S&W Offers California Compliant M&P15 Sport II Rifles

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posted on August 11, 2017
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Smith & Wesson Corp. has announced that the company has begun shipping its M&P15 Sport II and M&P15 Sport II OR rifles in California-Compliant versions. The M&P15 Sport II rifles have been designed to comply with current California standards for semi-automatic center-fire rifles.



Jan Mladek, general manager of Smith & Wesson and M&P Brands, said, "The M&P15 Sport II is a market leader in modern sporting rifles, and we are now offering the California market two new compliant M&P15 Sport II rifles. Known for a winning combination of price, features and proven performance, the M&P15 Sport II rifle is ideally suited for sport, recreation, target and protection use."



Chambered in 5.56 mm NATO, the California Compliant M&P15 Sport II and M&P15 Sport II-Optics Ready rifles have a 10-round magazine, fixed stock and ambidextrous safety selector. Both rifles feature the durable Armornite finish on the interior and exterior of the barrel for enhanced corrosion resistance. The M&P15 Sport II-CA Compliant rifle comes standard with a Magpul MBUS rear sight and A2 front post, with an MSRP of $739. The M&P15 Sport II OR-CA Compliant rifle is designed to be optics-ready and features a Picatinny-rail gas block and top rail system for easy mounting of optics, with an MSRP of $719.

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