Smith & Wesson M&P10

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Smith & Wesson M&P10
Type Semi-automatic rifle
Place of origin  United States
Production history
Manufacturer Smith & Wesson
Unit cost $1,619
Produced 2013-present[1]
Specifications
Weight 3,497.3 g (7.710 lb)
Length 40.9 in (104 cm) Extended
37.6 in (96 cm) Collapsed
Barrel length 45.7 cm (18.0 in)

Cartridge .308 Winchester/7.62x51mm NATO
Action Direct impingement
Feed system 10-round detachable box magazine

The Smith & Wesson M&P10 is Smith & Wesson's modified version of the AR-10 rifle.

Design details[edit]

The M&P10 series of rifles is based on the AR-10 platform. Smith & Wesson offers the M&P10 semi-automatic rifles in a variety of configurations tailored to specific shooting applications and styles. The standard model has a six-position collapsible stock, 4140 steel barrel, 7075 T6 aluminum receiver and a hard-coat black anodized finish.

Variants[edit]

Unveiled at 2013 SHOT Show, the rifle is available in several variants; the M&P10 (CA Compliant), M&P10 (Compliant), and the M&P10 CAMO. All are chambered in .308 Winchester, and range in price from $1,619 to $1,729.[2]

  • M&P10 CA Compliant: features a California Bullet Button, making it compliant for sale to civilians in California.[3]
  • M&P10 Compliant: features a fixed extended stock and non-threaded barrel, making it compliant for sale to civilians in Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Jersey, and New York.[4]
  • M&P10 CAMO: features a Magpul Original Equipment rifle stock and hunter's camouflage finish on the receiver, handguard, and pistol grip.[5]

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