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Posted: 7/20/2011 7:15:25 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 7/20/2011 7:16:11 AM EDT by T2OPFOR]
I've been looking at the LMT MRP lately, lots of good info and reviews out there.  However, I can't seem to find how much one weighs stock.  I'm sure the data is out there somewhere but I haven't stumbled across it yet.  Thanks.
https://www.lewismachine.net/product.php?p=188&cid=12&session=fb62f2b94b724978a47425cd2a55f371
Link Posted: 7/20/2011 7:52:58 AM EDT
The piston version is 7.3 pounds.   I love mine and it is my go to rifle.
Link Posted: 7/20/2011 8:36:09 AM EDT
Originally Posted By CovertChannels:
The piston version is 7.3 pounds.   I love mine and it is my go to rifle.


+1  Love my LMT Piston.
Link Posted: 7/20/2011 10:21:01 AM EDT

MSTN  [Dealer]                                                                                                                                                                                                                   1/23/2005 11:04:41 PM EDT


I HAVE ONE OF EACH RIGHT HERE:





CQB MRP WEIGHTS:





10.5" 52 OZ





14.5" 59 OZ





16" 61 OZ





THEY MIGHT BE LIGHTER IF THEY DID NOT COME WITH SO MUCH OIL ON THEM!





SURPRISINGLY, THE RIFLE LENGTH MRP ONLY WEIGHS 2 OZ MORE THAN A COMPARABLE CQB LENGTH.





WES GRANT


M.S.T.N.





 
 
Link Posted: 7/20/2011 2:08:25 PM EDT
Yes I adore mine too.  Would trust my life to it without hesitation.  'Course it weighs a bit more than 7.3 right now with all the crap I have hanging on it...
Link Posted: 7/21/2011 1:16:13 PM EDT
IMO one of the best rifles there is.
Link Posted: 7/21/2011 3:43:51 PM EDT
Yep.   MRP is pure awesomeness.  and LMT's customer service kicks ass.  

Only complaint is the MRP is a bit front heavy and the supplied torque wrench sucks.
Link Posted: 7/24/2011 7:48:51 PM EDT
Originally Posted By afroney:
Yep.   MRP is pure awesomeness.  and LMT's customer service kicks ass.  

Only complaint is the MRP is a bit front heavy and the supplied torque wrench sucks.


Yup
Link Posted: 7/25/2011 1:32:00 AM EDT
Originally Posted By afroney:
Yep.   MRP is pure awesomeness.  and LMT's customer service kicks ass.  

Only complaint is the MRP is a bit front heavy and the supplied torque wrench sucks.


+1 here, love my 16" MRP Piston.

The weight balance is nothing a Magpul UBR or ACS can't fix, that new custom solid billet aluminum adjustable stock (forget who makes it), or even an A2 stock with a buttstock balance weight (if you find it really necessary).

As far as the torque wrench is concerned, I can't think of a better excuse to pick up a Snap-On Techwrench!
Link Posted: 7/25/2011 2:41:03 AM EDT
The MRP rocks. Here is one in UDE flavor.

Link Posted: 7/31/2011 8:16:56 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 7/31/2011 8:18:42 PM EDT by jasonusvi]
Originally Posted By GroupB:
Originally Posted By afroney:
Yep.   MRP is pure awesomeness.  and LMT's customer service kicks ass.  

Only complaint is the MRP is a bit front heavy and the supplied torque wrench sucks.


+1 here, love my 16" MRP Piston.

The weight balance is nothing a Magpul UBR or ACS can't fix, that new custom solid billet aluminum adjustable stock (forget who makes it), or even an A2 stock with a buttstock balance weight (if you find it really necessary).

As far as the torque wrench is concerned, I can't think of a better excuse to pick up a Snap-On Techwrench!


MRP is great.  LMT barrel profile is a little heavy so might want to dimple or turn down to make it more handy.  Just a barrel swap away from any set up you could want be it caliber, barrel length, gas length or system (DI/Piston).

The Mariposa is a less expensive high end wrench and maxes out at 141 so is ideal for MRP... $150 for basic without bits or about $200 for pro with bits and one free re-calibration to confirm accuracy after 5000 torque jobs:





Link Posted: 8/2/2011 8:53:01 AM EDT
Originally Posted By jasonusvi:
Originally Posted By GroupB:
Originally Posted By afroney:
Yep.   MRP is pure awesomeness.  and LMT's customer service kicks ass.  

Only complaint is the MRP is a bit front heavy and the supplied torque wrench sucks.


+1 here, love my 16" MRP Piston.

The weight balance is nothing a Magpul UBR or ACS can't fix, that new custom solid billet aluminum adjustable stock (forget who makes it), or even an A2 stock with a buttstock balance weight (if you find it really necessary).

As far as the torque wrench is concerned, I can't think of a better excuse to pick up a Snap-On Techwrench!


MRP is great.  LMT barrel profile is a little heavy so might want to dimple or turn down to make it more handy.  Just a barrel swap away from any set up you could want be it caliber, barrel length, gas length or system (DI/Piston).

The Mariposa is a less expensive high end wrench and maxes out at 141 so is ideal for MRP... $150 for basic without bits or about $200 for pro with bits and one free re-calibration to confirm accuracy after 5000 torque jobs:

http://i752.photobucket.com/albums/xx166/jasonusvi/Mariposa3.jpg

http://i752.photobucket.com/albums/xx166/jasonusvi/Mariposa2.jpg

http://i752.photobucket.com/albums/xx166/jasonusvi/Mariposa1.jpg


Jason -

I've followed your posts on that "damn" wrench and finally had to order one!  Thanks!  I know it's worth the money, but it sure stung the wallet though!
Link Posted: 8/12/2011 6:27:04 AM EDT
Originally Posted By RC51_Texas:
Originally Posted By jasonusvi:
Originally Posted By GroupB:
Originally Posted By afroney:
Yep.   MRP is pure awesomeness.  and LMT's customer service kicks ass.  

Only complaint is the MRP is a bit front heavy and the supplied torque wrench sucks.


+1 here, love my 16" MRP Piston.

The weight balance is nothing a Magpul UBR or ACS can't fix, that new custom solid billet aluminum adjustable stock (forget who makes it), or even an A2 stock with a buttstock balance weight (if you find it really necessary).

As far as the torque wrench is concerned, I can't think of a better excuse to pick up a Snap-On Techwrench!




MRP is great.  LMT barrel profile is a little heavy so might want to dimple or turn down to make it more handy.  Just a barrel swap away from any set up you could want be it caliber, barrel length, gas length or system (DI/Piston).

The Mariposa is a less expensive high end wrench and maxes out at 141 so is ideal for MRP... $150 for basic without bits or about $200 for pro with bits and one free re-calibration to confirm accuracy after 5000 torque jobs:

http://i752.photobucket.com/albums/xx166/jasonusvi/Mariposa3.jpg

http://i752.photobucket.com/albums/xx166/jasonusvi/Mariposa2.jpg

http://i752.photobucket.com/albums/xx166/jasonusvi/Mariposa1.jpg


Jason -

I've followed your posts on that "damn" wrench and finally had to order one!  Thanks!  I know it's worth the money, but it sure stung the wallet though!


Sweet.  Post some pics of your gun and the wrench in the MPR Baddness, chapter 3 thread!
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