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Old 10-18-2012, 11:30 AM
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Nice! How do you like the PRI Delta Forearm?
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I was considering one of the 2.5-10X44 PST's, but now I'm thinking the 4-16 is looking like a decent option as well. Any pics of the reticle at different powers?
I like the 2.5-10 PST from a size and magnification range for the SPR, but I passed over it for a couple reasons… If vortex added a FFP option and a side parallax adjustment to that scope, or even JUST side parallax adjustment I think it would be one of the best / affordable options out there… You don’t see many 2-5-10x type options until you start shopping for the real expensive stuff, USO makes one of my favorite in that type of mag range.

The Vortex 4-16 FFP is still a pretty sweet option, and really isn’t too bad in the size / weight department either.

Here is the reticle subtensions for both scopes (MOA)
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Nice! How do you like the PRI Delta Forearm?

Thanks! I'm pretty impressed with the PRI Delta so far, although I haven't really had a chance to shoot with it yet. It's extremely stout, especially considering the light weight. Ergonomics feel very similar to the wide HK forends, but a bit more radiused on the corners. Comparing it to standard round forends, it seems like the Delta allows better leverage to stabilize the rifle against heavier optics.

The top rail on the Delta attached directly to the forend, rather than bolting onto a seperate picatinny rail like the standard Gen III forend. Not sure if this saves any weight or not, but I like the reduced number of threaded fasteners which could potentially come loose. Keeping with that theme, I used a simple sling stud up forward rather than a picatinny rail + adapter to mount the bipod. Saves a little weight, and doesn't protrude off the forend quite as far when stowed.

I'm going to add some of the PRI QD sling cups to the sides up front, along with a Noveske flush mount QD cup on the bottom near the base of the forend. The QD mount at the rear of the forend will allow me to configure the sling off the front of the rifle like the old Enfield No 4 Mk. T sniper rifles, which had a sling swivel just ahead of the magazine. Ends up being a really stable method of shooting from unsupported positions.
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I like the 2.5-10 PST from a size and magnification range for the SPR, but I passed over it for a couple reasons… If vortex added a FFP option and a side parallax adjustment to that scope, or even JUST side parallax adjustment I think it would be one of the best / affordable options out there… You don’t see many 2-5-10x type options until you start shopping for the real expensive stuff, USO makes one of my favorite in that type of mag range.
Yeah, that's the same reason I'm kind of hesitating to get one. I can live without the FFP, but I'd really like a side parallax adjustment. Supposedly not needed on scopes less than 10X, but I've noticed the effects of parallax personally on scopes @ 10X.

Sadly, even stepping up to something like the Nightforce 2.5-10x32 still doesn't get you a side parallax adjustment. The SWFA 3-9X42 FFP was another option I've been looking into, I just have a hard time getting over how large that scope is for a 3-9 power. I may end up going with a Bushnell 3-12X44 Elite Tactical with G2DMR. Hopefully by the time I've saved up the cash they might have an illuminated version available....
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WOW. what grip and handguard is that? Very unique rifle.
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WOW. what grip and handguard is that? Very unique rifle.

Thanks! The grip is from Sierra Precision, same grip used on the original MK 12 Mod 0 SPR rifles. The forend is a Precision Reflex Gen III Delta. The majority of it is made from carbon fiber, extremely light and doesn't heat up like an aluminum forend.
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Not sure exactly if this qualifies as a SPR...

But it's new and I'm stoked on it so I'm posting 2 pics...

Aeroprecision Lower
PSA LPK
Ergo Grip
Geiselle SSA-E

20" RRA Predator Pursuit Upper
1:8 Twist

Leupold Mark AR 4-12x40mm in a Primary Arms Deluxe AR-15 Scope mount (came free with scope)

First trip to the range with it. Just playing around at 100 yards. Will have to try out further when I get some more time.



Hornady Superformance 53gr V-Max @ 100 yards. 3 round group. Pulled the second shot
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You sir, have some amazing looking rifles and a very good photographic eye.

Thank you for sharing these with us.
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You sir, have some amazing looking rifles and a very good photographic eye.

Thank you for sharing these with us.
Thanks for the compliments! I always try to pick components for a build based first and foremost on functionality, but I won't deny that aesthetics plays heavily into parts selection as well
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Not sure exactly if this qualifies as a SPR...

But it's new and I'm stoked on it so I'm posting 2 pics...

Aeroprecision Lower
PSA LPK
Ergo Grip
Geiselle SSA-E

20" RRA Predator Pursuit Upper
1:8 Twist

Leupold Mark AR 4-12x40mm in a Primary Arms Deluxe AR-15 Scope mount (came free with scope)

First trip to the range with it. Just playing around at 100 yards. Will have to try out further when I get some more time.



Hornady Superformance 53gr V-Max @ 100 yards. 3 round group. Pulled the second shot
Nice but not an SPR.
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MK12 MOD O
Douglas Premiun Stainless Barrel 1:7
LMT Upper & BCG
DD LPK
Pri Handguard
Pri Swan Sleeve
Pri Charging Handle
Noveske Chainsaw Lower
Geisselle SSA-E
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I was considering one of the 2.5-10X44 PST's, but now I'm thinking the 4-16 is looking like a decent option as well. Any pics of the reticle at different powers?
Here you go. There are four position markers on the magnification dial (4, 5.3, 8, and 16). I'm pretty sure they correlate to different hash mark values if you don't have a FFP. Anyway, here's a shot at each of those zoom levels:

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Here you go. There are four position markers on the magnification dial (4, 5.3, 8, and 16). I'm pretty sure they correlate to different hash mark values if you don't have a FFP.
Nice. Looks like 10 mils total holdover down to the bottom post of the reticle. Easily enough for holding over out to the max range of the 5.56 if there isn't time to dial in elevation for a shot. Thanks for posting the pics!
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Looks Great! What barrel are you running? Is that a Noveske lower?
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Douglas Premiun Stainless 1:7
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MK12 Mod 0 Build
Barrel: Douglas 18" 416 stainless steel 1/7
PRI flip up front gas block front sight
PRI Flip up rear sight,
rifle length gas tube
PRI Gas Buster charging handle with big latch
OPS inc brake and collar
PRI Gen III Rifle length carbon fiber free float forearm
PRI Gen III SPR PEQ Top Rail

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M-223, 4-16x42 Matte BDC 600
A.R.M.S Inc. #22 medium rings
A.R.M.S Inc #32 Bi-pod adapter
Ops Inc. 12th Model

PAINT!!!!!! Yes I said it, this This wont be a safe queen. It is gonna get a nice coat of paint or 4.

The lower in the pics is not the final. Just put it on there for picture purposes.

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Barrel: Douglas 18" 416 stainless steel 1/7
PRI flip up front gas block front sight
PRI Flip up rear sight,
rifle length gas tube
PRI Gas Buster charging handle with big latch
OPS inc brake and collar
PRI Gen III Rifle length carbon fiber free float forearm
PRI Gen III SPR PEQ Top Rail

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M-223, 4-16x42 Matte BDC 600
A.R.M.S Inc. #22 medium rings
A.R.M.S Inc #32 Bi-pod adapter
Ops Inc. 12th Model

PAINT!!!!!! Yes I said it, this This wont be a safe queen. It is gonna get a nice coat of paint or 4.

The lower in the pics is not the final. Just put it on there for picture purposes.

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Lookin good! This thread definitely needed some more Mod 0. It's like the "Cowbell" of precision ARs You gonna Krylon it, or Duracoat/Ceracoat? I know this half retarded HT that does duracoat for beer....
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Lookin good! This thread definitely needed some more Mod 0. It's like the "Cowbell" of precision ARs You gonna Krylon it, or Duracoat/Ceracoat? I know this half retarded HT that does duracoat for beer....
Well I was thinking of krypton to stick with my roots but, I also spray Duracoat so I might just throw down a nice base coat of some FDE and krylon it up the rest of the way. Then again I might just do a full Duracoat job on it so it will last a little longer and when it gets dinged up it won't be as bad.

I know a half retarded HT that works for me.


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Lookin good! This thread definitely needed some more Mod 0. It's like the "Cowbell" of precision ARs You gonna Krylon it, or Duracoat/Ceracoat? I know this half retarded HT that does duracoat for beer....
I haven't found a Mk12 Mod 0/1 specific thread on CG. I think we should start one. Another forum has a 145 page thread on them.

Do CGs not like the MK12s? Personally I think they should have stopped at the Mod 0, but some like the 1s. Mod 0 saved my life a few times so I like it better. Lmao


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Well I was thinking of krypton to stick with my roots but, I also spray Duracoat so I might just throw down a nice base coat of some FDE and krylon it up the rest of the way. Then again I might just do a full Duracoat job on it so it will last a little longer and when it gets dinged up it won't be as bad.

I know a half retarded HT that works for me.


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I'm thinking I might just use the duracoat on mine as a base coat as well, for something like the A TACS camo maybe.

Now that I think about it, I'm having a hard time thinking of anyone in my rate that isn't at least 1/4 retard. The simple joy of lighting things on fire and playing in poop.....
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I tried looking up "special purpose rifle," but I can't find an answer... what is the definition for a "special purpose rifle?" Is this more than just what is in the OP?
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I tried looking up "special purpose rifle," but I can't find an answer... what is the definition for a "special purpose rifle?" Is this more than just what is in the OP?
It varies depending on who you ask. Aside from strict clones of the MK 12 Mod 0 and Mod 1, I think a rifle should at least meet all the important specs of the originals to qualify as an "SPR". The criteria should include:

-18" barrel with rifle length gas system
-Suppressor adaptable muzzle device
-Folding iron sights
-Magnified optics with rangefinding or BDC capability
-QD mounts for optics
-Night vision adaptable (railed forend)
-Bipod equipped
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It varies depending on who you ask. Aside from strict clones of the MK 12 Mod 0 and Mod 1, I think a rifle should at least meet all the important specs of the originals to qualify as an "SPR". The criteria should include:

-18" barrel with rifle length gas system
-Suppressor adaptable muzzle device
-Folding iron sights
-Magnified optics with rangefinding or BDC capability
-QD mounts for optics
-Night vision adaptable (railed forend)
-Bipod equipped
I completely agree with your criteria. I would like to build a mod 0 ,clone but th e $1000 for the NF glass or the Luepold is out of my budget. A true SPR is not cheap but with accuracy comes a price sometimes. Sure I could build a "SPR" for cheaper but I like the trueness of my build. Almost identical to the issued weapon as far as the upper goes. Final lower will be true to the original minus my magpul grip with integrated trigger guard. I also believe in field functionality and user mods to accommodate for user likes and dislikes.

Pm me for contact info. I need a long distance range to sight this puppy in when I am done.


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Ok, here it is

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I haven't found a Mk12 Mod 0/1 specific thread on CG. I think we should start one. Another forum has a 145 page thread on them.

Do CGs not like the MK12s? Personally I think they should have stopped at the Mod 0, but some like the 1s. Mod 0 saved my life a few times so I like it better. Lmao


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Some nice rifles here!

I put together my mod0(ish) build this weekend. Now I need to save up for some glass. I'll use the irons for now. The addiction does not end

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Some nice rifles here!

I put together my mod0(ish) build this weekend. Now I need to save up for some glass. I'll use the irons for now. The addiction does not end

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Hw is that a mod 0ish? It looks pretty legit to me. Nice build


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JD Machine Lower
PSA LPK
Magpul Trigger Guard
A2 Stock
MOE Grip

BCM MK12 Mod 1 upper 1/8
Ops Inc. Brake/Collar
KAC RAS
Harris 6-9 SBRM
BCM/Troy BUIS
Leupold Mark AR 4-12x40
Larue LT-104 mount
BCM BCG
Gunfighter Large Latch charging handle
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Upper receiver: LaRue w/LMT BCG
Rail: LaRue 12"
Lower: LaRue w/CMT LPK(Geisselle SSA trigger), LaRue extension
Grip: Sierra Precision
Bipod: Harris w/LaRue mount and podloc
Stock: LMT SOPMOD
Barrel: Shilen/Rainier Ultramatch SPR w/Surefire brake
Optic is a Weaver Tactical 3-15x50 EMDR in a Weaver base and rings. I will eventually swap for a LaRue mount, but this thing hasn't come off zero in the 8 or 9 months that I've had it, so it's doing just fine for now.
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Upper receiver: LaRue w/LMT BCG
Rail: LaRue 12"
Lower: LaRue w/CMT LPK(Geisselle SSA trigger), LaRue extension
Grip: Sierra Precision
Bipod: Harris w/LaRue mount and podloc
Stock: LMT SOPMOD
Barrel: Shilen/Rainier Ultramatch SPR w/Surefire brake
Optic is a Weaver Tactical 3-15x50 EMDR in a Weaver base and rings. I will eventually swap for a LaRue mount, but this thing hasn't come off zero in the 8 or 9 months that I've had it, so it's doing just fine for now.
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Grip is awesome if all you intend to do is shoot off a bench or the ground. Otherwise I'd go with something else. Comfy as all get out if you're taking your time and settling in on it.
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Finally completed mine with the addition of the Bushnell 3-12X44 FFP and ARMS #22 rings:

Show off!!!!!!


Sent from my IPad so... Ease off the spelling
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Lol, just wait until my BeDazzler shows up in the mail and I start covering this sucker in shiny stuff!!
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Lol, just wait until my BeDazzler shows up in the mail and I start covering this sucker in shiny stuff!!
I really hope you do it to at least ONE of your ARs…
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Noveske 18" SPR, cerakoted in TACTICAL GREY.




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^^ Nice!^^

I'm really liking the color on that.
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