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Old 06-10-2009, 6:50 AM
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Default Lets see your 5.56/.223 SPR "Special Purpose Rifles"

Started this photo thread dedicated to the AR15 based SPR "Special Purpose rifles" accurized & scoped using the very popular .223, 5.56 rounds. Designed for long-range engagements in access of 400 yards to close range targets under 50.

Come on lets see your SPR Noveske's, Larue's, Colt's, LWRC's etc etc

Basic SPR requirements:

16" - up 1/7 or 1/8 twist barrel
Free-floated barrel/rail system
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MSTN built SPR w/ 18" Noveske and NXS 2.5-10x
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Started this photo thread dedicated to the AR15 based SPR "Special Purpose rifles" accurized & scoped using the very popular .223, 5.56 rounds. Designed for long-range engagements in access of 400 yards to close range targets under 50.

Come on lets see your SPR Noveske's, Larue's, Colt's, LWRC's etc etc

Basic SPR requirements:

16" - up 1/7 or 1/8 twist barrel
Free-floated barrel/rail system
Tactical Long Range Scope
Iron sights
16" ???

SPR is an overloaded term, but in general, one of the more famous one is the Crane's Mark 12 Mod 0/1 SPR. And most of the time "SPR" is used to refer to 18".... not too many people will call a 16" SPR...

Here is the story behind it: http://www.ar15.com/forums/topic.htm...f=134&t=141410

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Yes that's correct but recently I've met up with more and more LE sharpshooters with a shorter 16" Urban SPR type of set up. Because of that I wanted to leave that option in so we can get an idea what SPR builders are doing these days.

btw, great set up you have there,


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16" ???

SPR is an overloaded term, but in general, one of the more famous one is the Crane's Mark 12 Mod 0/1 SPR. And most of the time "SPR" is used to refer to 18".... not too many people will call a 16" SPR...

Here is the story behind it: http://www.ar15.com/forums/topic.htm...f=134&t=141410

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Yes that's correct but recently I've met up with more and more LE sharpshooters with a shorter 16" Urban SPR type of set up. Because of that I wanted to leave that option in so we can get an idea what SPR builders are doing these days.
Can you point out which departments are using ARs as "sniper" rifles??? That's new! Personally, I would be worry about using an AR in a hostage situation.

16" Urban SPR <- yet another new term....

If you want a 16", "accurized & scoped" ar, most will call that a "RECCE".... or the SEAL Recon Rifle....


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btw, great set up you have there,
Thx, still work in progress..... gonna grab the KAC 600 rear and KAC front sights soon.... lol

Also, the LaRue mount is really more superior than the ARMS rings....
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I wouldn't personally consider an AR15 as sniper rifle neither and a shorter 16" Urban "SPR type" is not trying to set a new term its just what I've came across in the past couple months. As for what departments are using ARs for "Sniper rifles" I have no clue, but as for LE officers I met training on 16" Scoped ARs as well as 18" SPRs well Maricopa county here in AZ as well as Clark county in NV.

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Noveske lower, Noveske SPR 18" 5.56 1/7
B.E. Meyers Flash Hider
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PRI Combat charging handle
KNS MOD2 anti roll pin set
Timney 3lb trigger
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Magpul trigger guard, PRS stock, TX rails & Pmags
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Knight Armament front bius
A.R.M.S. 40LP rear bius
Larue Tach. scope mount
Leupold Mark 4 3.5-10x40mm LR/T M3 3/4 Mil Dot Illum
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Can you point out which departments are using ARs as "sniper" rifles??? That's new! Personally, I would be worry about using an AR in a hostage situation.

16" Urban SPR <- yet another new term....

If you want a 16", "accurized & scoped" ar, most will call that a "RECCE".... or the SEAL Recon Rifle....




Thx, still work in progress..... gonna grab the KAC 600 rear and KAC front sights soon.... lol

Also, the LaRue mount is really more superior than the ARMS rings....
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"Lets see your 5.56/.223 RECCE & SPR"



RECCE - 16"

SPR - 18"

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Don't own this anymore as I've sold it to another member, but here it is...



-Polish Miculek Compensator
-White Oak Armament 18" .223 Wylde chamber SPR 1/7 twist barrel - rifle length gas system
-Railed gas block with gas tube
-Vtac rifle length handguard
-Sun Devil Billet upper receiver - smooth face
-Spike's Tactical lower receiver
-LMT full auto BCG
-CMMG charging handle
-Stag LPK with hammer tail removed
-JP lightened yellow trigger springs
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Where did you get to Polish Miculek Compensator?





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-White Oak Armament 18" .223 Wylde chamber SPR 1/7 twist barrel - rifle length gas system
-Railed gas block with gas tube
-Vtac rifle length handguard
-Sun Devil Billet upper receiver - smooth face
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-Stag LPK with hammer tail removed
-JP lightened yellow trigger springs
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Where did you get to Polish Miculek Compensator?
I polished it myself with sandpaper.

The scope is a Nikon Monarch 6-24x50 (http://www.nikonhunting.com/riflesco...6-24x50sf.html)
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No, none of those are SPRs.

Nice collection, though.

SPR is a shortened rifle-gassed M16

RECCE is a lengthened carbine.

Both are accurized and scoped.

Sure, you could call almost anything one or the other, but intent has to be there.
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yea... good point. i should take those off.
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I think I see what you are trying to do (deploy irons without removing scope), but you're better off with a one-piece mount. With your currrent setup a proper cheek weld will require adjusting your cheekpad when changing from scope to irons. With a QD one-piece mount it's a lot faster to just remove the scope. Also you'll be able to use published bullet drops since your scope will be at the right height.

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spr.jpg Don't worry I have a bipod on it now.
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i reworked and improved my build...

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Wow, you could build 2 ARs for the price of that scope!!! Very nice my friend...
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Sorry for the crappy pics.





Upper:
WOA 18" SPR Match Barrel .223 Wylde Mid-length gas
VLTOR MUR-1A
JP/VTAC rifle length handguard
Ops Inc collar and brake
Troy HK style front BUIS w/ tritium
Troy Diamondhead rear BUIS
Denny's super duty M16 BCG
PRI tac latch CH
Leupold Mark AR 3-9x40 mildot
LaRue LT-104-1 SPR mount
Harris BR-S 6-9 bipod
LaRue LT-130 QD Bipod mount

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SunDevil billet lower receiver multi-cal
RRA lpk w/ raddlock
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What scope mount is that?
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LaRue LT-104-1 SPR
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Sorry for the crappy pics.

very nice build!
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A 16 inch SPR? Sounds like you're really talking about a Seal Recon Rifle. MSTN made a lot of money making civilian versions of the rifle the boys over at CRANE invented. Great rifles. I built one early on when very little information on them was available. Sold it a while back to fund another project, but I plan on building another one someday.
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So wait, I could just make my rifle an SPR if I added a scope to it?

Am I the only one who thinks these designations are silly?

Here's my rifle,




And here's a friends rifle, which I think meets the so-called "SPR" designation.

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So wait, I could just make my rifle an SPR if I added a scope to it?

Am I the only one who thinks these designations are silly?
It's not just any AR with a scope.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_..._Purpose_Rifle
http://www.ar15.com/forums/topic.htm...f=134&t=141410
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Spent most of this last deployment funneling tax free pay into this project:



Upper:
- DPMS stainless 18" 5.56 MK-12 barrel, 1-8" twist.
- Stag upper receiver
- BCM Gunfighter Mod 3 Charging Handle
- Daniel Defense Bolt Carrier Assembly
- YHM Free Float Forearm
- YHM Gas Block/Hooded Front Sight
- American Defense "Recon" Mount, 30mm
- FM Optics 4-14 FFP Mil Dot
- Darkmetal Designs Muzzle Brake
- NCStar QD Bipod (Actually not that bad...)

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- RRA 2 Stage NM Trigger
- Magpul MIAD Grip with integral trigger guard
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There are rather specific design elements within them. Slapping a scope on an M4 does not make it a Recce. It should have a stainless steel 1/8 twist barrel, a full length 4-rail handguard, and on and on. People have taken a lot of liberties with the design, but the Recce rifle Crane came up with had some key design elements that seperated the rifle from others. The SPR is also another rifle invented by Crane, and it too has specific design elements. Its not silly at all. These rifles serve a specific role beyond that of a standard M4. Neither rifle pictured would be considered an SPR or a Recce. They are nice rifles though.

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So wait, I could just make my rifle an SPR if I added a scope to it?

Am I the only one who thinks these designations are silly?

Here's my rifle,




And here's a friends rifle, which I think meets the so-called "SPR" designation.


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So wait, I could just make my rifle an SPR if I added a scope to it?

Am I the only one who thinks these designations are silly?

Here's my rifle,




And here's a friends rifle, which I think meets the so-called "SPR" designation.

It started off as people trying very hard to make clones as accurate as it was humanly possible as it was with the available parts to clone the military rifles they loved.

Since many of those parts were either not commercially available, or just astronomically expensive people did the best they could and then called their clones SPRs or RECCEs or RECON RIFLES. Pretty soon manufacturers were using the terms extremely loosely as well. 10 years later the terms have been so bastardized we all just accept it as the norm.

Just like M4gery quickly just became M4, and we old school guys got so sick of *****ing about it we eventually just shut up.

I still ***** about the miss use of KISS being used to describe anything without a railed forend. KISS Rifles had a specific set of criteria, and without that criteria being met it is not KISS. Won't budge on that one - but nobody else is willing to cooperate.
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It started off as people trying very hard to make clones as accurate as it was humanly possible as it was with the available parts to clone the military rifles they loved.

Since many of those parts were either not commercially available, or just astronomically expensive people did the best they could and then called their clones SPRs or RECCEs or RECON RIFLES. Pretty soon manufacturers were using the terms extremely loosely as well. 10 years later the terms have been so bastardized we all just accept it as the norm.

Just like M4gery quickly just became M4, and we old school guys got so sick of *****ing about it we eventually just shut up.

I still ***** about the miss use of KISS being used to describe anything without a railed forend. KISS Rifles had a specific set of criteria, and without that criteria being met it is not KISS. Won't budge on that one - but nobody else is willing to cooperate.
Holy Necro-quote Batman!!

You do realize that Booshanky has been gone for like, 4 years, right?
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So wait, I could just make my rifle an SPR if I added a scope to it?

Am I the only one who thinks these designations are silly?

Here's my rifle,




And here's a friends rifle, which I think meets the so-called "SPR" designation.

now now keep it down mam.
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here's my girl...

before:



current:



Upper:
WOA 18" SPR Match Barrel .223 Wylde Mid-length gas
VLTOR low-pro gas block
YHM flash hider
CMT upper receiver
Daniel Defense M4 12" handguard (before), JP/VTAC rifle length handguard (after)
CMT BCG (gonna change this to LMT eventually)
LMT tactical CH
Super Sniper 10x-42 mildot
JP mount
Harris bipod
YHM Bipod mount (before)

Lower:
Doublestar lower receiver
RRA lpk w/2nd gen bullet button
RRA NM 2 stage trigger
Panther pistol grip
Magpul PRS

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here is one i just built after seeing this and the cmmg thread i was inspired! and bored
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no pictures right now however I have plans.

Already have Noveske lower and matching upper (minus barrel)
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updated my build...



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Old 02-06-2010, 2:53 PM
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updated my build...
That is the heat! All around well done sir.
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