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Designed to deliver purpose-built performance, the 5.56mm SAINT® Victor line of AR-style rifles features intelligently thought-out upgrades and enhancements. Adding further capability to the line is this newest addition to the family — the SAINT Victor with Law Tactical Folder.
The Law Tactical folder, a premier folding stock adapter system designed for the AR family of firearms, allows for compact transportation and storage of this 16”-barreled 5.56mm carbine. The rugged and durable Law Tactical folder mechanism allows the buttstock assembly to fold alongside the left side of the rifle’s Type III hardcoat-anodized 7075-T6 forged aluminum receivers. The result is a 5.56mm carbine that is much easier to store and transport.
As with all Victors, this model features Springfield’s free float M-Lok® handguard and performance upgrades for professional grade reliability. Enhancements include a premium nickel boron trigger, Melonite®-coated barrel, enhanced Melonite-coated carrier group and a pinned low-profile gas block. A B5 Systems Type 23 P-Grip pistol grip enhances control and performance.
The bolt carrier group employs a heavy-duty M16-pattern bolt carrier along with a 9310 steel bolt, featuring high-pressure testing/magnetic particle inspection (HPT/MPI). In addition, the SAINT Victor Rifle comes outfitted with SA spring-loaded flip-up iron sights that are adjustable for windage and elevation. Topping off the 1:8” twist 16” CMV steel barrel is the SA Muzzle Brake, designed to simultaneously reduce muzzle rise and soften perceived recoil.
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WARNING! This product contains chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information: www.p65warnings.ca.gov
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