Can anyone identify this AR-15 or its components?

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  1. rjvblanchard

    rjvblanchard
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    I'm new to the AR-15 world... learning what I can. I like the look of this AR, just curious what it is, who makes it, or what furniture is on it.

    I think I recognize a magpul mag??

    Any info would be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks,
    rB

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  2. hatchj

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    I'm curious myself now that I couldn't find an answer. I don't recognize the lower and from that picture, I can't see if there's any branding rolled into it.
    It's magpul'd out, other than that, I have no clue
     
  3. JV100

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    I'd call it about $2600.. Looks pricey lol..
     
  4. t.huynh

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    All the furniture is magpul.

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  5. wayoutwest

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    all the furniture is Magpul (UBR stock, Pmag, MOE handguard, MAID (?) grip), BAD lever, upper/lower both look billet, maybe Mega....barrel is short so an SBR....looks nice, I like it..

    Where is the picture from?
     
  6. lazerblazer

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    Could be one of those old magpul billet receivers? I don't remember too much about them just seeing a few on other forums.

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  7. dusty

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    50 cal? shotty?...muzzle device has a large hole int it...
     
  8. HahnsXD

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    To add to this. The muzzle device is a Hera linear compensator, the receivers are also by Hera. Here's a high resolution copy http://www.hera-arms.in.th/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/Comp-04.jpg

    That covers everything I think.
     
  9. jbett98

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    Nice, very clean looking. I would like to own one.
     
  10. wayoutwest

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  11. FarmerTed1971

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    Sexy. Wonder if its 300BLK....
     
  12. rjvblanchard

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    Thanks so much guys! It looks like the HERA Arms lower & linear compensator is tough to come by in the states... anyone have any ideas? Magpul furniture I recognized after going to their website.
     
  13. wayoutwest

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    HERA Linear Compensator
     
  14. bzltyr

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    Nice AR
     
  15. jbett98

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    Reviving this thread because I don't know how to create a link.
     
  16. Gaucho Gringo

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    Does nothing for me. Now a nice Winchester 1866, 1873 or 1892 those I would get excited over.
     

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