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Recently bought a new cr6920 with an unmarked (no cage code) upper, and no m4 markings on the feed ramp. The bcg has a stenciled c, has a white dot (what’s this for?) has a cage coded barrel, charging handle, but for some reason the upper lacks one. Anyone have an idea why this is the case?
 

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Colt had been inconsistent with their markings not just now but for a very long time.

I have a Colt LE6920-EPR CK Enhanced Patrol Rifle M4 conversion kit upper half that I bought in late 2019 and is similar to yours, no cage code on upper receiver, square (Brass Aluminum Forge Enterprises) forge upper marking, cage code barrel, barrel date marked 08/19 (behind front sight base under the gas tube). Bolt carrier have C and the bolt marked with MPC with a white dot.

My other two factory upper half conversion kits last year end of 2021 had the cage codes on the upper receivers except they both don't have the barrel date codes anymore.

The white dot on the bolt is the mark for quality assurance that it passed the high pressure test and magnetic particle inspections.

One other thing that I noticed on one of my A4 20" barrel rifle CK model R0901006CK (with Magpul MOE handguard and no rear sight) upper half that I bought end of last year, the upper receiver does not have M4 feedramps cuts on the upper receiver, the upper is a rifle type, not a M4 feedramps carbine type. But the barrel extension have M4 enhanced feed ramps.
 

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Recently bought a new cr6920 with an unmarked (no cage code) upper, and no m4 markings on the feed ramp. The bcg has a stenciled c, has a white dot (what’s this for?) has a cage coded barrel, charging handle, but for some reason the upper lacks one. Anyone have an idea why this is the case?
I guy I work with told me they are trying to get away from military markings so people won’t look at it as the “evil black gun” or “a weapon of war”. I did read ab article where they said they would be removing such markings and the cage codes but it didn’t give an explanation as to why.
 

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I guy I work with told me they are trying to get away from military markings so people won’t look at it as the “evil black gun” or “a weapon of war”. I did read ab article where they said they would be removing such markings and the cage codes but it didn’t give an explanation as to why.
I doubt this, because I have another cr6920 and a new AR15A4 which has proper markings and cage codes. After doing some research I’ve concluded that colt doesn’t really bother with markings like they used to, as to them so long as it’s all tested the same why bother.
 
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