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    .458 SOCOM

    Finishing up a 458. PSA lower, Anderson upper with modified feed ramp and ejection port. KAZ bcg and a Radical Firearms barrel. Luth-AR gas block. Now just trying to decide on a rail, stock and muzzle device.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kg4kpg View Post
    Finishing up a 458. PSA lower, Anderson upper with modified feed ramp and ejection port. KAZk bcg and a Radical Firearms barrel. Luth-AR has block. Now just trying to decide on a rail, stock and muzzle device.

    I'm debating on something very similar for my next build. Can't decide on the SOCOM or a 6.8 SPCII. Did you modify you upper or have it done? I have 2 sets of Anderson receivers to make something from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shadowrider View Post
    I'm debating on something very similar for my next build. Can't decide on the SOCOM or a 6.8 SPCII. Did you modify you upper or have it done? I have 2 sets of Anderson receivers to make something from.
    It was modified from Anderson. I was going to modify a stripped PSA upper I had but Primary Arms had the modified uppers on sale so I grabbed one. If I had done it myself I would have had to paint it so it was more cost effective.

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    All done

    Just waiting for a day off to go to the range while working and in the middle of moving.


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    Very nice.......I used a tromps barrel and bolt along with an old magnesium BCM rail.
    Itís a blast to shoot, a bit pricey unless you reload, but full as hell
    Proper Planing Prevents Piss Poor Performance.......

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    I purchased a complete upper from Wilson Combat, that is riding on a Colt Lower. Great too shoot and as previously stated very pricey.

    The firearm was built for my grandson.

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