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Old January 11th, 2012, 18:15
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Default Latest AR Build - DPMS LR-308

My Expensive Outdoor Shooting Club has a 600yd Range. So I might as well use it.
The Build consists of:
DPMS LR-308 Stripped Lower w DPMS Lower Parts Kit.
DPMS LR-308 Smooth Side Railed Complete Upper w/ Free Float Aluminum Handguard and Railed Gas Block, 24" SS Fluted Bull Barrel
DPMS LR-308 Black Phosphor Bolt Carrier Group Assembly
DPMS Panther Tactical Palm Grip
Magpul 308 PRS w DPMS Rifle Buffer, Rifle Spring and A2 Rifle Buffer Tube
Magpul 308 PMAG
Harris 6-9" Bench Rest Bipod
Optics to Come....
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Old January 11th, 2012, 18:34
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Default Re: Latest AR Build - DPMS LR-308

Nice. I like IOR Valdota glass.
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Old January 12th, 2012, 22:06
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I have the DPMS 308 as well, I love the rifle. My only complaint is the trigger is probably around 5-6 pounds. You can get an after market drop in double stage trigger for around $200, from various makers. it's worth the money in my opinion. Let us know what optics you choose
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Old January 12th, 2012, 23:38
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What optics did you put on yours?

I have a Nikon 3x9 40mm Prostaff for now. After I recover from the cost of this build (just over $1500) I'm considering a Hi-LUX Leatherwood M-1200 6x24 50 Camputer ART Scope
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Old January 13th, 2012, 03:51
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If you ever want to put a freefloat rail system on that I happen to have one laying around.

You might find yourself having to put an extension rail on the upper though, just to clear the eye relief on a conventional sniper scope. My dream gun on that platform would have the .308 version of the Acog, but I think that would cost more than the rifle you mount it on.
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