terryh Posted October 31, 2016 Report Share Posted October 31, 2016 While visiting a friend in the US I had chance to 'play' with the current USMC SWS the M40 A5 Basic as issued build spec. and associated kit Remington 700 Short Action, Trued up with lugs lapped Chambered in 308Win/7.62 Nato Match Action slotted to USMC M40A3 Specs Correct Remington Precision Rifle Trigger-Custom shop Heavy ground recoil lug to Spec. USMC 30 MOA Lugged Base 25 inch USMC Spec. 1-12 twist, 6 groove, Stainless barrel 1.200 for 4-inch straight taper, contoured to .749" for adapter Surefire Comp/Suppressor Adapter model MB762SSAL/RE McMillan A4 Stock, Sniper Fill, Adjustable Saddle Cheek, Spacer System LOP adjustment, O.D. Green molded-in color. 1 Stud, 6 Flush Cups PGW PVS-22 Night Vision Mount mounted in Stock TIS Slip Cuff Contract Sling, Coyote Brown with Correct Swivels 7075 Alloy Pillar Bedded in Marinetex Badger M5 DBM Trigger guard with one 5rd magazine Badger Ordnance Steel Rings, USMC Spec 34mm Remington trigger tuned to 2.5pounds Matte Black Finish Scope: Schmidt & Bender 3-12x50 Police Marksman II LP scope (ret: Gen 2 Mildot https://armament.com/sites/default/files/training/HowToGen2.pdf ) Bipod: Harris Suppressor :Surefire FA762SS Nightvision: https://tnvc.com/shop/muns-anpvs-27-magnum-universal-night-sight/ Shot the rifle in daylight on some steels at a 'pedestrian' 430 yards, function and feel of the whole package is very nice, everything is sorted. Used the rifle again at night and I was really impressed with the PVS-27, with minimal setting up for my eyes (compared to the owners) the picture was very sharp and satisfying to hit the steel in total darkness and see it all happen. T Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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