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My Doublestar AR15 in 5.56 Nato.
1x9 twist S&W upper
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Eotech EXPS3-2 with GG&G flip up lens covers
Eotech X3 multiplier G23
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Magpul CTR stock
Magpul Mbus flip up iron sights
Troy Industries rail
Streamlight Poly Tac light
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Partnered with my Springfield XD 45acp Tactical in 5.25in. Factory FDE frame. In my Pelican 1700 case in FDE.
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Arghh! Too many ARs. Must... break... monotony

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I'll help. Excuse the poor lighting, just took these. Just got the Weaver K3-60 I won off of eBay. The micro dot and crosshairs are very fine, but it is crystal clear.




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Last of a kind. She was built last week and production of the A3 has ended. Love this LWRC.

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DasBoost, that is the second most beautiful Mini 14 I have ever seen. Awesome.
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Just finished this build today.

PSA lower
Model 1 Dissipator upper
Magpul furniture
Spikes Dyna Comp Extreme compensator
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Took this photo yesterday...I titled it "Home Grown" Vietnam era rucksak, military style web belt and the AR.

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Traditional Fixed Magazine Semi/ Straight Pull Bolt Action/
///Or should the bul lpup be in a different section since it' snot self loading?
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UPS delivered my LaRue LT104 this afternoon so while watching the Greenbriar Classic golf tournemant, I mounted my new Nikon P-223 scope.





While I was at it I threw on the Magpul front and rear BUS I found in a drawer.

The upper is an ADCOR BEAR Elite, the lower is a standard DPMS 5.56 lower with a DPMS parts kit and a Geiselle SSS EN trigger
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My bangsick

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YHM with M4 Feedramps
18" 1:8 DPMS SS Barrel
Birdcage Flash Hider for now
Midwest Industries Free Float Rail
BCM Bolt Carrier


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UPS delivered my LaRue LT104 this afternoon so while watching the Greenbriar Classic golf tournemant, I mounted my new Nikon P-223 scope.





While I was at it I threw on the Magpul front and rear BUS I found in a drawer.

The upper is an ADCOR BEAR Elite, the lower is a standard DPMS 5.56 lower with a DPMS parts kit and a Geiselle SSS EN trigger
Looks like it's mounted too far forward for the eye relief of the scope (3.6"?). Can you see when you've got your head on the stock?
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Yes I can. The scope has about 4 inches of "sweet spot" for me. I wanted to get it as far forward as I could to leave room for the BUS and still be able to use the rear charging handle. I was pleased to see that as I kept moving the scope forward, I still had complete view while maintaining cheek weld.

The back of the scope is just barely IFO the charging handle.
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Few updates to my 16"






Just started getting things together for my new A2 style KISS rifle build
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1 of 300 Lucky to swoop on RAINIER ARMS "RAPTOR"
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Here is my Ruger SR-556 with AR gold trigger,Redi Mag BAD button, Leopold Mark AR 6-18 power scope with a Larue mount, and ACS Magpul stock.

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I've already posted this in the AR-15 Gallery and the Non-Black AR-15 picture thread. But I really wanted to share here too.! (I feel like a new father showing off his first born )

After trolling this site for over 2.5 years, I finally bought my first (but I seriously doubt my last) AR. I bought her at the end of May and I've put about 250 rounds through her so far and she's everything I've always fantasized about! I'd like to introduce you all to Mary Jane:




She's a Windham Weaponry SRC. I wish I could say I built her myself but I bought her off the rack and completely assembled with all the furniture you see from my local gun store . (Are we allowed to post the names of the gun stores we frequent?)

Here's her parts list:
- Upper & Lower are from Windham Weaponry
- Troy MRF BattleRail w/ ladders
- Magpul 10/20 PMAGS
- Magpul MOE grip
- Vltor IMOD stock
- Magpul front and rear MBUS sights

(I'm saving up for an EOTECH 512.)

Her main uses so far have been punching holes in paper (very inaccurately but I'm trying to get better) and ringing steel.

Oh and here a few last shots of her stampings in case you've never heard of Windham Weaponry (cause I never heard of them until that day in the store):




I've never handled a Spike's Tactical or BCM or Mega or Bushmaster or any of the many other brands I see posted here. My only other experience with an AR-15 was shooting a fully automatic LWRC M6 during a trip to Las Vegas last year. But I gotta say Windham Weaponry made a great product! I LOVE MY RIFLE!
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I've already posted this in the AR-15 Gallery and the Non-Black AR-15 picture thread. But I really wanted to share here too.! (I feel like a new father showing off his first born )

After trolling this site for over 2.5 years, I finally bought my first (but I seriously doubt my last) AR. I bought her at the end of May and I've put about 250 rounds through her so far and she's everything I've always fantasized about! I'd like to introduce you all to Mary Jane:




She's a Windham Weaponry SRC. I wish I could say I built her myself but I bought her off the rack and completely assembled with all the furniture you see from my local gun store . (Are we allowed to post the names of the gun stores we frequent?)

Here's her parts list:
- Upper & Lower are from Windham Weaponry
- Troy MRF BattleRail w/ ladders
- Magpul 10/20 PMAGS
- Magpul MOE grip
- Vltor IMOD stock
- Magpul front and rear MBUS sights

(I'm saving up for an EOTECH 512.)

Her main uses so far have been punching holes in paper (very inaccurately but I'm trying to get better) and ringing steel.

Oh and here a few last shots of her stampings in case you've never heard of Windham Weaponry (cause I never heard of them until that day in the store):




I've never handled a Spike's Tactical or BCM or Mega or Bushmaster or any of the many other brands I see posted here. My only other experience with an AR-15 was shooting a fully automatic LWRC M6 during a trip to Las Vegas last year. But I gotta say Windham Weaponry made a great product! I LOVE MY RIFLE!

Congrats on the first AR! She's a good looking one!

ETA: A pic of one of my babies


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It's an Accuracy First level - http://www.accuracy1stdg.com/store/

I went through a few levels trying to find one I liked and this one is perfect.


And for sh*ts and giggles here's a pic of it at night. I installed some tritium vials into it to illuminate it at night.


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Update.
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Here's both of mine AR's:
On the top-I built it with both Anderson Manufacturing Upper and Lower receivers. I used Loki Weapons 18" double fluted SS 1/8 twist barrel with AP carbon fiber fore grip. I haven't test it yet.
On the bottom-my standard Spike Tactical lower with Stag upper receiver.
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