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Aero upper, lower & 9 1/4" hand guard
Rock River,Hard chrome BCG & safety selector
Geissele SSA-E trigger
Magpul stock, grip & bolt release
Bravo BCM extended charging handle
.936 low rail gas block
Sampson HK style buis
EO Tech EXPS3-0

The barrel, made by Tony's Custom AR Uppers in Ohio, to my specs: SS, 16" mid length gas, 1/8 Wylde chamber, H-bar profile with fluting, .936 gas journal, The 3 gill comp you see is machined right into the barrel. I glass beaded and polished it myself to save $$$.

I had Branson Cerakote in Missouri, make me the stencils for my design, that I applied with Cerakote ceramic finish.

SORRY ABOUT THE SHORT MAG! I live in The Socialist State of New Jersey.... It's ok.... I can re-load very fast ;)

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This is my most favoritist AR on the planet, my beloved Springfield Armory SAINT. I bought her stock with the A2 sight and decided she needed couple of upgrades! ACE Collapsible Stock, LAWS Tactical Folding Stock Adapter, Fostech Echo II Binary Trigger, NibX Bolt Carrier Group, Yankee Hill Machine Todd Jarrett Free Float Handguard, Dolos Quick Detach Barrel System (check out the other pix), CV-Life Bipod, Noveske Fire Pig Muzzle Device, Leapers UTG Accu-Shot Prismatic Rifle Scope 4x32 T4 36 Color Mil-D. I get lots of grins at the range running the Binary Trigger!!! :love:

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Really like what you have done. I have an American Resistance Pistol in 9mm that has the laws and dolos attachments as well as the Fostech Gen II Binary Trigger and I love it. Since buying mine, American Resistance Gear has abandoned the Dolos system for a new system I like much better but, to late now for me. However, I still like my setup. If you get a chance, check out americanresistancegear.com/
 

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I just finished my Colt about two months ago. It took give or take 5 years to get it done completely. Bought the rifle in July of 2015. Colt LE6920 SOCOM M4A1. It is my pride and joy...lol

- Colt LE6920 SOCOM upper and lower. Manufactured in September of 2013, purchased on July 3rd, 2015.
- Colt SOCOM Heavy Barrel
- Yankee Hill YHM-28 5C1 Comp/Flash Hider
- Bravo Company Manufacturing Gunfighter 12.62" Free Floated Quad Rail
- Bravo Company Manufacturing Gunfighter Ambidextrous 3x3 Charging Handle
- Bravo Company Manufacturing .750 Low Profile Gas Block
- Meprolight FRBS Flip-Up Tritium Back-Up Front and Rear Sights
- Sig Sauer Romeo 5XDR Red Dot Optic
- American Defense Manufacturing AD-T1-L Quick Detach Mount For the Sig Sauer Romeo 5XDR
- Sig Sauer Juliet 4x Magnifier
- Crimson Trace CWL-102 LED Tac Flashlight With Velcro Straps and Pressure Pad
- Larue Tactical Index Clips
- Hogue Overmolded Mil-Spec Collapsible Buttstock (Black)
- Hogue Overmolded Rubber Gun Grip (Black)
- Colt MK18 6-Position Receiver Extension (Replaces the Stock 4-Position Receiver Extension)
- Colt Stock Mil-Spec Trigger
- Colt Stock Ambidextrous Safety
- Colt H2 Buffer Spring Assembly
- Magpul MIAD Winter Trigger Guard
- Armageddon Gear Carbine Sling with QD Mounts

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I just finished my Colt about two months ago. It took give or take 5 years to get it done completely. Bought the rifle in July of 2015. Colt LE6920 SOCOM M4A1. It is my pride and joy...lol

- Colt LE6920 SOCOM upper and lower. Manufactured in September of 2013, purchased on July 3rd, 2015.
- Colt SOCOM Heavy Barrel
- Yankee Hill YHM-28 5C1 Comp/Flash Hider
- Bravo Company Manufacturing Gunfighter 12.62" Free Floated Quad Rail
- Bravo Company Manufacturing Gunfighter Ambidextrous 3x3 Charging Handle
- Bravo Company Manufacturing .750 Low Profile Gas Block
- Meprolight FRBS Flip-Up Tritium Back-Up Front and Rear Sights
- Sig Sauer Romeo 5XDR Red Dot Optic
- American Defense Manufacturing AD-T1-L Quick Detach Mount For the Sig Sauer Romeo 5XDR
- Sig Sauer Juliet 4x Magnifier
- Crimson Trace CWL-102 LED Tac Flashlight With Velcro Straps and Pressure Pad
- Larue Tactical Index Clips
- Hogue Overmolded Mil-Spec Collapsible Buttstock (Black)
- Hogue Overmolded Rubber Gun Grip (Black)
- Colt MK18 6-Position Receiver Extension (Replaces the Stock 4-Position Receiver Extension)
- Colt Stock Mil-Spec Trigger
- Colt Stock Ambidextrous Safety
- Colt H2 Buffer Spring Assembly
- Magpul MIAD Winter Trigger Guard
- Armageddon Gear Carbine Sling with QD Mounts

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Total cost?
 
Doesn't take long for it too add up, but nice looking though!
LOL, no sir, it definitely does not take long at all. Thanks you for the compliment. It was my first AR, I've wanted a Colt "M16" type rifle ever since I was a kid and saw them on TV, just took a while longer to be able to buy one..lol
 
Nice rifle @ghosttwofive. How does it shoot for you?
Thank you sir. It's just about impossible to miss with it. I have very bad eyesight so the rifle has been set up with particular attention to easy target acquisition. That is the main reason I got rid of my Eotech and went with the Sig optics set up. The Romeo 5XDR has almost exactly the same reticle as the Eotech does except it's clear and crisp to the point it almost looks HD in quality. The Eotech was very fuzzy to me, I have astigmatisms in both eyes, and it just kept getting worse as I get older. The Sig red dot/4x magnifier is VERY clear. I have the optics zeroed at 50 yards so anything from directly in front of me out to 200 yards is just point and shoot. Sub 2-inch groups from 50 yards (from a rest of course) all day long. It's very accurate, much more so because of the equipment than these 47-year tired old eyes...lol
 
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