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    Default NEW SUAREZ 18" SPR AR-15 UPPER

    We are releasing a new line of SPR uppers only in 5.56mm. Initially we will only be releasing one model to gauge interest, but plan to have three separate uppers in the end. The first will be the budget line, using a Grey Ghost upper, 18" match barrel, and a Bootleg adjustable BCG, for those interested in running a can. The mid-range upper will feature all the same quality components as the budget, but with an upgraded MLOK rail. Finally, the premium upper will have all the bells and whistles. Geiselle Mk4 15inch rail, upgraded BCM charging handle, offset Magpul Pro iron sights, and will have the option to be purchased with a GG&G bipod. All three uppers will come turn key ready to stretch out your favorite .223/5.56 round. Live out your long range Tier One fantasies!

    https://suarezinternational.com/spr-18-upper-5-56/

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    This looks interesting. What sort of accuracy are you finding so far with testing?
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    It’s great to see SI producing complete upper receiver assemblies again. ChrisNobody and I have a few of Josh’s creations and if these new versions are similar to the last rendition they’ll be easily sub-MOA and completely reliable. SI rifles have a place in local history and it’s good to see their return, at least the top half.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KarlinPhoenix View Post
    This looks interesting. What sort of accuracy are you finding so far with testing?
    We expect at least 3/4 MOA out of these uppers. In a prototype 16" version, using match ammo we achieved 1/2 MOA.

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    Oh, I'm sure these will be just as good as your previous offerings.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Groth View Post
    We expect at least 3/4 MOA out of these uppers. In a prototype 16" version, using match ammo we achieved 1/2 MOA.
    I am really getting excited about this; many thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Groth View Post
    We expect at least 3/4 MOA out of these uppers. In a prototype 16" version, using match ammo we achieved 1/2 MOA.
    Paul, what is a good lower on which to base a quality rifle? What buffer and spring do you recommend with this setup? Thanks, Karl
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    Quote Originally Posted by KarlinPhoenix View Post
    Paul, what is a good lower on which to base a quality rifle? What buffer and spring do you recommend with this setup? Thanks, Karl
    I would recommend at the bare minimum Aero Precision, but something such as a PWS, Seekins, BCM or Noveske would fit better. The buffer and a spring depend on the stock and muzzle brake for tuning the gun. If you go with a A2 stock just the standard weight would be fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Groth View Post
    I would recommend at the bare minimum Aero Precision, but something such as a PWS, Seekins, BCM or Noveske would fit better. The buffer and a spring depend on the stock and muzzle brake for tuning the gun. If you go with a A2 stock just the standard weight would be fine.
    Thank you Paul. Would you see an utility in getting one of those collapsible stocks for a DMR rifle? Or, does the stability of an A2 stock do better?
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