Smith & Wesson M&P 10

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posted on May 4, 2013
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Smith & Wesson's M&P line, a dominant force on the market since its inception, is expanding to previously untraversed territory with the new M&P10. The world's first .308 that comes in M&P, the rifle received plenty of attention during the first day of the 142nd NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Houston, Texas.

Engineered with 5R rifling and a 1/10 twist, the M&P10 is accurate and powerful, and will appeal to sport shooters, hunters and other competitive shooters alike. Smith & Wesson designed it to be easy to accessorize, and the .308 Win. chambering delivers an expanded offering at extended range.

Technical Specifications:

Model: M&P10
Caliber: .308 Win.
Capacity: 5 to 10 Rounds
Overall Length: 37.5" to 40.9"
Barrel Length: 18"
Weight: 7.71 lbs. to 8.11 lbs.

To get the full skinny, check out the video below or go to Smith-Wesson.com.

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