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I just thought I would post up some pictures of my newest Toy.
It is a 20 Practical Ar.
20 Practical Heavy Billet Upper from AR-X (24" PacNor Stainless Super Match 1-11")
Billet lower from American Precision Arms with a RRA LPK and a Geissele trigger
Magpul PRS Gen II stock
Ergogrip Tactical Deluxe Suregrip
GG&G GS-1 20 MOA Scope Rail
Nightforce 5.5-22X50 NP-R1
Nightforce UL rings
Harris 9-13 swivel / notch leg w/ Pod Lock
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Man you set that rifle up right. I am trying to head in that direction with my AR. Get that gun to the range with some match ammo and post how it did.
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Took the Rifle to the range yesterday.
Did some testing.
A Brass Catcher is defiantly a NEED TO HAVE item.
I feel that the mesh one will get burned / melted unless it is made from Kevlar or something.
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Just curious how you like the magpul stock. I have an AR-6 and was thinking about your stock but didn't want to spend the bucks without some feedback.
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Well I have never had one before but I can tell you this.... I like the options that this stock offers the shooter. I wish that I could have found one in Black but I had to take what I could find at the time.
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Here are a couple of loads that work in this Rifle.
I am using Sierra 39 gr Blitzkings.
Remember... use this data at your own risk.... reduce loads 10% before using in your Rifle.
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Nice Groups! What bullet(s) are you using?
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I cannot speak to the bullets he is using, but I test fired his upper before I sent it to him and it did what they just about all do which is shoot a 5 shot group in a cluster that can be covered by a dime. The basic test fire load I used was 24 gr of N133, with a BR-4 primer and a Sierra 32 gr BlitzKing, about .010" off the lands (around 2.245" OAL).
I have to say, I have test fired a lot of these 20 Practical uppers for group and as a group they are very accurate - real fun to work with and shoot.