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Cmmg 10.3" sbr

Discussion in 'Black Rifle Forum' started by Scattergun1187, Nov 21, 2010.

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  1. Scattergun1187

    Scattergun1187 Vote Republican

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    What do you guys think of the CMMG 10.3" SBR? How does it match up to the competition?
    Thanks for everybody's opinion.
     
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    What is the price?
    I recently ordered my first SBR, a Stag Arms 11.5" model 1. Stag's SBR models are made to mil. spec. (MP BCG, 1:7, M4 ramps, etc.) unlike their usual models. It will be $1050 not including sales tax and the $200.

    I was looking into Colt 6933s. There are police trade-ins in "excellent condition" available for about $1200 and new ones that I have seen are $1500.
     

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    I had the CMMG upper on a pistol, and it was great. I really regret selling the pistol now, mainly because of that upper, accurate, reliable, well built.
     
  4. Scattergun1187

    Scattergun1187 Vote Republican

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    Price is $1000
     
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    I would do it for $1,000. Although I have never owned a CMMG, it seems they use the right specs. and I have heard that they have good customer service if something happens to be wrong with the gun.
     
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    Personally, I prefer the LMT 10.5" CQBR upper.

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  7. Glock21Owner

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    The GG&G 10.5" upper from Botach Tactical is sweet
     
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    Your kidding right???:rofl:
    They used to have great CS, now they never answer they phone. Or they jsut tell you to F Off.
     
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    glock22357 Got Ammo???

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    While we're on the subject, I'd love to get some feed-back on the interest in SBRd ARs. What is the attraction? Just a different take on the AR platform? An itch that has to be scratched?
     
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    SBR + suppressor = normal length AR. Its all about handling.
     
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    I agree with jrs93accord. My 2 SBR's are a 10.5 LMT, and a 11.5 BCM. Both run just great.
     
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    If I were in the SBR market I'd go BCM, LMT, or Noveske.
     
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    My 11.5" BCM has been 100% but only ~350 rounds so far. I will be taking a class with it in a couple weeks. ~600 rounds for the class so that should give it a work out. I am also using wolf in it. :whistling:
     
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    take a cleaning rod to knock out the stuck case that you will eventually get with the wolf :) ammo is great, but you'll stick up a case in there.
     
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    It is a level II class. The same instructor who I had for the level I class told me he before the class that he didn't expect me to get to lunch shooting that STUFF. :)

    That was in my much more seasoned 16" AR. I ran about 500 rounds of it and got through the class without problems but have to see how the SBR runs on it. I use it monthly at 3-gun but that is only ~100 rounds a match.

    Any class I always have at least a full spare weapon plus some parts. I will make sure I have a cleaning rod to. I guess that is the one advantage of a cleaning rod over a bore snake. :cool:
     
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    chicks dig em'
     
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    Don't know how their SBRs match up but I have their 16" midlength upper. It came with receiver pivot pin hole drilled off. Not just a bit, waaay of, first thing you see when you pick the upper. Obviously it couldn't be mounted on any lower and right there it put the end to the myth they test-fire "every single one".

    Sent it back, they swapped the receiver. Again, no signs of test firing but everything seemed tight, what needed to be staked was staked, DD freefloat was well aligned. It went on to become one of my favorite guns. Light, accurate, smooth functioning and it handles neglect exceptionally well.
     
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    WoodenPlank Who?

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    This. I just finished my first SBR build using that same LMT upper, and it has been great so far. LMT makes good quality gear.

    Handling, faster movement between targets, overall lighter weight, a blast (literally) to shoot, and a good way to anger the gun grabbers. The VERY loud report and flame from the muzzle of my 10.5" also is an attention-grabber on the range. If you use an AR for a trunk gun (and live in an area you feel comfortable doing so with an NFA item), it makes it easier to get in and out of the car, and even do so discreetly (I use a Paladin bag for that exact purpose).
     
  19. Scattergun1187

    Scattergun1187 Vote Republican

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    Well I have a CMMG 10.3 SBR with a Surefire M500 forend, Trijicon TA31F on a Larue Mount with a Trijicon red dot sight on top, Timminey 3.5LBs drop in trigger, JT Enterprises Bolt and Carrier, Tandgodown pistol grip, and Magpul winter trigger guard.
    This gun rocks to say the least. I give the CMMG a thumbs up.
     
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    wow, thats tricked out.
     
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