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Thread: Cutting 16” DPMS to 14.88”

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    The SS from Wilson Combat stands for, “Super Sniper.”

    https://www.wilsoncombat.com/super-sniper/

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Goodtimes View Post
    Lol that makes sense now. I thought it might stand for Stainless steal but I also wasn’t sure if it stood for something like “special steal” as I’ve been told Wilson uses a special steal in their barrels.


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    Ahhhh, the elusive DPMS 16" Wilson Combat Super Sniper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iraqgunz View Post
    Not sure if this is slow day trolling or not so we'll indulge it. The last thing I would do is take a DPMS barrel and spend any amount of money cutting it down, pinning and welding or anything else.
    “The Little Shop of Trollers” has been off for a week, so it was time to get the band back together.

    It’s always pretty obvious, but I’m still surprised at the amount of people that continually fall for their BS.
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    I legit lol’d at this.

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    Ahhhh, the elusive DPMS 16" Wilson Combat Super Sniper.
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    I'm unexpectedly stuck in a hotel room for the night, so have little else to occupy my time.

    I actually have an old DPMS early-AWB-era 16" non-lined .223 Remington upper sitting in a closet. I sold off the lower over 5 years ago, and couldn't get him to take the upper, even for an extra $100. I haven't shot it in many years, and likely never will again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grizzman View Post
    I'm unexpectedly stuck in a hotel room for the night, so have little else to occupy my time.

    I actually have an old DPMS early-AWB-era 16" non-lined .223 Remington upper sitting in a closet. I sold off the lower over 5 years ago, and couldn't get him to take the upper, even for an extra $100. I haven't shot it in many years, and likely never will again.
    I have a DPMS Lower that is almost 20 years old. It is a SBR and has been refitted with CMT parts and that this has about 45K through it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Goodtimes View Post
    I’m honestly not sure. I got it second hand from my cousin. He said it’s what was on his rifle he used in MARSOC before getting out and contracting. I think it’s coated in bake-a-lite or whatever you call it, it’s black in color. It only says “Wilson SS 1/8” towards the muzzle.


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    Iirc they use Melotite- better than chrome lining(no chance of flaking , chipping, or peeling). More accuracy.
    Might want to take it to 14.7” for moar weight reduction for better transisions.
    Last edited by MegademiC; 09-20-18 at 21:37.

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