About the Smith & Wesson M&P 15 Sport Rifle OR5.56 NATO/.223 Black 16" ~
The Smith & Wesson M&P 15 Sport Rifle is versatile, reliable, easy to accessorize, but hard to put down. The lightweight and rugged build embodies the best combination of function and form. The Crimson Trace CTS-103 red-green dot optic sight provides an out-of-the-box sight solution on this optics-ready rifle, providing quick and precise aiming and with both red and green dot reticles. Users can choose both the color and intensity of the dot for the best fit.
The M&P 15 Sport Rifle offers:
- A2 Flash hider
- Gas block with integral rail
- Threaded barrel
- Adjustable sight color and intensity
- Removable riser block
- Compatible with most M1913 Picatinny rails
- Adjustable for windage and elevation
- Model: 12936
- Caliber: 5.56mm Nato/.223
- Capacity: 30
- Barrel Length: 16"
- Overall Length: 35"
- Weight: 110.6 oz
- Finish: Black
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- 5.56 Nato
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This is a good starter level rifle. I recently had moved back home from Canada and purchased this three months ago and I am overall satisfied with it. It does have some quirks that make it a bit odd compared to more 'standard' AR15 rifles. the main one being the gas block. As it does not have the standard A sight it is hard to find a longer rail system to fit it. I have found and extended M-Lok rail system, but neither the manufacturer of it nor the seller can answer if it will fit this gas block system. I have added the Magpul M-Lok forend, and Magpul flip up sights, and the sights have a tendency to not want to fold down properly on the gas block when paired with Magul's own M-Lok forend, which yes, is installed properly. Also, the gun has a issue with fully loaded Magpul Gen2 magazines locking in properly. It is not when firing, but rather when inserting the magazine itself, as the mag catch will not always engage the slot on the magazine body and the magazine has to be slapped on the bottom to seat it properly. The mage release works perfectly though when it is engaged with a magazine. Overall it is a fun gun to shoot, is Mil-Spec (according to Smith & Wesson's correspondence) and is a good gun and I still like it.