The Smith and Wesson Sport has most of the features anyone would need on an AR type rifle. It only lacks the forward assist and the dust cover. Other than these items it shoots and acts in every way
just like the M4's I have carried into combat.
For home, hunting and self defense use this is a very good rifle to buy and makes getting into shooting AR's cheaper and more affordabel for the masses.
It comes with the Magpul back up rear sight and the standard front sight and a Magpul 30 round magazine depending on the state you are buying in.
I advised a friend to buy one for his first AR and to outfit it with a Primary Arms micro red dot sight with mounts to have absolute co-witness on the sights.
I have moutned the same sights on my own S&W M&P 15 ORC (Optic Ready Carbine) and used Magpul buis and Troy buis sights. Find a nice bungee 2 point sling and mount it to the front and use a no gunsmith mount on the rear of the receiver just in front of the collapsible stock and you are ready to go.
I also use the CMMG 22 conversion on my rifles to let me train all day for just a few dollars using 22LR and save my 5.56 ammo for another day.
Good luck and train with what you buy and you will get better with it.
The .300 Blackout cartridge is a 5.56 cartridge opened up to accept a .30 bullet and uses the same bolt and magazines as the standard 5.56 by only changing the barrel and makes a wonderrful conversion
for the AR type rifle especially where .30 caliber is the minimum caliber allowed for game hunting.