Smith & Wesson M&P15 .300 Whisper

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posted on September 17, 2012
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Smith & Wesson took one of its most well known designs and paired it with an increasingly popular caliber to create the M&P15 300 Whisper. Though chambered in .300 Whisper, it will also safely fire .300 AAC Blackout.

The 300 Whisper builds upon the brand's established M&P line, offering sub-sonic and supersonic capabilities with consistent performance and accuracy. The 300 Whisper is easy to shoot, accurate and versatile—it's a comfortable fit when hunting, at the range for some recreational shooting or deployed for home protection.

Technical Specifications:

Model: M&P15 300 Whisper
Caliber:
.300 Whisper, .300 AAC Blackout
Capacity:
10 Rounds
Action:
Semi-Auto
Barrel Length:
16"
Barrel Twist:
1 in 7.5" 5R Rifling
Overall Length:
35" Extended/32" Collapsed
Stock:
6 Position CAR
Weight:
6.38 lbs.
Barrel Finish:
Melonite
Receiver Finish:
Realtree APG
MSRP: $1,119

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