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Thread: M+M M10x-DMR FDE 18.6" 7.62x39 Non-Restricted

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ustauk View Post
    From the Shooting Illustrated review posted upthread:


    One Canadian manufacturer just released a 7.62 upper with a match-grade barrel compatible with the lower of another manufacturer's more utilitarian rifle. It would be interesting if someone with said platform could test the above theory.
    Match grade ammo? In 7.62x39? Is that even a thing? Lol
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    FDE and $2k price:

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    Comments being deleted again!?!?!?!?

    Serisouly go ask M+M if they can make a lightweight barrel version aswell
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul_1982 View Post
    Curious that they said itís capable of 0.7 moa... single fired only. Once used semi-auto with a mag it opens up to 2Ē then blames the magazine. This review also has the 16.5Ē light barrel on it.

    I would be curious for someone to test that theory of single round firing accuracy Vs with a mag.
    According to the caliber article its best group was like 2.5 MOa and its average was like 4-5".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kratos View Post
    I would assume it has to do with shutting the gas off, meaning the bolt doesnít cycle when fired.

    And why didnít they put FDE furniture on it? Looks a little weird this way.
    I kinda like the two tone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bfiles View Post
    Comments being deleted again!?!?!?!?

    Serisouly go ask M+M if they can make a lightweight barrel version aswell
    This. I like mine but it would be so much better in Non-DMR form. The only way this can be called a DMR is with the gas system off which makes it a straight pull bolt action. Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by bfiles View Post
    Comments being deleted again!?!?!?!?

    Serisouly go ask M+M if they can make a lightweight barrel version aswell
    I know a gunsmith, with his lathe can do wonders on shaving off some weight to make it lightweight at 18.6”.

    He did a almost pencil barrel off those Green Mountain NR ACR Midweight barrels that came out 3 years ago. About $100-120 but I understand paying 2k for a FDE rifle and 2-4moa capable wouldn’t be worth it.
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    What's the deal on the set screw? Is this something that M&M is now doing at the factory level?
    Or is it being done in Canada?
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    Mm is doing it....you can go on there Facebook page and check out the pictures of newly completed rifles on racks and the set screw hole is clearly visible.
    Quote Originally Posted by Can-down View Post
    North Sylva,

    What's the deal on the set screw? Is this something that M&M is now doing at the factory level?
    Or is it being done in Canada?
    We are all so politically correct!!!! its gonna ruin us all......

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