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smokinghole

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Well here I am finally putting parts together. Upper is assembled. I still need more parts to finish up with the lower. Some stuff is backordered and or out of stock that I want to use.

Upper:
Aero Precision M4E1 Upper
Aero Precision 12" M-Lok handguard
Lilja 311 Profile (oopsie .264LBC chamber)
Kaw Valley linear comp
Precision Firearms BCG black nitride
Raptor Charging Handle
Rousch Gas Block (may replace, but if it works it was cheap)
Magpul Pro BUIS

Lower:
Aero Precision
Hiperfire EDT trigger (installed w/4.5lb spring)
ALG True milspec buffer tube
Magpul ACS
JP silent captured buffer/spring
BAD CASS selector
BAD Pins
IWC QD end plate






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looking good!!
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Decided due to the lack of upper weight a cheaper and lighter collapsible stock was better for weapon balance. I have a Magpul ACS in the way with a K2+ grip. I also got a killer deal on a Vortex scope at Midway.
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Got my Hiperfire EDT installed this morning. It feels pretty nice if I may say. I also did a quickie test fit of my grip. I like the steeper grip angle and the rubberized feel if the K2+.

I have the rest of my parts on the way and to be delivered in the next few days.

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Waiting for my JP SCS that should be here Friday morning.  With that it should weigh in at 7lbs 6oz.  It almost balances on the magazine well as it sits.  The buffer should balance it out well with a magazine installed.  I hope to pop a few rounds off over the weekend visiting family for Easter.  I have a nice scope for it but I'm waiting on a decent deal on a scope mount before I click buy.  

Fingers crossed the gas system is good, I went cheap on the gas block.  If I need to turn the gas down I will just have to buy an adjustable block I guess.  




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nice
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...and there was a Bobro mount with a Vortex Viper HS LR 2.5-10x32.
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I took my grendel out last week with some Precision Firearms loaded rounds.  I picked up 108 Scenars and 107 SMKs.  In my ASC mags the front relief of the magazine is lower than the AA mags from Elander.  So sometimes the open tips of the rounds would slam into the magazine front.  A little dremeling is in order I think.  I also learned that these shoot n see targets are a terrible idea in an all day rain storm.  I had the staple the hell out of them to keep them from curling up and the impact visuals cannot be covered up by the supplied stickers because they won't peel off the backing.  This thing can out shoot me that's for sure.  I was loosely supported by a couple sand bags but not very well.  I am looking into a bipod for the future so we will see if my groups improve with that.  I also traded a case of beer from work for a unused Rock Chucker that day.

The tighter group is 100yds and the image with the casing was at 200yds using my reticle subdivisions.  I'm happy and I think I can certainly tighten the groups up.  

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