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FN M4 LAW ENFORCEMENT 5.56 AIMPOINT GEISSELE SUREFIRE 1000 RDS M193 +++

$3,999.00

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FN FNH FN HERSTAL M4 FN-15 5.56 NATO CIVILIAN LEGAL // LAW ENFORCEMENT M4 ALL UPGRADES CIVILIAN LEGAL AIMPOINT COMP M4s RED DOT, 1000 ROUNDS PREMIER AMMUNITION, GEISSELE, SUREFIRE, 10 MAGPUL MAGAZINES, ISSUE BAYONET +++

LAW ENFORCEMENT CARBINE: From the FN Law Enforcement website: “FN 15® 16″ Available for law enforcement. The FN 15® is streamlined, providing a multitude of MIL-SPEC configurations to meet and exceed agency needs. Specifically developed with law enforcement officers’ needs in mind this lightweight design with Magpul forend exceeds those standard needs. Chambered in the battle-proven 5.56x45mm, these carbines offer high capacity and accuracy for every mission. LE pricing on request”. Note this carbine has the bayonet lug and the bayonet (not shown) is included.

ROCKEGROUP’S LEO CARBINE: FN makes a superior carbine and is the number one provider to the U.S. Military for their weapons needs to include the M4 and M16. Colt has been allowed back in the fold and does provide M4 units (not exclusively) but again the #1 military provider is FN. Simply superior. However, like every “Law Enforcement Carbine” from every manufacturer the carbine is “dumbed down” for Law Enforcement. You get a Battle Trigger, Crapass Charging Handle, and a Cheese Whiz stock. Every time. Hey do not worry.. we fixed em all so they are still Law Enforcement legal re: litigation yet are now truly Tier One Operator units.

BATTLE TRIGGER TRASHED A Battle Trigger has a pull weight of 8lbs plus with tons of creep and stuttering. Originally dual purpose for fully automatic and semi automatic fire in the semi mode they are horrific. Military keeps battle triggers in the fold for the common fodder allegedly to decrease accidental discharges which theoretically saves lives. Bull crap. More training would save lives (re: ADs). In my opinion the battle trigger actually costs American lives. By the time the average soldier can pull through the creep and poundage his/her sights have wandered off and on target enough to substantially decrease accuracy and decrease hit probability. Misses are costly and can/do result in casualties. On your side. Law enforcement has kept battle triggers in their carbines for litigious reasons only. Attorney’s suing LE municipalities can sit in front of a jury and speak of the “hair trigger” the officer had in his carbine and blah blah blah. The LEO is responsible for each of his fired rounds; if he/she is creeping through a trigger press/jerk/pull with a battle trigger with wandering sights the odds of a miss are enhanced. A miss potentially kills/wounds bystanders = litigation. 

 GEISSELE SSA INSTALLED: The Geissele 4.5 lb SSA trigger is now considered an asset to the LEO as it allows the operator to roll through a trigger press whilst maintaining the sights on the subject resulting in a hit on the subject vs an erroneous shot gone whom knows where. The 4.5 lb threshold has “caught on” as the minimum for a tactical rifle and I wholeheartedly agree. By the way a 4.5 lb trigger is not comparable in any norm to 4.5 lbs. Holding a 5 lb bag of sugar is not in any way comparable to a 5 lb trigger. It is a misnomer which has led to massive confusion on the part of the average consumer whom believes a 5-8 lb trigger is the same as holding 5-8 lbs of weight. It is not. The Geissele SSA at an LEO approved 4.5 lbs is a wonder to roll through. Your 2.5 lb triggers are for high end hunting rifles in which typically one round will be fired from a steady rest position and the 3.5 lb triggers are normally reserved for competitive shooters operating on a set course of fire. Rockegroup installed the upgraded Geissele SSA trigger group and threw the battle trigger in the trash. Note these are two stage allowing to sweep through the first stage to a “stop” where it will release at approx 2.5 lbs. You may easily however

CMMG PRECISION: The LE version of any carbine has a $15 charging handle. We threw it in the trash with the trigger and installed a premier CMMG Precision unit. The new ambidextrous charging handle is designed to improve the operation of your AR. Gross motor skill operation, gloved operation, or just trying to get ahold of your latch with an optic mounted are greatly improved by the larger latch design. The ambidextrous latches allows for easy operation no matter which hand you use to charge the weapon.

MFT BATTLELINK STOCK: Cheese whiz stock also thrown in the trash and replaced with the MFT Battlelink™ Extreme Duty Minimalist “Buttstroke” Stock. Recognizing the need for a more robust stock capable of withstanding long term and CQB abuse the “Extreme Duty” is one of the very few adjustable stocks rated as “Buttstroke Approved”. The stock not only will withstand a standard buttstroke but the reinforced metal chassis insures the proper stroke will fell your opponent. Keep in mind, dependent on circumstances, an extra stroke or two may be required. Angled non-slip rubberized removable buttpad allows faster presentation; multiple sling slots with single point mount points. Quick detach sling mounting point is positioned in the rear. Upper section provides enhanced cheek weld. Single MLOK connection point. Modular Buffer Tube Plunger System, reinforced with a metal chassis. 

STOCK TALK: A collapsible stock was not designed (on an AR) to adjust for LOP or length of pull. It was designed to adjust the stock dependent on outerwear; t shirt vs bullet proof vest vs plate carrier, etc. New AR shooters and most civilians pull the stock all the way out, blade the adversary, and have the stock in your shoulder. NOT. The stock belongs nigh to all the way in, your nose nearly touches the charging handle, and the stock butt is slightly off center of “center chest” while you are facing, not blading, the adversary. I am sure Langdon or Blish or whomever has a video for you or go to YouTube. Cause you look silly at the range. Prone medium and long range is different than CQB Alex. And hey why I am at it why do you shoot off a lead sled if you are not chronographing or checking handloads?

SUREFIRE PROCOMP: Birdcage flash hider removed and also disposed of properly. In the trash. Surefire PROCOMP muzzle brake installed and timed. It greatly reduces both recoil impulse and muzzle rise so that the weapon tracks straight back to keep you on target for faster shot-to-shot recovery. The patented Impulse Diffusion design minimizes side blast and rear-directed concussion effects. Precision machined from US mill-certified steel bar stock including high-precision cut threads for optimum thread interface the ProComp 556 muzzle brake has a black Melonite finish that provides maximum protection under harsh environmental conditions. NOTE: This model cannot be used to mount SureFire SOCOM suppressors. If you wish to mount a suppressor the PROCOMP screws off. Note: Not all Law Enforcement departments will authorize a brake; if you need the flash hider we will put a Surefire Flash Hider on.

MAGPUL MS SLING: MS version, Coyote Brown/FDE. Quick release rear off the MFT stock. The best configuration for the sling is to take it off, put it in a drawer, and forget you ever saw it. Unless you go to school; then you can hang your M4 for hours while your instructor answers freaking goofball questions from “that guy”. 

AMMUNITION 800 ROUNDS: Winchester 5.56 NATO 55 grain M193 FMJ full metal jacket. Full unopened 800 round case of Geneva Conventions approved FMJ..

AIMPOINT COMP M4s: Government issue Aimpoint Comp M4s is the standard military, Homeland Security, DOE, Gov’t issue red dot optic. Improvements include advanced energy efficiency that provides 8 years of continuous use from a single AA battery, night vision capable, waterproof, and dustproof. M4 series are the toughest sights that Aimpoint has ever produced and they are the standard infantry soldier sight in NATO countries; extremely rugged and operate continuously for up to 8 years using a single AA battery. CompM4s is the latest version of the U.S. Army´s M68CCO (Close-Combat Optic). Note that these upgraded units have the cantilever Larue mount installed. If at some point you wish to put a magnifier on it will fit by simply moving the M4s forward on the rail. FN FN-15 M4 has a pop up BUIS rear sight which will co-witness through the red dot; so if you left your red dot on (you are supposed to) and 9 years goes by and the battery dies you can still use the platform; the rear sight and front sight are visible through the optic.

SAFARILAND LE CASE: Safariland matching LE Law Enforcement soft case with exterior pockets, interior straps, stock and barrel shrouds, backpack straps, heavy duty canvas, water resistant, weather impervious. 

COST/BUILD: An LE FN-15 M4 is running $1350 shipped on Gunbroker today. Aimpoint Comp M4s $920 no mount. Larue mount installed $149. Magpul FDE sling $71, CMMG charging handle $90. Ten matching Magpul FDE 30 round magazines (10 round substitutions available) $241. Ammunition 800 rounds as described $682. MFT Buttstroke Steel lined collapsible stock $77. Bayonet included $140. Surefire PROCOMP muzzle brake installed, $120. Geissele Trigger group installed, certified $252. Safariland LE soft case $172. Total if you could “build” your own cracks $4264. Then add GB fees.. Az pays tax visa mc discover AMEX add 3.5%

 

Description

FN FNH FN HERSTAL M4 FN-15 5.56 NATO CIVILIAN LEGAL // LAW ENFORCEMENT M4 ALL UPGRADES CIVILIAN LEGAL AIMPOINT COMP M4s RED DOT, 1000 ROUNDS PREMIER AMMUNITION, GEISSELE, SUREFIRE, 10 MAGPUL MAGAZINES, ISSUE BAYONET +++

LAW ENFORCEMENT CARBINE: From the FN Law Enforcement website: “FN 15® 16″ Available for law enforcement. The FN 15® is streamlined, providing a multitude of MIL-SPEC configurations to meet and exceed agency needs. Specifically developed with law enforcement officers’ needs in mind this lightweight design with Magpul forend exceeds those standard needs. Chambered in the battle-proven 5.56x45mm, these carbines offer high capacity and accuracy for every mission. LE pricing on request”. Note this carbine has the bayonet lug and the bayonet (not shown) is included.

ROCKEGROUP’S LEO CARBINE: FN makes a superior carbine and is the number one provider to the U.S. Military for their weapons needs to include the M4 and M16. Colt has been allowed back in the fold and does provide M4 units (not exclusively) but again the #1 military provider is FN. Simply superior. However, like every “Law Enforcement Carbine” from every manufacturer the carbine is “dumbed down” for Law Enforcement. You get a Battle Trigger, Crapass Charging Handle, and a Cheese Whiz stock. Every time. Hey do not worry.. we fixed em all so they are still Law Enforcement legal re: litigation yet are now truly Tier One Operator units.

BATTLE TRIGGER TRASHED A Battle Trigger has a pull weight of 8lbs plus with tons of creep and stuttering. Originally dual purpose for fully automatic and semi automatic fire in the semi mode they are horrific. Military keeps battle triggers in the fold for the common fodder allegedly to decrease accidental discharges which theoretically saves lives. Bull crap. More training would save lives (re: ADs). In my opinion the battle trigger actually costs American lives. By the time the average soldier can pull through the creep and poundage his/her sights have wandered off and on target enough to substantially decrease accuracy and decrease hit probability. Misses are costly and can/do result in casualties. On your side. Law enforcement has kept battle triggers in their carbines for litigious reasons only. Attorney’s suing LE municipalities can sit in front of a jury and speak of the “hair trigger” the officer had in his carbine and blah blah blah. The LEO is responsible for each of his fired rounds; if he/she is creeping through a trigger press/jerk/pull with a battle trigger with wandering sights the odds of a miss are enhanced. A miss potentially kills/wounds bystanders = litigation. 

 GEISSELE SSA INSTALLED: The Geissele 4.5 lb SSA trigger is now considered an asset to the LEO as it allows the operator to roll through a trigger press whilst maintaining the sights on the subject resulting in a hit on the subject vs an erroneous shot gone whom knows where. The 4.5 lb threshold has “caught on” as the minimum for a tactical rifle and I wholeheartedly agree. By the way a 4.5 lb trigger is not comparable in any norm to 4.5 lbs. Holding a 5 lb bag of sugar is not in any way comparable to a 5 lb trigger. It is a misnomer which has led to massive confusion on the part of the average consumer whom believes a 5-8 lb trigger is the same as holding 5-8 lbs of weight. It is not. The Geissele SSA at an LEO approved 4.5 lbs is a wonder to roll through. Your 2.5 lb triggers are for high end hunting rifles in which typically one round will be fired from a steady rest position and the 3.5 lb triggers are normally reserved for competitive shooters operating on a set course of fire. Rockegroup installed the upgraded Geissele SSA trigger group and threw the battle trigger in the trash. Note these are two stage allowing to sweep through the first stage to a “stop” where it will release at approx 2.5 lbs. You may easily however

CMMG PRECISION: The LE version of any carbine has a $15 charging handle. We threw it in the trash with the trigger and installed a premier CMMG Precision unit. The new ambidextrous charging handle is designed to improve the operation of your AR. Gross motor skill operation, gloved operation, or just trying to get ahold of your latch with an optic mounted are greatly improved by the larger latch design. The ambidextrous latches allows for easy operation no matter which hand you use to charge the weapon.

MFT BATTLELINK STOCK: Cheese whiz stock also thrown in the trash and replaced with the MFT Battlelink™ Extreme Duty Minimalist “Buttstroke” Stock. Recognizing the need for a more robust stock capable of withstanding long term and CQB abuse the “Extreme Duty” is one of the very few adjustable stocks rated as “Buttstroke Approved”. The stock not only will withstand a standard buttstroke but the reinforced metal chassis insures the proper stroke will fell your opponent. Keep in mind, dependent on circumstances, an extra stroke or two may be required. Angled non-slip rubberized removable buttpad allows faster presentation; multiple sling slots with single point mount points. Quick detach sling mounting point is positioned in the rear. Upper section provides enhanced cheek weld. Single MLOK connection point. Modular Buffer Tube Plunger System, reinforced with a metal chassis. 

STOCK TALK: A collapsible stock was not designed (on an AR) to adjust for LOP or length of pull. It was designed to adjust the stock dependent on outerwear; t shirt vs bullet proof vest vs plate carrier, etc. New AR shooters and most civilians pull the stock all the way out, blade the adversary, and have the stock in your shoulder. NOT. The stock belongs nigh to all the way in, your nose nearly touches the charging handle, and the stock butt is slightly off center of “center chest” while you are facing, not blading, the adversary. I am sure Langdon or Blish or whomever has a video for you or go to YouTube. Cause you look silly at the range. Prone medium and long range is different than CQB Alex. And hey why I am at it why do you shoot off a lead sled if you are not chronographing or checking handloads?

SUREFIRE PROCOMP: Birdcage flash hider removed and also disposed of properly. In the trash. Surefire PROCOMP muzzle brake installed and timed. It greatly reduces both recoil impulse and muzzle rise so that the weapon tracks straight back to keep you on target for faster shot-to-shot recovery. The patented Impulse Diffusion design minimizes side blast and rear-directed concussion effects. Precision machined from US mill-certified steel bar stock including high-precision cut threads for optimum thread interface the ProComp 556 muzzle brake has a black Melonite finish that provides maximum protection under harsh environmental conditions. NOTE: This model cannot be used to mount SureFire SOCOM suppressors. If you wish to mount a suppressor the PROCOMP screws off. Note: Not all Law Enforcement departments will authorize a brake; if you need the flash hider we will put a Surefire Flash Hider on.

MAGPUL MS SLING: MS version, Coyote Brown/FDE. Quick release rear off the MFT stock. The best configuration for the sling is to take it off, put it in a drawer, and forget you ever saw it. Unless you go to school; then you can hang your M4 for hours while your instructor answers freaking goofball questions from “that guy”. 

AMMUNITION 800 ROUNDS: Winchester 5.56 NATO 55 grain M193 FMJ full metal jacket. Full unopened 800 round case of Geneva Conventions approved FMJ..

AIMPOINT COMP M4s: Government issue Aimpoint Comp M4s is the standard military, Homeland Security, DOE, Gov’t issue red dot optic. Improvements include advanced energy efficiency that provides 8 years of continuous use from a single AA battery, night vision capable, waterproof, and dustproof. M4 series are the toughest sights that Aimpoint has ever produced and they are the standard infantry soldier sight in NATO countries; extremely rugged and operate continuously for up to 8 years using a single AA battery. CompM4s is the latest version of the U.S. Army´s M68CCO (Close-Combat Optic). Note that these upgraded units have the cantilever Larue mount installed. If at some point you wish to put a magnifier on it will fit by simply moving the M4s forward on the rail. FN FN-15 M4 has a pop up BUIS rear sight which will co-witness through the red dot; so if you left your red dot on (you are supposed to) and 9 years goes by and the battery dies you can still use the platform; the rear sight and front sight are visible through the optic.

SAFARILAND LE CASE: Safariland matching LE Law Enforcement soft case with exterior pockets, interior straps, stock and barrel shrouds, backpack straps, heavy duty canvas, water resistant, weather impervious. 

COST/BUILD: An LE FN-15 M4 is running $1350 shipped on Gunbroker today. Aimpoint Comp M4s $920 no mount. Larue mount installed $149. Magpul FDE sling $71, CMMG charging handle $90. Ten matching Magpul FDE 30 round magazines (10 round substitutions available) $241. Ammunition 800 rounds as described $682. MFT Buttstroke Steel lined collapsible stock $77. Bayonet included $140. Surefire PROCOMP muzzle brake installed, $120. Geissele Trigger group installed, certified $252. Safariland LE soft case $172. Total if you could “build” your own cracks $4264. Then add GB fees.. Az pays tax visa mc discover AMEX add 3.5%

 

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