Finally breaking this picture out, been sitting on it for months.
LaRue Tactical 7.62 PredatOBR w/ quick change barrel
LaRue Tactical APEG grip
LaRue Tactical RAT stock
Aimpoint T1 optic
Really trick setup. I don’t have a personal need for the quick swap barrel and total breakdown functionality, but it’s tough not to want one after seeing it in the flesh. High probability of a Ballistic.US shirt based on this rifle in the future.
At the beginning of September, I got a call from Uncle D about heading out to the secret spot at my grandfather’s place. I don’t think we have been shooting together once this year, we usually make it a few times per year. My oldest had literally mentioned getting together with Uncle D just a few days earlier, so it appeared fate was with us. Uncle D mentioned that he had a friend with an unfired EDM rifle, which has a (CA registered, for those will ill intentions among us) .50 BMG barrel & bolt, as well as .408 Cheytac and .338 Lapua barrels & bolt- if I recall correctly, the .408 & .338 share bolts. Bring him on out!
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Sweet duo of 7.62 & 5.56 LaRue Tactical PredatARs with ACOGs, Surefire muzzle brakes, LT index clips, GAPs, handstops, & APEG grips. The 5.56 has a LT RAT stock, the 7.62 a MagPul CTR.
Here’s a nice little shot of a Southern California LaRue Tactical Costa Edition. Wasn’t but a few years ago it was said that Californians would never own a LaRue rifle. My how things change.
After quite a bit of demand and plenty of whining on their ar15.com industry forum, Magpul have announced the release of two new colors: Stealth Gray and Pink. Just in time for Christmas, I suppose.
Mark Fingar has posted pictures of the new LaRue A-PEG on the LaRue industy forum at AR15.com. It will be available in all your your favorite colors, including LaRue’s proprietary UDE. It looks to be a hard, aggressively textured grip, uniquely contoured compared to the other grips available. Perhaps slightly reminiscent of the finger shelf on the Sierra Precision grip, but really unlike anything else I’ve seen. According to mfingar, they will be available “very soon.”
For more pictures, visit the LaRue industry forum: http://www.ar15.com/forums/t_2_219/218610_GET_A_GRIP.html