FN Announces Three New FN 15 DMR3 Rifles

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FN America FN 15 DMR3 DMR rifle AR-15

FN America’s new FN 15 DMR3 rifles feature a SureFire procomp brake, Geissele 2-stage G2S trigger, and Radian charging handle and safety selector.

From FN America . . .

FN America, LLC announces the release of three new FN 15 models in designated marksman rifle (DMR) configuration. In its third edition, the FN 15 DMR3 is now available in several new colors – matte black anodize, flat dark earth (FDE) or tungsten gray Cerakote. The FN 15 DMR3 has received several notable upgrades to enhance accuracy and curb felt recoil including a new 18-inch barrel, SureFire ProComp muzzle brake and Geissele two-stage trigger.

The all-new DMR3 is an extremely accurate and reliable rifle with an 18-inch Hybrid-profile that provides the just-right balance between rigidity for accuracy and a weight light enough for quick maneuverability. The cold hammer-forged barrel is chrome-lined with 1:8 twist made from FN’s proprietary machine gun barrel steel and features a rifle-length gas system with pinned low-profile gas block. Finished with a SureFire ProComp muzzle brake, felt recoil is drastically reduced and the rifle’s muzzle stays flat for faster shot-to-shot recovery.

FN America FN 15 DMR3 DMR rifle AR-15

The 14 5/8-inch aluminum handguard uses Hodge Defense’s wedge-lock technology for an extremely rigid setup that minimizes deflection and allows for a fully free-floated barrel, further aiding accuracy. It’s continuous MIL-STD Picatinny rail at 12 o’clock and multiple M-LOK attachment slots allow the user to fully customize the setup, with ample space for optics and other accessories.

FN America FN 15 DMR3 DMR rifle AR-15

The MIL-SPEC lower receiver is forged aluminum and features an M16-style bolt carrier group with high pressure/magnetic particle inspected and certified bolt. The addition of the Geissele two-stage precision G2S trigger allows for exceptional trigger control with the first stage trigger pull ranging from 4.25-4.75lbs and the second stage ranging from 2.75-3lbs.

DMR3 Furniture

Finished with FN’s custom furniture including ergonomic pistol grip, six-position collapsible carbine stock and 30-round magazine along with Radian Raptor-LT ambidextrous charging handle and Radian Talon ambidextrous safety selector.

See the all-new FN 15 DMR3 at the company’s booth (#2923) at the 151st NRA Annual Meeting in Houston, Texas, from May 27 through May 29, 2022. Learn more about the FN 15 DMR3 and other FN 15 models by visiting www.fnamerica.com or the FN Booth at the 151st NRA Annual Meeting.

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    • We have some great news for you, Chris. Thanks to our policies, $2,300 is the new $1,600. You’re welcome, and thank you for your continued support.

  1. Don’t be that asshole with a brake on your AR-15. It isn’t necessary and you are being an annoying ass hat to the rest of us on the line. If you can’t handle the recoil with a flash hider then just go with a .22 LR and be the wuss that is you.

  2. Well, it seems like a nice rifle, and I’m all for my choices in the market. That said, I just can’t get excited about another AR-15. Especially at the price point.

  3. It does look like a decent AR, but what’s going on with the muzzle brake. I mean, it’s only a .223.

    • If you’re building for minimal weight + minimal kick, you’re stuck with either smoothing it out with the buffer system, or reducing it raw with a muzzle blast amplifier.

      My 223 rocks a 24″ bull barrel and a magpul PRS. The extra ballast alone soaks up whatever kick the gun would have had.

      • A brake on a poodle shooter barrel serves the same function as the ” million horse muffler” on that obnoxious teenaged coolkids rice burner up the street. I’ll bet you wouldn’t need near as long of an extension tube to fill it up with insulating foam to solve the problem as the car needs either.

  4. The Market has been “AR15 Saturated” since 2014. So many are out there in all types of variants. .223 is a little cheaper than 5.56, and that’s all I’ve used in my ARs these past 3 to 4 years.

    Anything above $1200 is beyond a Rip-Off at this point. Mini-14s are running over $1000 now too. IT’S B***S***.

    If an AR15 comes out in the very near future with new 6mm or 7mm Intermediate (6×43? 7×39?) Cartridge Variant, it might be worth the intrigue.

    I’m more interested in PCC’s in 10mm Auto or even. 357 SIG.

    • Yeah that’s exactly why we need. More oddball calibers. As if 6.5 grendel or 6arc isn’t enough for you

  5. There isn’t any shortage of firearms or ammunitions compared to 2yrs ago but leave it up to retailers to continue price gouging.”Don’t let a crisis to waste”.


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