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does anyone have any experience with 50 cal.ar uppers.

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Unread 12-16-2011, 04:58 PM
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does anyone have any experience with 50 cal.ar uppers.

I everyone sorry if this had been talked about before,I can't seem to get the search to work. A friend of mine stoped by today with a harbor safety 50 cal upper that looked pretty neat. Does anyone know if if these type 50s are accurate. I think I might want one if somebody makes a accurate one. Thanks for all the help.
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    Unread 12-17-2011, 08:51 PM
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    Re: does anyone have any experience with 50 cal.ar uppers.

    Nothing man that sucks ,thought somebody might know somthing...
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    Re: does anyone have any experience with 50 cal.ar uppers.

    I have a blackthorne upper and it holds moa at a grand. None of these uppers are going to be super accurate its just the nature of the beast. However it is a fairly easy way into the 50bmg world.
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    Re: does anyone have any experience with 50 cal.ar uppers.

    Thank you Iam going to look into that blackthorn.
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    Unread 12-19-2011, 03:28 PM
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    Re: does anyone have any experience with 50 cal.ar uppers.

    This is what I have.

    ALS 50 BMG upper
    33" Pac-Nor Barrel
    Cal legal lower
    Jard adjustable trigger
    Fiberglass Buttstock

    This thing shoots 1/4 to 1/2 MOA all day long. These uppers hold several FCSA wins in several different classes. This would be my vote, but i'm probably am a little biased
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    Re: does anyone have any experience with 50 cal.ar uppers.

    50BMG Hunter

    Sweet rifle. How do you like that Pac Nor on there? I need a barrel for my next project and am looking hard at them.

    For the OP try the FCSA website, great guys and a ton of info on the uppers.

    Michael
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    Re: does anyone have any experience with 50 cal.ar uppers.

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    50BMG Hunter

    Sweet rifle. How do you like that Pac Nor on there? I need a barrel for my next project and am looking hard at them.

    For the OP try the FCSA website, great guys and a ton of info on the uppers.

    Michael

    I love their barrels. I have three of them on different rifles, they all shoot 1/2 MOA or better and clean out so easy!
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