Seekins Precision entered the .308 Winchester/7.62mm AR game by producing one of the most accurate rifles in its class, the SP10. This rifle is lightweight, accurate and brings features normally reserved for custom rifles, including fully ambidextrous controls, a proprietary buffer system and Seekins Precision’s proven SPR3 handguard.
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Flat on the bottom, this handguard offers a solid platform on barricades, fences or other obstacles. Shortly after its release, shooters began clamoring for the same rifle in 6.5 Creedmoor, and Seekins Precision has come through.
The Seekins Precision SP10 in 6.5 Creedmoor utilizes the same upper and lower receivers, well-placed controls and KeyMod-compatible SP3R handguard. The stock is a Magpul PRS unit. Other enhancements include Seekins Precision’s adjustable gas block, which is attached to a rifle-length gas system and a 22-inch, stainless steel, match-grade barrel. Fluted from the receiver to the gas block journal, the barrel is lightweight and well balanced. The lower sports a CMC trigger that provides for the best possible accuracy.
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Watch the short video to see me put the SP10 in 6.5 Creedmoor through its paces in several configurations using the Steiner M5Xi Military 5-25x56mm scope, and keep your eyes peeled for a full review in an upcoming issue of SPECIAL WEAPONS. To subscribe, visit harristacticalstore.com.
For more information on the Seekins Precision SP10, please visit SeekinsPrecision.com.
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