First Look: Olympic Arms MPR 308-15

Olympic Arms MPR

First, there were convertible cars. Then there were convertible laptops. Now, Olympic Arms has introduced the first-ever convertible rifle.

The new MPR (Multi Purpose Rifle) 308-15 is designed with a lower billet receiver that accepts AR uppers in all calibers, as well as Olympic's specially designed .308 upper for the new rifle.



The MPR joins a long list of Olympic firsts. The company was the first to produce AR platforms chambered in 9x19mm, .45 ACP, 10mm, 7.62x39 and WSSM calibers.


The rifle is offered in three configurations - precision rifle, mid-length tactical carbine and entry-level carbine. Each model comes with a button-rifled 416 stainless steel bull barrel. Pricing begins at $1,267.50 for the entry-level. The precision rifle is available for $1,688.70.


Olympic is now accepting orders for the new rifle, and deliveries are expected to begin in February.


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