New Arsenal “Las Vegas” SAM7R MSR

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Arsenal has come out with a new limited-edition modern sporting rifle called the “Las Vegas.” According to the company the new rifle is meant as a celebration of their own Las Vegas heritage and also supports the Las Vegas Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America.

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From Arsenal:

“Arsenal Inc. proudly introduces the limited edition “Las Vegas” SAM7R Modern Sporting Rifle. Each rifle features a solid-silver, high-relief medallion embedded in the stock. This limited edition rifle celebrates Arsenal’s Las Vegas heritage and its support for the Las Vegas Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America. The Boy Scouts of America has introduced more youth to the sport of shooting than almost any organization. For over 100 years, the Boy Scouts have actively trained young shooters to respect and safely handle firearms. Arsenal recognizes that young people are the key to the future of shooting sports and the protection of our constitutional rights. As such, Arsenal supports organizations, such as the Boy Scouts, that introduce young people into the sport of shooting. In addition to being the title sponsor of the annual Las Vegas Area Council Sporting Clays event, Arsenal will donate $100 from the proceeds of every limited edition rifle sold to the Boy Scouts.

The SAM7R features Arsenal’s exclusive forged then milled receiver, original Bulgarian hammer forged chrome lined barrel, 14x1mm left-hand muzzle threads, removable muzzle brake, bayonet lug, US made mil-spec polymer stock set with stainless heat shield, cleaning kit compartment, 800 meter adjustable rear sight leaf, side-mounted base rail for a scope mount. The limited edition “Las Vegas” SAM7R will be offered in three editions. All three editions are solid silver, each with its specialty coating:

· Gun Metal Black Edition $1349.00 (only 150 rifles will be available) Item # SAM7R-67B
· Silver Edition $1399.00 (only 100 rifles will be available) Item # SAM7R-67S
· Gold Edition $1449.00 (only 50 rifles will be available) Item # SAM7R-67G

Purchase these rifles separately, or all the rifles together for a complete limited edition set! This limited run of the SAM7R rifle is now available through our dealers and retail outlets.”

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Take a look online: http://www.arsenalinc.com/usa/SAM7R-LAS-VEGAS.html



katie.ainsworth

Katie is an avid shooter, hunter, military journalist, and Southern girl. Firearms are her passion whether at the range or on a spot-and-stalk after a big buck. She’s a staff writer at The Firearm Blog and writes about guns, hunting, and the military for various publications both online and in print such as Outdoor Life, Handguns, and Shooting Illustrated. Shoot her a message at ainsworth.kat@usa.com


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  • MR

    “…of every limited edition rifle sold to the Boy Scouts.”

    How many rifles are the Boy Scouts planning to buy? 😉

    • MR

      Stop clubbing, baby seals.

    • Llewellyn Franks

      Funny thing, according to BSA rules scouts arent allowed to use any firearm other than a single shot .22lr rifle, so probably none. However Venture crews are allowed to use whatever firearm they like.

      • Training Counselor

        The Boy Scouts of America has a strong and diverse shooting sports program. While the single shot .22LR is the backbone of the rifle program, multiple scout camps have center fire ranges, most have .50 muzzleloader, Cub Scouts have bb rifles, often with olympic sights. Pistol is used with older Scouts, Explorers, Sea Scouts, and Venture crews, some of which participate in CMP and NRA competitions at Camp Perry. Shotgun is either 12 or 20 gauge, semi-auto or single shot as chosen by the Camp or Council.
        16 positions on the ranges.
        What was your question? How many firearms are the Boy Scouts going to buy?
        Lots.
        ~ Don McGaffey
        Training Counselor

        • Llewellyn Franks

          Woops, I forgot avout shotgun and the high adventure camps

  • Bman

    Milled AK’s just look so wrong without wood.

  • SD

    K-VAR is really out of touch. I don’t know if it has to do with being snubbed by Arsenal of Bulgaria while they’re busy building rifles for conflicts in the ME, but they sure celebrate and commemorate a lot of stupid things.

  • Vitsaus

    Game changer.

  • Texas-Roll-Over

    I have an SGL31-61, it kicks ass.

    Arsenal for some reason or another though isn’t really expanding on anything. And with the price hikes in AK’s I find it hard to stomach another “plain jane” AK.

    Especially with fresh competition coming from Kalishnikov USA.

    • MR

      “The problem with Arsenal is, they always try to walk it in.”-The IT Crowd

    • Rusty Shackleford

      You also have pretty nice offerings available like the PSA-47 and the M+M Hybrid.

  • iksnilol

    I thought a Las Vegas rifle would either:

    -be pimptastic
    or
    -have a folding stock and short barrel so you can easily hide it under your clothes so you can bring it into a casino for the big heist.

  • JV

    this just screams “hey guys we have too many milled AK’s nobody wants here is a sticker!”