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Thread: LMT 10.5” SBR

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    LMT 10.5” SBR

    Upper:
    LMT 10.5”
    BCM Mod 0 Comp
    KAC M4 RAS
    Vltor Mod4CH
    Troy rear BUIS
    Larue Index clips

    Lower:
    LMT Defender 2000
    Seekins single side safety (ambis hit my trigger finger)
    Seekins bolt release
    ALG ACT Trigger
    BCM Grip and Stock

    Optic:
    TA31RCOM4 ACOG on a GDI mount

    Accessories:
    DBAL Green/IR
    Surefire WL/IR
    BCM VFG
    VCAS Sling

    I chose the Green/IR DBAL because after dabbling with civilian legal IR laser illuminators I realized the LED ones are just way better. I haven’t worked out exactly how I will activate both without a tape switch but I’ll play with it. Plus my dogs love the green laser.

    I went from a T2 to an ACOG because I’m seeing the light regarding magnification. I think everything I have will soon have a NF 1-8 NX8.

    The LMT has literally never failed in over 10,000 rounds since I got it in 2009. It’s amazing.


    Why do the loudest do the least?

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    Thats a bad bad bad boy package. I have a 105 LMT and it too ha been awesome. Ive never run an ACOG on such a short gun, I have one on a 14.5. I struggle with the both eyes open and using it like a RDS. I think because my two eyes are different.

    Damn straight on the NF1-8, those scopes are so nice.

    PB
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    As usual, a no nonsense set up. Well done.

    You may want to use a tape switch for the DBAL and keep the button for the Surefire. That way they are completely independent and you know for sure which item is being used. No actuall Light ND.
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    How do you like the BCM comp? I imagine that on a 10.5", it's a bit blasty. Have you considered a Vortex FH or a 51Tto go with your suppressors?

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    Always nice to see a good FSB gun.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pappabear View Post
    Thats a bad bad bad boy package. I have a 105 LMT and it too ha been awesome. Ive never run an ACOG on such a short gun, I have one on a 14.5. I struggle with the both eyes open and using it like a RDS. I think because my two eyes are different.

    Damn straight on the NF1-8, those scopes are so nice.

    PB
    Thanks man. Wait till you see my new Noveske 12.5” next week. I already had the acog, but won’t be buying anymore.

    Quote Originally Posted by docsherm View Post
    As usual, a no nonsense set up. Well done.

    You may want to use a tape switch for the DBAL and keep the button for the Surefire. That way they are completely independent and you know for sure which item is being used. No actuall Light ND.
    Where would you put it? The rail is super short.

    Quote Originally Posted by noonesshowmonkey View Post
    How do you like the BCM comp? I imagine that on a 10.5", it's a bit blasty. Have you considered a Vortex FH or a 51Tto go with your suppressors?
    I’ve considered it, specifically the 51T but I love how flat it shoots with the comp. however it is loud if you are next to it, not so much for the shooter. Like suck the air out of your lungs if you stand next to it loud. The point of this rifle is to be relatively simple and I wanted to avoid a suppressor for POI shift changes and stuff.


    Quote Originally Posted by markm View Post
    Always nice to see a good FSB gun.
    I knew you’d like it! FSBs need to make a comeback.

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    Nice looking rifle. I like the way the balance between FDE and Black, which I always find difficult to do properly myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eurodriver View Post
    Thanks man. Wait till you see my new Noveske 12.5” next week. I already had the acog, but won’t be buying anymore.



    Where would you put it? The rail is super short.



    I’ve considered it, specifically the 51T but I love how flat it shoots with the comp. however it is loud if you are next to it, not so much for the shooter. Like suck the air out of your lungs if you stand next to it loud. The point of this rifle is to be relatively simple and I wanted to avoid a suppressor for POI shift changes and stuff.




    I knew you’d like it! FSBs need to make a comeback.
    For the tape switch, i tuck mine into the rail. This is a 10.5 with a 9" rail, but you get rhe idea.

    I can't get pics to load right now. I will add then shortly.

    As for the comp, have you thought about a AAC Breakout 2.0? You will get the comp reduction of a break woth much less flash..... and you can mount a can if you want.
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    That's really nice. How's the gas port on these barrels?
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    Great looking gun! I'm another fan of the FSB.

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