Smith & Wesson Announces Optics-Equipped M&P15-22 SPORT Rifle

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posted on April 16, 2019
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Smith & Wesson is offering its popular M&P15-22 SPORT rifle with a factory-mounted MP-100 Red/Green Dot Optic, calling it the M&P15-22 SPORT OR.

The M&P15-22 SPORT rifle comes chambered in .22 LR, includes a six-position adjustable stock, fully-functioning charging handle and 25-round capacity. Equipped with the MP-100 optic, the M&P15-22 SPORT OR features a variable intensity dot in both red and green that’s adjustable for windage and elevation. Featuring a 10” M&P slim handguard with Magpul M-Lok, the M&P15-22 SPORT OR is customizable with compatible M-Lok accessories. The M&P15-22 SPORT OR is available in three configurations: a 25-round version, a 10 round version and a state compliant model. 

To learn more about the new M&P15-22 SPORT OR with M&P Optic, which retails for $469, please visit smith-wesson.com.

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