S&W M&P15 Sport II Rifle Now Offered with CTS-103 Optic

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posted on April 24, 2019
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Smith & Wesson has announced that its M&P15 SPORT II rifle is now available with a factory-mounted Crimson Trace CTS-103 red/green dot optic. Chambered in 5.56 mm NATO and available in four optics ready configurations, the M&P15 SPORT II rifle equipped with the CTS-103 optic allows for quick and precise aiming for both recreational target shooting and personal protection.

The rifle is chambered in the popular 5.56 mm NATO and ships in an optics-ready configuration that features a Picatinny rail gas block. Equipped with the Crimson Trace CTS-103 optic, the rifle includes a 4 MOA variable intensity dot in both red and green that’s adjustable for both windage and elevation. The M&P15 SPORT II with optic is available with either a standard or Magpul MOE M-LOK handguard that allows for the quick and easy attachment of aftermarket accessories. The M&P15 SPORT II with CTS-103 optic is available starting at an MSRP of $759.

For more, visit smith-wesson.com.

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