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Thread: LMT MRP still relevant?

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    total necropost but given the excitement around the new LMT products at SHOT 2018, had to give this a bump.

    Particularly interested in the MLOK uppers and the 224 Valkyrie barrel options.

    Certainly LMT has upped their game!
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    Yep, it's good to see the MLOK uppers and their new website is infinitely better to navigate than their old site. A part of me still reeaalllly hope they'll come out with a lightweight .223 barrel option, but I'm not holding my breath.
    If plan A didnít work, the alphabet has 25 more letters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad aim View Post
    Yep, it's good to see the MLOK uppers and their new website is infinitely better to navigate than their old site. A part of me still reeaalllly hope they'll come out with a lightweight .223 barrel option, but I'm not holding my breath.
    Yeah, agreed. A standard lightweight pencil barrel would be nice.

    A few years back, I packaged up a 16" barrel and sent it to Marvin Pitts to have it turned down forward and aft of the gas block. Shaved a bunch of weight and didn't break the bank. Now I'm happy with it. Also did a bling barrel with him in the KAC dimple pattern which turned out awesome as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bad aim View Post
    Yep, it's good to see the MLOK uppers and their new website is infinitely better to navigate than their old site.

    Of course you can't buy their rubber SLK8 panels by themselves.

    They also took the suppressed/unsupressed gas valves off their website.
    "Not every thing on Earth requires an aftermarket upgrade." demigod/markm

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    I have a pair of the M-Lok MRP receivers, one carbine, one rifle length. Annoyingly, if you have more than one M-Lok accessory mounted, it's basically impossible to remove the barrel without first removing some or all of the accessories. If you have just one accessory mounted, and the screws don't protrude past the back of the m-lok nut, then you can pull the barrel.

    Probably not a big deal for most people, but still.
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    Have you tried contacting them directly? I know when the new site first launched, a ton of stuff were left off from the old site, but it looks like they're slowly adding things back.
    If plan A didnít work, the alphabet has 25 more letters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippers View Post
    I have a pair of the M-Lok MRP receivers, one carbine, one rifle length. Annoyingly, if you have more than one M-Lok accessory mounted, it's basically impossible to remove the barrel without first removing some or all of the accessories. If you have just one accessory mounted, and the screws don't protrude past the back of the m-lok nut, then you can pull the barrel.

    Probably not a big deal for most people, but still.
    That kinda bothers me, but thanks for the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad aim View Post
    Yep, it's good to see the MLOK uppers and their new website is infinitely better to navigate than their old site. A part of me still reeaalllly hope they'll come out with a lightweight .223 barrel option, but I'm not holding my breath.
    Yes to all of this, especially the lw barrel!

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    New products look good. Tempting.

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    I love my lmt I run at work

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