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Old 07-01-2012, 9:40 PM
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I win the award for ugliest SPR!
I for one love the used/worn rifle look, I think it looks great.
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I win the award for ugliest SPR!

THIS IS A SPR! Well done.
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Old 07-15-2012, 3:15 AM
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was this rifle in City Arms (p-hill) recently? If not I saw one nearly identical.
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I've posted it elsewhere, but here it is again - now with an Aimpoint T-1 as the offset optic.



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Minor update- Swapped out the 1-4X Leatherwood CMR with a Sightmark 2.5-10X32 Mil Dot. The CMR was good for up to 650 yards (Furthest I shot with it) but I was never really comfortable shooting distance with a 4X on this rifle. Also swapped out the SPR brake for a POF unit. Slightly less weight, and kicks up a bit less salad in the prone position.



Ended up putting the CMR on my "Diet" SPR. Essentially a RECCE style build with 16" barrel. Much more compat than a true SPR, but still retains much of the long range capability.

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Nice rifles FMJBT, what kind of stocks are those?
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Nice rifles FMJBT, what kind of stocks are those?
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Technical question: what cleaning kits are you guys using to clean the bores of your SPRs?
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Technical question: what cleaning kits are you guys using to clean the bores of your SPRs?
Bore Snake with either Hoppes bore solvent or Remington bore past, followed by a few blasts of brake cleaner down the bore and gas tube. Before shooting I run another dry boresnake through just to make sure it's free of oil or crud in the bore. I don't sweat cleaning too much, just try to get as much carbon fouling out as possible. I used to be really OCD about cleaning. Bore guides, copper solvent, dozens of patches, etc. All it really got me was a rifle that would group inconsistently for the first 10 to 20 shots before it would settle in to a consistent point of aim and group size.
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Minor update- Swapped out the 1-4X Leatherwood CMR with a Sightmark 2.5-10X32 Mil Dot. The CMR was good for up to 650 yards (Furthest I shot with it) but I was never really comfortable shooting distance with a 4X on this rifle. Also swapped out the SPR brake for a POF unit. Slightly less weight, and kicks up a bit less salad in the prone position.



Ended up putting the CMR on my "Diet" SPR. Essentially a RECCE style build with 16" barrel. Much more compat than a true SPR, but still retains much of the long range capability.

What butt stocks are these rifles sporting? I am considering a fixed stock and these appear fixed. Am I wrong?
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What butt stocks are these rifles sporting? I am considering a fixed stock and these appear fixed. Am I wrong?
They are the MAGS EFX A-1 stock distributed through Stag Arms. I really like these stocks, excellent build quality and the cheekweld is perfect for use with optics. I actually prefer these over the Magpul PRS stock for precision rifles, and they also work well for run-and-gun style rifles as well.
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Talking finally!!!





Upper:
  • SunDevil billet upper receiver
  • Rainier Arms UltraMatch SPR 18" SS barrel
  • Ops Inc collar and brake
  • KAC URX II rifle length w/ integrated front sight
  • KAC 200-600m rear buis
  • Global Tactical ThunderBolt BCG
  • PRI charging handle
  • Harris S-BR bipod 6-9" w/ podlock w/ Larue LT-130

Lower:
  • SunDevil billet lower receiver
  • A2 stock
  • Sierra Precision SPR pistol grip
  • KNS anti-rotation pins
  • Geissele SD-E trigger
  • KAC trigger guard

Optics:
  • Nightforce NXS 2.5-10x32 LV reticle
  • Nightforce Uni-Mount

Not 100% "correct" but I still like her...

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Thought I would throw mine into the mix.




Upper:
LaRue Stealth 18 inch upper
SureFire FA556 MuzzleBrake
Bushnell HDMR G2DMR in a LaRue LT158
Harriss Bipod BRM-S in an LT706
LaRue Index Clips

Lower:
LaRue Lower
LaRue APEG Grip
Magpul UBR
Geissele SSA-E Trigger
Magpul BAD Lever

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Upper:
Aero Stripped Upper w/ re-Ano to match lower
BCM Recce 18" S/S
PWS FSC 556
Troy lo pro GB
Troy Vtac alpha rail
Troy BUIS
Fail zero BCG

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DPMS LPK
Miad full kit
rra NM 2 stage
kns fde anti rot
Magpul ubr

Still debating on optics but will probably be a MK AR in mil w/ MK2 mount
BCM LG latch
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Wow gizmo7718, that is one heck of a build. I really like it. Got an idea of how much the total was for that sweet rifle?
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BCM MK12 MOD 0 Clone. (Well i replaced the A2 with a CTR)
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Wow gizmo7718, that is one heck of a build. I really like it. Got an idea of how much the total was for that sweet rifle?
I would estimate I paid a little over $3K when all is said and done. Took me a couple years to save up and get all the pieces I wanted. Thanks for the comments.
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Pretty much done with my little SPR inspired build. About 1400 for the parts and about 1000 for scope and mount. Haven't even had a chance to take her out yet, she's fresh off the presses of getting the last piece (handguard) put on. The handguard is a little mismatched on the color, but that OK, I love the way it looks.



VLTOR MUR upper receiver
DPMS 18" MK 12 barrel, rifle length gas
YHM low profile gas block
Surefire MB556K
BCM BCG
BCM Medium Gunfighter
Parallax Tactical FFSSR 2.5 handguard
Some Magpul MBUS

Spikes Tactical lower
PSA LPK
Geissele SSA trigger
Magpul MOE grip
Magpul UBR stock
Raddlock mag lock

Just waiting on a back-ordered Larue mount and Vortex PST scope.
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^ nice , love that HG

btw , which pst model you going with ?
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4-16 FFP.

Wanted something more like a 2-10, but they don't make one in FFP. Plus I won't be using it at less than 4x power anyway and the extra magnification would be good for spotting.
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Lookin GOOD!!
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Another angle in natural light.

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What are the barrel collars used for like the one in this pic? Is it just for looks? Help with barrel harmonics??

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Pretty sure it’s for a suppressor
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What are the barrel collars used for like the one in this pic? Is it just for looks? Help with barrel harmonics??

It's a two point mounting setup for the Ops Inc. 12th model suppressor. The muzzle brake has threads under the removable thread protector. The tapered collar behind the brake serves to center the suppressor on the barrel when tightened down. Because the suppressor covers approx. 4" of barrel and muzzle brake (known as a "reflex" design), it only adds about 5" to the overall length of the rifle even though it is almost 9" long.

http://www.opsinc.us/suppressors/12t...l-SPR-MBS.html

For the sake of authenticity, the Ops Inc. muzzle brake is the correct part for both the Mod 0 and Mod 1 SPR clones, although it's kind of pointless in CA as there is no legal way for civilians to own suppressors in this state.
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This was my first AR-15 Build




The Upper was made member vytamenc22
The barrel is 18" 1 in 8 in .223 wylde
Nikon Monarch 4-16x42 Scope
Burris Pepr QD scope Mount
Magpul BUIS
Cheap rail handgaurd
UTG Bipod

JD Machine Calguns Lower
CMMG Parts Kit
Magpul MOE Grip
Bullet Button
Stag Arms Tactical Stock.

I am pretty happy with it for being my first build. It went over budget and I ran out of money on a few things, but it was fun to put together. My next upgrade for it is a nicer stock.
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It's a two point mounting setup for the Ops Inc. 12th model suppressor......etc

http://www.opsinc.us/suppressors/12t...l-SPR-MBS.html

For the sake of authenticity, the Ops Inc. muzzle brake is the correct part for both the Mod 0 and Mod 1 SPR clones, although it's kind of pointless in CA as there is no legal way for civilians to own suppressors in this state.
Thanks for the great write up. Yeah I guess its pointless in CA but I gotta admit, it looks sexxy as hell with the way it looks.
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Thanks for the great write up. Yeah I guess its pointless in CA but I gotta admit, it looks sexxy as hell with the way it looks.

I should edit that to remove the "Pointless" statement. If you set aside the cost for a moment, the Ops Inc brake is actually a very effective brake, although there are many options that are cheaper that perform jut as well.
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Just shot it for the first time this weekend.
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Had to step away from the featureless configuration. I liked the mag release, but the ergonomics were just goofy and I think the accuracy of the rifle might have suffered due to this. Besides that, I had to rape the MAGS EFX-A1 stock from it for use on another top secret project which will probably have pics in here in a couple of weeks I think I might be ready to call this one finished. I may end up adding a Sierra Precision grip, but other than that I think this configuration is just about perfect for the rifles intended use (Short to mid range shooting at steel plates, 50 yards out to around 700)

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Lots of good hardware and ideas. Very timely because I"m thinking of using my base LE6920 and outfitting an upper for SPR use.

I already have Nikkon Buckmaster 6-18x-50 scope on an Armalite 1 piece scope mount. Just trying to decide on the upper and I'm leaning towards the Stag 3G.

Also thinking of a Geissele SSA drop in.

It's funny because I've had a Thompson Contender with 3 different barrels and it wasn't until last week (I've had the Thompson since 1984) that I realized my Colt (since March of this year) can be outfitted with different uppers in the same manner.

A lot of these setups look great. Love looking at something a bit different than the typical 16" w/Aimpoint + Magnifier.... oh wait, that's what I got!
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Many of you will recognize the MAGS EFX-A1 stock stolen off of my RECCE build, but the rest of this build is all new parts. Somewhere along the way I think I may have traded off a child or kidney (maybe both) to the guys at Precision Reflex....



Upper:

DS Arms stripped upper
R Guns Nib coated BCG
BCM Gunfighter (Large)
PRI Gen III Delta top rail
PRI Gen III Delta forend
PRI folding front sight
18" Bergara SPR contour barrel 5.56 1:8 (PRI)
ARMS #71 folding rear sight
Ops Inc SPR brake and collar
RRA melonite treated gas tube
Caldwell XLA 6-9" bipod (pivot)
Yukon 2-12X32 FFP Mil Dot scope (probably temporary)
UTG 30mm QD rings

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Spikes Tactical Punisher logo lower
Standard LPK with 30 min. trigger job (bobbed hammer, polish, cut springs)
MAGS EFX-A1 stock
Sierra Precision grip
LWRC polymer trigger guard
Bullet Button w/ 10/20 FDE Pmag (The only Magpul item on the entire rifle)

The finish is done in a mixture of leftover Duracoat I had out in the shop, roughly 50/50 of magpul FDE and desert mirage brown. It ends up being a few shades darker than magpul FDE, I actually like it quite a bit. The rapid photo shop I did really doesn't do it justice. It was pretty late when i got it finished tonight, the photoshop was the best I could do given the lighting.
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I win the award for ugliest SPR!

That is actually the best looking SPR I have seen on this thread. Some great builds on here but yours, Good Sir, has to be the one I like the most.

Is that an issued one? I only ask cause that looks alot like the last one I shot, lmao.

MK12 Mod 0 is the best. Not sure why they decided to do a Mod 1 but I will always prefer the Mod 0. The only thing I have and would change is putting the SOPMOD stock on it like yours is.
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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?
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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?
Busy day of moving into my new condo today, but I'll try and setup some pictures of the reticle at various powers tonight. TBH, I wanted the 2.5-10, because I think this might be a little much for the 5.56 round. But I wanted something with a FFP, and this was the smallest they made.
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