on 9/20/2012 ID: 53
Although the name “Windham Weaponry” may be new to the AR rifle market, the company’s factory, equipment, staff and management had previously distinguished themselves under the well-established Bushmaster name. Despite the new name, the same level of quality control and commitment to downrange performance is evident in the company’s offerings.
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Windham Weaponry SRC AR-15 Carbine
Site: American Rifleman // Writer:B. Gil Horman // Published on 3/22/2012 ID: 54
Ever heard of Windham Weaponry? You have, but you just don't know it yet. Although this is technically a new company, it brings years of AR rifle manufacturing experience to the table. Back in 1973, Richard Dyke founded Bushmaster Firearms International, a company that would grow to become one of the top providers of quality, AR-style firearms. In 2006, Cerberus Capital Management purchased Bushmaster, adding it to its portfolio of other well-known gun companies, like Marlin and Remington, as part of the Freedom Group. The production of Bushmaster rifles continued in the original Windham, Maine, location until March of 2011 when the operation was relocated to Ilion, N.Y.
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Windham Weaponry SRC AR-15 Carbine
Site: American Rifleman // Writer:B. Gil Horman // Published on 3/22/2012 ID: 50
Ever heard of Windham Weaponry? You have, but you just don't know it yet. Although this is technically a new company, it brings years of AR rifle manufacturing experience to the table. Back in 1973, Richard Dyke founded Bushmaster Firearms International, a company that would grow to become one of the top providers of quality, AR-style firearms. In 2006, Cerberus Capital Management purchased Bushmaster, adding it to its portfolio of other well-known gun companies, like Marlin and Remington, as part of the Freedom Group. The production of Bushmaster rifles continued in the original Windham, Maine, location until March of 2011 when the operation was relocated to Ilion, N.Y.
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