First Look: Savage Arms MSR 15 Blackout

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posted on May 4, 2018
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Savage Arms has introduced its new MSR 15 Blackout, an extension of the MSR line that the company introduced last year. Chambered in .300 Blackout, the configuration uses a pistol-length gas system, allowing users to utilize suppressors and reliably cycle subsonic ammunition without adding length and weight; it has an overall length of 29.475 inches and weighs 6.14 pounds. Its 10.5-inch melonite QPQ coated barrel’s 5R button rifling provides accuracy and maneuverability, and a full suite of accessory upgrades make the MSR 15 Blackout easy and comfortable to shoot.

Additional features include:
• Custom-forged lower receiver
• KAK Shockwave Brace
• Savage helical flash hider
• 5/8-24 threaded barrel
• Hogue 
pistol grip
• Free-float handguard with M-LOK
• Magpul MBUS flip-up front and rear sights

The MSR 15 Blackout ships with a 30-round Magpul PMag and has an MSRP of $1,099.

For more information, go to savagearms.com.

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