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Seekins Precision has established a reputation for making some of the finest AR receivers and parts available. Many custom builders choose the company’s receiver sets, handguards and parts to complete their custom builds.

Seekins’ innovative designs remain useful while providing a really nice and professional look.

When the company started building complete rifles, its attention to detail and high quality produced some of the finest AR-platform rifles on the market. I’ve tested a few of Seekins’ 5.56mm rifles along with an SBR in 300 Blackout, and they have proven to be excellent. It was really only a matter of time before Seekins Precision introduced a .308 Winchester/7.62mm NATO AR, and now the SP10 has arrived.

For the SP10, Seekins starts with upper and lower receivers that are CNC machined from a billet of 7075-T6 aluminum. These receivers are lightweight and strong, and Seekins adds its ambidextrous magazine and bolt releases.

The company’s new 60-degree ambidextrous safety selector is also included. Surrounding the 18-inch, match-grade, stainless steel barrel is the company’s SP3Rv3 handguard, which has a flat bottom that facilitates shooting from barricades, bags or other supports. The tuned, 3.5-pound trigger wrings the best possible accuracy from the system.

Finally, Seekins Precision’s proprietary buffer system houses a carbine-length buffer, ensuring a compact size with soft and reliable operation.

Watch my short video to see me put the SP10 through its paces as both an optics-equipped precision rifle and a patrol rifle utilizing a state-of-the-art Trijicon SRS. And keep your eyes peeled for a full review in an upcoming issue of SPECIAL WEAPONS FOR MILITARY & POLICETo subscribe, visit Tactical-life.com/subscribe.

For more information on products from Seekins Precision, please visit SeekinsPrecision.com.

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