Anderson Manufacturing Precision: Legends Edition

Looking for rifle options? The Anderson Manufacturing Precision line of guns includes guns chambered in the hard-hitting 350 Legend cartridge. There are two options: the Marksman and the Sharpshooter. Each model is made to handle a specific task. And while specific features depend on the model, both guns were designed by Anderson to deliver reliable performance in a durable platform.

Anderson Manufacturing Precision rifles chambered in 350 Legend
Anderson Manufacturing’s Precision line includes two rifles chambered in 350 Legend. (Photo credit: Anderson Manufacturing)

The gun maker provides details of the two Legends:

Anderson Manufacturing prepares for the oncoming hunting season by adding a .350 Legend option for their Sharpshooter and Marksman model within the AM-15 Precision Series.

The Sharpshooter is equipped with a 20’’ government profile barrel and the Marksman is fitted with an 18’’ government profile barrel, both capped off by the iconic A2 Flash Hider.

The two rifles operate on a direct impingement, carbine-length gas system with an Anderson Low-Profile Steel Gas Block at the helm. The Anderson barrel and gas system are sheathed by Anderson’s 15’’ MLOK Handguard allowing the shooter full customization of the front-end of these rifles.

Both rifles have a Schmid Tool Two-Stage Trigger with a crisp, four-and-a-half-pound pull and quick reset.

The .350 Legends are outfitted with Magpul furniture, including the MOE-K2 Pistol Grip and the fully adjustable PRS Lite Buttstock. The Magpul PRS Lite stock allows for shooter versatility with ambidextrous and quick-detach sling mounts in front and rear of stock, comb height and length of pull are fully adjustable, and the shooter can adjust the low-profile rubber butt-pad for height and cant. It’s lightweight, weighing in at 18.2 ounces.

Anderson Manufacturing Precision Rifle chambered in 350 Legend.
The Precision line of rifles from Anderson Manufacturing is designed to perform well while remaining affordably priced. (Photo credit: Anderson Manufacturing)

Anderson Manufacturing’s Product Engineer, Truman Brough, said:

…[T]he Marksman and Sharpshooter are now offered in .350 Legend. The Marksman and Sharpshooter in .350 Legend are perfect for medium game hunting. Whether you’re a first-time hunter or a seasoned veteran, both rifles offer the ergonomics and control to make that important shot easier.

Precision series 350 Legend with Magpul stock
The Precision series 350 Legend has Magpul furniture for adjustability and durability. (Photo credit: Anderson Manufacturing)

Features of the Marksman include:

  • 18-inch Anderson Government Profile Barrel with a 1 in 16 twist rate
  • A2 flash hider
  • Direct impingement, carbine length gas system
  • Anderson Low Profile Steel Gas Block
  • Anderson’s own 15-inch M-LOK Handguard
  • Schmid, two-stage trigger with a 4.5-pound pull
  • Magpul MOE J2 Pistol Grip
  • Magpul PRS Lite Buttstock, fully adjustable
  • Ships with one 5-round ASC magazine, rifle cable lock, and manual

Features of the Sharpshooter include:

  • 20-inch Anderson Government Profile Barrel with a 1 in 16 twist rate
  • A2 flash hider
  • Direct impingement, carbine length gas system
  • Anderson Low Profile Steel Gas Block
  • Anderson’s own 15-inch M-LOK Handguard
  • Schmid, two-stage trigger with a 4.5-pound pull
  • Magpul MOE K2 Pistol Grip
  • Magpul PRS Lite Buttstock, fully adjustable
  • Ships with one 5-round ASC magazine, rifle cable lock, and manual
Anderson Manufacturing Marksman rifle
The Marksman has an Anderson Manufacturing Government Profile Barrel with a 1 in 16 twist rate. (Photo credit: Anderson Manufacturing)

MSRP for the Anderson Manufacturing Precision series Marksman and Sharpshooter in 350 Legend starts at $799.00.

Which one’s your favorite, the Marksman or the Sharpshooter? Tell us in the comments below.

Kat Ainsworth Stevens is a long-time outdoor writer, official OGC (Original Gun Cognoscenti), and author of Handgun Hunting: a Comprehensive Guide to Choosing and Using the Right Firearms for Big and Small Game. Der Teufel Katze has written for a number of industry publications (print and online) and edited some of the others, so chances are you've seen or read her work before, somewhere. A woman of eclectic background and habits, Kat has been carrying concealed for over two decades, used to be a farrier, and worked for a long time in emergency veterinary medicine. She prefers big bores, enjoys K9 Search & Rescue, and has a Master's Degree in Pitiless Snarkastic Delivery.

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