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    Centurion Arms/BRT 14"

    This rifle started with the first Centurion Group buy quite a while ago. I wanted to do something unique with this build so BRT immediately came to mind!

    Here are the breakdown of the parts...

    Centruion Arms Lower, Upper, BCG and 13" OEM M-Lok hand guard

    Colt lower parts kit and receiver extension.

    H2 Buffer

    Sprinco action spring/ white

    Forward Controls Designs Magazine Release Button

    Geissele Super Tricon trigger, Super Precision Aimpoint Mount, and Airborne charging handle (very nice CH)

    BCM Grip, SOPMOD Stock, trigger guard, M-Lok scout light mount, Sling Swivel, and rail covers

    Griffen Rear Sight

    Daniel Defense Fixed Front Sight

    Aimpoint Micro T-1 4MOA

    Arasaka Low profile M-300 light body w/ Surefire tailcap and lighthead.

    Dead Air Flashhider/ suppressor mount for Sndman K

    Blue Force Gear VCAS Sling

    And last but certainly not least...

    Black River Tactical 14" Optimum barrel with micro pinned gas block and MarkBlue gas tube.

    I will admit that I have not shot this rifle much as I have been working on my pistol skills more often than usual since I have been doing a lot of instructing lately. I will say that it is a pleasure to shoot and flat doesn't even describe how smoothly it shoots! I sighted in the irons and the Aimpoint with Federal M855 and then tweaked it with the Hornady 62Gr. TAP Barrier that it will always be loaded with. This rifle likes the hot stuff but you wouldn't know it considering the light recoil impulse.

    So here it is!
    Throughout the build process.

    Untitled by Cory Fluck, on Flickr

    Untitled by Cory Fluck, on Flickr

    Untitled by Cory Fluck, on Flickr

    Untitled by Cory Fluck, on Flickr

    Untitled by Cory Fluck, on Flickr

    Untitled by Cory Fluck, on Flickr

    Untitled by Cory Fluck, on Flickr

    Untitled by Cory Fluck, on Flickr

    Untitled by Cory Fluck, on Flickr

    Untitled by Cory Fluck, on Flickr

    Untitled by Cory Fluck, on Flickr

    by Cory Fluck, on Flickr
    "Perfect Practice Makes Perfect"
    "There are 550 million firearms on this planet. That's one firearm for every 12 people. The question is... How do we arm the other 11?" Lord of War.
    "I predict future happiness for Americans if they can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of taking care of them." Thomas Jefferson

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    I went to a local gun store and they had a Sandman K they let me put on the rifle to make sure everything fit correctly. I have been procrastinating and haven't purchased the suppressor yet.

    Untitled by Cory Fluck, on Flickr
    "Perfect Practice Makes Perfect"
    "There are 550 million firearms on this planet. That's one firearm for every 12 people. The question is... How do we arm the other 11?" Lord of War.
    "I predict future happiness for Americans if they can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of taking care of them." Thomas Jefferson

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    Very nice build. You selected some very solid components, and I'm sure this rifle will serve you well for years. If I were you I wouldn't hesitate to purchase the suppressor. The next election cycle is coming up real soon.

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    Cool rifle. That 14” is a really nice barrel length.
    RLTW

    “That is why there isn't an AK chart.” -SteyrAUG

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    Nice build, good parts.
    I like it, I'm a fan of the 14.5" pinned/weld guns.

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    Awesome rifle. I really like how you pinned the muzzle device. Curious what size screw you used?


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    Sweet build. Just curious but what did you use on the pin, red loctite?

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Dub View Post
    Sweet build. Just curious but what did you use on the pin, red loctite?
    If it’s not welded ATF says you’re gonna have a bad time


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ajlopez281 View Post
    Awesome rifle. I really like how you pinned the muzzle device. Curious what size screw you used?


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    I used a #6 screw and matched it to a tap I had.
    "Perfect Practice Makes Perfect"
    "There are 550 million firearms on this planet. That's one firearm for every 12 people. The question is... How do we arm the other 11?" Lord of War.
    "I predict future happiness for Americans if they can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of taking care of them." Thomas Jefferson

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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Dub View Post
    Sweet build. Just curious but what did you use on the pin, red loctite?
    Yes Rockset on the barrel threads and red locktite on the screw.
    "Perfect Practice Makes Perfect"
    "There are 550 million firearms on this planet. That's one firearm for every 12 people. The question is... How do we arm the other 11?" Lord of War.
    "I predict future happiness for Americans if they can prevent the government from wasting the labors of the people under the pretense of taking care of them." Thomas Jefferson

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