Buy Online UTAS UTS-15 and M1A Sniper Rifle For Sale
The TacOpShop specializes in those tricked-out rifles you see at the gunshows, high-end gun dealers, and on internet sites, like this one, but can’t afford because they’re asking $3,000 for ’em. Most fellas want one if it wouldn’t make a bigger dent on their budget than .50 Caliber BMG on steel silhouettes.
UTAS UTS-15 FOR SALE — 14+1 12GA
The fully US-Manufactured UTAS UTS-15 for Sale. The UTS-15 tactical shotgun is a 12 ga. pump action shotgun with two 7-round alternately feeding or selectable magazine tubes. The UTS-15 has a 28.3” overall length with a 18.5” barrel, chambered for 2 ½” , 2 ¾” and 3” magnum ammunition. Constructed primarily of fiber reinforced injection molded polymer the UTS-15 weight only 6.9 lbs, for quick pointing and easy handling. The top mounted picatinny rail allows for the mounting of a wide variety of both iron and optical sights, which coupled with Beretta style barrel threading for choke tubes allows the UTS-15 to adapt to any situation.
Bullpup design: pistol grip and trigger are located forward of the barrel breech and action assembly. This allows for the same barrel length as a traditional shotgun but shortens the overall length of the weapon.
Top mounted picatinny rail: allows for the mounting of a wide variety of iron and optical sights.
Twin magazine tubes: set above the barrel to allow for easy access to the loading ports.
Alternating or select tube feed: a selector switch located on the top of the tube/barrel assembly allows for use of multiple ammo types (ie: buckshot and birdshot; buckshot and rubber pellets; etc).
Built-in laser/light controls: the right side of the grip is reserved for controls (a button) for controlling the optional light and laser assembly.
Threaded barrel: Beretta-style barrel threading for choke tubes allows the UTS-15 to be adapted for any situation and a range of attachments.
SPRINGFIELD M1A SNIPER FOR SALE — 308/7.62NATO
The Fully US-Manufactured M1A sniper rifle for sale. After World War II, the engineers at the US Government’s Springfield Armory® set about designing a replacement for the M1 Garand. In 1959, the US military adopted the resultant M14. The rugged reliability of the M14 coupled with its formidable 7.62×51 NATO cartridge left an enduring impression on America’s fighting forces despite its relatively short tenure. When it was replaced in 1970, the stage was set for the next step in its history.
In 1974, the Reese family ensured that the legacy of the M14 would live on. Springfield Armory® in Geneseo, Illinois began offering a civilian legal semi-automatic version known as the M1A™. Powerful, accurate and reliable, M1A’s™ were soon found dominating the National Matches at Camp Perry. Shooters across the country discovered the versatility and enjoyable satisfaction of owning an M1A™.