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M&P15 SPORT II Rifle Available with CTS-103 Optic

M&P15 SPORT II Rifle Available with CTS-103 Optic

Smith & Wesson’s M&P15 SPORT IIOR rifle, which can be chambered in 5.56mm NATO, is now available with a factory-mounted Crimson Trace CTS-103 red/green dot optic. The M&P15 SPORT II rifle equipped with the CTS-103 comes with four optics ready configurations.

The M&P15 SPORT II is an optic-ready rifle that features a picatinny rail gas block and a threaded barrel. The Crimson Trace CTS-103 optic features a 4 MOA variable intensity dot in both red and green that’s adjustable for both windage and elevation. The M&P15 SPORT II with optic is available with a standard handguard or a Magpul MOE M-LOK handguard, if the shooter wants to easily attach aftermarket accessories. The M&P15 SPORT II OR with CTS-103 optic starts at an MSRP of $759.

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The new M&P15 Sport II OR with CTS-103 Optic will be on display at Smith & Wesson Booth #5012 at the 2019 NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits in Indianapolis, IN from April 26th-28th.

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