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Old 11-07-2015, 07:05 PM   #11 (permalink)
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My buffer tube is 6061. Not sure how it stacks up. But i don't plan on bashing the gun.

I used my SSr at the field today. We had to chrony down to 265 . I had to re familiarize myself with it traveling that slow. I got a total of 3 eliminations using fsr and am happy with them despite the massive chrony limitation.

Even took a little spill. It kept trucking. I'm happy with this rifle I gotta say. I'll hit another field that lets me shoot at 300 and I'll have another report back.


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Old 11-07-2015, 08:10 PM   #12 (permalink)
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265 fps. might as well be shooting nerf guns. Guess we better not be saying that to loud.
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Old 11-15-2015, 09:47 PM   #13 (permalink)
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The biggest difference I have seen with 6061 vs 7075 is for thread wear. 7075 is better at not shearing and premature wear in a thread but as far as actual strength goes, the difference is marginal really. If your gonna break a 6061 buffer tube, a 7075 will also break. 7075 just deals with friction better.

Great looking rifles so far guys, I especially dig the CQB SSR, nice work BOS!
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Old 11-19-2015, 03:57 PM   #14 (permalink)
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What riser and scope is that? How's it treating you?

sights/optics are pretty much the last thing I need to finish my SSR, but I'm clueless on this.
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Old 11-19-2015, 04:09 PM   #15 (permalink)
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Tiberius scope with a 4X fixed zoom and Tiberius adjustable riser. It gets the job done. The eye relief is small on the scope, I have to bring my mask almost right on the scope to get a sight picture.


I'm saving a bit for a smaller riser and an HHA adjustable riser. I was checking out reviews and such and it seems to match this platform quite well. The wheel tapes will help accommodate for the FPS of the round you're using.

Some people rave about hawke optics too. I may get the crossbow one with the marked ranges in the crosshairs. Should make for better compensation on the fly, rather than just dots on a line in the Tiberius scope.

Those products I'm hoping to get cost a lot more than the Tiberius ones I own which can be had for considerably less money. I don't have a lot of trigger time as others do, but I will say if you want to just get shooting then find what you like at reasonable prices like the Tiberius parts. Bill posted a link with super affordable risers as well.


The downside to only two magazines right now is finding a nice quiet spot to refill when I'm not handloading on the fly.

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Oh man those Hawke scopes look like they might be perfect; thanks! Still many to choose from.

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This looks like a pretty good buy. I have never bought from them before but,I'll take a $100 chance. The thing to watch for is the information they give you about the product. This site specifically calls out 7075 (this is good) as the material it's made from. Plus it's made in the USA.(stated in one of the reviews)

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Bill, I bought this based on your post, and it's real nice. Plus I bought their adjustable butt stock and the combo is perfect. Pics soon!
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I think I will pick up a couple of them. Just the tube alone is $25 in other brands. You get the nut,plate,spring/buffer as a bonus.
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After all the testing which barrel, length, and bore size did you find to work the best regardless of price.
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Old 12-04-2015, 03:21 PM   #20 (permalink)
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Everyone has their preference for that specifically. I ran with a 14" hammerhead and an m50 tip, because that tip looks nice. I sort of want a 16" barrel because the 14" seems a bit short for my setup.

I chose hammerhead because the inner diameter accommodated the fsr a little better. I hear the lapco ones can run a bit tight. 683 or so? I think the ID for hammerheads was 686 at the bore, and 688 at the rifling. I could be wrong. I've yet to use the hammerhead adapter Bill has supplied as I've been using a 686 sizer.
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