New for 2019: M&P 15-22 SPORT Rifle Optic Ready with Factory Installed M&P Optic

Smith & Wesson M&P15-22 SPORT rifle now available with factory-mounted red/green dot optic.
Smith & Wesson M&P15-22 SPORT rifle now available with factory-mounted red/green dot optic.

SPRINGFIELD, Mass., – -(AmmoLand.com)- Smith & Wesson Corp. today announced that the company’s award-winning M&P15-22 SPORT rifle is now available with a factory-mounted MP-100 Red/Green Dot Optic.

Chambered in .22LR, the M&P15-22 SPORT rifle in an optics ready configuration includes a red/green dot MP-100 optic that allows for a quick and easy sighting solution on the reliable M&P15-22 platform.

The M&P15-22 SPORT rifle is chambered in .22 LR and includes a six-position adjustable stock, fully functioning charging handle and twenty-five round capacity. Equipped with the MP-100 optic, the M&P15-22 SPORT OR features a variable intensity dot in both red and green that’s adjustable for both windage and elevation. Featuring a 10” M&P slim handguard with Magpul M-LOK®, the M&P15-22 SPORT OR is easily customizable with compatible M-LOK accessories and offers a great value at an MSRP of $469.00. The M&P15-22 SPORT OR with M&P optic is available in three configurations: a 25 round version, 10 round version, and state compliant model.

To learn more about the new M&P15-22 SPORT OR with M&P Optic and the complete line of Smith & Wesson firearms, including spec sheets and images, please click here.

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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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I put a Sig Sauer Romeo 5 red dot on my M&P 15-22. Having a lot of fun with this rifle. The polymer magazines need steel feed lips though.

David Jones
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David Jones

No comment as yet, need to buy one first, and I’m working on that.

Robert Kello
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Robert Kello

When we can we expect a sub compact double stack?

Haitham
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Haitham

How much the 500 Auto max

BDub
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BDub

Smith and wesson made the M&P 15-22P (pistol) for 1 year only, talk about a great investment. Rumor has it that ppl were putting forearm grips on them which turns them into a SBR requiring a tax stamp. They are made from the same AR platform so magazines interchange. You don’t see them come up for sale ofter, I believe I’ve only seen 1 in t he last 14 months that sold immediately for 699.00 with a “buy it now” option. Check them out on the web or YouTube then get one for you collection.

Francis E Bender
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Francis E Bender

My wife and I each have an M&P Sport 22lr. We love them. Very accurate, no issues what so ever. With a red dot they are even more accurate. Our 2 we’re fine about the recall. Got the tool from Smith and both checked out fine. Recommend to everyone! You can’t go wrong with a Smith and Wesson!

Frank
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Frank

What was the recall for?

Slacker
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Slacker

Potential for slam fire due to out of spec bolt face.

David Jones
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David Jones

Milling of the bolt carrier group was shallow and as a result when you released the bolt from lock it was possible the rimfire would ‘pinch’ and discharge.

Darkman
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Darkman

I have one that I mounted UTG CQB red/green T dot optic on. It has been an excellent set up. The rifle’s serial number was one on the recall list. I requested the depth gauge from S&W to check the tolerances on the BCG. It took about 3 weeks to arrive. It checked out to the proper depth. I haven’t had any of the problems described in the recall after 3000+ rounds downrange. The only issue so far. Is that it’s picky about what ammo it like to consume. Seems to prefer ammo on the higher velocity scale. Other than… Read more »

WB
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WB

Mine had issues with certain ammo like you describe. However, the CCI has worked flawless for me and have not had a malfunction since. Now that’s all I use in it.