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2/24/2017 7:13 PM
 
I just put this together I built the upper and lower starting with the lower

Thordsen custom mft cheek rest with their keyed buffer tube

Magpul k2 grip 

PSA lpk with their enhanced trigger and ambi safety

Upper is a BCM blem stripped upper

Ballistic advantage 11.5" barrel

Aim V2 BCG

KAK micro flash can 

Troy mlok 11" foreend 

I have Magpul mbus sights on now still trying to figure out an optic not sure if I want a standard reddot or if I want to run an illuminated 1x4. This will be a GP "pistol" as it will be used while hiking and when I go out of town it will also be used for coyotes and small game. I have a streamlight protac 2 coming with an arisaka inline mlok mount coming. Once this one is finished I will be building a .300 blackout pistol upper for this so I can actually take it deer hunting. Anyways here's some horrible pics

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100 yards with a 2x7 Leupold 69 grain smk

 
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3/10/2017 5:42 PM
 
Hey -

I recently did a similar build in 300 BLK - I am extremely pleased with the SIG Romeo RDS that I mounted. Still in break-in phase, less than 100 ends but very easy and intuitive to shoot at short ranges. More TF.

Daniel
SW Michigan
 
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