November 09, 2021
By Firearms News Staff
Smith & Wesson broke ground for its new headquarters on November 5th in Maryville, Tennessee and, to celebrate this historic move from our long-time headquarters at 2100 Roosevelt Ave, Smith & Wesson has released 2,100 limited-edition M&P15T II engraved rifles. Engraved on the magazine well is an eagle, American flag, and the text “Since 1852 Protecting the 2nd,” representing the company’s commitment to the 2nd Amendment and its customers.
The M&P 15T II Engraved rifle features a free-float 16-inch barrel that features 5R rifling with a twist rate of 1:8 and is equipped with a mid-length gas system delivering reduced recoil and efficient cycling. A forged, oversized trigger guard provides maximum clearance when wearing gloves and the rifle is equipped with a new flat face trigger for a crisp and consistent trigger pull. The M&P15T II comes standard with a Radian Raptor-LT charging handle, providing ambidextrous manipulation. Also included is a Magpul CTR carbine-length stock and a 15-inch aluminum M-Lok handguard topped with Magpul MBUS sights.
The MSRP on the new M&P15T II Engraved Limited-Edition rifle is $1,372.
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