The High Road AR15 Picture Thread

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  1. BSA1

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    Thank you...

    Now back on topic.
     
  2. someguy2800

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    My trio of side chargers.

    Top is a 7.62x39 with a BCA dual charging upper and a "no fail" 16" barrel from delta team tactical. This is the third 7.62 barrel I tried on it and this one is the keeper. Shoots amazing.

    Middle is another BCA dual charging upper with a 20" fluted ballistic advantage barrel. It usually has a krink brake on it but I also use this muzzle brake for steel games. The lower is shared between these two uppers. Its just an Anderson with an A2 stock. The trigger is 4lbs single stage.

    Bottom is my 9mm pistol. It is a PSA colt mag lower with a kak brace. Upper is a BCA side charging. Bolt is from delta team tactical and I drilled and tapped it for a charging handle. Barrel is a 10.5" faxon with a slim krink brake. UTG flip sights. The trigger is a 4lbs single stage.

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  3. Space Ghost

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    Say hello to my little friend...

    OK stupid line, by a drugged out criminal, but it is kind of a "little" gun. My 9.3" .300 Blackout SBR is my go to home defense gun should something go "bump in the night."

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  4. Space Ghost

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    My standard 16" 5.56 AR.

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  5. BilliamB.

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    Nice grip. Is that a Royal Arms?
     
  6. badkarmamib

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    Didn't realize that I hadn't posted here yet. Anyway, here is my defensive carbine and my latest, the DMR.
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    Si vis pacem para bellum: Words as wise now as when they were first uttered.
     
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  8. Mosin Bubba

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    This is what I've got. Delton Sport with a slick-sided upper, UTG rear sight and sling. It's bare bones but I am very happy with it. I like my rifles light.

    The carpet is out in my shop too. I swear that my house isn't that dirty...
     
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  9. SC45-70

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  10. Grayrock

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    SC45-70: What is that?? Looks cool.
     
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  11. SC45-70

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    Thank you

    22 LR pistol built from an 80% lower.
    CMMG bolt, 4" Green Mountain stainless barrel.
    The handguard is made from 1 1/2" OD thick wall DOM tube.
    I also made a screw in plug to close the buffer tube hole.
    Vortek red dot.
    I did all the work.
    I wanted something different that would fit in a shoulder holster (without the mag installed).

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  12. Grayrock

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    What forces the bolt forward with no buffer spring? And what kind of magazine are you using?
     
  13. SC45-70

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    The bolt has it's own spring.
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    The rear tab that supports the spring and guide rod rests against the top edge of the lower receiver (above the buffer tube threads) You don't need a buffer tube because the whole unit stays in the upper.
    I am using CMMG 22 magazines.

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  14. kenboyles72

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    Leapers UTG AR-15 Combat Sniper Pistol Grip, got it from cheaperthandirt, $8. Cheap grip, but it's very comfortable for me, as I have big hands. Smaller hands may have issues.
     
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  15. BilliamB.

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    Outstanding! Royals were $50 back in the day (and when you could find them). Unfortunately, such fine accessories are verboten here in NY.
     
  16. taraquian

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    Not a rifle but as someone said a few pages back... all ARs are rifles...
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    Its a PSA upper and a very problematic ARFifteen lower (AR57 made) I think I finally got the kinks worked out, its had every issue a lower can have, but its still fun to shoot when it works.has an amazon Chinese sight for now, I wasn't sure about the pistol and wanted something cheap if I was going to flip it.
     
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    Just a Del-Ton Patrol Carbine with Magpul furniture, but I like it and it has been 100% so far.:)
     
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  18. Olon

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    I know, I know. MBUS sights
    Currently waiting on my Colt carry handle in the mail and next is a more permanent front sight on the gas block. Hoping to get good with iron sights before I shell out big $$$ on an optic someday. This currently is a no-frills here!
     

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  19. DannyLandrum

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    Spaceghost, yours and mine are almost exactly alike - wow. I will post a pic of mine.

    Someguy, are you a lefty?
     
  20. GunnyUSMC

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    My first big bore AR build.
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  21. DannyLandrum

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    Here. I am literally installing an Echo II on this one right now:

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    Pretty good jack-of-all-trades, master-of-none rifle. My only one. Basic 16" 5.56x45, 1 in 8 Middy with MTAC 1.5-6x40mm, BCM gunfighter handle, and etc.
     

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  22. someguy2800

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    What stock is that?
     
  23. someguy2800

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    Nope. Why do you ask?
     
  24. GunnyUSMC

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  25. Olon

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    Nice gun!
     
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