Another Picture Thread - All Other Semi-Autos

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BSF 24" fluted, carbon fiber sleeved barrel
AeroPrecision M5 Upper/Lower
Triggertech trigger
Luthar stock
Brownell's 5-25x56 MPO scope

With the scope (kind of heavy), bipod, sling and an empty 10rd mag, it weighs in about 13.4 poundsIMG_20200804_183527.jpgIMG_20200726_125558.jpg
 
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Vodoun daVinci

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I'm whoring for a 6.5CM Auto - how's that Aero Precision shooting? I'm thinking about building one and want 24" barrel but Seekins Precision is not offering and 24" complete uppers.

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I'm whoring for a 6.5CM Auto - how's that Aero Precision shooting? I'm thinking about building one and want 24" barrel but Seekins Precision is not offering and 24" complete uppers.

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Mine shoots very well.

At the end of sighting it in, the last 8 rounds were in a 1.125" spread. I didn't have the gun rested well firing off a bipod and free holding the other end so I feel certain most of this variance was me simply pulling off.

I'm beginning to believe in the BSF carbon sleeved barrel I bought. That, and the scope.
 

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    I’ve been on the hunt for many years now for a single rifle that will truly “Do it all.” Bedside CQB/Home defense, long range shooting, night ‘yote/pig hunting, Tule Elk hunting — everything!

    I didn’t think it possible, but it’s finally here!!!

    Here are just two of the many quick-switch mission adaptable loadouts you can use on this extremely versatile platform.

    First-up (first 2 faux toes) is configured for bedside Home Defense / CQB. It’s practically hearing-safe when used unsuppressed indoors and zero worries about overpenetration:

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    The .50 BMG round is virtually indistinguishable physically from your standard 5.56/.223 round, but packs 11% more muzzle energy. Let’s see if you can tell which round is which here:

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    Like I said, identical!

    The next loadout is designed specifically for hunting the invasive predatory species known as “coyotes.” Don’t you worry, it may not look like it, but let me tell you, the .50 BMG round *is* capable of bringing down ‘yotes, and there’s very little report to wake the neighbors in your homeowners’ association.

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    Coyotes, possums, raccoons and large rodents are easy pickins with this lightweight, wieldy rifle platform — the Barrett M107A1.
     

    Jumper

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    New life for my 7mm-08, Mega MA TEN.
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    Mega MA TEN matched upper/ lower.
    Magpul PRS stock.
    Standard spring and buffer.
    Geiselle SSA-E trigger.
    Craddock charging handle.
    JP Lo-Mass operating system.
    Bartlein cut rifled barrel chambered in 7mm-08 with spiral fluting. Rifle length +1 gas system.
    Superlative arms adjustable gas block.
    ZEV wedge lock handguard (titanium barrel nut), (thanks to @HR218 for the tip on where to find one. They're scarce as hens teeth).
    Atlas Bipod
    SAS Arbiter suppressor.
    Steiner T5xi.

    84 rounds down the barrel with nothing special handloads shot 2, 5 shot groups .6" and .7".
     

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    schlaiek

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    Sweet. Thats the B&T TP9 right? How do you like it and what loads you running in it?
    yes, it's a TP9. and I love it. so far it's been reliable with a steady diet of 115 & 124 ball ammo. I've read about people having feeding issues with hollow points, but I haven't had those issues.
     

    auskip07

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    Thought i would join the fun and share my sub 1200 dollar build
    PSA Gen2 Upper and lower
    Rise Armament Trigger
    Ballistc Advantage 6.5 cm barel
    Vortex diamondback

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    3 shot group sight it in at 100 yds.
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    rockchalk06

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    Broke "Pedro" in yesterday.

    I had a bunch of different match 175 HPBT bullets and some left over Varget from a testing another 308 bolt and loaded them at 2.800" at around 2400 FPS. Mixed brass of FC, LC, RP and Hornady., all fully processed. Apparently I got lucky and tuned the load well. Brass was dropping 3 feet right and 2 feet forward. Every spent round landed in my rifle case by chance.

    This is a dream to shoot. Last 5 rounds with iron sights @100 yards off my range bag.
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    My built Noveske 10.5” pistol (matched receivers and 10.5” barrel). Centurion C4 carbine cut-out. LMT e-carrier and standard LMT bolt. Griffin Armament M4SD-K. Micro T-1 in a KAC mount on a 1/2” riser (1.9” height). KAC trigger guard. V7 Ti castle nut, GI Ti barrel nut, S7 bolt catch, and UL port door. Geissele SD-C, posi-snap ambi safety, and mag catch. BRT insert in the FSB, too.
     

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