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ArmaLite Inc

ArmaLite Inc

Geneseo, IL–(Ammoland.com)-ArmaLite, Inc. proudly introduces the M-15TBN Rifle. The M-15TBN is now in stock and available for immediate delivery.

This M-15 tactical rifle delivers pinpoint accuracy on demand. Built to withstand the demands of LE and the military, the M-15TBN is also great for competition and the range.

When you pick this firearm up, you’re carrying a triple lapped, stainless steel 18″ match grade barrel, an ArmaLite National Match trigger set, and free floated quad rail handguards. Every specification of this rifle is intended for outstanding accuracy and precision for that first shot and every OTHER shot. http://www.armalite.com/ItemForm.aspx?item=15TBN&ReturnUrl=Categories.aspx?Category=8e8e5de6-5022-483e-812b-822e58014822

Specifications:

  • Caliber: .223/5.56 X 45 mm NATO National Match
  • Barrel: 18″ AISI 416R Stainless Steel T Heavy
  • Rifling Twist: RH 1:8”
  • Muzzle Device: Flash Suppressor
  • Gas Block: ArmaLite Low-profile Gas Block
  • Handguard: ArmaLite Free Float Quadrail
  • Upper Receiver: Forged Flattop with Picatinny Rail, 7075-T6 Aluminum
  • Lower Receiver: 7075-T6 Aluminum (forged)
  • Trigger: National Match two stage
  • Overall Length: 35.2-38.5“
  • Weight:  7.9 lbs.
  • Finish: Hard Anodized Aluminum, Manganese Phosphated Steel
  • Included with Rifle: One 10 Round Magazine, Owner’s Manual, Limited Lifetime Warranty

 15TBN BARREL RIGHT

15TBN BARREL LEFT

About ArmaLite: ArmaLite has one of the broadest product lines in the firearms industry. We manufacture and sell semiautomatic rifles in a variety of calibers including 5.56mm and 7.62mm, long range super-accurate bolt action rifles in calibers including .308 Winchester, .300 Winchester Magnum, .338 Lapua, .416 Barrett  and  .50 BMG.  Visit ArmaLite at www.armalite.com.

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  • 7 User comments to “ARMALITE ANNOUNCES THE M-15TBN RIFLE NEW FOR 2014”

    1. David343 on January 30, 2014 at 7:39 PM said:

      Included with rifle: one ten round magazine. What good is that? I won’t buy a rifle if it doesn’t come with at least one 30 round mag. It’s the principle of it, if a manufacturer has no balls I don’t want to depend on their product or support their bottom line.

    2. TXGnr1911 on January 31, 2014 at 9:53 AM said:

      David343, I’m with you. The interesting thing is that the magazine in the picture must be a 20 or 30 round mag modified to hold only 10 rounds. Kind of deceiving if you ask me.

    3. I actually prefer a 10rd pmag for range use on my AR’s that run magnified optics. Sometimes the 30 round pmags just get in the way when you’re trying to punch paper at distance…

    4. MudCruncher on January 31, 2014 at 2:05 PM said:

      David – TXGnr,

      This particular rifle is designed for accuracy competition, not combat — although it can certainly handle that as well. Your angst about the magazine is simply solved:get aome aftermarket mags like you would anyway and stop your whining.

      The AR in AR-15 stands for Armalite Rifle. They designed the beast and sold rights to Colt. They know what they are doing.

      Let it rest, gentlemen. There is no hint of deception in ght longer mag … just a tip of the hat to aesthetics. Or are you intending to become “professionally offended” by anything in the firerms world that you don’t particularly like?

    5. Ar’s are nice I even own one! but my first choice out the door will be my m1 garand! Capacity is really irrelevant with an accurate rifle!

    6. I wouldn’t pay nearly $1500 for a rifle that doesn’t come with a couple of 30 round MagPul magazines. “One 10 round magazine” is an insult with all the anti-2A crap going on right now. The 30 round magazine is “STANDARD CAPACITY”, not “high capacity” as the anti-2A crowd likes to call them. The 10 round are “reduced capacity” in my opinion.

    7. I have two of armalites rifles,the 15 and the 10a and I have nothing but good things to say about them,as for the 10rnd mags I just picked up some 30s for the 15,as for the 10a ,I dont want more than a 10rnd 308 rnds get real heavy.

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