Shooting the Smith&Wesson M&P-10 308/7.62x51mm Semi-Auto Carbine -

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Jeff Quinn ( ) tests the Smith&Wesson M&P-10 308/7.62x51mm Semi-Automatic Carbine.

Smith&Wesson got into the AR-15 market a few years ago, and they did it well. I am glad to see that with their new AR-10 style M&P-10, they got it right again. They were successful in holding the weight down to where a fighting or hunting rifle should be, without sacrificing quality, features, or accuracy. The original AR-10 rifle designed by Eugene Stoner was meant to be lightweight and handy. Chambered for the 308, the original weighed in at around seven and one-half pounds. Over the past couple of decades, the execution of that design has resulted in heavier rifles, but this M&P-10 is getting this almost six-decades-old design back to where it should be; a lightweight, handy, and powerful fighting rifle, but it is much better than the original, and is one of the best executions of the AR-10 design ever brought to market. The M&P-10 is accurate, reliable, easy to operate, ambidextrous, and made in the USA. I like it, and highly recommend it.

MSRP on the S&W M&P-10 shown here is, as of the date of this review, $1619 US, but doing some shopping, it can probably be bought for less.

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