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    Last edited by Cameron; 6 June 2011 at 22:32.

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    Just a few items to add to the thread.

    AAC Ti-Rant in .45 ACP - Storm Lake Barrel in Para Ordnance P14-45. NP3 Frame and Black RoGuard Slide.





    AAC Prodigy 22LR Multi-Host. Tactical Solutions Pac-Lite upper on Ruger 22-45 Lower with AAC threaded adapter on Walther P-22





    LWRCi M6-A3 in 6.8 SPC with a 10.5" barrel. AAC Break-Out Adapter, new TLR-1S (135 Lumen I believe), LaRue Rail clips - I have ham sized hands, but really like thinner rail covers. EOTech EXPS3-0 with 3X magnifier - did not care about NV, but needed side switches with the magnifier. FUG with non-coiled tape switch. I love this rifle.



    Oh, and it has an AAC M4-2000 Mod-8 can.





    I like it so much I also got a matching 5.56 upper for it. It has an AAC M4-2000 Mod-8 also.



    I really like the EOTech setup on this SBR. BCM Gunfighter charging handle with large latch.

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    Jerry,

    Details on the TLR-1 filter please?

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    Quib - it is an IR filter (at least that is the claim - looks like just a red filter to me), that flips open. The Break-out adapter really dirties the lens on the light. I wanted a cover that protected the light and flipped open. When I was looking, the IR was the only one anybody had in stock. Same price as the clear, so I bought a pair, one for each light. They work very well in the house with all lights off late at night. Flip it open and the little TLR will blind you. It turned out to be a pretty nice arrangement, by accident. When the SBR is sitting in the corner for HD, the can is on, and the cover is off.

    The muzzle break / adapter is REALLY loud on the 10.5" barrel.
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    Thank you Sir. Do you have vendor info?

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    Sorry - I had to go to my Excel sheet and look it up.

    Botach Tactical - http://www.botachtactical.com/sttlrfi.html

    I verified the link - looks like they are showing IR and Red - now I'm not sure which one was in stock when I ordered. I ordered the TLR lights from them as well.

    The TLR-1S / tape switch / lens cover came to $170.34 before shipping.
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    Thanks again. I'll have to look into those. Up to this point I did not know a TLR specific lens existed. I had to improvise and make my own.

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    Glad to help - "I serve to live".
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    My First SBR...
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    Quiet-Matt,

    What's the barrel length on that little guy? How's the Battle Comp performance?

    I have the 2.0 on my 10.5 Rainier upper and I'm wondering if I'll need the Noveske KX3 for the blast to go forward. Once I get my stamp I'll know for sure but until then what are your thoughts?
    Hatter

    Took a little hiatus... good to be back.

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    Quiet-Matt - nice looking stick. A few details, if you don't mind.
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    Just got the stamp today, so that little guy will have it's debut tomorrow. I'll give you some feedback on the Battle Comp. She's a mutt collection of parts from lots of sources...
    Daniel Defense - 11.5" CFH lightweight barrel
    Battle Comp - Muzzle Device
    Vltor - light mount and stock
    Surefire - G2 led
    Bravo Company - Upper reciever, gunfighter CH, Reciever extension, H2 buffer
    LMT - Auto BCG
    Larue - LT660 mount
    Aimpoint - Micro
    IWC - micro swivel socket on other side of handguard
    MagPul - grip, handguard, vert grip, modified endplate
    Troy - rear sight
    CMT - lpk
    RRA - lower reciever (picked the best of my stash to SBR)

    Update (post range trip):
    As the gun is set-up it functions perfectly. Tested with M193, Rem 55gr, PMC 55gr, Fed. 55gr, Wolf 62gr, and Wolf 55gr. Consistant ejection pattern at 2-3:00 and bolt lock on last shot for every mag. The BattleComp absolutely as advertised, sights stayed on target and it was incredible how fast you could dump a mag accurately. Instead of fighting the gun to stay on target, all I had to do was work the trigger. Awesome! The precussion blast on the little 11.5" bbl was something new for me though. After a couple of magazines you get used to it and it's a non-issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry R View Post
    Quib - it is an IR filter (at least that is the claim - looks like just a red filter to me), that flips open. The Break-out adapter really dirties the lens on the light. I wanted a cover that protected the light and flipped open. When I was looking, the IR was the only one anybody had in stock. Same price as the clear, so I bought a pair, one for each light. They work very well in the house with all lights off late at night. Flip it open and the little TLR will blind you. It turned out to be a pretty nice arrangement, by accident. When the SBR is sitting in the corner for HD, the can is on, and the cover is off.

    The muzzle break / adapter is REALLY loud on the 10.5" barrel.
    A little loud?? It knocked half full water bottles off the bench!

    Nice pics, finally! Be sure to bring the .45 in July this time please....

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    Quote Originally Posted by GriffonSec View Post
    Be sure to bring the .45 in July this time please....
    Ti-Rant stamp just cleared. I will definitely bring it with me.
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    First SBR and can...cant wait to hang the destructive device underneath it.



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