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Old 10-29-2012, 7:57 PM
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Originally Posted by DocCrazyJ View Post
No love for the MK12?
Lol, had to take new pics, just finished uploading them. Finally got my forward assist, so aside from an optics upgrade at some undetermined time (Whenever my 308 upper sells ), it's about 99% complete.

Although not a true to spec MK 12 Mod 0, this one was heavily inspired by the Mod 0. Substitutions were made to add a "Delta" theme to the build, such as the forend and buttstock. The Proprietary rail for the Delta forend was substituted in place of the SPR PEQ rail, which I feel is an upgrade because it will allow easier mounting of picatinny based NV devices later on. When budget permits, I plan on adding an ATN PS-22 or PS-40 to this rifle for night shooting. Keeping in mind the low magnification requirements for those devices (6X or less), future optics will most likely be FFP design to maintain calibration of the reticle at reduced magnification.

Build Specs:
-Upper Receiver: DS Arms
-Barrel: Bergara 18" Stainless SPR contour w/ 1:8 twist (From PRI)
-Forend: Precision Reflex Gen III Delta (Rifle Length)
-BCG: R-Guns Nib coated M-16
-CH: BCM Gunfighter Mod 3 (New version designed for suppressors)
-Optics: FM Optics 4-14X44 FFP Mil Dot (Temporary)
-Mounts/Rings: PRI Gen III Delta Top Rail w/ UTG medium height QD rings
-Gas Block/FS: PRI Folding Front Sight w/ RRA Melonite gas tube
-Rear Sight: ARMS #71 folding rear sight (Polymer)
-Muzzle: Ops Inc. 12th brake and Collar assembly
-Misc: DPMS Teardrop Forward Assist.
-Pending: Noveske and PRI QD Sling Swivel mounts

-Lower Receiver: Spikes Tactical "Punisher"
-Grip: Sierra Precision
-Trigger: PSA single stage, worked over via "30 minute trigger job"
-Buttstock: MAGS EFX-A1 Fixed Stock

-Sling: Home built 2 point sling with sewn in QD swivels

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