SHOT Show 2020: Springfield Armory SAINT Edge EVAC

Joining the Springfield Armory SAINT Edge line of lightweight, quick-handling, high-performance rifles in 2020 is the all-new EVAC, an AR-15-style pistol designed for discreet, compact storage.

The 5.56 NATO-chambered pistol features a patent-pending, ratchet-barrel takedown system engineered for rapid deployment while aiding in the pistol’s compactness. Springfield Armory also partnered with Gear Head Works for its Tailhook MOD 1 side-folding arm brace and Law Tactical for its Gen-3-M adapter. The SAINT Edge EVAC pistol also ships with a storage bag.

For more details on the new Springfield Armory SAINT Edge EVAC AR-15, check out our American Rifleman First Look video above.

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