Well, it was 55 degrees last week and it's frikkin' 14 degrees today... So much for real range time and spring weather. This is the latest basement project. DPMS High Rider upper receiver with a .223 stainless bull barrel, DPMS lower, MagPul stock, American Trigger AR Gold trigger and a Nikon Buckmaster 3-9. Hoping this will make a decent crow and 'chuck getter this summer. First group was .688 with no break in, factory 60 grain Hornady TAP just because I have a ton of it. A little over- kill for crows. The trigger is amazing, but for the price it should be. The stock, meh. I could get better results for a lot cheaper with a weighted A2 stock and a cheek pad. As you can see even with the MagPul extended all the way I still had to use extension rings and I am only 6' tall. I am still stuck on the "nose on the charging handle" thing from the Army but I definitely needed more length. When it gets above freezing I hope to try out some of my 50 grain TNT handloads.