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Long Range and MBR in .308/7.62mm

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by ParaElite, Feb 12, 2009.

  1. ParaElite

    ParaElite Member

    Sep 29, 2008
    Here are my selections for the Long Range and MBR in .308 Win / 7.62mm Nato. I call it my poor man's choice. I got the LR .308 in late 2007 ($1034) and the TAC 20 ($1002) on Dec. 30th, 2008.
    With the prices today, none of them are poor man's choices. I remember buying DPMS .308 magazines for $25 and Magpul magazines for $10 each OTD at a gun show in mid to late 2008.
    How times have changed.
    I still believe that for the rest of us who can no longer afford the M1As and KACs, and POFs in .308, the LR .308 is still a viable choice. I would also look at the rifles from Fulton Armory; they use the DPMS platform for their builds using Krieger stainless steel barrels.
    If you already have a DPMS .308 lower you can get uppers in .308 and 6.5 Creedmoor (26" barrel for really long range shooting).
    The 20" TAC 20 version is a really optimal barrel length for the .308/7.62 caliber.

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