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Product DescriptionVersatile, modular and an exceptional value, the M&P15 is a perfect choice for the tactical rifle enthusiast. With its ready-to-go design, the M&P15 benefits from accurate 5R rifling, a durable Melonite coated barrel, and a single stage trigger. Other premium AR-style features on the M&P15 include a high temperature polymer handguard, a forged integral trigger guard, and a 10-round Magpul PMAG magazine. This exclusive Smith & Wesson Optics-Ready rifle is packaged with an EOTech 512 sight. Maryland compliant.
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Q:what is the max length of pullAsked on 5/14/2013 by simon
A:This will offer a 13.5" length of pull.Answered on 6/14/2013 by Gander Mountain
Q:Do you sell any AR15 that is piston driven?Asked on 5/11/2010 by Lsteve5170 from Columbus, Ohio
Q:Can you hunt with this rifle since it is semi auto?Asked on 4/28/2010 by jared from ohio
A:It is dependent on your state laws, But in most states it is legal to hunt with semi-auto rifles.Answered on 2/1/2012 by Tim from Levelland, TX
Q:I am currently serving in Iraq. I want to buy an AR, but I am not sure what all I am limited to. I am from Wilson, NY 14131 and again I am not sure of the laws that are required or where even to find this information. Also I am extreamly use to the 5.56 rounds that we use in theatre and I am sure that there is no or not much of a difference between the 5.56 and .223, I guess the real question is. Is there a difference? Thank you for your assistance.Asked on 3/11/2010 by Jimmy from Wilson, NY 14131
A:NY has a restricted mag capacity, 10 I believe. 5.56 is a higher pressure round, therefore higher velocity. A rifle made strictly for .223 may not be able to handle 5.56. They are the same sized cartridge and bullet. Most combat rifles are made for 5.56 and therefore .223 also.Answered on 3/20/2010 by Ben from MS
A:Yes there is a difference. The 5.56 creates more pressure then the .223. Because of the pressure difference it is not recommended that you do not shoot the 5.56 in a .223 chamber. It will prematurely weaken and wear out the chamber. However I bought this rifle from Gander Mountain and mine is chambered in 5.56.Answered on 3/19/2010 by John from Ocala Fl.
A:Not much of a difference in the rounds, except the 5.56 requires a little bit stiffer barrel than the .223. In NY it gets tricky, but I think the SW AR-15 clone is NY compliant...I would check first, but I thinks it compliant....Answered on 3/22/2010 by Chucky Stars from Clovis, CA
A:Good question - simple answer.
A weapon chambered for 5.56 will fire 5.56 or .223.
Never, ever fire 5.56 from a weapon chambered for .223.
Simply look at the barrel for 5.56 NATO.
Has to do with the "seating" of the round when chambered.
Very, very little difference with the 2 rounds - huge difference with the "end" of the chamber.Answered on 3/28/2010 by jim from huntsville alabama
A:It is Ny compliantAnswered on 5/13/2010 by Bigguy from Easton, MD
A:Gander Mountain does sell a NY compliant S&W M&P 15. No flash suppressor, limited to 10-round clip and the stock is fixed. Telescopic stocks, >10 round clip and flash suppressors are not legal in NY. Tough state!Answered on 10/20/2010 by RCH from Syracuse, NY
A:10 mag is the largest in NY Gander only sells NYS compliant weapons. I am getting the Smith and Wesson M&P 15 in the near future can't waitAnswered on 3/6/2012 by big dog from hurley ny