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Thread: New NR R18MK2 from Sterling

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ceiferiro View Post
    Did sterling ever make complete SAI rifles or just the receiver sets ?
    If they did and anyone here happens to have one In curious on what the build quality was like
    One inferiority was that it was made of 6061 aluminum instead of the 7075 that it's competitor used.

    However a normal 180 design has the bolt carrier riding on two steel rods, so it's wear characteristics would be different from an AR15 where the BCG and cam pin contacts the receiver itself.
    Last edited by PinaKaleada; 11-05-2021 at 02:33 PM.
    I want you to be pleased with your purchase, so do not hesitate one bit to ask questions before purchase! If we do decide to go forward with payment, I assume that you are satisfied with all info provided before payment. This is a polite as-is disclaimer.

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    The SAI TSR was never sold as a complete rifle afaik
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    No problems with SAI TSR. Good quality set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinaKaleada View Post
    I tried to make it as sarcastic as possible without being too obvious lol.

    Anyway interested to know the MSRP, hopefully itís lower than 2.5k!

    An accelerated durability test would be great too. 1-2k round burn no cleaning would say a lot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ceiferiro View Post
    Did sterling ever make complete SAI rifles or just the receiver sets ?
    If they did and anyone here happens to have one In curious on what the build quality was like
    I had a complete SAI in .308. It was very well-manufactured, with machining on par with any higher-end AR15. I sold it prior to the OIC drop, but had zero complaints. It was 6061 aluminum, but I detected no undue nor accelerated wear and tear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ceiferiro View Post
    Oh, Id like that, a 1913 to mount an MCX folding stock would be nice
    You mean like this??? Yup - we are all set for the range on Sunday. Part 1 of my Review (Background and Pre-Fire Impressions) will drop tomorrow morning. Part 2 (Live Fire Reliability and Accuracy Results) will be published Monday or Tuesday at the latest.


    Last edited by Bartok5; 11-05-2021 at 05:40 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Canmoremike View Post
    The SAI TSR was never sold as a complete rifle afaik
    The .308 was sold as a complete rifle. I bought one and liked it well enough.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bartok5 View Post
    You mean like this??? Yup - we are all set for the range on Sunday. Part 1 of my Review (Background and Pre-Fire Impressions) will drop tomorrow morning. Part 2 (Live Fire Reliability and Accuracy Results) will be published Monday or Tuesday at the latest.


    Okay thats pretty nice

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    Oh that’s more like it. I have been waiting for a rifle id withdraw funds from an RRSP for…. lolol. That kinda rifle you want bad enough, you will pay extra income tax to have.
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    Can't wait to get my grubby mits on this.

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