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Anderson AM15-BR, Semi-Automatic, 5.56 NATO/.223 Remington, 16" Barrel, 30+1 Rounds - The AM15 is Anderson's best value…and, frankly, one of the best values in shooting! Why? Because unlike other companies, Anderson makes most of their components in-house at their Hebron, Kentucky facility, meaning they can control costs like no other. So while the price says "entry level," the build quality and finish are well beyond.

The AM15-BR features an M4-profile barrel with 1:8" twist, one of the most versatile twists, capable of reliably stabilizing a very wide range of bullets. It also comes standard with forward assist and a dust cover—nice features for an AR in this price range. Whether you're a beginner looking to get into AR shooting or a pro looking for a project rifle, you can't go wrong with Anderson.

NOTE: This rifle does NOT have the RF85 treatment, so it needs to be lubricated like any normal AR-15.
M4-profile barrel with 1:8" twist for versatility in bullet choice
Forward assist and dust cover included
Anderson M4 collapsible buttstock
Low-profile gas block
AM15 bolt carrier group (M16)
Standard charging handle
100% made in the USA in Anderson's Hebron, Kentucky facility
Backed by the Anderson Lifetime Warranty
Includes one 30-rd. magazine

Item # WX2-705116
Mfg. Number: B2-K850-AA00
UPC: 712038922260
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Last day to use the code! Do it!

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Is this a a fixed mag or how many mags does it come with

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Mine came with one steel mag.

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Has anyone actually orders and received one of these AR’s from SG at $385 ($390 after shipping)?
I’m looking at several AR’s and wondering. Please help.

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Yes. I used the free 30 day trial and got the "member" pricing. I cancelled my membership the day I picked it up from my dealer.

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after doing research on Sportsman's Guide there are too many complaints about purchases and customer service search around for yourself has anyone had any issues.

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When I go to buy this it’s $427

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Code SG3541 gets you 10% off

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Thank you. I'll take a look at those. Appreciate the feedback. Any good AR forums or FB groups?

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AR15 snob free is a great group

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I just picked one up after signing up for the free membership. This is my first AR any suggestions for cheap optics to start out with? I figure to get this to learn with and modify as time and funds allow.

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Joeman - This is sure to get several opinions so here's mine: Bushnell TRS-25 is a great starter red dot for $40-50. It is low though, you may need a riser (+$10ish) to bring it up off the rifle to your eye level. I have one an an AR and one on an AK. Works well enough for me!

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Spot on. I own 2 as well and couldn't be happier. Can't beat it for the price

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Bought one last fall from SG for the same price, but with a Magpul stock and it's been great so far.

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$427 was the cheapest deal online for an AR-15 that I had seen lately. Back to $400 seems good to me.

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A whole 25 bucks. How much is a membership? Memberships are total bullshit if you ask me. I signed up for gander outdoors and am kicking myself in the ass. They are just a bullshit way of insuring you buy everything from there. You basically have to in order to pay for the membership. I just think it is horseshit business. Just ask a fair price and take your membership and shove it.

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EXACTLY what I was going to say. Waiting for stock on that to place my order. Even being in sc and getting nailed with tax it's still a better deal PSA ftw

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I cancelled my "membership" w/ them after not having used it for well over a year. I tried to use the Trial Membership and it would not allow me to do so saying that I could not redeem more than 1 trial at a time. As with all other Sportsman's Guide prices, they are all "members pricing". Unfortunately for me, it came out to $409 after code, and not being a member.

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Where do you put in the coupon code? Is it on the payment screen or before? I got to the FFL selection and hadn't seen it.

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They shouldn't be allowed to even post deals here if you have to be a member to get them.

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$409.98 after code.

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I'm curious on folks opinions on this as well

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Nitrated one with ept and Magpul furniture from PSA is cheaper and would be the better rifle in my opinion. It also comes with sights.

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Lowest price I've seen on a complete in a while. Any reviews?

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