My Mega MA-TEN build (308 AR)


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Springfield_1911SS
March 17, 2011, 06:01 PM
Just need a Scope (I am going to throw my redfield revolution* on untill i can afford better glass, leaning toward Leupold Mark 4 ER/T 6.5-20x50)

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Mega Upper/Lower
Rock River Arms Lower Parts Kit
Giessele SSA trigger
Phase 5 Extended Bolt Release
Magpul UBR stock with slash's custom buffer and spring
Magpul MIAD grip w/123 core
Rainier Ultra Match 20" 308 barrel (armalite pattern)
Armalite Bolt Carrier Group
Bravo Company Gunfighter charging handle mod4
Smith Vortex Flash Hider
Rainier Gas Block w/AR-10 gas tube
Sampson STAR-10 13.2" Rail
Magpul XT and LaRue index clip rail covers
Troy rear sight
Troy front sight
Harris bipod on LaRue QD mount
Redfield Revolution 3-9x40 on LaRue mount
PMAG(s)

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MyOpinion
March 17, 2011, 06:35 PM
Nice:D

henschman
March 17, 2011, 06:50 PM
I like it!

I am wanting to do something similar with a MA-Ten build... I want to build a 20" rifle that is nice and light, along the lines of an M-14 or FAL. I want to build it with an Armalite AR-10 chrome lined barrel, a 12" Troy TRX Extreme FF handguard, and probably an E-mod stock. It should make a nice platform for my TA-55A ACOG and KAC 2-600m flip up rear sight.

Springfield_1911SS
March 17, 2011, 07:01 PM
The STAR-10 Rail and UBR make mine pretty heavy...about 13lbs unloaded

the trx extreme should be lighter (i would have used that instead, but it wasn't on the market when i built mine) the e-mod should shave some more weight too

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