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How cool is this?!

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by JitsuGuy, Sep 15, 2004.

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  1. JitsuGuy

    JitsuGuy Member

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    [​IMG]

    Was looking at AR pics on the net and came across this one on Adco's site... :)

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  2. swingset

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    Neat, but where would you bolt the accessories? :neener:
     
  3. Destructo6

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    Looks pretty industrial, which is to say, cool.
     
  4. JitsuGuy

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    For a mere $2500, less the stock, it too can be yours... :D

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  5. Harry Tuttle

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    dats an SPR

    check out the price of all the goodies on www.MSTN.biz

    i really like the PRI carbon fiber float tube and am orbiting the checkout button on that piece of kit

    its 320 bucks

    alternatives are 100 bucks cheaper but i dont want to mount 6 geegaws

    just an aimpoint and a provision for a sling and a bipod

    Zak's got a few ARs with similar features
     
  6. 762x51

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    How cool? So cool I had them build me one several months ago :p

    I HIGHLY recommend Adco for an SPR build. MUCH more reasonable than MSTN and will shoot just as well.

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  7. JitsuGuy

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    An SPR eh? I want something long range and a little different... I think this is just the ticket. Adco seems like the best place... What kind of barrel is that or is that the float tube Harry Tuttle is speaking of? Sorry, I'm still pretty new to AR's and I want to piece one together but I'm not sure the name of all the parts.

    Thanks!
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    Okay and another question... Is there some bone complete AR kit that I could get and then build up to this? Or is everything so different that it's pretty much a different gun?

    Thanks again!
    J
     
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    It's pretty much a mix of all different stuff so you are better starting from scratch. Email Eric or Steve at Adco and they can give you some options......great guys to talk to. Here are the specs on mine (also known as the Mk12 Mod0 SPR. The Mod1 is very similar....main difference being a KAC float tube in place of the PRI and removal of the ARMS Swan Sleeve).


    Rock River Arms National Match Upper & Lower
    White Oak/Compass Lake 18", 1/7 twist, SPR profile barrel with fitted bolt, bead blasted finish
    Adco SPR compensator
    White Oak Precision tuned trigger
    PRI Gen III carbon float tube with full bottom rail, matte black finish
    ARMS #38 SPR-PEQ2-3 Swan Sleeve
    ARMS #40L rear sight
    PRI flip up front sight
    PRI M84 Gasbuster charging handle
    Sierra Precision Rifles grip
    Tubb Speedlock recoil spring
    ARMS #22 Med. scope rings
    ARMS TRR & TRC
    Leupold Mk4 4.5-14x40 PR Long Range with mildot reticle
    Knights Armament bipod adapter
    Harris S-BRM Bipod with Pod-loc and Tanks knob

    I do highly recommend the White Oak/Compass Lake SPR barrel that Adco sells. My groups have been under a half inch at 100 yards with 77gr BH blue box. Can't be beat for the price.


    Hope that all helps.
     
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