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YukonGlocker said:
15A deletes the removable carry handle; and adds a folding rear sight.



15T adds a fold down front sight, 4 rail forend (which free floats the barrel), and rail covers.


All internal hardware and mechanisms are the same throughout each model. The only differences are just as Yukon has stated.



 

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Thanks for the info. Now if I can just convince myself I need the free floating barrel, that'll make the $500 (list) difference in price between the 15 and 15T worth it. Actually, I need to convince my wife
 

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The 15T is a great deal if you plan to mount things on the railed forend. And with the flip down sights, it is ready for any optic you want.



I don't have any use for the railed forend, so the 15A is the ideal setup for me. :wink:
 

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YukonGlocker said:
The 15T is a great deal if you plan to mount things on the railed forend. And with the flip down sights, it is ready for any optic you want.



I don't have any use for the railed forend, so the 15A is the ideal setup for me. :wink:




What are you using for your optics Yukon? Aimpoint here with my 15A, but I did get a 2 pice rail set from MI, so I could mount some additional goodies...



 

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I just use iron sights. I can make very accurate hits out to 200 yards with the irons. (Probably further than that; I just haven't tried yet.) When I do get an optic, it will be magnified. I would really like an ACOG.
 
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