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I’ll start it off with a couple of my favorites.



 
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My Mega Arms 308 creations:

 
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My only 2, with some of a buddy's

Far left & 2nd right are mine




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Top: My 600 yard rifle. Krieger 18" 1:7, Aero Precision upper and handguard, Bushmaster lower w/ Geissele HS NM trigger and A1 stock, Vortex Viper PST 5-25x on a Bobro mount, YHM Turbo T2 on YHM flashhider QD mount, Atlas bipod.
Middle: Brownells M16-E1 clone, 20" 1:12.
Bottom: Spike's M4LE 16" 1:7 carbine (RR lower), ALS ACT trigger, Sig Romeo5 RDS, Magpul F/R BUIS, Streamlight ProTac HL-X light, same YHM flashhider QD mount.

The Krieger barrel is from Compass Lake and has their .223 CLE match chamber, the others are standard 5.56mm.

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No pics here, but the old-school CAR-15 was always my favorite.

And although I’ve never been around one, the Steyr AUG is my favorite non AR platform - simply from an aesthetic point.
 
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I wish I still had this one.
Imbel FAL with a South African Para lower and Aussie handguards.


Not a favorite but I do seem to shoot it the most.
 
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I don’t seem to have any luck with picture hosting services, but my favorite evil rifles are fairly bland. Standard block 1 or 2 configuration fighting rifles. URGI style upper here and there.

Well executed fighting rifles.




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We still had M16A1 when I was in service. When I switched from rifleman to 60mm gunner I turned the M16 in for a 1911 and a M224 60mm Mortar.

I have a safe all for AR pattern rifles. Nothing especially nice. All a mix of Colt uppers, PSA uppers, an Sig M400 upper perched upon asst lowers. I considered a PCC thread or including them but with the brace hubbub I didn’t think it wise.
 
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I’ll start it off with a couple of my favorites.





Man, I’ve been fighting the urge to pic up an AUG A3 M1, you’re not helping.



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Top: Bushmaster (Pre-Rem) M16A4gery.
Middle: BCM M4A1gery with Mk18A1 upper added after getting the stamp.
Bottom: SiG 556. Too bad SiGUSA never gave the
rifle a proper chance to succeed.


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For fun, I like to shoot a lot of older wood and steel suff. When it comes to black plastic pratical tools, though, it's hard to beat a basic AR. I have yet to use any platform that offers me significant benefits over the manual of arms and basic DI operating system of the AR15.

If I could only keep 1:



But this one in 9mm is also an excellent range toy:

 
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I’ll start it off with a couple of my favorites.





Man, I’ve been fighting the urge to pic up an AUG A3 M1, you’re not helping.


Ugh, the struggle is real! Sorry. This started off as a white model and a friend did an excellent ceracote job for me in a dark matte grey with Boba Fett. It wears a Corvus Defense brass deflector but wasn’t reinstalled before this picture. The Steiner scope is a prism M332 x3 magnification.I love it on the AUG. Also uses a Ratworx Sear so trigger is a lot better. Highly recommend while you can get them and prices are down. I’ve seen an occasional ne below $1500. NATO model takes AR mags so no brainer for me.
 
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Probably my keepers

SIG P556 & P553


Valmet M62 tube-folder


HK-52 clone


AUG A-2


Mini-14
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CZ Bren805


Bushmaster ACR


Beltfed Colt M16


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My SCAR 17S SBR with a 13" barrel is probably my favorite do-all rifle. Light, compact, and easy to carry on hunts through the thick woods. It's accurate, ergonomic, and easy to suppress. I've dropped many wild pigs with it and regularly shoot it out to 700 yards.



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One's tan not black, and the one with the stainless barrel now has a 5-25x56 scope on it, but here ya go.



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DANG, I'm jealous. Amazing collection,

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Probably my keepers

SIG P556 & P553


Valmet M62 tube-folder


HK-52 clone


AUG A-2


Mini-14
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CZ Bren805


Bushmaster ACR


Beltfed Colt M16


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My faith, my family, my friends, my freedom and my flag" Tony Zinni
 
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I agree that kimberkid's collection is badass, but why must we quote all the pictures?
 
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I'm not sure if favorite is the right word, since they are my only EBRs.



Ruger AR-556, with its "siblings" 22/45 Lite and LCP. Not shown: S&W M&P15-22.
 
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The aren't all exactly "black", but I hope they count!











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