Smith & Wesson is celebrating the historic move of its longtime headquarters at 2100 Roosevelt Ave in Springfield, Mass., to Maryville, Tenn., with a limited-edition series of engraved M&P 15T II rifles. Priced at $1,372, the company says it plans to release 2,100 of the commemorative rifles.
The new rifle sports an eagle engraved on the magazine well, along with an American flag and the text: “Since 1852 Protecting the 2nd,” representing the company’s commitment to the Second Amendment, as well as its customers.
As for the features of the new M&P 15T II engraved rifle, the free-floating 16-inch barrel has 5R rifling with a 1:8-inch twist rate, and the mid-length gas system helps reduce recoil and improve cycling efficiency. S&W says the forged, oversized trigger guard “provides maximum clearance when wearing gloves.” Additionally, the rifle is equipped with a new flat face trigger.
The M&P 15T II rifle comes standard with a Radian Raptor-LT ambidextrous charging handle, Magpul CTR carbine-length stock and 15-inch aluminum M-Lok handguard topped with Magpul MBUS sights.
Learn more about the new M&P 15T II Engraved Limited-Edition rifle at smith-wesson.com.
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