Smith & Wesson M&P15 Sport 5.56mm NATO 16" barrel 30 Rnds - $549.99 shipped

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The Smith & Wesson M&P 15 Sport is designed for just that Shooting sports. It is also ready to take on any other AR job description, personal defense, target, home protection, varmint hunting or just plinking. Featuring 16" barrel, an adjustable or adjustable style stock, adjustable A2 front and Magpul folding rear sights, chrome lined gas key and bolt carrier. It also features a 30 round magazine or a 10 round magazine. You can also get the 10 round magazine with a bullet button for CA compliance and a ban state configuration model for where the other is not legal.

Product Specs
Manufacturer Number 811036
Type Rifle
Action Semi-Auto
Barrel Length 16"
Overall Length 35" Extended / 32" Collapsed
Caliber 5.56mm NATO
Capacity 30 round detachable magazine
Finish Hard Coated Black Anodized
Grips 6 Position Telescopic
Material Barrel: 4140 Steel
Receiver: 7075 T6 Aluminum
Sights Front: Adjustable A2 Post
Rear: Magpul Folding MBUS
Miscellaneous Gas Key / Bolt Carrier
Weight 6.45 lbs.

Other Features
16" Barrel with 1 in 9" Twist
30 Round PMAG® Magazine
Adjustable Front and Rear Sights
6-Position Telescopic Butt Stock
Chrome-lined Gas Key and Bolt Carrier

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Item # SMW-811036

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Category: Rifles
Caliber: 223/5.56
UPC: 022188145663
MPN: 811036

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So is there a code or coupon

So is there a code or coupon for getting this down to 549.99? Best price I see on this one is $593.99.

Just wondering if there is something I don't see....

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Picked one up from firearms4u

Picked one up from firearms4u for 584$ a couple of weeks ago after tons of research. The reviews on youtube were raves for the $$ and I have to say I agree. The quality compares favorably to the Colt M4 I rolled with for 15 months in the sandbox. The fit between the upper and lower is actually tighter on the sport. Mil spec buffer, magnetic particle inspected bolt and magpul flip up rear iron sight all add up to great value. Barrel is 1/9 twist melonite. Which I am fine with. Wouldn't mind a dust cover but I don't really need one. Oh yeah 7 years in the Army and never used the forward assist once. Just my 2 cents.

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This is a great rifle and for

This is a great rifle and for $549 delivered it is cheaper than a plastic bushy with a better fit and finish. If you want an entry level AR it can't be beat.

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I own one.It is truly a

I own one.It is truly a cupcake to fire,sweet.I have upgraded some things on mine and I'm still $900.Great buy.Hell,I will buy another one.

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This really is one of the

This really is one of the best entry level AR's on the market. Sweet shooting, accurate and will fire anything. Unless you are going to be crawling through mud 4 times a day or firing hundreds of Vietnam era rounds on full auto without cleaning, you truly do not need an FA or dust cover.

4 votes
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If you have a thumb, you have

If you have a thumb, you have a forward assist. Awesome rifle for the money. Wouldn't hesitate to pick one up for range/ personal defense. M&P's chew through any ammo you can throw at them, brass or steel.

4 votes
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Excellent Price for this gun.

Excellent Price for this gun. Greta product and a lot of fun to fire.

5 votes
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I dont always use the parking

I dont always use the parking brake in my truck but I'm glad its there when I need it. Depending on how much you fire or the conditions you find yourself, those 2 items might be needed.

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13 votes

I have one and it is a great

I have one and it is a great gun. I love it.

8 votes
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So pissed they changed the

So pissed they changed the barrel on this. Was all set to get a sport as my backup zombie rifle. The 1:8 5R is awesome on my M&P15 MOE Mid. Seemed to good to be true on a sport.

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how much would it be to buy

how much would it be to buy the upgraded barrel and replace it?

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As a Sport owner I can tell

As a Sport owner I can tell you this is a great AR. It chews up any ammo you give it, is accurate, and has a superb company behind it.

Don't let the lack of a FA or dust cover impact your decision to buy one. I have AR's with those items and they're rarely ever used and if you're in a situation that benefits from you having them you'll have far bigger worries then a lack of a dust cover to worry about.

10 votes
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These rifles do not have the

These rifles do not have the 1/8 twist with 5r rifling. I called Kentucky Gun Co. before ordering. This info is not up to date.

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Awesome value for the money.

Awesome value for the money. The sport will take any ammo you throw at it and have yet to meet anyone who doesn't have a positive thing to say AFTER FIRING IT PERSONALLY. So sick of hearing everyone wine about the lack of forward assist and dust cover. That melonite 1:8 5R barrel is pretty badass and it hard to argue with hundreds of positive reviews from respected evaluators. This rifle represents the best entry/value AR on the market...period.

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I thought they changed the

I thought they changed the barrel to a 1 in 9- did they change it back to the 1 in 8 5R?

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Is this really is 1in8

Is this really is 1in8 rifling id be all in if i didnt already have 2 ars

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I am looking for a entry

I am looking for a entry level AR. Anyone got an opinion on this AR?

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A co-worker bought one from

A co-worker bought one from Walmart ($695.00). Extra nice for the money. Used cheap Herter's ammo .223 Remington 55 gr HP steel case with cheap 30 round mag (Paid $8.00 for it from Sportsman's Guide) to test fire of 20 rounds. No problems! Looks like it loves cheap ammo--time will tell?

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I have an original first gen

I have an original first gen S&W 15T AR and a 5.45 S&W AR. Both are good quality, with really good fit & finish.
This is a good deal. If your concerned with it not having a dust cover or forward assist you could always buy a stripped upper seperately and sell the stock slickside one for $40 or $50 and still have a great, high quality AR for less than $700.

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You don't need a Forward

You don't need a Forward Assist on an entry level AR or ANY AR for that matter. Dust cover is pretty pointless too. This is an excellent value.

15 votes
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Just make sure it has a

Just make sure it has a forward asist and a dust cover they are all pretty good though. Del Ton makes a great one.

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This one has neither forward

This one has neither forward assist nor a dust cover. If you're planning on a SHTF rifle, you might want those features. If you're just planning on using it from home defense and target practice, you probably won't.

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Forward assist only helps in

Forward assist only helps in 1 out of 3 issues... fail to go all the way into battery/ into the chamber... doesn't help with failure to extract/eject (all the way), nor for failure to feed a new round up from the magazine... Back in the day, it was all about different/ bad powders and poor/ not done cleaning methods in the field... So, now adays, keep your weapon clean and properly lubed, and use good magazines ( with good feed lips). So, yeah, you don't need a forward assist any longer, just tap the mag, rack back on the charging handle to extract the round, observe the chamber for blockage/ bad round, then let the bolt go forward at full speed, to feed the next round in... then re-engage your target. Hope this helps... Regards

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I've fired untold thousands

I've fired untold thousands of rounds from my AR-15s over the years and have never once used the forward assist. Your mileage may vary.

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