Smith & Wesson M&P 15 Sport II Rifle

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The Smith and Wesson M&P 15 Sport II is built to perform and built to last. Versatile and reliable, the M&P is easy to accessorize and reliable for a number of situations in recreation, sport shooting, and professional settings. It’s lightweight and rugged design is the ideal combination of form, function, and firepower. The M&P features a Magpul MBUS rear sight, forged, integral trigger guard, forward assist and dust cover, chrome firing pin, Armornite barrel finish, and size-position collapsible stock. It’s great for home protection, hunting, and recreational shooting.

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  • Caliber: 5.56mm NATO/.223
  • Capacity: 30
  • Safety: Manual safety on lower
  • Barrel length: 16”
  • Overall length: 35”
  • Front sight: Adjustable A2 post
  • Rear sight: Folding Magpul (MBUS)
  • Action: Gas-operated semi-auto
  • Stock: 6-position CAR
  • Grip: Polymer
  • Weight: 103.2 oz. / 2925.7 gm
  • Barrel material: 4140 steel
  • Frame material: Aluminum alloy
  • Frame finish: Matte black
  • Barrel twist: 1 in 9, 6 groove

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Still putting it through hell
One thing that is great with this platform is the aluminum alloy lower, definitely more reliability with that. My other at has a 1:8 twist which is good if you eant to shoot heavier loads but with a 1:9 twist like one has you can still shoot heavy loads just not out to 1000 yes but with a short barrel that's not what it's for anyway.. So all together this rifle is great. I'm ex military and have put many rounds down range, I don't go easy on my rifles, this is a good rifle. Oh the front iron sight...unless you are using it as your primary sight. It is useless unless it's a back up for combat, which I'm guess you won't be so chop it off or spend a couple more dollars and get the optic ready one
February 28, 2018