A semi-automatic commercial export model of the Swiss SG-510-4 battle rifle, the AMT (American Match Target) was imported by several firms, with this example imported by Benet Arms. In keeping with Swiss military tradition, the 510-4 was built for ranged precision while still being a rugged infantry rifle capable of handling the harsh conditions of alpine warfare and was sought out by nations such as Bolivia and Chile for issue as designated marksman weapons. Post front sight and 600-meter range adjustable peep rear sight, flash hider, swiveling bipod mounted at the front of the ventilated handguard, and a folding carry handle. The receiver is equipped with a "T" shaped cocking handle, "S/1" marked 3-position selector and "5932/SIG/Made/In/Switzerland" on top of the buttstock socket. Equipped with a ribbed plastic pistol grip, walnut forearm and buttstock, and a ribbed steel buttplate.
Excellent overall, retaining 95% original finish with limited handling marks and some spotting on the lower receiver and buttstock socket as well as a few minor dings in the wood. Mechanically excellent.
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