Springfield Armory has released another variant of its increasingly popular Saint Victor lineup, this time with a Law Tactical folding stock.

The premiere folding stock adapter is counted on by numerous LE agencies looking to shorten their rifles and carbines and is now available from Springfield. The stock folds along the left side of the carbine, dramatically shortening the overall length.

The new carbine maintains the same 16-inch Melonite-coated barrel, M-LOK handguard, Nickel-Boron coated trigger, 5.56 chambering, and 7075-T6 forged aluminum receivers that have made the rest of the lineup so popular over the years. 

Springfield Armory Law Tactical
Springfield Armory Law Tactical
The Law Tactical Folder makes for easy transport on a proven design. (All Photos: Springfield Armory)

The 1:8 twist barrel is topped with an SA muzzle brake and includes SA spring-loaded flip-up iron sights to get you running right out of the gate. The overall package is meant to be compact and travel easier. The ease of travel is apparent with just a quick look at the spec sheet, with an overall length of just 26.5 inches folded. This extends up to 38 inches unfolded, giving the user lots of range and versatility in the final setup.

While the new carbine cuts down on overall length it will add a touch of weight, beefing up to 7 pounds, 3 ounces, from the 6 pounds, 8 ounces on the OG Saint Victor.

Springfield Armory Law Tactical
Besides the easier transport, it also looks pretty slick.

“The Saint Victor has proven itself again and again to be a purpose-built, duty-ready AR carbine,” said Steve Kramer, Vice President of Marketing for Springfield Armory. “This new variant featuring the respected Law Tactical folding stock system offers even greater adaptability as well as portability.”

The Saint Victor with Law Tactical Folder comes with a single 30-round Magpul PMAG and has an MSRP of $1,363.

Springfield Armory Law Tactical
About the only stone one can throw at it is that it will not be able to fire while folded.


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