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Old 02-06-2013, 8:10 PM
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I love the MK12's...too bad you can't buy the ARMS rail anymore. At least PRI makes a good replacement version.
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I love the MK12's...too bad you can't buy the ARMS rail anymore. At least PRI makes a good replacement version.
Very true but PRI's upper and or rail is almost identical to the modern version of the MK12 Mod 0. They have the contract to recondition them from and for USMIL.

Unfortunatley, if you didnt purchase you parts prior to Firearmegedon, it is gonna be hard to get parts. As a dealer for PRI, I have a 1-2 month wait time for a complete upper from them. Everything is out of stock I need.

I still love my PRI Mod 0 Upper though.
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Isn't there already a MK12 pic thread in the Pic section?


But you gatta love the MK11/12 porn.
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Wish I had a Mattel lower however I do have a KAC OLL to put a MK12 Mod 0 upper or will use my Colt OLL.....
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I've recently found some more info and pictures about another rare variant of the MK12, known as the Mod H or "Holland". Lots of info on these can be found starting around page 216 in the huge 400+ page MK12 thread on ARFCOM. http://www.ar15.com/mobile/topic.htm...20524&page=218

Specs on the rifles, as originally posted by user Glass1 on ARFCOM:

- 16" barrel with mid length gas system (barrels are from a variety of mfg; one of them in the above photo is Noveske marked)
- PRI low pro gas block
- PRI Gen III handguard
- standard Ops Inc collar and muzzle brake
- PRI flip up front sight (while I've only seen a handful of these uppers, the one in the above pic is the only sample I've seen with the BUIS installed)
- rear BUIS was typically the retained ARMS #40, to my understanding.
- some used the PRI Recce Rail, others used the Larue SPR mount (samples of both above)
- PRI Gas Buster charging handles
- it is unclear whether these were built on the original Mod 0 upper recievers or whether new ones were used. The few I have seen are Colt "C" marked, which could suggest either.
- they originally used the ACE SOCOM buttstock, but my understanding is that most have been replaced with other stocks. I've only seen one photo with the ACE stock in use. Most have either Magpul PRS, ACS, or SOPMOD stocks. The one above obviously has a Vltor installed. Obviously operator preference.
- lowers were the retained Mod 0 lowers.


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Another pic from the MK12 thread on the Hide:



http://forum.snipershide.com/snipers...-see-em-9.html
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What do you guys think of my new SPRish build?

Upper: Vltor MUR-1A
Lower: Palmetto State Armory
BCG: BCM
Barrel: 18" White Oak Armament SPR profile rifle length
Muzzle: Vltor VC-1
Rail: Daniel Defense Lite 14.0
Optic: Vortex Viper PST 2.5-10x32 FFP
Optics Mount: LaRue SPR-S LT158
BUIS: Magpul MBUS
Trigger: Geissele SSA-E
Stock: Vltor A5 with E-Mod stock
Bipod: Harris BRM-S bipod with GG&G bipod adapter








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I've recently found some more info and pictures about another rare variant of the MK12, known as the Mod H or "Holland". Lots of info on these can be found starting around page 216 in the huge 400+ page MK12 thread on ARFCOM. http://www.ar15.com/mobile/topic.htm...20524&page=218

Specs on the rifles, as originally posted by user Glass1 on ARFCOM:

- 16" barrel with mid length gas system (barrels are from a variety of mfg; one of them in the above photo is Noveske marked)
- PRI low pro gas block
- PRI Gen III handguard
- standard Ops Inc collar and muzzle brake
- PRI flip up front sight (while I've only seen a handful of these uppers, the one in the above pic is the only sample I've seen with the BUIS installed)
- rear BUIS was typically the retained ARMS #40, to my understanding.
- some used the PRI Recce Rail, others used the Larue SPR mount (samples of both above)
- PRI Gas Buster charging handles
- it is unclear whether these were built on the original Mod 0 upper recievers or whether new ones were used. The few I have seen are Colt "C" marked, which could suggest either.
- they originally used the ACE SOCOM buttstock, but my understanding is that most have been replaced with other stocks. I've only seen one photo with the ACE stock in use. Most have either Magpul PRS, ACS, or SOPMOD stocks. The one above obviously has a Vltor installed. Obviously operator preference.
- lowers were the retained Mod 0 lowers.


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Very nice info bro. PRI now actually carries the 16" mk12 upper, they just call it a variant though.


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Very nice info bro. PRI now actually carries the 16" mk12 upper, they just call it a variant though.
They recently added the "Tactical Operator" to their lineup, which is even closer to the spec for the Mod H. Note that under the "features" tab, the Ops Inc can be added to this upper as an option:

https://www.precisionreflex.com/Deta...56083&CAT=4824



I've also hear rumors to the effect that PRI will be doing a limited run of old school Mod 0 parts sometime in the next few months, including the older Gen I/II forearms, thumb wheel adjustable front sight gas block and ARMS style PEQ rail.
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Man I feel left out..

I have MK12 Mod1

LMT Lower with sopmod
KAC 2stage trigger
KAC FF RAS
KAC front and rear BUIS
Douglas Mk12 barrel
LMT upper
LMT BCG
Ops inc brake and collar.
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Finally…Complete.

My MK12 Mod 0 SPR Build

LMT Upper
18" Douglas SPR contract barrel
LMT Enhanced F/A Bolt Carrier & Bolt
OPS Inc 12th Model Muzzle Brake & Collar
PRI Gen III Handguard
PRI SPR PEQ Rail
Leupold Mark 4 3.5-10x40 LR/T M3 Illuminated TMR
A.R.M.S #22 QR Medium Rings
PRI Flip front sight
A.R.M.S. #40 Rear Sight
Harris 6-9 SBRM Bipod and A.R.M.S. #32 QR Mount
LMT Tactical Charging Handle
LMT Defender Lower
LMT A2 Stock
Sierra Precision SPR Grip
Geissele SSA-E Trigger
Raddlock Bullet button
ASC 10/20 Mag w/ Magpul USGI Ranger Plate




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All correct Mk12 Mod1 parts:
Douglas stainless SPR barrel turned by Compass Lake
Colt upper and internals, Nodakspud NDSA1 black lower
KAC rail, sights, bipod mount, trigger
A1 stock and grip
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Here's my MK12 MOD1.

upper; Centurion Arms MK12 MOD1, Knight's fr/rr BUIS, A.R.M.S. scope rings, Leupold MK4 3.5-10x40 LR/T Illum. Ret., Knight's bipod adapter, Harris BiPod S-BRM 6-9in, Harris bipod podloc.

lower: Custom Rollmark Lauer Custom Weaponry OLL, JP lower parts kit, Radlock, Knight's two stage trigger, Tango Down BG17 grip, A2 buttstock.

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Hey guys, not sure if this is the right thread to ask but it is regarding the mk12 so.....

Anyways I'm kinda confused about the lower. Specifically, is it supposed to be select fire or semi-auto only? According to Wikipedia(I know....Wikipedia....) its semi-only, but some folks over at ar15.com suggested that its select fire, being built around the A2/A1 lower and all.

The reason I'm digging so much about the mk12 is because I thought it can be reproduced to EXACTLY how the military has theirs, being semi-auto and all....
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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.

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-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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Hey guys, not sure if this is the right thread to ask but it is regarding the mk12 so.....

Anyways I'm kinda confused about the lower. Specifically, is it supposed to be select fire or semi-auto only? According to Wikipedia(I know....Wikipedia....) its semi-only, but some folks over at ar15.com suggested that its select fire, being built around the A2/A1 lower and all.

The reason I'm digging so much about the mk12 is because I thought it can be reproduced to EXACTLY how the military has theirs, being semi-auto and all....
All lowers the military has in inventory are select fire, therefore all mk12s should be select fire.
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All lowers the military has in inventory are select fire, therefore all mk12s should be select fire.
Bummer.....now what to do with my spare JD lower........
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Damn you guys. Figured I didn't want to build any more ar15 variants until I saw this thread. Now, it looks like a MK12 build is in my future.
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Damn you guys. Figured I didn't want to build any more ar15 variants until I saw this thread. Now, it looks like a MK12 build is in my future.
Well if you are interested in a PRI MK12 Mod 0 upper please feel free to contact me via my website or PM on here. I can't get them in stock fast enough so I usually just order them from the factory and it is shipped out 5-10 days after ordered straight to your address of choice.

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Does the ops inc brake/collar have to be on a specific barrel profile?

This thread really has me wanting an Mk12. Am I better off building or buying a complete upper? My budget for the upper will most likely be $1100-$1300 max.
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Does the ops inc brake/collar have to be on a specific barrel profile?
Yes, the Ops Inc 12th model brake and collar require a unique contour that is only found on a few different makes of barrel. The difference in a true SPR contoured barrel vs most 18" rifle gassed barrels is that the gas block seat ( the .750" OD portion of the barrel) is about an inch longer on the SPR, extending well past the front edge of even the longer front sight gas blocks. The 12th model collar has an internal step that butts up against the step in the barrel at the front edge of the gas block seat. This properly locates the collar and prevents it from getting pushed back into the gas block when a suppressor is threaded against it.

Off the top of my head, barrels with a true SPR contour are manufactured by Douglas, White Oak Arms, BCM, Bergara, and Rainier Arms. The Douglas barrels are available from or turned by Compass Lake Machine, Precision Reflex Inc., Centurion Arms, High Caliber Sales, Adco, MSTN and probably a few others I'm forgetting.
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This thread really has me wanting an Mk12. Am I better off building or buying a complete upper? My budget for the upper will most likely be $1100-$1300 max.
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I was in the same dilemma...chase down all the individual parts over time and put it together at my own pace (the chase is half the fun) or spend a few more bucks and go with a proven quantity (upper from one of the original government contract builders that has been test fired and proven to be sub-MOA). Needless to say patience lost out to instant gratification.

Oh my. I do believe I've made a mess in my drawers...
That's sweet!
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And what are you talkin' bout willis....you got me started in this evil addiction. Man, we need to go fishing.
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Some nice looking builds from all. If you do want the instant gratification let me know. We get the Precision Reflex Uppers for the MK12 Mod 0 directly from the factory and they will even send it straight to your house for us. We have them listed on our website or you can PM/email us and we can give you a Calguns discount for the complete uppers.

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https://shop.darkskysolutions.com/pr...curacy-34-1151
Is pretty tempting... If I only had that kinda dough to spend all at once.
Yeah, that upper is a very sweet one. PRI has a very strict MAP policy so that is as low as I can go on my website. PM or better yet email me with product number and I can give you a bit of a CGN discount. Not tons but at least a little bit.


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