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    Pics of my completed pencil barreled middy from BCM. Upper and BCG are BCM, lower is PSA, optic is an Aimpoint Pro, Magpul MBUS, RRA charging handle and hand guards, Elzetta ZFH1500 flashlight mount, and Streamlight Polytac LED light (with modified tail cap spring). Shown next to my stock Colt 6920 in the first pic for comparison. Also of note, with the pencil barrel my BCM build with all accessories shown is only 7.92oz heavier then my Colt, with the Colt weighing 7.23lbs, and the BCM weighing 6.55lbs w/no accessories, and 7.725lbs with accessories. The weights listed assume each gun is using an empty Magpul Pmag.

    The gun has a little over a thousand rounds through it now after completing a local basics class. Everything has functioned flawlessly to date, although the light mount and light have only seen a couple hundred rounds, so too early for a verdict on that combo. Total cost for all components was $1386. If the PSA patrol combo was on sale when I was building this I may have jumped on that instead (after tax and shipping the cost wouldn't have been too much lower), but I really enjoy the mid length system and that was what I wanted.

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    Nice!
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    Sweet! I'm planning to pick up an EBR soon so thanks for the ideas!
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    Here's a few:
    Top is Rock River Arms DCA National Match 20" bbl
    Bottom is Rock River Arms A2 Varminter 24" bbl with a 6.5x20x50 Zeiss Conquest (Mil-dot) sitting on a LaRue Tactical QD scope mount.

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    Can you comment on the relative accuracy of the 'pencil barrel' AR vs the 6920?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gasmitty View Post
    Can you comment on the relative accuracy of the 'pencil barrel' AR vs the 6920?
    I have noticed no difference in accuracy. I shoot in the desert off a camp table using the cheapest ammo possible. I zero each gun at 50 yards and both can do sub moa at that distance when I'm on my game, and both can hit a 9" paper plate at 200 yards without magnification. That's the extent of my accuracy testing. From that point I move on to drills and general plinking. I would imagine if the pencil barrel saw a large quantity of sustained fire that it would become less accurate more quickly than the 6920, but I don't know that from experience.

    My guess would be that even at a real range using a bench rest you would see no difference in either of my setups. Same quality barrels, non free floated rail exc. exc.

    Edit: Often at 50 yards all I can do is a one inch group, but that's generally about as large as it gets.
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    Lookin real good OP! And kudos for seeking training.

    Down the road you might grow to regret that light placement, 6 o'clock is less than ideal IMO. YMMV.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gasmitty View Post
    Can you comment on the relative accuracy of the 'pencil barrel' AR vs the 6920?
    gasmitty,

    It's not exactly what you asked for, but this link evaluates a DD lightweight barrel and it's accuracy. The pictures are gone, but his write up is good and he has video shooting over 700 yards. Evaluating Daniel Defense's 14.5" CHF LW 5.56 barrel... - M4Carbine.net Forums
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    I had both a 6921 and 6720 a couple years back. When my 6720 got hot, groups would open quite a bit, though it was still sufficient for my uses. I shoot ten inch groups when I test for accuracy. I do it quickly as well so I can see how the rifle performs for my needs. The 6720 typically have be about a 25% reduction in accuracy. That's a very rough estimate.
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    We have a Colt AR 15, but I really want one of these:



    KittyRifle.jpg HELLLLO KITTY!!!
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    What in gods name...
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    Quote Originally Posted by munch520 View Post
    Lookin real good OP! And kudos for seeking training.

    Down the road you might grow to regret that light placement, 6 o'clock is less than ideal IMO. YMMV.
    You are probably right, but to be honest I just like the way it looks and how easy the activation position is. It's a quality mount and I like to support Elzetta when I can, probably will get one of their lights soon too. I will continue to evaluate it as I use it though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spirit51 View Post
    We have a Colt AR 15, but I really want one of these:



    KittyRifle.jpg HELLLLO KITTY!!!
    At least you'll never have to worry about anyone stealing it

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    Walmart had a lot of AR pron yesterday. I was on the rode need some stuff to wash the bugs off my bike. Stopped in a walmart near Thoma WI.
    They had a large case of full of them Colt 6920 $1097, bushy's and others

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