Smith & Wesson M&P15T Rifle Now With Crimson Trace LiNQ

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posted on August 18, 2017
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Smith & Wesson Corp. has collaborated with Crimson Trace Corporation to introduce its new M&P15T rifle complete with a factory installed Crimson Trace LiNQ laser sight and light system. The combination offers consumers the premium features of the company’s popular M&P15 rifle line, enhanced with the low-light versatility of the award-winning LiNQ system.


“The M&P15T rifle was the perfect platform to showcase the award-winning LiNQ, wireless operated system,” said Crimson Trace President Lane Tobiassen. "Together with Jan Mladek, general manager for the M&P Brand, we were able to collaborate and develop a firearm package that showcases the versatility of the LiNQ as well as the ability of the M&P15T rifle to adapt to accessories.”

The M&P15T rifle is chambered in 5.56 mm NATO and features a 13” M&P, slim, modular free-float rail system, 5R rifling for excellent accuracy, and Magpul MBUS front and rear sights. Equipped with the factory installed Crimson Trace LiNQ, a wireless operated laser sight and light, the M&P15T offers a brilliant green laser and 300-lumen white LED light for low-light shooting situations.

MSRP: $1,499 

For more information visit smith-wesson.com and crimsontrace.com

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