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Springfield Armory Announces SAINT Victor Rifles and Pistols

Springfield Armory Announces SAINT Victor Rifles and Pistols

New for 2019, the SAINT Victor series of rifles and pistols from Springfield Armory are designed to give you everything you need on a premium defensive firearm, right out of the box.

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Weighing in at 6.9 lbs, the lower receiver on the SAINT Victor rifle is Accu-Tite tension-bonded to a flat-top forged upper receiver and features a 16” CMV barrel that is Melonite finished inside and out for the ultimate in corrosion resistance. The rock-solid, patent-pending M-Lok free-float 15” handguard protects the mid-length gas system and provides plenty of space for accessory attachment.

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SAINT Victor rifles feature a pinned low-profile gas block, a must-have on a professional use defensive rifle. Also included are spring-loaded flip-up sights, a crisp, grit-free enhanced nickel-boron coated single-stage flat trigger, and Springfield Armory’s proprietary muzzle brake that eliminates barrel rise and softens recoil. The staked receiver end plate features a QD mount for sling attachment.

At the heart of SAINT Victor rifles is an M16 bolt carrier group that is also Melonite finished, HPT/MPI tested, shot peened, and houses a 9310 steel bolt. The SAINT Victor rifle is also available in a California-approved model for 2019, with a Strike Industries Featureless Grip and Magpul MOE fixed stock. An 11.5” SBR configuration is also available for LE and civilian use.


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The SAINT Victor pistols are the most compact in the lineup, with many of the same features of the rifles, but in a stock-free, non-NFA pistol form with a 7.5” barrel in 5.56, and a 9” barrel in .300 BLK.


The 7.5” SAINT Victor pistol is equipped with an SA Forward Blast Diverter muzzle device, and the 9” pistol features an A2 flash hider, easily removed for suppressor use.

Built for CQB, the compact design of the SAINT Victor Pistol is an ideal choice for home defense and delivers rifle power in a small, fast-handling package. The rugged SB Tactical SBX-K forearm brace reduces size, stabilizes recoil, and enhances accuracy.

Just like the SAINT Victor rifles, the M16 bolt carrier group is precision-machined from 9310 steel, shot peened, HPI/MPT inspected and finished in super-hard Melonite, as are the barrels, both inside and out, and the staked receiver end plate features a QD mount for sling attachment.

Now available in these configurations:




SAINT VICTOR RIFLE: https://hubs.ly/H0gblGG0
STV916556B – SAINT Victor 5.56                                 MSRP $1,073
STV916556BCA – SAINT Victor 5.56 CA Compliant   MSRP $1,073

SAINT VICTOR PISTOL: https://hubs.ly/H0gblq80
STV975556B – SAINT Victor Pistol 5.56                       MSRP $1,015
STV909300B – SAINT Victor Pistol .300 BLK              MSRP $1,015

SAINT VICTOR SBR: https://hubs.ly/H0gblHR0
STV9115556B – SAINT Victor SBR 5.56                       MSRP $1,073


SAINT VICTOR VIDEO: https://hubs.ly/H0gbkyc0

For more information, visit springfield-armory.com.



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