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Posted: 3/16/2015 9:58:52 PM EST
[Last Edit: LRRPF52]
Over the years, I've slowly learned to like this cartridge more and more, and they are replicating like Gremlins now.  I'm even thinking my retros need to be Grendel's.

I like that the recoil is basically like an SKS, but the impact is much closer to a .308, especially when compared to .223 Rem, no matter what target bullet you try in the mouse guns.

Punching Steel

17.6" Lilja Barrel



16" AA Barrel-Target is just above the red dot in the picture getting smacked, with dust kick-up from the spall.


18" Midway Fluted Barrel
missing
Link Posted: 6/16/2020 7:07:10 PM EST
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Originally Posted By WSAR15:
...By the way, I just received your two 6.5 Grendel Reloading Handbooks - very nice books and great information!
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Originally Posted By WSAR15:
Originally Posted By LRRPF52:

There's a rotational gas "valve" with descending port sizes in-between the carrier key and the Stoner expansion chamber.

The fully suppressed setting has the smallest gas port inside the valve shaft.

There are detent recesses in a track on the shaft, so that the valve maintains the position the user selects.

It's the easiest adjustable gas system I've used on the AR15, though I haven't played with all of them.
...By the way, I just received your two 6.5 Grendel Reloading Handbooks - very nice books and great information!
Ditto; they're excellent references.
Link Posted: 6/16/2020 11:11:16 PM EST
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Borrowed a friend's who had done exactly that on an Elander. Did not help.
Link Posted: 7/9/2020 2:44:44 PM EST
[Last Edit: Mop89] [#3]
Update: still waiting on my ARMS #36 ex osr so I don't have to switch scope mounts when I swap the scope back and forth between this Grendel and a .300blk bolt action, eventually I'll pool money together for its own optic but for as often as I think I'll shoot it, swapping is easy enough for now.

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Link Posted: 7/10/2020 5:45:34 AM EST
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Very nice! Congratulations on a fine build.
Link Posted: 7/20/2020 3:21:25 PM EST
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All finished up, ammo and ARMS arrived today - close fit but it'll work! Hopefully

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Link Posted: 7/20/2020 4:52:43 PM EST
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Very nice built. I also like the A2 stock. Why the rail (lower scope rings)?
Link Posted: 7/21/2020 6:00:53 PM EST
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Originally Posted By WSAR15:
Very nice built. I also like the A2 stock. Why the rail (lower scope rings)?
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Ideally I'd use a 1.5" cantilever mount, but this optic will live back and forth between this Grendel and a .300blk bolt action. The bolt action requires me to use low rings, and low rings won't work on the upper receiver (objective bell hits rail) this allows me to get my proper scope height, clears the objective, and I don't have to swap mounts. Also a decent cantilever Mount is $150+, the a.r.m.s was $75 on EE
Link Posted: 7/21/2020 6:03:44 PM EST
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it just barely clears
Link Posted: 7/21/2020 8:19:07 PM EST
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Makes great sense to. I may go that way as well. Thanks Mop89.
Link Posted: 9/29/2020 4:56:48 PM EST
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12.5” BA barrel in 6.5G

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Link Posted: 9/29/2020 11:47:49 PM EST
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12 in. Faxon.
Link Posted: 9/30/2020 12:16:28 AM EST
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12 in. Faxon.
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What kind of gas block and how did you install it under the larue rail? I had to get a new rail because I couldn't install a sentry 7 clamp on underneath mine.
Link Posted: 9/30/2020 12:53:13 AM EST
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I felt the same way until I shot a coyote last winter. WAY too much damage to the pelt as the bullet ripped the right shoulder through the body and took out the left shoulder almost blowing the dog into 2 pieces. I'd be tempted to use it on an Elk at close range (under 200yds).
Link Posted: 9/30/2020 6:18:30 AM EST
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Originally Posted By mngun:

What kind of gas block and how did you install it under the larue rail? I had to get a new rail because I couldn't install a sentry 7 clamp on underneath mine.
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Yeah it was a little wonky, Seekins adjustable GB. I just left the hand guard nut hand tight until I got the gas set correctly. I would recommend using a GB that adjust from muzzle end for this hand guard.

Edit: the low profile adjustable uses set screws to attach. Has plenty of clearance
Link Posted: 10/19/2020 8:13:59 PM EST
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Well, I've got a Satern 6.5G 18in barrel on the way to D. Wilson so he can rig it for my LMT MRP uppers. It'll be heavy but no heavier than that LMT with the 18in .223 barrel. Should pack a much better punch also.

If the cheap stuff will shoot even ok thatll be its primary diet but I also intend to reload for precision stuff as well as hunting purposes.

What powders do well with 6.5G that also play well with .223. I already use RL-15 and I've had great luck with 8208 with a bolt action .223, any others I should keep an eye out for?

Looks like I need to source some mags also, whats the current goodness here? The more different they look or feel from regular AR mags the better.

It'll be a minute until I get to play with it, itll be sort of a 'welcome home' present to myself.

When I get home I'll post pics and all that.


Link Posted: 10/19/2020 8:22:10 PM EST
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I have a 12"
Link Posted: 10/19/2020 8:54:12 PM EST
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Originally Posted By ACPjunkie:
Well, I've got a Satern 6.5G 18in barrel on the way to D. Wilson so he can rig it for my LMT MRP uppers. It'll be heavy but no heavier than that LMT with the 18in .223 barrel. Should pack a much better punch also.

If the cheap stuff will shoot even ok thatll be its primary diet but I also intend to reload for precision stuff as well as hunting purposes.

What powders do well with 6.5G that also play well with .223. I already use RL-15 and I've had great luck with 8208 with a bolt action .223, any others I should keep an eye out for?

Looks like I need to source some mags also, whats the current goodness here? The more different they look or feel from regular AR mags the better.

It'll be a minute until I get to play with it, itll be sort of a 'welcome home' present to myself.

When I get home I'll post pics and all that.


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Re 15 works great in all 4 of mine.

28.7 grains with 123(work up) is very accurate.

Link Posted: 10/19/2020 9:04:10 PM EST
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I’m a big Grendel fan

Link Posted: 10/20/2020 6:57:40 PM EST
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Originally Posted By ACPjunkie:
Well, I've got a Satern 6.5G 18in barrel on the way to D. Wilson so he can rig it for my LMT MRP uppers. It'll be heavy but no heavier than that LMT with the 18in .223 barrel. Should pack a much better punch also.

If the cheap stuff will shoot even ok thatll be its primary diet but I also intend to reload for precision stuff as well as hunting purposes.

What powders do well with 6.5G that also play well with .223. I already use RL-15 and I've had great luck with 8208 with a bolt action .223, any others I should keep an eye out for?

Looks like I need to source some mags also, whats the current goodness here? The more different they look or feel from regular AR mags the better.

It'll be a minute until I get to play with it, itll be sort of a 'welcome home' present to myself.

When I get home I'll post pics and all that.

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Please keep us up to date on this project!

I have a 12.5 BA barrel on its way to Nefarious Arms to be fitted to my LMT MRP pistol.
Link Posted: 10/20/2020 9:31:35 PM EST
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Originally Posted By ACPjunkie:
Well, I've got a Satern 6.5G 18in barrel on the way to D. Wilson so he can rig it for my LMT MRP uppers. It'll be heavy but no heavier than that LMT with the 18in .223 barrel. Should pack a much better punch also.

If the cheap stuff will shoot even ok thatll be its primary diet but I also intend to reload for precision stuff as well as hunting purposes.

What powders do well with 6.5G that also play well with .223. I already use RL-15 and I've had great luck with 8208 with a bolt action .223, any others I should keep an eye out for?
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I've been really happy with AR Comp.
Link Posted: 10/21/2020 12:18:08 AM EST
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Please keep us up to date on this project!

I have a 12.5 BA barrel on its way to Nefarious Arms to be fitted to my LMT MRP pistol.
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I probably wont be able to put this together until early next year.

Sadly


But rest assured, the finished product will be posted.
Link Posted: 3/14/2021 5:29:49 PM EST
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Gotta say, I am having a hell of a time trying to find more ammo for my grendel. My problem is that its too fun to shoot, and what I thought was a good stash has turned out to be.... less than ideal
Link Posted: 3/15/2021 9:26:18 AM EST
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Well, its earlier next year.

Wilson got the barrel converted inside his time frame. Sadly I was overseas so it sat in my office till I got back. And then I get back and ammo has gone absolutely nutso.

BUT, Academy had some Hornady Black so I bought up my limit.

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Since it was the first time shooting this rifle in over a year I went ahead and shot. zero confirmation with the standard barrel at 25m, thats the group on the left.

I swapped the barrels and shot the group on the right...   pretty good signs

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moved out to a 100m, same deal. 6
5G on the right. 556 on the left. Think I can tighten those up with more practice, I am kind of rusty.

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Link Posted: 3/30/2021 8:30:12 AM EST
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@LRRPF52 you still around?
Link Posted: 3/30/2021 8:19:58 PM EST
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Originally Posted By tronco15:
I’m a big Grendel fan

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A little Grendel fan too, from the looks of it!
Link Posted: 4/1/2021 1:16:17 PM EST
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He's gone.  After getting trashed in GD I doubt he's in a hurry to return.
Link Posted: 4/1/2021 7:55:16 PM EST
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Damn he had a lot of good knowledge
Link Posted: 4/1/2021 10:21:31 PM EST
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He's gone.  After getting trashed in GD I doubt he's in a hurry to return.
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GD is just a sespool of fuck
Link Posted: 4/2/2021 8:02:25 AM EST
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I didn’t always agree with his paper numbers but his load development was spot on. Anyone talk to to LRRP52 tell him to tighten up and get back in the game. I still owe him a steak dinner and a pinned ear for making fun of my grammar.
Link Posted: 4/3/2021 9:45:58 PM EST
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I've gotten a lot of great info from him, I hope he's not left.  Spending too much time in the GD will actually make you dumber by osmosis.  Hopefully he didn't let those monkeys get to him, they do love to throw their own shit at each other.
Link Posted: 4/4/2021 7:08:40 AM EST
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I've gotten a lot of great info from him, I hope he's not left.  Spending too much time in the GD will actually make you dumber by osmosis.  Hopefully he didn't let those monkeys get to him, they do love to throw their own shit at each other.
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I try to avoid that place, but it’s like a cheap sex show. You just have to see if they ever come up with any new content.
The problem with wallowing with a pig in the mud is the pig likes it!
Link Posted: 4/4/2021 8:00:32 AM EST
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Sorry if already posted.  12” 6.5 Grendel XCR.  We took two 8 points that morning using Hornady 123 grain SST ammo.  Both dropped in their tracks.

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Link Posted: 4/4/2021 8:49:44 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Gr8Santini:
Sorry if already posted.  12” 6.5 Grendel XCR.  We took two 8 points that morning using Hornady 123 grain SST ammo.  Both dropped in their tracks.

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What is on top of your blind? Cool Grendel nice shot.
Link Posted: 4/4/2021 10:44:53 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Gr8Santini:
Sorry if already posted.  12” 6.5 Grendel XCR.  We took two 8 points that morning using Hornady 123 grain SST ammo.  Both dropped in their tracks.

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Interesting.

I shot this 6 point at 50 yards, same round, slightly quartering away.

Both lungs turned to goo, devastating internal performance, but no exit hole.  He went about 70 yards, very sparse blood trail.  Without snow, I'd have had a helluva time finding him.





I'm switching to the Fed Fusion.
Link Posted: 4/4/2021 12:56:50 PM EST
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Furthest I’ve had a deer go with the ELD-M was 31 yards after a frontal heart shot. The remaining 12 deer were all three steps or less. I would’ve imagined the sst was similar in performance.
Link Posted: 4/4/2021 4:14:05 PM EST
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What is on top of your blind? Cool Grendel nice shot.
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Originally Posted By sparkyD:
Originally Posted By Gr8Santini:
Sorry if already posted.  12” 6.5 Grendel XCR.  We took two 8 points that morning using Hornady 123 grain SST ammo.  Both dropped in their tracks.

https://www.ar15.com/media/mediaFiles/23396/6FDC0721-969A-4296-B030-EF0CF16E2FD4_jpe-1892225.JPGhttps://www.ar15.com/media/mediaFiles/23396/FD3B267A-5832-41C6-BA77-EB36A2E98F9E_jpe-1892226.JPG

What is on top of your blind? Cool Grendel nice shot.


Thanks.  Blind roof is made of this stuff. It’s held up great for four years so far.
Corrugated asphalt roofing panel
Link Posted: 4/4/2021 11:04:41 PM EST
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Originally Posted By sparkyD:

I try to avoid that place, but it’s like a cheap sex show. You just have to see if they ever come up with any new content.
The problem with wallowing with a pig in the mud is the pig likes it!
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Originally Posted By sparkyD:
Originally Posted By Brandi:
I've gotten a lot of great info from him, I hope he's not left.  Spending too much time in the GD will actually make you dumber by osmosis.  Hopefully he didn't let those monkeys get to him, they do love to throw their own shit at each other.

I try to avoid that place, but it’s like a cheap sex show. You just have to see if they ever come up with any new content.
The problem with wallowing with a pig in the mud is the pig likes it!


Hey there Sparkles ✨, don't forget to wash off.  They poop in that mud too! LOL
Link Posted: 4/5/2021 9:34:39 AM EST
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Thanks.  Blind roof is made of this stuff. It’s held up great for four years so far.
Corrugated asphalt roofing panel
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Originally Posted By Gr8Santini:
Originally Posted By sparkyD:
Originally Posted By Gr8Santini:
Sorry if already posted.  12” 6.5 Grendel XCR.  We took two 8 points that morning using Hornady 123 grain SST ammo.  Both dropped in their tracks.

https://www.ar15.com/media/mediaFiles/23396/6FDC0721-969A-4296-B030-EF0CF16E2FD4_jpe-1892225.JPGhttps://www.ar15.com/media/mediaFiles/23396/FD3B267A-5832-41C6-BA77-EB36A2E98F9E_jpe-1892226.JPG

What is on top of your blind? Cool Grendel nice shot.


Thanks.  Blind roof is made of this stuff. It’s held up great for four years so far.
Corrugated asphalt roofing panel

That was a good idea cheaper than tin.
Link Posted: 4/5/2021 9:36:05 AM EST
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Hey there Sparkles ✨, don't forget to wash off.  They poop in that mud too! LOL
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Originally Posted By sparkyD:
Originally Posted By Brandi:
I've gotten a lot of great info from him, I hope he's not left.  Spending too much time in the GD will actually make you dumber by osmosis.  Hopefully he didn't let those monkeys get to him, they do love to throw their own shit at each other.

I try to avoid that place, but it’s like a cheap sex show. You just have to see if they ever come up with any new content.
The problem with wallowing with a pig in the mud is the pig likes it!


Hey there Sparkles ✨, don't forget to wash off.  They poop in that mud too! LOL

Yeah Ajax and bleach!
Link Posted: 4/11/2021 8:22:35 AM EST
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That was a good idea cheaper than tin.
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Originally Posted By Gr8Santini:
Originally Posted By sparkyD:
Originally Posted By Gr8Santini:
Sorry if already posted.  12" 6.5 Grendel XCR.  We took two 8 points that morning using Hornady 123 grain SST ammo.  Both dropped in their tracks.

https://www.ar15.com/media/mediaFiles/23396/6FDC0721-969A-4296-B030-EF0CF16E2FD4_jpe-1892225.JPGhttps://www.ar15.com/media/mediaFiles/23396/FD3B267A-5832-41C6-BA77-EB36A2E98F9E_jpe-1892226.JPG

What is on top of your blind? Cool Grendel nice shot.


Thanks.  Blind roof is made of this stuff. It's held up great for four years so far.
Corrugated asphalt roofing panel

That was a good idea cheaper than tin.
And a whole lot more quiet when raining.
Link Posted: 4/24/2021 11:46:43 PM EST
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He's gone.  After getting trashed in GD I doubt he's in a hurry to return.
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What’s GD?
Link Posted: 4/25/2021 8:58:33 AM EST
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What’s GD?
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Originally Posted By SCW:

He's gone.  After getting trashed in GD I doubt he's in a hurry to return.


What’s GD?

Garbage Disposal where anything pretty much goes from bad to worse. That’s the technical description for general discussion but it’s actually where the swine wallow. A lot of good members have been baited there into loosing their shit then getting banned.
Link Posted: 4/25/2021 9:44:51 PM EST
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I love my Grendel.

2015 Grendel Hunter complete 16" upper
-spec was a Satern barrel, but which chamber I don't remember
-VG-6 .30cal muzzle break

Anderson Lower
-CMMG parts kit
-Larue MBT-2S trigger
-Larue A-Peg grip
-ATI milspec buffer tube
-Magpul CTR stock
-Geissele Super-42 buffer and spring
-KNS anti-rotation pins

I currently have a PA 4-14x44 SLx with R-grid reticle in an Aero mount.
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Link Posted: 4/26/2021 8:45:51 AM EST
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I love my Grendel.

2015 Grendel Hunter complete 16" upper
-spec was a Satern barrel, but which chamber I don't remember
-VG-6 .30cal muzzle break

Anderson Lower
-CMMG parts kit
-Larue MBT-2S trigger
-Larue A-Peg grip
-ATI milspec buffer tube
-Magpul CTR stock
-Geissele Super-42 buffer and spring
-KNS anti-rotation pins

I currently have a PA 4-14x44 SLx with R-grid reticle in an Aero mount.
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That build is just begging for NV or Thermal.
Link Posted: 4/28/2021 11:07:12 AM EST
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That build is just begging for NV or Thermal.
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So true.

I'm just starting to get into NV stuff and I've been thinking of swapping a thermal on the Grendel.  

My priority is getting my 5.56 guns setup for night vision.
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That build is just begging for NV or Thermal.
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Heard someone call my name.

Link Posted: 5/5/2021 7:54:12 PM EST
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Heard someone call my name.

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Originally Posted By sparkyD:

That build is just begging for NV or Thermal.

Heard someone call my name.

https://i.imgur.com/Ag7fat0.jpg

Now that build has Cool Factor!
Link Posted: 5/25/2021 5:50:54 PM EST
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Heard someone call my name.

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@ThisWildAdventure
Are there any issues running your mini red dot that far forward?  I want to put one on my new build because it has a 6-24 scope on it and need something for closer shots.  I've never seen one mounted that far up before.
Link Posted: 5/25/2021 6:35:31 PM EST
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@ThisWildAdventure
Are there any issues running your mini red dot that far forward?  I want to put one on my new build because it has a 6-24 scope on it and need something for closer shots.  I've never seen one mounted that far up before.
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Zero issues here. The Thermion takes up so much rail real estate that this is the only place on a 10 inch rail for it to go. I use it for the infrequent but not unheard-of CQB hog.
Link Posted: 5/25/2021 9:35:01 PM EST
[Last Edit: KTM300XCW] [#50]
Great looking rifles in this thread.

I am about to start my first 6.5 build and wanted to ask you guys what barrel length to go with for decent ballistics. I was thinking 16" but see many shorter barrels in here. If I go shorter than 16" how much do I give up?

Also, who are considered the top tier barrel manufacturers for the 6.5? I am willing to wait for the right barrel/bolt combo.

Also, I heard that finding reliable mags for the 6.5 is a bitch. What mags are you guys running that are reliable?

Thanks!

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