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Old 08-04-2008, 9:13 PM
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Sweet looking AR. Care to share the details of your build?? This is exactly how i want to build my next AR. So far i have the lower receiver and A2 buttstock, just buying a little at a time. Next purchase will probably be the MM grip and RRA 2 stage parts kit.
Thanks larryb!

I started with a stripped Stag A3 flattop upper and Stag stripped lower so I could do the OD bake-on finish from Brownells
I used a DPMS bolt and carrier group and upper and lower parts kit
The barrel is a DPMS 20" SS .223, 1-9 twist Bull barrel with a mid-length gas system
The gas block is a single rail (not sure of the manufacturer)
The Handguard is a 2-piece DPMS free-float aluminum tube
The Stock is a DPMS A2 and the grip is a MM (DUH! )
The bipod is a Harris "knock-off
The scope mount is a LaRue Tactical QD LT-104
The scope is a Barska SWAT 6-24x60 IR. Maybe WAY too much for 100 yards and maybe too much for this rifle, but I haven't moved out to 200+ yards yet and I've got a M25 build coming up it might work well on.


Just yesterday I replaced the DPMS trigger group with a Jewell 2-stage adjustable 3# trigger (SWEET!) and pulled the Prince 50 off and replaced it with the DPMS parts since it no longer has a pistol grip.

A lot more fun to shoot and more accurate than my Kel-Tec, and I can actually take this one apart without being concerned about shaving plastic on re-assembly.
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Old 08-04-2008, 9:19 PM
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What is that braket called where the aimpoint is mounted on ? do they sell those seperately or only for aimpoints ?[/QUOTE]


Its an A.R.M.S. Aimpoint mount with and A.R.M.S. #22M68 cantilever spacer, its can be bought separately. (catilever brings it to the right height for the Magnifiers with FTS or QD mounts
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new guy here, also new to the AR fever (5 months in) previous illnesses are R700 5r, M1A's.

here is my first AR illness.


Stag 2t with Prince 50 maglock
10/30 pmag
Aimpoint M3
Tango down grip
Magpul stock and trigger guard


went to the doctor and got 2 new viruses today.


Top one:
JP-15 Upper with lowmass bolt group
Leupold LR/T 3-14X36 on a American Defence mount
Ace stock
Harris bipods
CAA grip
Magpul trigger guard
10/20 pmag
Sundevil Lower with RRA NM 2 stage trigger LPK
Prince 50 maglock.

Bottom one:
SPR configured upper: Douglas SS Barrel 1:17 18" w/ Ops Set, Troy BUIS, Daniel Defence 12.0 lite rail w/ KAC guards.
Harris Bipods
Leupold MR/T M3 on a American Defence mount
DSA Z4 Lower with RRA NM 2 stage trigger LPK
Magpul PRS stock & Grip
10/20 Pmag
Prince 50 maglock


Got the Lab tests from Angeles Range today, using factory ammo's BH 77gr BTHP.


Top Left - 3 shot 100yrds SPR
Bottom - 3 shot 100yrds JP-15


JP-15 3 shot 100yrds -
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Old 08-12-2008, 6:23 AM
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I replaced the DPMS standard trigger parts with the Jewell 2 stage trigger. I bought one of those "bunny ear" butt-rests and can actually hold a lot steadier. I'm pleased with my 100 yard result.



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Heres my KISS build,

Laure Lower

DPMS LPK

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6 position colapsable stock

M&A A2 Midlenght 16' upper



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Old 08-12-2008, 9:16 PM
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You know sometimes a KISS build are really neat. Nice job. Gives me thoughts about one.
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I am almost done with my FDE build, then I wanna build a retro. It looks like it will be a while cause NDS seems to be backed up on orders for 601s. Cannot wait to post pics of both.
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Old 08-15-2008, 11:42 PM
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Gah those were the tightest taper pins I ever seen. I have removed 2 or 3 other FSB before and those took me just a few swings with a hammer. This one (Del-Ton barrel) took a hammer, punch, dremel with sanding drum and drill. The first pin came out with a little sanding and lots of hammering. The second one I drilled out.

Magpul's CTR FDE doesn't quite match up perfectly with Mega's anodized FDE receivers but it really doesn't bother me. I am thinking of either a new black pistol grip or a FDE one (probably an MOE). I have MI 2 piece FF HGs duracoated Magpul FDE but I am still missing the ejection port cover asmbly., gas block, tube, and sights.
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Colt M4 w/ latest M68. Swapped out our FN M16 A4's for this latest rotation. OK... it's walking a thin line for the topic, but wanted to show that we do get new stuff for deployments.

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What does the little doodad on the right side magwell say?
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My monsterman build. Stag lower and Armalite upper.
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Old 08-17-2008, 11:54 AM
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Thanks for the pic! That looks awesome! I am building a similar Monsterman build for my twelve year old son as he wants to use my preban 30 rounders. Do you know what the weight is on that bad boy?

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My monsterman build. Stag lower and Armalite upper.
How do you like the Miculek brake? Thinking about using one...
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How do you like the Miculek brake? Thinking about using one...
Its just the cheap brake they have at Cold War Shooters for like $10. I'm not a big fan of it, you can really feel the pressure wave when you are next to it, even when shooting. Even more so at indoor ranges.
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My $350 build. Gotta love spare parts. Picked up some misc. parts today at the gun show, got the receiver at cost, the rest of the parts I've acquired over the past year of so. It has an A1 stock and hand guards because I prefer the ergonomics of these better than the current issue ones. Yeah it has no muzzle brake but the barrel was a free unfired Colt so no biggie. Gonna put a Matech on it and an ACOG in the future.

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My last two builds:





LMT MRP upper 14.5 (Votex PA by Randall AR15barrels)
LWRC lower w/chip 4 pound trigger, P50, & 10/30
LMT Sopmod
Eotech 552
Troy's
Ergo
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Jtac MK12 Mod 0 with Whiteoak Barrel, PRI, Vortex, Arms.
USO SN3 1.8-10
Mega Lower with Timney 4 lb, ergo, P50, 10/20
Emod stock
Smith Enterprises bi-pod
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Here are my two new M-4's...





Sorry about the quality. I will post new ones when i get my hands on a good digital camera.

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CMMG Lowers
DPMS Lower parts kits
One has the Stag 2HT with the quad rails upper receiver and the other one just has the standard Stag complete upper.

They both have the MAGPUL CTR adjustable butt stocks.

The Quad rail is my baby and is still a work in progress. Like I said I will update when I get a different camera and new toys on the 2HT.

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Sorry for the terrible pics, AR15 is almost finished. She is just missing sights/optics, muzzle attachment and an ejection port cover assembly. The pictures really don't do the rifles justice.

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Colt M4 w/ latest M68. Swapped out our FN M16 A4's for this latest rotation. OK... it's walking a thin line for the topic, but wanted to show that we do get new stuff for deployments.

I'm glad to see someone is carrying on the tradition of dummy wiring/cording gear onto the weapons. I still do the exact thing with safety wire on my rifle.

Are you attached or belong to the Washington Guard? I worked with a medic and bravo when subsequently attached to a 1Cav. Great guys. We used to call that patch the "chicken wing." (doesn't look like any raven to me)

Anyhow, good luck with your deployment. I know my buddies were just recently at Yakima for mob training. God speed!

On a side note, I hated attaching stuff to my IBA. If you want to reduce weight on the IBA and allow super fast mobility, I'm sure you know of the stuff by Logan Coffey of Tactical Tailor, like the MAV vest and etc. A lot of types run around with their gear and everything is customizable. Best $$$ I ever spent on for a deployment.
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My M4. It is a Stag 2HTL (for us lefties out there) upper with a Spikes Tactical Lower. DPMS lower kit and butt stock.

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range report?
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Apparently my picture broke and I did not realize it. It's fixed now. Thanks for the heads up!

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1) CMMG A3 Upper w/ a 14.7" Barrel and Permently Attached Flash Hider and a Chrome Lined Chamber and Bore w/ M-4 feedramps.
2) CMMG Off List Lower
3) LMT Crane Buttstock
4) KAC 4-Rail Handguards & Rail Covers
5) KAC Flip-Up Rear Sight (recently switched to a GG&G Spring Activated Sight that is not shown)
6) Hogue Grip (I love the way they feel and already have storage in the stock).
7) Magpul Enhanced Trigger Guard
8) KNS Anti-Rotation Trigger Pins
9) Chip McCormick National Match Trigger
10) TA31F Trijicon ACOG Scope (just sold it, not sure what will replace it. It was really nice but I needed the funds for another project).
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BB button installed makes the forward grip legal.
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thanks to weezil_boi and One Shot, One Dropped for parts. and a big thanks to everyone at CalGuns for all the info on how to build one of these great rifles!
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Well, I've lurked around this thread long enough. I guess I'll post a pic of my featureless build. My 9mm got separation anxiety, so I had to put it in there too
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Does your MMG rifle has a Bullet button? MMG and a collapsible stock is NOT a legal configuration without a maglock. Also, is that a flash hider you got in there? Be careful....

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Does your MMG rifle has a Bullet button? MMG and a collapsible stock is NOT a legal configuration without a maglock. Also, is that a flash hider you got in there? Be careful....
Could be a muzzlebrake....hard to tell from that angle.

The stock could also be pinned so its not adjustable..... Asking for more looks though....not as cut and dry as I like my featureless build... but its someone elses.

Like the 9 though
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Could be a muzzlebrake....hard to tell from that angle.

The stock could also be pinned so its not adjustable..... Asking for more looks though....not as cut and dry as I like my featureless build... but its someone elses.

Like the 9 though
You can bet, Iggy and the like would argue that the gap between the buffer tube and the MMG grip is a thumb hole.
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You can bet, Iggy and the like would argue that the gap between the buffer tube and the MMG grip is a thumb hole.
Iggy told me that the U-15 was a pistol grip so.........

I would only run a MMG with a A1orA2 but thats just me. Seen lots of people running them with ACE stocks. They are the ones that have to explain it to the LEO.
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Does your MMG rifle has a Bullet button? MMG and a collapsible stock is NOT a legal configuration without a maglock. Also, is that a flash hider you got in there? Be careful....
Non collapsible stock. It's not a thumbhole stock either. DOJ Definition of a thumbhole stock is -
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There is no hole, and the grip is not part of the stock.
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I've seen these sold at Ade's(MMG and pinned CAR stock). I was a little sceptical at first too, until I read up on the definition.

eta* With the exception of the mag, and the lpk... every part on this gun was purchased from calguns members I know it has nothing to do with the topic, but it just dawned on me, and I thought I'd share it with you all.
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Specs:
Lower:
Lewis Machine and Tool Defender 2000 Lower
Lower Parts Kit w/ 2-Stage National Match Trigger
Lewis Machine and Tool SOPMOD Stock w/ Mil-Spec Buffer Tube
Ergo Grip
Prince-50 Lock
10/30 Maglevel PMAG

Upper:
Lewis Machine and Tool CQB MRP w/ 16" Chrome-Lined 1:7 Barrel
Smith Vortex Flash Hider
Young Manufacturing Group Chrome Bolt Carrier Group
Badger Ordnance Tactical Latch

Optics:
Eotech 557.AR223 Holographic Sight
Eotech 3X Magnifier w/ Flip-To-Side Mount

Light:
Rico Tactics Alpha-9 Light w/ 250-lumen Bulb, Pressure Pads and Navigational Lights
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Give me a a case of .223 and immunity and i'll solve the gang problem from that News10 weather tower crap.
-talking about the Sacramento "gang tax" being proposed

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what's the range report on the rico 9? how's it handling the "recoil"?
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Guess What? I built another AR! I'm sorry about the terrible iphone pictures, but I just had to post something up to show you all. I'll take better ones when I can find my camera...






Specs:
Lower:
Lewis Machine and Tool Defender 2000 Lower
Lower Parts Kit w/ 2-Stage National Match Trigger
Lewis Machine and Tool SOPMOD Stock w/ Mil-Spec Buffer Tube
Ergo Grip
Prince-50 Lock
10/30 Maglevel PMAG

Upper:
Lewis Machine and Tool CQB MRP w/ 16" Chrome-Lined 1:7 Barrel
Smith Vortex Flash Hider
Young Manufacturing Group Chrome Bolt Carrier Group
Badger Ordnance Tactical Latch

Optics:
Eotech 557.AR223 Holographic Sight
Eotech 3X Magnifier w/ Flip-To-Side Mount

Light:
Rico Tactics Alpha-9 Light w/ 250-lumen Bulb, Pressure Pads and Navigational Lights
Is that your 4th build?

Looks pretty sweet!

How much does it weigh?
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