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DPMS Panther 308 Mk. 12

This new DPMS features an 18-inch 416 stainless-steel heavy barrel, button-rifled with a 1:10 RH twist. Accuracy is maximized by the use of a free-float quad-rail handguard, and Midwest Ind. flip-up sights come standard.

The upper (6066 T6 aluminum) and lower (milled 6061-T6 aluminum) receivers are hard coat anodized. A Magpul CTR adjustable stock, Hogue pistol grip, and two-stage, match-grade trigger make it a comfortable rifle to shoot. Two 19-round magazines, a nylon web sling, and a cleaning kit are included. Weight: 9.6 pounds. Length: 40.25 inches with stock extended.


MSRP: $1,709. 800-578-3767.


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