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    Does anybody make an Army SDMR clone?

    Im wanting to get a rifle like my SDMR I had in the Army but I cant find anyone who makes them. Am I gonna have to build it part by part or does someone actually build a complte upper?
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    http://www.whiteoakarmament.com/

    makes the barrels and possibly the upper as a special order (its not specifically mentioned on the site)



    Comments from someone who builds them: http://designatedmarksman.com/files/AMU%20rifle.pdf

    More parts info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_...Marksman_Rifle


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    Last edited by danpass; 10-15-10 at 09:11.
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    Not EXACTLY the same, but these will get you close.

    http://www.bravocompanyusa.com/AR-15...Group-s/26.htm
    http://www.bravocompanyusa.com/BCM-U...m-urg-samr.htm
    http://www.bravocompanyusa.com/BCM-U...am%20vis12.htm

    Technically the SAM-R uppers from BCM aren't true-to-spec SAM-R clones, more SAM-R/SDM-R hybrids. BCM's SAM-R would get pushed farther to the left of 'The Chart', though. The BCM SAM-R has M4 feed ramps, which the SDM-R lacks. The real SAM-R, however, has a 1:7 twist barrel, while the SDM-R has a 1:8.
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    perhaps we could put this in Precision:Semi-Auto
    Dan Miami, FL

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    Quote Originally Posted by danpass View Post
    perhaps we could put this in Precision:Semi-Auto
    Done...
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    Probably worth a look at Centuron's lineup.

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    I was looking for an SDM rifle not long ago and decided the best way to go to get what I wanted was build it myself.

    I went with a compass lake engineering profiled douglas barrel, and the rest of the parts are as close to the real thing as possible(minus the vortex and optic). I even used the armalite lower reciever that some sdm rifles are supposed to have.

    This was my first build, and it was way easier than I imagined. About a week ago I used this rifle to make hits out to 700yds on man sized steel.

    It normally wears a leupold mk4 2.5-8x optic

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    You can email John at Rainier Arms
    Buy a Rainier Arms upper with:
    White Oak Arms 20" Barrel
    Daniel Defense 12.0 M4 Rail
    White Oak FSB and Gas Tube

    Fill it with a BCG of your choosing (Ranier, Daniel Defense, BCM, LMT, GTS), Charging handle (Rainier or BCM Forged; BCM Gunfighter4), and you've got the upper.
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