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SAINT® Victor .308 Pistol

Looks like Springfield Armory has come out with a 7.62 AR “pistol.” Part of their Saint line. Details below. Just so’s ya know I would nevef buy anything from SA personally .


M-LOK® ALUMINUM FREE FLOAT HANDGUARD

All Victor models include an M-Lok® aluminum free float handguard with patented SA Locking Tabs for rugged lock up. The slim, interrupted rail is perfectly suited for a comfortable forward hold with your support hand and is ready for mounting accessories of your choice.

  • Caliber .308 WIN (7.62x51mm NATO)
  • Color Black
  • Barrel 10.3″ CMV, Melonite®, 1:10
  • Upper Receiver Forged 7075 T6 Aluminum, Type III Hardcoat Anodized, Forward Assist
  • Lower Receiver Forged 7075 T6 Aluminum, Type III Hardcoat Anodized, Accu-Tite™ Tension System
  • Bolt Carrier Group .308 BCG w/ 9310 Steel Bolt, HPT/MPI, Melonite®
  • Gas System Direct Impingement Carbine-Length, Low-Profile Pinned Gas Block
  • Handguard Aluminum Free Float w/ Patented SA Locking Tabs, Forward Handstop, M-Lok®
  • Pistol Brace SB Tactical™ SBA3™
  • Trigger Nickel Boron Coated Flat GI
  • Muzzle Device SA 2-Piece Forward Blast Diverter
  • Receiver Extension SA Carbine
  • Receiver End Plate QD
  • Buffer Assembly Carbine “H” Heavy Tungsten Buffer
  • Charging Handle GI Style
  • Safety Switch Single Side
  • Trigger Guard Integral to Receiver
  • Pistol Grip BCMGUNFIGHTER™ Mod 3
  • Magazines (1) 20-Round Magpul® PMAG® Gen M3
  • Weight 8 lbs 6 oz
  • Length 28.25″ – 30.5″
  • MSRP $1,363

3 thoughts on “SAINT® Victor .308 Pistol”

  1. I’ve heard the same opinion of not buying Springfield Armory from many corners. If you’re willing to say what are your reasons?

    No dog in the fight just curious.

    Also if one were in the market for a shorty .308 would a pistol FAL or some form of AR be a better choice in your mind?

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    • besides their shady shit a few years ago over gun laws in IL and who they supported, I am not impressed with the quality of their Croatian and Philippine made firearms or their less than honest marketing that makes people think they are getting guns from the historic springfield arsenal

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  2. Somewhat embarrassed to admit that the object of a 308 pistol somewhat eludes me, unless the idea is to turn money into louder noise faster than the 223 or pistol caliber examples.

    What am I failing to understand?

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