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Published on Jan 21, 2008
The Masada was a prototype rifle designed by Magpul Industries in an effort to build an infantry weapon better than any existing platform. To bring the Masada to market, Magpul joined forces with Bushmaster and Remington and during development the weapon was renamed the Adaptive Combat Rifle (ACR).
The ACR is being sold as the Bushmaster ACR to US civilians and law enforcement agencies, and will be sold as the Remington ACR to military customers and federal agencies.
The "Basic" version of the ACR began shipping in April 2010 with an MSRP of $2685. The "Enhanced" version with railed handguard and folding stock became available in July 2010 and had an MSRP of $3061.