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By David Keene
Conference showed that the values Reagan cherished still endure
Topic - Ryan Zinke
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"The M4 has become the standard special forces weapon system," said Mr. Zinke. "The rail system has greatly improved over time and can easily accommodate advances in optics, illumination and targeting. The 5.56 mm M4 provides an appropriate trade-off between range and firepower. Improvements and diversity in ammunition types has also improved its versatility."
Mr. Zinke, the former SEAL, said the M4A1 improved as its flaws were worked out.