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Old 09-10-2013, 12:33 AM   #2391
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Congrats man!! The M&P's are fine rifles, be proud of that one.

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Old 09-10-2013, 01:06 AM   #2392
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My humble entry to the pic thread.my one and only build.
Spikes Punisher lower
RRA Upper...Wilson Combat 18" Chrome match brl.
YHM hand gaurd and flash suppressor.All else is Magpul FDE

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Looks awesome! I might be wrong, but I think you might want to switch the direction of your MBUS sights. It looks like the rear won't be able to open cause your optic is sitting over the top.
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Looks awesome! I might be wrong, but I think you might want to switch the direction of your MBUS sights. It looks like the rear won't be able to open cause your optic is sitting over the top.
Never mind, I realized you already addressed this....duh on my part.
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This is a very slightly used S&W MP15 optics ready that I picked up today $800. I added Troy pop-up sights, but first **** about 50 rds through it. Handled another SW MP the other day and lower to upper fit was loose- not this one she is as tight as a nat's backside. After zeroing from scratch shot consistent bulls-eyes at 50 yds very smooth action and a nice fit
What sight do you have on there?
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What sight do you have on there?
It's a Sight Mark Sure Shot, $60 or cheaper but seems to work fine. I purchased this to shoot with open sights so won't be putting a scope one her
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It's a Sight Mark Sure Shot, $60 or cheaper but seems to work fine. I purchased this to shoot with open sights so won't be putting a scope one her
So you like it for the most part?
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So you like it for the most part?
I love it. I handled 15-16 ARs and this one as well as a few others felt good in hand, but didn't know until I shot her. As a guy who is used to shooting quality bolt guns (my hunting carry is a Remington 700 30-06), I was immediately impressed with the accuracy and ease of firing. This firearm is making me rethink my hone defense strategy of .40SW pistol and 12 gauge shotgun. Where the hell have I been? Lol
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IF you use it for HD be sure to use high velocity frangible rounds.

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IF you use it for HD be sure to use high velocity frangible rounds.
Any recommendations for gr weight and brand? 1 in 9 twist 16" barrel
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Any recommendations for gr weight and brand? 1 in 9 twist 16" barrel
I've got some 50gr Winchester frangible.
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