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ar10ar15man
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i was told that someone on the 6mmbr site had data on a buttstock for an ar15 that was more benchrest friendly. it may just be an add on to the stock parts.


i currently use a 3"x6"x 0.5" al plate on my fore arms....

need something on the back end

any ideas ??
thanks
ara0ar15man
uncleduke
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Robert whitley @ 6ar.com uses a delrin add on for riding the rear bag. Also one for the front. His site should get you what you're looking for.
riverman
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I use a magpul prs stock on my AR... like it a lot...

How about some further info on the front "flat" you are using on your forearm? Does it attach to the sling stud? Did you make it yourself etc?

thanks, larry
ar10ar15man
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i have three ar's that i use for club benchrest shooting. one is an ar10 in 308 win br...small group is a 0.116...ags under .2
an ar15 in 223( just a min spec chamber with a short throat), ag's around .2,and
an ar15 in 6pp being changed to a 6 beggs...trouble extracting cases...and the beggs is a tapered case.

308 is a 1/15 twist, the 223 is a 1/14.
i have two flats(getting a third made). they have a channel cut down the center, just a tad larger than the free float tube, and then are glued and screwed to the tube. originally on an ar10t i just screwed to the swivel stud hole.

again i was told some one makes a butt stock adapter that has a shallower draft to it....any one ??

mike in co
riverman
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thanks, that's helpful. larry
urbchguy
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1/15, 1/14 ?
ar10ar15man
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Originally Posted by urbchguy
1/15, 1/14 ?


barrel twist rate, full rotation in inches ...1 in 14 inches, 1 in 15.....1/14,1/15....


still no source ??
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