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Thread: Smith & Wesson M&P15 Optic Ready .223Rem 16"

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    A $300 gas block?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnUniqueName View Post
    A $300 gas block?
    Chrome line barrel bro! LOL

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    Maybe there's a crate of 1k rounds hidden within that price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rgrabowski View Post
    Don’t these usually go for around $600-$700?
    Smith raised their prices.

    Did people think $600 AR's were going to last forever?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rkm456 View Post
    Smith raised their prices.

    Did people think $600 AR's were going to last forever?
    Plus the cdn dollar sucks right now aswell

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    Quote Originally Posted by mistero View Post
    I was wondering that too and part of a price difference is a chrome-lined chamber and barrel! 6-position collapsible stock.
    I don’t think so, according to the Smith web site this model is Armornite lined. And is listed at $719 US vs the usual Sport II we saw early on listed at $739 US.

    Features
    • Gas Block with Integral Picatinny-Style Rail
    • QD Sling Swivel Attachment Point (bottom of gas block)
    • Chromed Firing Pin
    • Armornite® Finish on Barrel - Interior and Exterior
    • Forged, Integral Trigger Guard
    • Forward Assist & Dust Cover
    • 1 in 9” Twist
    • Threaded Barrel

    The chromed line barrel version has a different lower, note the trigger guard is not forged and barrel profile is different.

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    The letters “OR” are $150 each

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wester View Post
    I don’t think so, according to the Smith web site this model is Armornite lined. And is listed at $719 US vs the usual Sport II we saw early on listed at $739 US.

    Features
    • Gas Block with Integral Picatinny-Style Rail
    • QD Sling Swivel Attachment Point (bottom of gas block)
    • Chromed Firing Pin
    • Armornite® Finish on Barrel - Interior and Exterior
    • Forged, Integral Trigger Guard
    • Forward Assist & Dust Cover
    • 1 in 9” Twist
    • Threaded Barrel

    The chromed line barrel version has a different lower, note the trigger guard is not forged and barrel profile is different.
    Shait, then why the fack is it $300 more???
    Il messanger non č importante

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    Guys, North Sylva ia a DISTRIBUTOR and listing the MSRP.

    Retail price may vary quite a bit.
    It is universally understood by knowledgeable hunters and shooters that the 375 Ruger is the NEW KING of the .375's. No other .375 cartridge offers so much to the hunter desiring a .375 caliber. ALL HAIL THE NEW KING!

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    Yeah, the retail price might be higher

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