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FNH M4 LAW ENFORCEMENT 5.56 ALL UPGRADES TRIJICON W/ 3X 500 RDS ++ CIVVIE LEGAL

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FN FNH FN-15 M4 MODEL “SRP G2” LAW ENFORCEMENT CARBINE AVAILABLE FOR CIVILIAN SALE THROUGH ROCKEROUP, LLC.. TRIJICON LEO MRO, TRIJICON 3X MAGNIFIER, SUREFIRE SUPPRESSOR READY FLASH HIDER, GEISSELE TIER TRIGGER GROUP  plus tons more! Ships as a “Pick up and Shoot” package with optics zeroed OR unfired your choice!

LAW ENFORCEMENT CARBINE: From the FN Law Enforcement website: “FN 15® 16″ SRP G2 Available for law enforcement. The FN 15® SRP G2 is streamlined, providing a multitude of MIL-SPEC configurations to meet and exceed agency needs. Specifically developed with law enforcement officers’ needs in mind, lightweight design with extended hand guards maximizing top rail space with multiple M-LOK slots and QD points for maximum configurability. Chambered in the battle-proven 5.56x45mm, these carbines offer high capacity and accuracy for every mission. LE pricing on request”. 

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 5-8lbs 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.

SEEKINS PRECISION: The LE version of any carbine has an $8 charging handle. We threw it in the trash with the trigger and installed a premier Seekins Precision unit.

MFT BATTLELINK STOCK: Cheese whiz stock 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 BATTLE LIGHT: Surefire Dual Fuel Scout Light Pro 1500 Lumens with 250 meter illumination. Dual Fuel allows the LEO to run off batteries or recharge using the USB port in their workstation (patrol vehicle). This unit can be mounted on either side and does not have a “pressure pad” since they are useless for our purposes. Your left hand grip automatically hits the hand stop positioning your left thumb for light operation.

SUREFIRE FLASH HIDER: Birdcage flash hider removed and disposed of properly. In the trash. Surefire SF3P flash hider installed and timed. Suppressor ready. Surefire SOCOM suppressors screw on over the flash hider. No fuss, no muss. Flash hider is approved for LEO use vs the brake or compensator which are not.

MAGPUL MS4 SLING: MS4 version, most expensive, two quick detach points. Carbine has eight (8) attach points to configure the sling as you see fit. The best configuration 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”. 

TRIJICON MRO W/ 3X MAGNIFIER: The MRO Patrol Adjustable LED model 2200018 has the ARD anti reflective device and lens cap covers not shown in the pictures. Optimized with a re-engineered objective lens to produce a refined 2.0 MOA center dot for precision use and immeditae CQB target acquisition. Mount is a push release system. The 3X magnifier allows the operator to reach out to 500 meters+ for silhouette smackdown or the apricot shot. Magnifier is on a quick release mount and has flip to side capability. When not in use keep flipped to the side. Can be removed in under two seconds and used as a hand held monocular. Focus ring insures those with eye issues can “focus” the red dot to accommodate said issues.

TROY OFFSET BUIS: Top of the line most expensive Back Up Iron Sights.. TROY. Pictures show Diamondhead plastic sights which tend to interfere with the magnifier set up. Yours ships with the more expensive bestest TROY offset BUIS installed ready to rock. 45 degree offset with the HK type protected front sight.

AMMUNITION 500 ROUNDS: Full unopened 500 round case of FMJ Full Metal Jacket whatever is in stock no choice!

ACCESSORIES: 1))) Ten (10) Lancer Warfighter magazines which are better than Magpul. So there. Hey I use Magpul though and have never had an issue with them. But yeah.. Lancer’s are better. 2))) Impact Weapons Components barrier hand stop M-LOK. Redundant and precise weapons position; hand stop locks your hand in the same spot routinely allowing for familiarity, redundancy, and in the end intimacy. Plus immediate access to your battle light. 

COST/BUILD: Theoretically you cannot get an FN SRP G2 LEO carbine but there are a few out there anyway; $1604 is what FN say’s. Trijicon Patrol MRO w/ ARD and covers model #2200018 with 3x magnifier 2600001 runs $1428. Premier Troy offset BUIS installed $250. Magpul MS4 sling $71, Seekins Precision another $90, Impact Hand Stop $37, Surefire Dual Fuel Battle Light $299. Ten Lancer Warfighter 30 round magazines (10 round substitutions available) $241. Ammunition 500 rounds as described $482. MFT Buttstroke Steel lined collapsible stock $77. Surefire Flash Hider SF3P suppressor ready, installed, $220. Geissele Trigger group installed, certified $222. Total if you could “build” your own cracks $5021. Then add GB fees.. Az pays tax visa mc discover AMEX add 3.5%

 

Description

FN FNH FN-15 M4 MODEL “SRP G2” LAW ENFORCEMENT CARBINE AVAILABLE FOR CIVILIAN SALE THROUGH ROCKEROUP, LLC.. TRIJICON LEO MRO, TRIJICON 3X MAGNIFIER, SUREFIRE SUPPRESSOR READY FLASH HIDER, GEISSELE TIER TRIGGER GROUP  plus tons more! Ships as a “Pick up and Shoot” package with optics zeroed OR unfired your choice!

LAW ENFORCEMENT CARBINE: From the FN Law Enforcement website: “FN 15® 16″ SRP G2 Available for law enforcement. The FN 15® SRP G2 is streamlined, providing a multitude of MIL-SPEC configurations to meet and exceed agency needs. Specifically developed with law enforcement officers’ needs in mind, lightweight design with extended hand guards maximizing top rail space with multiple M-LOK slots and QD points for maximum configurability. Chambered in the battle-proven 5.56x45mm, these carbines offer high capacity and accuracy for every mission. LE pricing on request”. 

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 5-8lbs 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.

SEEKINS PRECISION: The LE version of any carbine has an $8 charging handle. We threw it in the trash with the trigger and installed a premier Seekins Precision unit.

MFT BATTLELINK STOCK: Cheese whiz stock 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 BATTLE LIGHT: Surefire Dual Fuel Scout Light Pro 1500 Lumens with 250 meter illumination. Dual Fuel allows the LEO to run off batteries or recharge using the USB port in their workstation (patrol vehicle). This unit can be mounted on either side and does not have a “pressure pad” since they are useless for our purposes. Your left hand grip automatically hits the hand stop positioning your left thumb for light operation.

SUREFIRE FLASH HIDER: Birdcage flash hider removed and disposed of properly. In the trash. Surefire SF3P flash hider installed and timed. Suppressor ready. Surefire SOCOM suppressors screw on over the flash hider. No fuss, no muss. Flash hider is approved for LEO use vs the brake or compensator which are not.

MAGPUL MS4 SLING: MS4 version, most expensive, two quick detach points. Carbine has eight (8) attach points to configure the sling as you see fit. The best configuration 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”. 

TRIJICON MRO W/ 3X MAGNIFIER: The MRO Patrol Adjustable LED model 2200018 has the ARD anti reflective device and lens cap covers not shown in the pictures. Optimized with a re-engineered objective lens to produce a refined 2.0 MOA center dot for precision use and immeditae CQB target acquisition. Mount is a push release system. The 3X magnifier allows the operator to reach out to 500 meters+ for silhouette smackdown or the apricot shot. Magnifier is on a quick release mount and has flip to side capability. When not in use keep flipped to the side. Can be removed in under two seconds and used as a hand held monocular. Focus ring insures those with eye issues can “focus” the red dot to accommodate said issues.

TROY OFFSET BUIS: Top of the line most expensive Back Up Iron Sights.. TROY. Pictures show Diamondhead plastic sights which tend to interfere with the magnifier set up. Yours ships with the more expensive bestest TROY offset BUIS installed ready to rock. 45 degree offset with the HK type protected front sight.

AMMUNITION 500 ROUNDS: Full unopened 500 round case of FMJ Full Metal Jacket whatever is in stock no choice!

ACCESSORIES: 1))) Ten (10) Lancer Warfighter magazines which are better than Magpul. So there. Hey I use Magpul though and have never had an issue with them. But yeah.. Lancer’s are better. 2))) Impact Weapons Components barrier hand stop M-LOK. Redundant and precise weapons position; hand stop locks your hand in the same spot routinely allowing for familiarity, redundancy, and in the end intimacy. Plus immediate access to your battle light. 

COST/BUILD: Theoretically you cannot get an FN SRP G2 LEO carbine but there are a few out there anyway; $1604 is what FN say’s. Trijicon Patrol MRO w/ ARD and covers model #2200018 with 3x magnifier 2600001 runs $1428. Premier Troy offset BUIS installed $250. Magpul MS4 sling $71, Seekins Precision another $90, Impact Hand Stop $37, Surefire Dual Fuel Battle Light $299. Ten Lancer Warfighter 30 round magazines (10 round substitutions available) $241. Ammunition 500 rounds as described $482. MFT Buttstroke Steel lined collapsible stock $77. Surefire Flash Hider SF3P suppressor ready, installed, $220. Geissele Trigger group installed, certified $222. Total if you could “build” your own cracks $5021. Then add GB fees.. Az pays tax visa mc discover AMEX add 3.5%

 

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