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DMS-1 & P.E.P.R. (aka pepr)

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by 686+, Jul 13, 2009.

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  1. 686+

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    Hi,
    looking for pictures and experiance with the DMS-1 mounted on a PEPR sight on an AR15. How far out can you push the scope? Is that enough?
    Thanks.

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  2. EdLaver

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    I am about to use this exact set-up on my new DPMS Bull 20. I already have the scope and PEPR. Will post pics when the new rifle gets here tomorrow.
     
  3. nhm16

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    There is a 72 page thread on Arfcom about that scope, and on page 69 there are pictures of it mounted with the P.E.P.R.

    I'm seriously thinking about getting the combo... though I'm a big fan of Trijicon's tritium illumination, and the lines of P.E.P.R. looks cheesy to me and it's not a QR mount, it's 60% less expensive than a TR-24/LaRue mount pairing.
     
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    nhm16,
    thanks for the pointer. Looks like a workable solution.
    (Heck given my current budget the only solution. )
     
  5. EdLaver

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    Here's a couple pics of my new DPMS Bull 20 with the Burris PEPR mount and Millett DMS-1. Looks and feels pretty solid, I have Magpul goodies coming soon and after the install I will post a report.
     

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  6. 686+

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    Thank you Ed.

    Question, do you like the scope that far back or is that an initial position and you are going to tweak it?

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  7. EdLaver

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    I actually like it that far back. I don't like being extremely close to the charging area. The scope picks up extremely well at this angle and is perfect for me. I do have friends that shoot their AR's nose to charging handle but for me, I dont choose to. I also dont see the need for back-up irons for this set-up for me.

    Incoming goodies include:
    Magpul UBR
    Magpul MIAD grip
    Magpul Inhanced Trigger Guard
    More Magpul PMAG 20's
    Magpul Ranger Plates
    Geissele DMR trigger
    Burris Fastfire
    Badger Tactical Charging Handle
     
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