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    The AR15 Picture Thread - Modern And Retro

    Lets see those ARs...I'll start off with mine:

    S&W M&P AR15:


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    M16A1 clone built an an NDS retro receiver on a new parts kit bought from Sarco a few years back. Engraved to look like the real thing by an outfit in Texas. I later added a tritium front sight post, and the standard low light rear sight:


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    My Colt m4 carbine. Still looking for an affordable light and mount.


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    I got two and half, still waffling about whether too SBR the lower, that's been five years now. all three are bushmasters. The middle one is my range gun, and the other is my safe queen.



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    If you find yourself in a fair fight, your tactics suck!

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    Re: The AR15 Picture Thread - Modern And Retro

    Woohoo, new forum/thread.

    Here is one of my AR's for now, chambered in 5.45X39. I've got my form one for that lower pending so I can go 5.45 SBR.

    Spike's upper and lower, Wilson Combat stock, magpul handguard, USGI surefire, seeral parts I used over in Afghan-land made it on this rifle.

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    I like my AR a no frills basic rifle with the pseudo-retro look.
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    COMM BLOC and fly like this.
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    Here's a few of them...



















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    Here's my contribution.
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    603 (A1) clone. Late 60's Colt upper receiver refinished black by US anodizing, NoDak A1 lower also in Black, FNMI 1x12 barrel, type D buttstock courtesy of another AK forum member, RRA match trigger & run of the mill AR bolt and carrier. Mostly Black with some XM Gray small parts here and there, to emulate the rebuilt A1's that were still around when I served in the late 80's and early 90's. I'm still looking for a demilled (civilianized) A1 selector instead of the A2 one that's in there.

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    ETA - 1000 rounds through this rifle as of last week, and zero malfunctions. Mostly brass cased M193 stuff but also some steel cased .223 55 grain, and some 50 grain varmint loads. Nice and accurate gun.

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    The real deal:



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    My meager AR family photo:
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    I just got this. Now I have to find a nds retro lower or older Colt lower. Send off my 200 dollars and wait. May pin a long flash hidder on it for now or just make one. Just so I can shoot it now while I wait.

    Got it @ work today to lock up in the safe here. That way the upper will not be with any lower. Plus it will help keep it out of sight out of mind while I wait.
    malibu12 and fly like this.

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    Re: The AR15 Picture Thread - Modern And Retro

    Quote Originally Posted by will36



    I just got this. Now I have to find a nds retro lower or older Colt lower. Send off my 200 dollars and wait. May pin a long flash hidder on it for now or just make one. Just so I can shoot it now while I wait.

    Got it @ work today to lock up in the safe here. That way the upper will not be with any lower. Plus it will help keep it out of sight out of mind while I wait.
    Sa-weeeeet!!!!

    PS You could always send it to me for safe keeping till you get your stamp back....

    I won't hurt it! I promise!!!!
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    Modern:







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    Work:





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