Greyt pics gator!
Great looking group of our best. That one down-in-front has a unit with some long-range poop, eh?
The SR-25 is expected to bridge the gap between the long-range bolt-action M24 Sniper Weapon System, and the shorter-range M16A2E3 designated marksman rifle and M4A1 carbine.
The M4 carbine differs from the M16A2 rifle only by having a shorter barrel and a telescoped, 4-position buttstock.
Comparison of the SR25, AR10, and Variants
The SR-25, the current production ArmaLite AR-10, and the DPMS LR308(A3) are all similarly based .308 semi-automatic weapons systems. However, there are differences.
The SR-25 does not use a forward assist like the LR308,
but the SR-25, LR308, and original production AR-10 can use the same size magazines. (The current AR-10 uses a modified M14 magazine).
The SR-25 does not use a spring secured firing pin (to prevent accidental firing upon dropping of the weapon) as used in the AR-10. Moreover, the SR-25 uses its own design of recoil spring and synthetic buffer, which is not shared by either the LR308 or the AR10.
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