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Old 02-11-2014, 10:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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DPMS AR-10 in 6.5 Creedmoor?

Anyone have one? Been reading some good reviews on it. Was curious what the OSR folk had to say if they have any experience.
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I have a 6.5 Creedmoor bolt gun. One of the reasons I chose that caliber was because a wanted to have semi auto as well. I'll get one soon - haven't decided if I should rebarrel my AR10, or build a new one.
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After I get my 243 ar10 done, the 6.5 is my next build.
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Sold one to guy with a vortex viper 4-16x50 PST FFP MOA. I don't remember his groups at 500, but I know his 100 was less than 1moa. Not sure if he ever pushed it out to a K. Loss contact after I stopped selling guns.
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I guess right now, they're made of unobtanium. I saw some reviews on snipershide that made me consider just buying it instead of building it.
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Sold one to guy with a vortex viper 4-16x50 PST FFP MOA. I don't remember his groups at 500, but I know his 100 was less than 1moa. Not sure if he ever pushed it out to a K. Loss contact after I stopped selling guns.
Interesting... I haven't seen many DPMS barrels shoot sub. Any idea who's barrel they are using, what gas and what length?

OP, 6.5 is a great round .260 is also worth a look now that the SR25/AR10 gas guns are getting dialed in.
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Interesting... I haven't seen many DPMS barrels shoot sub. Any idea who's barrel they are using, what gas and what length?

OP, 6.5 is a great round .260 is also worth a look now that the SR25/AR10 gas guns are getting dialed in.
Was out of the box dpms, Heavy stainless barrel.
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