Smith & Wesson Announces New M&P10 SPORT Rifle

Smith & Wesson Announces New M&P10 SPORT Rifle
Smith & Wesson Announces New M&P10 SPORT Rifle

Smith and WessonSPRINGFIELD, Mass.-(Ammoland.com)- Smith & Wesson Corp. today announced the addition of the new M&P10 SPORT rifle to the company’s award-winning M&P10 rifle lineup.

As the newest addition to the modern sporting rifle family, the M&P10 SPORT rifle features a popular 16” barrel with a .30 caliber A2-style flash suppressor. Chambered in .308 WIN/7.62×51 NATO caliber, the M&P10 Sport is equipped with ambidextrous controls for both right and left handed shooters in an optics-ready configuration.

Jan Mladek, General Manager of Smith & Wesson and M&P brands, said, “In 2013, Smith & Wesson introduced the award-winning M&P10 rifle, which quickly became a popular choice with consumers. Today, we’re proud to expand the M&P10 line of modern sporting rifles with the release of the M&P10 SPORT rifle in .308 WIN. The M&P10 SPORT rifle offers consumers a top performing modern sporting rifle at a competitive price, and is well suited for target, hunting and competitive sport shooting.”

The M&P10 SPORT rifle is chambered in .308 WIN/7.62×51 NATO and equipped with a mid-length gas operating system, resulting in lower felt recoil. The M&P10 SPORT semiautomatic, modern sporting rifle features a medium-contour 16” barrel with 5R rifling for increased accuracy, a 6-position telescopic stock, and durable corrosion resistant Armornite finish on the interior and exterior of the barrel. With an MSRP of $1,049, the M&P10 SPORT ships with a 20 round Magpul PMAG and is optics-ready with a picatinny top rail and gas block to easily mount a variety of optics.

Smith & Wesson M&P 10 Sport
Smith & Wesson M&P 10 Sport

Features:

  • Gas Block with Picatinny-Style Rail
  • Sling Swivel
  • A2 Suppressor
  • Mid-Length Handguard
  • Armornite Finish on Barrel (Interior & Exterior)
  • Chromed Firing Pin
  • Rifling: 1 in 10”, 5R Rifling
  • Ambidextrous Safety Selector
  • Ambidextrous Magazine Release
  • Ambidextrous Bolt Release
  • Mid-Length Gas System

Armornite finish is a hardened nitride finish that provides: Enhanced corrosion resistance, greatly improved wear resistance, decreased surface roughness, reduced light reflection and increased surface lubricity. Armornite is used on many S&W and M&P products imparting a high level of protection internally and externally where applied.

For more information about the new M&P10 SPORT rifle, please click here.

For more information on Smith & Wesson products please go to www.smith-wesson.com.

About Smith & Wesson

Smith & Wesson Corp. is a provider of quality firearms for personal protection, target shooting and hunting in the global consumer and professional markets. Smith & Wesson is world famous for its handguns and long guns sold under the Smith & Wesson, Performance Center, M&P, Thompson/Center Arms, and Gemtech brands. Through its Manufacturing Services Division, Smith & Wesson Corp. also provides forging, machining, and precision plastic injection molding services to a wide variety of consumer goods companies. For more information on Smith & Wesson, call (800) 331-0852 or log on to www.smith-wesson.com.

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What exactly does this rifle offer that I can’t build myself for much less money ? The market is over saturated with ar pattern rifles, at terribly high prices. I don’t buy into that top shelf ar crap unless your $1400 ar shoots plasma beams then it’s no better than the ar I built for $350

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This rifle offers complete ambi controls and is chambered in .308. That’s tough to do for $350. Read our shooting review here: https://www.ammoland.com/2017/10/smith-wesson-mp-10-sport-rifle-review/#axzz4xHhoTXKz

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So you can build one for under $1,000? Let’s see it! I call BS. I’ve built 4 AR15’s (556, 300 & 6.8spc)from the ground up with 80% lowers and they cost WAY more than if I had purchased the completed product from a dealer. The only advantage is that there’s no serial number and they’re mine. AR10’s are even more expensive to build which is why I haven’t started on one yet.

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DOUGLAS HAMMOND

You must not own a computer.
Complete free float 308 upper, $399.99
Complete 308 Lower $219.99
Not the cheapest they have, but this totals $620.00. Plus $30.00 for a mag.
Palmetto State Armory. http://palmettostatearmory.com/
There are plenty of others out there that are less than $1000.00.

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Palmetto State Armory. They sell a complete 308 upper w/free float hand guard and BCG for 399.99 and a complete 308 lower w/butt stock and LPK for $219.99 for a total of $620.00. Seems like that would be less than $1000.00, yes?

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Vanns40

You proved me wrong! Doggone it! I admit it! Still, if I build another it’ll be from an 80%. Thanks for the correction.