The Armalite M-15 3-Gun Rifle Proves to Be the Choice of Champions

Greg Jordan; © 3-Gun Nation 2015
Greg Jordan; © 3-Gun Nation 2015
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Geneseo, IL -(Ammoland.com)- In less than 48 hours the Armalite M-15 3-Gun Rifle gained two new titles, and in the hands of some of the most well-known pro shooters in the industry.

From the short range competition and fast-handling requirements of 3-Gun Nation to the unknown and unforgiving challenges of the USPSA Multi-Gun Nationals, the Armalite M-15 3-Gun rifle is definitely making a name for itself. While we might be biased, we can't argue with the results!

On April 25, pro-shooter Greg Jordan of Team Armalite took to the 3-Gun Nation qualifier with his Armalite M153GN13. After several courses of fire, Jordan advanced into the final round to face off with Nick Atkinson who fought his way through three eliminators to make it into the final round. After a long day of tough competition, Jordan came out on top to win the third qualifier placing him in third overall among 3-Gun Nation qualifiers with a score of 291.53.

Jordan’s Armalite M153GN13 features a 13.5-in. stainless steel barrel (13.5-in. models have a pinned/welded muzzle brake to make the external barrel length 16 in.), a new Armalite tunable muzzle brake and adjustable gas block allow each rifle to be individually tuned for optimal performance. A free-floating handguard, Raptor ambidextrous charging handle, Luth-AR MBA-1 adjustable buttstock and factory installed 3-lb. Timney trigger make these rifles sleek, fast and ready for action. MSRP: $1,599.

Greg Jordan; © 3-Gun Nation 2015
Greg Jordan; © 3-Gun Nation 2015

While Jordan was battling it out in Oklahoma, Joel Turner was turning up the heat in Las Vegas, NV, at the USPSA Multi-Gun Nationals with his Armalite M153GN18. After two strong days of competition, Turner finished out the competition tops in the Limited Division on April 26. With an overall score of 952.5304, he ousted his competition by a 61.2231 margin to walk away with the division title. Turner’s Armalite M153GN18 features a, 18-in. stainless steel barrel, a new Armalite tunable muzzle brake and adjustable gas block allowing each rifle to be individually tuned for optimal performance.

A free-floating handguard, Raptor ambidextrous charging handle, Luth-AR MBA-1 adjustable buttstock and factory installed 3-lb. Timney trigger make these rifles sleek, fast and ready for action. MSRP: $1,599.

Joel Turner (© Stephanie Payne 2015)
Joel Turner (© Stephanie Payne 2015)

The Armalite M153GN13 and M153GN18 can be purchased through your local dealer. All M153GN handguards, muzzle brakes and adjustable gas blocks are available at www.armalite.com.

For more information on our new product lines, or to find a dealer near you, visit www.armalite.com.

About Armalite

Armalite is the originator of the legendary AR-10 rifle. For 60 years, Armalite’s commitment to excellence has made our firearms the choice of military, law enforcement and sport shooters worldwide. Armalite has one of the broadest product lines in the firearms industry. We manufacture semi-automatic rifles in 5.56mm and 7.62mm calibers, as well as long range bolt action rifles in .308 Winchester, 300 Winchester Magnum, .338 Lapua, and 50 BMG. Armalite is a subsidiary of Strategic Armory Corps.

For more information on our company and products, visit: www.armalite.com.

About Strategic Armory Corps

Strategic Armory Corps was formed with the goal of acquiring and combining market-leading companies within the firearms industry. Each company that is brought into the SAC family fulfills a consumer need with their brand of niche products. To date, four highly respected manufacturing companies have been acquired with a fifth in the start-up phase. These companies strategically fit together to form a strong base of products and services that are designed to meet the expectations of military, law enforcement, commercial groups, and individual users around the world.

For more information, visit: www.SACFirearms.com.

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The great 3-gun champion Todd Jarrett used those MechArmor TacOps-1 Charging handles, and the new Armalites use the ruptures? Evidently the new Armalite owners need to get a clue about real world proven rifle parts, vs. the ones with cool marketing names..lol That choice alone makes me question the rest of this rifle.