Due to the still-growing popularity of AR pistols, some manufacturers are putting out new variations of their existing pistols. Changes between versions can range from caliber to furniture and sights. Now two of the industry’s most prolific companies, Springfield Armory and Magpul, have teamed up. Springfield Armory’s already successful SAINT Victor pistol is now available with Magpul’s BTR Arm Brace, creating a compact and capable package.
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Combining 5.56 power with an extremely portable package, the SAINT® Victor Pistol with Magpul® BTR Arm Brace is exceedingly capable and supremely controllable. The BTR Arm Brace features high-strength polymer and metal construction and makes stabilizing the Victor one-handed a breeze.
SAINT Victor Pistol Available With Magpul BTR Brace
The Springfield Armory SAINT Victor is built to be a handy and compact AR pistol. It uses a 7.5″ stainless steel barrel, surrounded by an M-LOK compatible handguard. The pistol is chambered in 5.56. Made to be durable, the bolt carrier group is made of 9130 steel and is Melonite-coated. The SAINT Victor is now available with Magpul’s BTR Arm Brace, which is intended to improve the single-handed use of the pistol. The BTR features a QD cup and M-LOK compatible slot, allowing ambidextrous attachment of your favorite sling. Magpul’s BTR is made of high-strength polymer and metal.
- Caliber: 5.56/.223
- Barrel length: 7.5″
- Overall length: 24.25″ to 25″
- Weight: 5 lbs, 5 oz
- MSRP: $1,249
If you want to add another shorty to the safe and this looks like your pistol, head to Springfield Armory’s website for more details. You can get further updates directly from Springfield Armory when you like and follow them on social media. Check them out on YouTube, Facebook, and Instagram. Keep collecting and training!
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