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Thread: WWSD Knock off build

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    WWSD Knock off build

    Having handled the WWSD rifles from the InRange TV project, I knew I wanted to build one of my own. Finally got it together and shot it in a 2 gun match Saturday.

    Goal was to build a rifle similar to those in the project. I wanted a nice, lightweight, ambidextrous rifle primarily for matches and also to use in classes.



    Upper parts:
    Aero Precision forward assistless upper
    Geiselle ACH
    Adams Arms BCG
    Faxon 16 inch pencil midlength and gas block
    Isler Custom Gun Works carbon fiber handguard
    Streamlight rail mount 2 in a Proctor PLMD
    Vortex Crossfire red dot

    Lower
    GWACS Cav 15
    KE arms SLT-1 and ambi 45 degree safety
    Norgon ambi mag release
    PDQ ambi bolt catch
    JP Enterprise captured buffer spring assembly, H2 weight

    Sling is a Redwire Gear CS mounted with some paracord

    Rifle runs great and handles awesome. This is my first rifle with an ambi mag release and ambi bolt catch. Despite being a lefty, I never really sought these features out. But after using them I can appreciate having them.

    Weighed in at 5.9lbs on my Harbor Freight scale.
    “Anything worth shooting is worth shooting 30 times” -Kyle Lamb

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    I watched most of the series on their builds, and I have to applaud their out of the box thinking. Personally I don't think I'm going to build a polymer lower until more feedback is available, to either prove or disprove their durability. At 5.9 lbs. I bet it handles quite nicely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Berd View Post
    This is my first rifle with an ambi mag release and ambi bolt catch. Despite being a lefty, I never really sought these features out. But after using them I can appreciate having them.
    In that case, check out Forward Controls Design.
    E pluribus unum

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hammer_Man View Post
    Personally I don't think I'm going to build a polymer lower until more feedback is available, to either prove or disprove their durability.
    This lower was previously a CavArms release, if there is a proven polymer lower, this is it. IMO the integral stock is a way better setup than trying to install a standard RE on a polymer lower.
    E pluribus unum

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