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Old 04-25-2010, 10:04 PM
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Awesome photo Aftermath! I want that SR-25!

Hey Jerry!!! Any way we can get SR-25 uppers too? I really want one bad...
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Old 04-25-2010, 11:54 PM
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The SR25 carbines are very nice indeed. At the end of that class, I was talking with Chris when he realized he had some 308 ammo left over. He handed me the SR25 and two 20 round PMAGs and asked me to get rid of them for him... Didn't have to ask me twice. That thing ran like a dream, with a really nice trigger and surprisingly little muzzle clime most likely due to the KAC brake. Being 308 recoil was definitely there, but manageable. I still don't know if I can justify the (roughly) $7K price tag though. That is a LOT of greenbacks.
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The SR25 carbines are very nice indeed. At the end of that class, I was talking with Chris when he realized he had some 308 ammo left over. He handed me the SR25 and two 20 round PMAGs and asked me to get rid of them for him... Didn't have to ask me twice. That thing ran like a dream, with a really nice trigger and surprisingly little muzzle clime most likely due to the KAC brake. Being 308 recoil was definitely there, but manageable. I still don't know if I can justify the (roughly) $7K price tag though. That is a LOT of greenbacks.
I already want one and you're making it worst! HAHA! I would love to try one out and the reviews out there have been nothing but great except for the cost to own one. But damn, $7k! I always thought it was around $5k. Good thing is, I'm not the type to buy a ton of guns. But I will buy quality, even though it may take me longer to own one... Damn I want one!
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Old 04-26-2010, 1:09 AM
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I got that price from a post on another forum by an employee of KAC. See below. Keep in mind I would not be surprised if the prices have since dropped.

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We are offering the SR-25 Carbine P/N 25645 and Mk11 Carbine at a discount prior to year end as a Christmas Special
Which works out to be $6,243.75 MSPR on the SR-25 Carbine, and $6,699.00 for the Mk11 Carbine


Yes they are high, however those prices are less than our earlier dealer prices.

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I need to take more pics...

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^ yes you do. lol


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Damn that's way far forward for an optic. What's the function of having it that far forward?
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Old 05-06-2010, 8:50 AM
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it's an offset mount, so it's easier to use forward like that when the rifle is canted.
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I think he's saying it's a little weird that it's that far forward, not the off-set position.

I thought it was a little weird too, as most of the time you see the off-set optic on the 3-gun rifles setup just forward of the main optic.


But I do really like that off-set mount and the T-1/H-1 regular rail mount. Might just get me off my LaRue lust!!
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Old 05-06-2010, 9:12 AM
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you guys are right. i never shot with dual optics before so i just mounted it there to get some product shots in for the store. it should have been mounted further back.
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Still looks badazz!

Do want and of course great photog work as usual!
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Just finished putting this upper together today... Finally got to use the triple tap I had laying around. Can't wait to get that SR15E3 upper from you Jerry. I had to sell off 3 uppers to fund it.

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^great looking build!
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Ruiner: that thing looks great.
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Just finished putting this upper together today... Finally got to use the triple tap I had laying around. Can't wait to get that SR15E3 upper from you Jerry. I had to sell off 3 uppers to fund it.

Very nice build!
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Just finished putting this upper together today... Finally got to use the triple tap I had laying around. Can't wait to get that SR15E3 upper from you Jerry. I had to sell off 3 uppers to fund it.

DREAM SET UP!!!! WELL DONE SIR!!!
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lookin' good! from that angle, it almost looks like an SBR.
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lookin' good! from that angle, it almost looks like an SBR.
I'd love to have an SBR

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Got another one thanks to pacrimguru. Still missing the triple tap tho.


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Oh one of the ones with a built in BUIS. Nice!
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Is that a midlength? How'd you get gas block to fit under the mid-length URX? I was under the impression that it would interfere with the front sight folding mechanism.
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Is that a midlength? How'd you get gas block to fit under the mid-length URX? I was under the impression that it would interfere with the front sight folding mechanism.
Jerry shaved the gas block down for me
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Jerry shaved the gas block down for me
I had a suspicion that might work. Guess I can do that if I ever needed to change barrels. Nice looking guns btw
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You're going to love the SR15
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impossible unless the laws change or you are LEO and your department issues you a letter to buy one.
Saw one transfered the other day that did not have SR-15 on it....so it is possible for mere mortals.
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Saw one transfered the other day that did not have SR-15 on it....so it is possible for mere mortals.
where? details, please!
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Saw one transfered the other day that did not have SR-15 on it....so it is possible for mere mortals.
a KAC SR-15 lower that did not have the SR-15 marking on it? yes, details please. do you know if it is the current production lower with the ambi-bolt catch, ambi-mag release, and built in QD sockets? or was it the older no frills type?
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Here is the only KAC item i own. I have the ambi-selector in the mail, and am in search of a KAC 2 stage trigger. Plus am saving my pennies for the SR-15 E3 upper!

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Saw one transfered the other day that did not have SR-15 on it....so it is possible for mere mortals.
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I'd be willing to pay top $ for a 80% KAC-styled stripped lower too
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I'd be willing to pay top $ for a 80% KAC-styled stripped lower too
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a KAC SR-15 lower that did not have the SR-15 marking on it? yes, details please. do you know if it is the current production lower with the ambi-bolt catch, ambi-mag release, and built in QD sockets? or was it the older no frills type?
It was an older one....looks like it had a bunch of rounds threw it. Looked legit but didn't have SR-15 anywhere. The guy got it from someone out of state and they called before shipping it. Had all the Stoner markings.

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