The FN 15 SRP G2 is a modern AR-15 with a pedigree from one of the industry's top manufacturers and a modular, accessory-friendly design.

FN has over a century of history in the United States, including a deep connection with John Moses Browning. The company also has several major military contracts on its resume, including manufacturing the M4 and M16 for the U.S. military.

This patrol rifle with mil-spec features is ready to be customized. Let's take a look.
 

 

FN-15 SRP G2 Design

 

FN 15 SRP G2 AR-15 rifle
The FN 15 SRP G2 in its natural habitat. We dressed ours up with a Magpul sling and SIG Sauer Romeo optic. (Photo: Zach Buth/Guns.com)


As one of the most popular rifles in the United States, it's estimated there are upward of 25 million AR-15s in circulation. Drawing from experience with military contracts and success in the domestic market, the FN 15 SRP G2 is a true modern AR-15. 

This rifle’s sleek and modern design is optimized for attachments and customization, embracing the concept of modularity.  
 

Features

 

FN 15 SRP G2 AR-15 rifle
Note the standard A2 flash hider that tips the 16-inch barrel. (Photo: Zach Buth/Guns.com)


The FN 15 SRP G2 is a 5.56-chambered AR that features a 16-inch barrel and a mid-length gas system. The pairing of the mid-length gas system with the 16-inch barrel will make for a soft-shooting experience.

Starting from the tip, the rifle features a traditional A2 flash hider. The A2 birdcage is a great option for mitigating flash and keeping the muzzle down during courses of fire.  
 

FN 15 SRP G2 AR-15 rifle
There's no end to the attachment possibilities with the 15-inch M-LOK handguard. (Photo: Zach Buth/Guns.com)


Breaking away from the fixed front sight post and the quad rail mold, this FN 15 features a free-floated 15-inch M-LOK handguard. With M-LOK becoming king of the attachment market, there are countless attachment possibilities. 


The handguard features four QD sling mounts: two by the muzzle and two by the receiver. So many companies have neglected to include sling mounts in the design, so big props to FN for giving options. 
 

FN 15 SRP G2 AR-15 rifle
Controls are standard AR-style and not ambidextrous. (Photo: Zach Buth/Guns.com)


The lower is non-ambidextrous, with a standard AR bolt-hold/release, safety, and magazine release. The upper features a standard charging handle with a left-mounted latch. Lastly, the rear of the rifle features a standard mil-spec pistol grip and six-position retractable stock. Both parts are common and will be familiar to anyone with AR experience.
 

FN 15 SRP G2 AR-15 rifle
This FN 15 sports a six-position adjustable stock. (Photo: Zach Buth/Guns.com)

 

Summary


When it comes to selecting an AR, it can be difficult to sift through the endless companies and models. FN’s reputation for reliability and accuracy helps push the FN-15 toward the top of any list. As always, the most important thing is training. Regardless of which firearm you choose, make sure to grab some ammunition and hit the range. 

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