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Old 06-30-2009, 5:08 PM
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Nice pics aftermath. Maybe I'm just paranoid but I always disguise my serial number. If you care to do this too, you can easily do it in Microsoft paint. Just copy a 0 and paste it over the other numbers.

Here's my 5 second job. If you spend an extra few seconds you can make the numbers line up evenly.


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Old 06-30-2009, 5:32 PM
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What camera and lens are you using, Aftermath686?
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just got the larue stealth upper to finish this bad boy today.
Im thinking i can stick with the a2 stock for now as I have a Magpul PRS stock.
Scope is a Vortex Viper PST 6-16x50 30 mm tube
Larue quick disc mount
Larue quick disc bipod mount and Harris swivel bipod

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Previous config

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Old 06-30-2009, 8:53 PM
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aftermath686 - what bolt release attachment is that? how's it holding up to use?
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very similar to these but not the same :/

http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d+bolt+release
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just got the larue stealth upper to finish this bad boy today.
Im thinking i can stick with the a2 stock for now as I have a prs for my varminter.
Scope is a Vortex Crossfire 6-24x50 30 mm tube
Larue quick disc mount
Larue quick disc bipod mount and Harris swivel bipod
Thats a beauty! I'd swap out stocks though. PRS on this baby, and the A2 on varminter. Just my 2.
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Just got her built tonight. Had to post her up.

Stag Arms 2HT with Samson MRFS-C Free Float Rail
Stag Arms STAG-15 lower
RRA Lower Parts Kit 2-stage NM trigger
Hogue grip
VLTOR E-Mod Mil-spec stock
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Nice. She's all dressed up and ready to go out.

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Just got her built tonight. Had to post her up.

Stag Arms 2HT with Samson MRFS-C Free Float Rail
Stag Arms STAG-15 lower
RRA Lower Parts Kit 2-stage NM trigger
Hogue grip
VLTOR E-Mod Mil-spec stock
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Old 07-02-2009, 7:45 AM
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Thats a beauty! I'd swap out stocks though. PRS on this baby, and the A2 on varminter. Just my 2.
Ya, i was thinking about that, or maybe ill just get another PRS later down the road.
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I really like this one! nice
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Changed my setup recently. I enjoy shooting my scoped AR a lot. So I decided to do a similar setup on this one.

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How are you liking the MBUS? I'm thinking about pulling the trigger on one for my midlength upper.
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How are you liking the MBUS? I'm thinking about pulling the trigger on one for my midlength upper.
I have a Mbus rear sight on my AR, I love it. It's simple, light, effectice. It's great!
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I've had a CMMG Lower I've been sitting on since August 2008, placed and order with CMMG for a complete upper in November of 2008. It finally came and I was able to marry the two together as my first K.I.S.S. build.



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I have a Mbus rear sight on my AR, I love it. It's simple, light, effectice. It's great!
Thanks for the feedback!

I used to be one of those in the camp "plastic sights are bs" but will be giving one a try.
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Changed my setup recently. I enjoy shooting my scoped AR a lot. So I decided to do a similar setup on this one.

hey i have that same hot tub cover! : P
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hey i have that same hot tub cover! : P
Hot tubs are great!
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Hot tubs are great!
Now that's a vacation!
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just got my upper from stag 6HL varmint lefty sitting on a Territorial gunsmiths lower.
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Nice pics aftermath. Maybe I'm just paranoid but I always disguise my serial number. If you care to do this too, you can easily do it in Microsoft paint. Just copy a 0 and paste it over the other numbers.

Here's my 5 second job. If you spend an extra few seconds you can make the numbers line up evenly.

Thanks for the tip, I'm really not that worried about it though.

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What camera and lens are you using, Aftermath686?
Nikon D80 and that lens was a Tamron 18-200

Here's a ouple more shots with that lens. Some were taken before the Surefire break and light were mounted:





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So how do you make em legal with the 30rd p mags? Mag lock or are they modified to 10rds? Orrrr.....are they the real deal? I gotta know!

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Here is my latest build.






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Bob that's sweet looking . is this the upper you've been waiting on ?
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So how do you make em legal with the 30rd p mags? Mag lock or are they modified to 10rds? Orrrr.....are they the real deal? I gotta know!
Since he doesn't have a Monsterman or U15 on there, they'd have to be 10/30s unless these pictres were taken out of state.
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Bob that's sweet looking . is this the upper you've been waiting on ?

Hey Tom, nope this one is for predator pursuit use. Still waiting for my Stag 6H which will be for my long range varmint/target rig. How much does your rifle with scope weigh?
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new version of VLTOR CASV carbine. My last concept was really heavy and it no longer fun to shoot. So i made some drastic changes to make it more simple. The UBR stock was changed to CTR with Magpul ASAP end plate for single point sling. The side rails was removed to lighten the front. I did not install any more tac lights since this is not my primary home defense rifle.



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2 new ones + revamped the carbine.

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looks good ruiner.. and the addiction continues.. lol

i kinda slow down.. but recently ordered BCG.. hehe
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LOL I'm done as I've depleted my EBR funds...for now. So the infection lays dormant at the moment. It'll break out again when the funds get replenished LOL.
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Just came in the mail is my new POF SPR 18" 12X!

Came with Timney trigger, VLTOR, clubfoot, ERGOgrip.

Added so far PMAG MBUS front and rear collapsing sights and PMAG 10/30.

I love the PMAGS they are the BEST mags out there.




Looks freakin sweet standing next to its big brother the POF .308 20"!

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just got my ACOG TA11F today, so thought I would post a new pic!



RRA CAR A4 Lightweight Upper
Territorial Gunsmiths 5.56 Lower
CMMG LPK
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Magpul MOE Stock
Magpul MOE Handguards
Magpul MOE MBUS Rear Sight
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Hey Tom, nope this one is for predator pursuit use. Still waiting for my Stag 6H which will be for my long range varmint/target rig. How much does your rifle with scope weigh?
13lbs w/o bipode & 14 with .
not bad for the first shoots at 100yds
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