May 23, 2023
By Springfield Armory Press Release
Designed to deliver purpose-built performance, the 5.56mm SAINT Victor line of AR-style rifles features intelligently thought-out upgrades and enhancements. Adding further capability to the line is this newest addition to the family — the SAINT Victor with Law Tactical Folder.
The Law Tactical folder, a premier folding stock adapter system designed for the AR family of firearms, allows for compact transportation and storage of this 16”-barreled 5.56mm carbine. The rugged and durable Law Tactical folder mechanism allows the buttstock assembly to fold alongside the left side of the rifle’s Type III hardcoat-anodized 7075-T6 forged aluminum receivers. The result is a 5.56mm carbine that is much easier to store and transport.
As with all Victors, this model features Springfield’s free float M-Lok handguard and performance upgrades for professional grade reliability. Enhancements include a premium nickel boron trigger, Melonite-coated barrel, enhanced Melonite-coated carrier group and a pinned low-profile gas block. A B5 Systems Type 23 P-Grip pistol grip enhances control and performance.
The bolt carrier group employs a heavy-duty M16-pattern bolt carrier along with a 9310 steel bolt, featuring high-pressure testing/magnetic particle inspection (HPT/MPI). In addition, the SAINT Victor Rifle comes outfitted with SA spring-loaded flip-up iron sights that are adjustable for windage and elevation. Topping off the 1:8” twist 16” CMV steel barrel is the SA Muzzle Brake, designed to simultaneously reduce muzzle rise and soften perceived recoil.
“The SAINT Victor has proven itself again and again to be a purpose-built, duty-ready AR carbine,” said Steve Kramer, Vice President of Marketing for Springfield Armory. “This new variant featuring the respected Law Tactical folding stock system offers even greater adaptability as well as portability.”
The SAINT Victor with Law Tactical Folder comes with a 30-round Magpul PMAG Gen M3™ magazine, and has an MSRP of $1,363.
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