M-15 A4(T) Rifle

The Armalite M-15 A4(T) Rifle is a semi-automatic tactical rifle chambered in .223 Rem. or 5.56 NATO. The M-15 is one of four rifles
manufactured and sold by the company. Armalite recommends the M-15 A4(T) Rifle for competitive shooting and varmint hunting.

The M-15 A4(T) Rifle features gas block front sight base and a National Match two-stage trigger set for 2.5 lbs. on the first pull and 4.5-5 lbs. on the second pull. The gun has a forged
flattop upper receiver with a Picatinny rail. The Picatinny rail allows for easy mounting of optics.
The gun’s
chrome lined barrel is threaded for a flash suppressor that reduces the
visible signature of the burning gases exiting the muzzle. The M-15 A4(T) Rifle has a synthetic stock finished in either matte green
or matte black. It weighs 8.8125 lbs and has a 20″ stainless steel barrel.

Armalite is an influential firearms manufacturer resurrected in 1996. The company is currently based out of Geneseo, Illinois.

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