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Old 01-29-2007, 7:14 PM
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The last 20% being a M16 lower receiver and the "full-auto/burst" trigger group?

I am considering building myself one too. I will be going MOD 1 tho, w/ KAC FF handguard.....


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Old 01-29-2007, 7:22 PM
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Swede CG63 in 6.5x55 Swedish Mauser. Receiver drilled and tapped and a Tom Farrel 20 moa base installed, topped with a Leupold 3.5x-10x. Shoots 3/4 moa from the bench. I can hit pretty much anything I aim at out to 1000 yards.

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I have posted this one before in other pic threads. She is precise, but heavy at 15lbs loaded with all her kit on her.
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Old 01-29-2007, 11:53 PM
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The last 20% being a M16 lower receiver and the "full-auto/burst" trigger group?

I am considering building myself one too. I will be going MOD 1 tho, w/ KAC FF handguard.....
20% Give or take...

The receiver as you mention. Plus the original MOD 0 comes with a regular buffer instead of the Enidine Hydraulic Buffer the I have on mine. The pistol grip should be an A2 instead of the SPR. The bolt carrier (original has an M16 BC), NO KNS anti-rotating pins, MI QD Sling Adaptor or adjustable Butt plate.
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zyl8tr very nice! You do the stock yourself?
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My FNH SPR A1:


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My Accuracy International AW (.308):

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zyl8tr very nice! You do the stock yourself?
Nope, I ordered it like that from HD Rifles/Cactus Weapons. Good shooter too!!
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...holy schmokes.
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Old 01-30-2007, 11:20 AM
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My Accuracy International AW (.308):

Don't lean that thing against a tree and go take a piss, you might never find it again!
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man you guys got some serious scopes on dem babies. i hope one day to add to this thread.
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man you guys got some serious scopes on dem babies. i hope one day to add to this thread.

Leupold 6.5-20x50 Mark 4 LR/T w/Illum. TMR is on the FN SPR.
U.S. Optics 3.2-17x SN-3 is on the AIAW.
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wow nice rigs wilson cqb...
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Finally someone posts an Accuracy International .
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My humble contribution.
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Is that a .50?
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Is that a .50?
look at the mag. what else would it be besides a 50 BMG?
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look at the mag. what else would it be besides a 50 BMG?
Could be a .408 CheyTac.
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A .22LR with a severe inferiority complex and delusions of grandeur?

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Could be a .408 CheyTac.
Nope, even the .408 mags are small compared to the .50. And yes, it's a .50 BMG. Thinking about getting a .408 or .338 Lapua barrel for it though. I've got a few more mods planned for it too.
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Old 02-01-2007, 9:34 PM
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really nice rifle Sydwaiz! that's a good picture also.
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HAAAAAHAHAHAHA!!

Thanks for the laugh. That was a great response!
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WOW
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This has the nicest trigger of any rifle I have ever shot…
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I have posted this one before in other pic threads. She is precise, but heavy at 15lbs loaded with all her kit on her.
New pic

and old
Stavros, man I have been looking at that upper for a while now. Always wanted to ask if anyone had experience with it. Looks better that the pic on web/cato.

I think they have the kit (minus stipped lower) for just under $1,000. Did you order yours directly from JT or find it for less elsewhere? If so, can you share how much and where.

By the way I was thinking of adding the same stock and pistol grip and had no idea scope wise. Nice pics. Nice looking rifle.
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I searched all over for this thread.
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Stavros, man I have been looking at that upper for a while now. Always wanted to ask if anyone had experience with it. Looks better that the pic on web/cato.

I think they have the kit (minus stipped lower) for just under $1,000. Did you order yours directly from JT or find it for less elsewhere? If so, can you share how much and where.

By the way I was thinking of adding the same stock and pistol grip and had no idea scope wise. Nice pics. Nice looking rifle.
I ordered just the upper from J&T directly, it was like mid $600s at the time I think. The upper shoots well, sub MOA 10 round groups are common. I just wish I could find somewhere to take it out a bit further. The longest I shot was 350ish to 400 yards, and the funny thing was, it was easier to get smaller MOA groups out further. I was getting like .9-1 inch groups at 100, but then getting 2.5 inch groups at 350. Higher magnification optics definitely helped there.



I went cheap with the scope on this rig, but I was surprised with what I got for $215. I was thinking about upgrading the optic later, but changed my mind. Ill be saving the Leupy Mk4 for the SPR build I am doing next. Here is a rendering of the SPR along with the heavy gun.


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Old 04-17-2007, 9:56 PM
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my little one.
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R&D Precision Built M700 SA .308
- Mike Rock SS #7LV 5R 1:11 - 22.5" w/ VAIS Brake 5/8x24
- Holland SS Recoil Lug
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Does the muzzle brake really make a difference?
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Stavros thanks for the info. I feel better about possibly ordering the kit. Just need to decide what I want the most as there is so much good stuff and not enough money.

Nice close up pic btw.
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Does the muzzle brake really make a difference?
Yes it does, a lot of benefit to a brake.
- Reduction in Recoil
- Quicker Follow Up
- Increased Comfort
- Shoot longer

FWIW: .308 Win by all means can be shoot without a brake & its really personal preference, but my shoulder thanks me & helps me focus on shooting/less fatigue from long hours of shooting. Especially nice shooting standing, & sitting w/ follow up shots.

PLUS +:
- w/ VAIS Brake you can remove it & thread on a muzzle cap without worrying of your brake timing changing from removal/install from cleaning.
- Also the multi port across the brake really is very effective, also w/ the VAIS its on par with a non-braked .308, a side port brake on the other hand is a lot more nosier
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How do you make the pic appear in the message?? I checked the FAQ and only found the way to attach a file. No luck on search for "post a pic"
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