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Smith & Wesson AR-15 Sport II

Model: M&P®15 Sport™ IICaliber: 5.56mm NATO/.223Capacity: 30Safety: Manual Safety on LowerBarrel Length: 16"Overall Length: 35.0"Front Sight: Adj. A2 PostRear Sight: Folding Magpul (MBUS)Action: Gas Operated Semi-AutoStock: 6-Position CARGrip: PolymerWeight: 103.2 oz / 2,925.7gBarrel Material: 4140 SteelFrame Material: Aluminum AlloyFrame Finish: Matte BlackBarrel Twist: 1 in 9, 6 grooveM&P15 Rifles are the ideal modern sporting rifle. Built to perform multiple uses under various conditions, M&P15 Rifles are as versatile as they are reliable. Engineered for a wide variety of recreational, sport shooting and professional applications, M&P15 Rifles are easy to accessorize, but hard to put down. M&P15 Rifles are lightweight and rugged embodying the best combination of function and form.

Features
• Magpul® MBUS® Rear Sight
• Forged, Integral Trigger Guard
• Forward Assist & Dust Cover
• Chromed Firing Pin
• Armornite® Barrel Finish
• 6-Position Collapsible Stock
• Compatible with most standard AR15 components and accessories

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• $75 USD on any new Performance Center® T/C® LRR Rifles.
• $50 USD on any new M&P® Rifle
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This has to be the best deal for a complete, name brand AR-15 carbine with mag and rear sight. I have the gen 1 and gen 2 sports and neither has ever suffered a malfunction with a nearly 90% diet of cheap, steel cased Wolf or TulAmmo. PSA is fantastic too, but this really hard to beat if you aren’t trying to go the PSA route

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I bought one of these when they first came out and went for about $600. Never had a single problem and is fun to shoot. It is so tempting to get another one at the current prices.

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How do I buy this item without hbar barrel to be Maryland compliant?

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You actually NEED it to be heavy barrel in MD to be compliant.. not the other way around
This rifle sells here but w/o the 30rd magazine, which is the actual issue I'm shipping here.

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.....move out of Communist bloc.....

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Exactly!

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Great rifle you won't be disappointed. Buy with confidence.

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JPo's favorite gun.

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JPO is gone for good

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I wish I seen this last year when I was shopping for a AR. There's something I like about the old school hand guard with the A2 post vs the free float m-lok guard I bought.

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Picked this up from SMGA before they ran out of stock last time. Love this gun, especially at this price w/free shipping. Got to me quickly too. Has anyone tried the Hexmag magazines in this one? Is it worth the couple bucks I could save to pick up a few as extras, or should I stick w/Magpul? Price difference I’ve seen is negligible really if Magpul is that much better. Every penny counts, though, means more for ammo. Thanks in advance.

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No. I do not recommend that anyone buy Hexmags. I tried them in my pistol and they worked okay but not as good a fit as Magpul. In my PSA rifle they do not insert firmly fall out. My Magpul magazines fit in everything and stay firm. Magpul for the win!

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I have a bunch of Hexmags for mine. They are fine mags and work well. I've owned one of these for about a year now. Very well built for the price!

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It's out of stock

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400 is take it

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I'm with u 400$ I'll take it I really wanna,add some other site besides the standard metal site

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This was my first AR15 I bought it for around $750. I have done some crazy modifications on it and added a lot of magpul furniture to it, first thing you wanna change is the hand guard. Comes with iron sights and it's very reliable and accurate. Not once jammed or gave me any problems

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I keep waiting for this to drop to $399 shipped. I don't need another AR, but I'd scoop one up at that price.

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It's down to $449 another 15 months and you're in!

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I buy from this app all the time. As for Smokey Mountain, I just ordered a Sig from them on Thursday and it was shipped with tracking on Friday. Expected delivery is Monday. Very fast service and great prices. What's nice about Smokey mountain is they don't charge an extra 3% for using a credit card like a lot of places do and they don't charge for shipping. When you order from any store online, first, make sure the gun is legal in your state. 2nd, make sure you're allowed to own a gun yourself. (No criminal history or mental health history) 3rd, fill out the order, select a FFL (gun dealer) who will receive your order, make payment, and let the FFL know to expect a gun for you. Once it's in, they should call you, but you'll also know it's delivered by following the tracking. Last, go pick up your weapon and fill out the background paperwork. Usually takes less than 15 mins. Just watch using this app and do research. Some stores put guns up for $20 less than you find in your local FFL, but then you have to pay $20-$45 for transfer at the store when you pick it up. Turns out to be even more if you have to pay shipping and a cc free. As far as this M&P 2, good deal. You won't find this in a regular FFL for less.

Update..... Gun came on Saturday. Took less than 2 days to receive my Sig from the day I ordered.

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They have 3 different models of the m&p on sale. You should go to the site and check them out. The optics ready model seems to be the best deal.

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Has anyone actually bought anything off this app? And if so what would you need other than a card to buy? Background checks?

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Just like Minuteman said. It all depends on your state. In Missouri, ammo can be sent to your home. Firearms, are different. You buy from the site (like gunbuyer) and provide them with your FFL (usually a local pawnshop that sells guns or your local gun dealer). Then the site sends the gun to the pawn shop. Then they transfer the gun to you (after they complete a background check) and charge you around $15-$25. Some places charge more (I have heard of $50) to provide this service.

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You do not purchase anything thru this app, this app just shows you what sales, special offers, etc different companies and website's currently have. All firearm sales must go thru a ffl. Unless you are buying from a private seller in your same state. Even then some states have unconstitutional law's prohibiting private sales.

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I really wish they threw in a case and a extra mag tbh for the price of 450 looks like a good rifle I might just get This

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Lets not be overly greedy. $450 shipped is a great price for this AR.

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Yeah I know man I just can't help being a lil greedy lol but yeah it's good

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Does it have a flash hider or no

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Yes, it has the typical AR birdcage flash suppressor

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Yeah I saw the a2 flash hider

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Yes.

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I think these rifles are really underrated. They're very sturdy, accurate, and easily customizable. They won't help you be popular or cool, but they will put a bullet where you want it and will last forever.

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$419 and it is mine. Just bought a Ruger AR-556 so need a lower price to justify another purchase. Comments on this gun vs AR-556?

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When you compare the spec's on both AR's, the Ruger's are better.
Regardless, the S&W Sport II is a solid 'budget AR'.
Of all the 'budget AR's' out there it's in the top 3.
You may want to check the Aero AC-15 if you decide to get another budget AR.

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Don't own a Ruger AR-556 but I have a couple of their wheel guns that are very nice. They're both decent AR pattern rifles but here's a comparison video that helped sway me:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RUmZo5obEQM

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A very nice rifle that's more accurate than I am. Swap out the handguard for a 9" Magpul MOE SL to totally change the look.

For about $150 more the next step up is something with a low profile gas block and free floated barrel. AR's are a bargain right now and nothing is more competitive than this entry level market.

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I'd leave the front sight and put a new trigger in with that $150 instead ;). Definitely got to go Magpul furniture, though!

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Best deal I've seen on Sport II so far

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$450 shipped is a really good deal for this AR. If somebody has been thinking of getting it, nows the time!

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Out of the blue, comes Smoky Mountain with some great gun deals. $450 shipped for this rifle is very tempting.

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