Alright, after some stuff these past few weeks and with trying to get everything lined up for some classes, it was brought to my attention that I needed to have a more "conventional" setup in my arsenal for training.
I'm planning on getting down to Gunsite in the next year, and I also want to take a Magpul carbine course some time in the next year as well. For LE courses, I need to have a more conventional setup, and the PDW/PSD build I just finished doesn't fit the bill.
So, I have to move Build #2 to the top of the list.
Custom CQB M4 5.56mm NATO
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
A.R.M.S. #41-B-L folding A2 Front Sight post
Troy Industries Dioptic rear aperture sight
EOTech XPS 3.0 HWS w/ LaRue Tactical LT-110 EOTech QD Mount OR Aimpoint Comp M4s w/ LaRue Tactical LT659 QD Mount 500-014-659
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
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.
Last edited by Reedo302; 12-31-2010 at 12:35 AM.