Ordinarily, I'd have to go with the numerically correct Marlin Model 336 here. However, I managed to snag something that was worth skipping the numerical cycle:
That's a Olympic Arms lower from 1989, making it a genuine pre-ban. That's why it has a real collapsible stock, bayonet lug (more on that later), and a flash hider. ZOMG! This gun is so evil I have to keep it locked in a black case. Just thinking about this gun makes the baby Feinstein cry. Mike Bloomberg cries himself to sleep thinking about the fact that a rifle like this might exist.
It's actually a pretty funny story: Bubblehead Les picked it up from a buddy who had owned it from before the Fed Ban figuring that he should get an AR, only to find out that he really didn't care for it. Geodkyt traded him for the upper, I traded him for the lower, so four people benefited from the rifle. Then Dave H. and I swapped stocks so I had the adjustable stock. SCI-FI got the old stock from the lower, so *six* people benefited from this one AR-15.
Apparently, in gunnie circles, it takes a village to part out an AR...
That is all.