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Old 08-03-2011, 10:23 AM
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Just a quick tip: When the scope spans the gap between the upper receiver and the handgaurd it could experience damage from not being in alignment. Just because they look even does not mean they are on the same plane.

Sweet rifle though!
ooo thanks for the tip!
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Added the MAGS EFX-A1 stock. Awesome cheekweld compared to the A-2 stock, added about 1/2 pound to the rear of the rifle as well. The EFX stock is built like a tank

Wow! Thats nice!
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Here's my poor-man's SPR wanna-be. This was a remodel of my 16" AR. Wish I could afford all the real parts, but this will have to do for now. Can't wait to take it out this weekend Parts list:

- CMMG 18" MedCon upper w/ mid-length gas system & micro gas block
- Spikes Tactical lower receiver & custom-engraved ejection port cover
- RRA lower parts kit w/ two-stage trigger
- Ergo Tactical Deluxe pistol grip
- Ace Skeleton stock, rifle length
- JP Enterprises 15" hand guard
- DPMS Miculek muzzle brake / compensator
- Harris 6-9" lightweight bipod
- Nikon M-223 3-12x42SF scope, calibrated for .223/55gr/3240fps round
- Nikon M-223 742 scope mount, 20 MOA incline
- Nikon RSH-13 sunshade
- Raddlock Bullet Button








And what it looked like before the remodel:


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what camera are you using to take pics (JCardona)? Those pics (and rifle) are incredible!

I have an 18" DPMS MK12 rifle en route. Have you guys used your SPRs with 18" barrels to do any "tactical carbine" classes? Just curious if the longer barrel / weight, was any problem over the duration of the course while shooting the rifle (obviously, not prone or from a bench)...

Yes, I'm familiar with the info off this page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mk_12_S..._Purpose_Rifle but curious if you guys have done 1-2 days courses, shooting upward of 500+ rounds in a day while running around with the rifle, and "wishing" you had a shorter/lighter barrel. flame suit on...

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Upper is a DPMS Mark 12, 18" 416 SS Barrel 6 grooves, right-hand 1x8 twist, button rifled with ARMS front folding sight, and a MaTech rear sight.

The lower is a POF, with a Geissele 2 Stage Trigger, VLTOR A5 E-MOD, Magpul ASAP mount, Magpul 20 round rebuild, with Magpul Ranger Plate, Magpul MIAD Modular Grip
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what camera are you using to take pics (JCardona)? Those pics (and rifle) are incredible!
Thanks! I'm using a Nikon D90 and Nikon 17-55mm f/2.8 lens. These pics were taken late at night. Used a slow shutter speed and a speedlight in a shoot-thru umbrella to the right of the camera
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There are some very nice sticks in this thread!

Here's my SPR:

ADCO 18" upper/Mega lower

LMT 2 Stage trigger

DD Lite rail

I had the Ops Inc brake and collar on there but removed it so I can mount my SCAR heavy can (out of state)

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My newly acquired US Optics SN-4 1.5-6X with JNG MIL/MIL reticle.
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Weatherby Vanguard in .223. Nikon Buckmaster 4.5 - 14X, Talley one-piece rings and mounts, Rock Mount Bipod, Rattle can paint.

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I am just interesting-on many pics here rifles have scopes and flip-up sights (back up sights) in collapsed position right under the scopes. "In case" how you guys planning to use those flip-ups? There is no way they will go to open position while scope on the rifle. Or they are there just for look?
I am newbie in AR, so pardon my question please.
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I am just interesting-on many pics here rifles have scopes and flip-up sights (back up sights) in collapsed position right under the scopes. "In case" how you guys planning to use those flip-ups? There is no way they will go to open position while scope on the rifle. Or they are there just for look?
I am newbie in AR, so pardon my question please.
Palmaris,

The LaRue mount I use has quick detach levers and would take a couple seconds to take off the optic and flip up the sights. A lot of mounts have them, so that's why many are running BUIS.
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The LaRue mount I use has quick detach levers and would take a couple seconds to take off the optic and flip up the sights. A lot of mounts have them, so that's why many are running BUIS.
Thanks a lot for explanation-now it makes sense. I need to look for quick detach mounting for my AR.
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Old 09-25-2011, 4:45 PM
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Here's mine

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I am just interesting-on many pics here rifles have scopes and flip-up sights (back up sights) in collapsed position right under the scopes. "In case" how you guys planning to use those flip-ups? There is no way they will go to open position while scope on the rifle. Or they are there just for look?
I am newbie in AR, so pardon my question please.
This is the Larue model I bought.
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Here is my rifle

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Here's one of our SPRish rifle setups.
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Less messy desk.

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This is my Armalite SPR Mod 1 Monolithic
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18" DPMS sass bull barrel
YHM upper reciever and handguard
CMMG lower and LPK with their new 2 stage trigger.
Nikon M223 scope
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Why did I come to this thread? Now I'm gonna have to start collecting parts for an SPR build
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Man, there are some really nice setups here.



Swiss made Sig 550 with ACOG TA31F (green chevron reticule)



The group measures 0.97" center to center (9 shots, discounting the flier). Unfortunately I haven't had the opportunity to take it beyond 300 yards as that is the farthest any of the local ranges go out to.
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acr with custom barrel

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My most recent build: the Diet SPR. Built on a 16" Rainier Arms "Select" barrel to shave off a bit of weight.










Upper Receiver components:

-Spike's Tactical forged upper w/ M-4 feed ramps
-Rainier Arms 16" stainless "Select" barrel 1-8 twist 3 groove polygonal
-R-Guns M-16 Bolt Carrier Group with Nickel Boron Coating
-AAC SPR-M4 "Hollister" Brake/ QD suppressor adapter
-Paladin Machine 3 position adjustable gas block
-Spike's Tactical mid length melonited gas tube
-BCM Gunfighter charging handle
-Midwest Industries SS-12 free float modular forend
-TMS forward offset scope mount (mounts optic slightly higher than Larue, ADM)
-Sightmark Triple Duty 2.5-10X32 illuminated mil dot scope
-Matech rear folding sight, generic front folding sight
-B&T polymer QD bipod

Lower Receiver components:

-Spike's Tactical forged lower
-Spike's Tactical LPK and trigger
-MAGS EFX-A1 fixed buttstock
-Magpul MOE grip w/ home built kydex fin (Featureless build)
-Magpul MOE trigger guard
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Upper:
High Caliber Sales MK12 Mod1 upper with LMT Upper Receiver
KAC 600m Front & Rear sights
Ops Inc Brake & Collar
Nightforce NXS 2.5-10x24mm + Larue LT104 mount
LDI DBAL i2 Desert Tan - IR laser + Green visible laser
KAC Bipod mount
Harris Bipod 6-9

Lower:
LMT Defender 2000 lower
LMT Sopmod Gen2
KAC 2 stage trigger
KAC combat trigger guard
Magpul MOE+
Magpul BAD
Magpul ASAP

Any suggestion on a good 2pt sling?
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lint on the front site




Upper is a DPMS Mark 12, 18" 416 SS Barrel 6 grooves, right-hand 1x8 twist, button rifled with ARMS front folding sight, and a MaTech rear sight.

The lower is a POF, with a Geissele 2 Stage Trigger, VLTOR A5 E-MOD, Magpul ASAP mount, Magpul 20 round rebuild, with Magpul Ranger Plate, Magpul MIAD Modular Grip
How are you liking the DMS scope?
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^^^^ what sling is that? I want!!
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It's the belt from my straight jacket.

I've gone crazy from seeing all these beautiful SPRs.

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LWRC M6A3 DMR

UPPER :

- 18" Length Barrel 1/7" Twist
- SureFire Muzzle Brake
- LaRue Tactical SPR LT104 Mount
- NightForce NXS 2.5-10 X 32MM Mil-Dot
- Harris 9-13" and LaRue Bi-Pod Adapter
- Incorporated Front Gas Block Sight
- LWRC Skirmish Rear Sight

LOWER :

- Geissele SSA Two-Stage Trigger
- MagPul MIAD Grip
- MagPul CTR Stock
- LaRue Tactical Cheek R.I.S.R.
- LaRue Tactical P.O.D.

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still need a better scope and mount..
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My Budget SPR:
18" DPMS Barrel
JD Machine Upper
JD Machine Rail System (not a big fan of this, JP Reigns KING of round FF)
2 Stage NM Trigger
A2 stock (possibly switching to UBR)
Vortex FH
2.5-10x Vortex with QD Mount (soon)

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