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Old 12-06-2010, 10:41 PM   #68
Reedo302
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Location: Minnesota
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My Ride: F30 328i M Sport
I have a couple new builds planned for 2011. ATF paperwork is being submitted in a couple weeks.


Build 1:

Custom .300 10" SBR Carbine
.300AAC Blackout


Upper:
VLTOR MUR modular upper receiver w/ forward assist
BCM Gunfighter Medium Latch charging handle
Noveske Bolt Carrier Group
Noveske 10" Match Barrel chambered in .300AAC BLACKOUT
AAC Blackout 51T 5/8x24 Muzzle Brake
Troy Industries Di-Optic Aperture Rear Flip-Up sight/HK Front Flip-Up sight
Aimpoint Comp M4s w/ LaRue Tactical LT659 QD Mount 500-014-659
Daniel Defense Mk18 RIS II Forend

Lower:
Seekins Precision SP-223 billet lower receiver
Mil-Spec Lower Parts Kit w/ Trigger
LaRue Tactical Mil-Spec Receiver Extension Kit
Magpul ACS stock
Magpul ACS QD Sling Mount socket
Viking Tactics/VTAC Wide Sling
Springco reliability spring upgrade


CONCEPT:

The .300 AAC BLACKOUT is being billed as the new short-to-mid range combat carbine. The cartridge is specifically designed for Short Barrel Rifle (SBR) application. With more kinetic energy than a 6.8SPC or 7.62x39 out of a short barrel, the .300AAC was designed as an improvement to the 7.62x39 AK round. The .300AAC has all of the benefits, as well as many more that appear where the 7.62x39 falls short. Reliability is high, recoil is extremely low, and the controllability is key. The lethality of the round at short and intermediate ranges will make this cartridge and rifle the ultimate stand-off or CQB weapon for SWAT, Patrol, and Raid applications. Urban combat has been dominated for far too long by the AK, and now there is a new champion that will take the prize for greatest lethality. The advantage lies in the ability to use 7.62mm/.308 bullets ranging from svelte 110gr target and urban loads all the way to subsonic 220gr OTM loads.
What's more, the .300AAC is designed to operate on the 5.56/6.8mm weapons platform, as opposed to the heavier and bulkier 7.62 AR10/SR/LR receivers. This offers a massive advantage on not only weight, but size and ammunition load as well.










Build 2:

Custom CQB M4 5.56mm NATO

Upper:
VLTOR MUR modular upper receiver w/ forward assist
BCM Gunfighter Medium Latch charging handle
Noveske Bolt Carrier
Daniel Defense 11.5" Cold Hammer Forged 5.56mm barrel w/ M4 extension
Daniel Defense AR15 Lite Rail 9.5 FSP forend
BattleComp 1.0 compensator
Fixed A2 Front Sight post
Troy Industries Di-Optic Aperture Rear Flip-Up sight.
EOTech XPS 3.0 HWS
LaRue Tactical LT-110 EOTech QD Mount

Lower:
Seekins Precision SP-223 billet lower receiver
RRA Lower Parts Kit w/ Trigger
LaRue Tactical Mil-Spec Receiver Extension Kit
Magpul ACS stock
Magpul ACS QD Sling Mount socket
Viking Tactics/VTAC Wide Sling
Springco reliability spring upgrade

CONCEPT:

This rifle will primarily be a training rifle for instructor recertifications, as well as training where a more conventional AR/M4 carbine is required. The M4CQB will fill the gap between the standard 14.5" M4 and the new 10.3" Mk18. The decision was made to make this the most rugged DI carbine possible, so a fixed front sight post was integrated into the build, along with mil-spec designed parts.











Build 3:

Custom Competition/Tactical Carbine built for 3-Gun and Steel Challenge
5.56mm NATO



Patriot Ordnance Factory (POF-USA) Gen3 Billet NP3 matched Upper/Lower
WOA 16" Stainless Steel Match Grade Barrel (.223 Wylde caliber)
JP Stainless Standard Tactical Compensator
Noveske Bolt Carrier Group
BCM Gunfighter Charging Handle
Viking Tactics JPHG1M Rifle Length Forearm
VLTOR Low Profile Gas Block
Magpul MIAD Grip
Magpul UBR Stock
JP Fire Control EZ Trigger

Optics:
Trijicon TR24G 1-4x24 Scope/LaRue LT-104 mount



CONCEPT:

This rifle will become a Competition-grade rifle for 3-Gun and Steel Challenge meets. The 16" barrel was specifically chosen for two reasons- Accuracy and Non-NFA. The rifle is designed for minimal recoil during rapid fire, while still maintaining long-range accuracy for the long shots.
This rifle build will commence in 2011.
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