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My meager black rifle collection...is finished.

Discussion in 'Black Rifle Forum' started by Eurodriver, Nov 3, 2011.

  1. Eurodriver

    Eurodriver

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    No really, I think its almost done.*

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    I have owned and sold every type of black rifle out there and this is what I've settled on. I have sold all my 14.5" lightweights, 20" rifles, 16" recces, 14.5" carbines and more because there isn't anything those platforms can do that these can't.

    The lower receivers are actually flip flopped right now. Despite submitting both form 1s at the same time, the LMT lower was approved first. Even though I only have one SBR upper I made both SBRs in case I wanted another in the future.

    Edit: People have been asking about the specs so...

    Remington 700P, barrel cut to 20" and threaded 5/8x24 with a bedded HS Precision stock, Harris swivel bipod and Vortex 6-24x50FFP

    SCAR 17H with TA31RCOA4 ACOG (Yes, it is the 5.56 reticle. It hits about 3" low at 300 yards which is good enough for me.) and AAC Blackout FH

    BCM 14.5" Midlength upper on a stripped Spikes lower with DD LPK and TA31RCOM4 ACOG.

    Noveske Upper with 10.3" Custom built DD barrel with .058" gas port (it will not cycle unsuppressed), Aimpoint T1, PVS14 twist mount, Troy BUIS' and complete LMT lower with UBR stock.


    *I am waiting on my AAC 762SD, M42000, and I need a Surefire M300A and a blackout flash hider for the Remington 700.
     
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  2. HAIL CAESAR

    HAIL CAESAR Senior Member

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  3. Glockdude1

    Glockdude1 Federal Member CLM

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    Nice. Suppressor collection next?

    :supergrin:
     
  4. mdfd

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    wow...very nice....
     
  5. Eurodriver

    Eurodriver

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    Technically I already own an AAC pilot, M242000 and 762sd. But I am waiting on the ATF. The first two went pending July 11th and the 762sd is on a form 3 still.
     
  6. pilsbury

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    Congrats, nicely done.
     
  7. steve1911

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    Very nice.



    1911club#410
     
  8. mjkeat

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    GOod looking rifles
     
  9. ronin.45

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    I'd say you are pretty much set. We are never truly done though!
     
  10. Eurodriver

    Eurodriver

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    I understand that and I've lived by that mindset for a few years now...but I really think I am, at least as far as buying rifles go.

    For one, I have to stop spending so much money. And I'm more of a practical shooter and these rifles do everything anything else can.
     
  11. bullittmcqueen

    bullittmcqueen Gunfighter

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    good looking quality stuff. Enjoy your videos and informative posts also.....and jealous you get to shoot in such a beautiful locale......:embarassed:
     
  12. brewgti

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    This is very true. You would think a couple of goofy caliber revolvers would be enough bit ronin keeps buying them. As I
    do with vintage target 22s. Great collection though. I'm thoroughly jealous.
     
  13. brewgti

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    This is very true. You would think a couple of goofy caliber revolvers would be enough bit ronin keeps buying them. As I do with vintage target 22s. Great collection though. I'm thoroughly jealous.
     
  14. craig19

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    Very nice collection. What is the barrel length on the bottom AR?
     
  15. Eurodriver

    Eurodriver

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    Thanks, that is really nice looking, I don't think I have seen an AR set up like that before.
     
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    powder86 SHOOT SAFE!

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    Gribble R. Shackleford

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    Very nice indeed Sir! But final? You know that denial is the first sign of addiction right? :supergrin:
     
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    very nice collection.....
     
  20. glockdoc21

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    realistically do you think that you could carve it down to the SBR and the 700P? I really think that the SBRs are good from 0-100 yards and the remington definitely shines beyond that. I have a nice bolt action and I'm thinking about getting an SBR to round it out. Beautiful collection BTW!