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    M+M M10x & ATRS Modern Sporter: Interesting Findings!

    Well, we recently had the closest thing to a non-res AR come through the office, alongside the closest thing to a non-res AK on hand as well. One impressed... one didn't.

    The ATRS gun is exactly as advertised. In use, it's very familiar, and we didn't have any surprises when we built it.

    The M10x on the other hand was pretty surprising. We got some pretty middling accuracy results, and when we saw that we dug into it and found the outer and inner receivers were able to shift ever so slightly, meaning the part your optic was attached to and the part the bullet came out of can shift during firing. That's a pretty bog faux pas on a rifle marketed as a DMR.

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    but dat dmr safety tho
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    Quote Originally Posted by lone-wolf View Post
    but dat dmr safety tho
    I know, right. It's amazing that the safety alone can't overpower the weird receiver design and inherently very non-DMR round it's chambered in to make it a viable DMR... but alas, not even the DMR safety can accomplish so much.
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    What components were used, please

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    Quote Originally Posted by WSA View Post
    What components were used, please
    What do you mean?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Calibre View Post
    What do you mean?
    Parts used on the ATRS, I think he means. That'd be my question anyway.

    The M&M though... Looks overpriced at what it was supposed to sell for before some folks saw it as a license to print money. So innovative that it can't keep its sights true...
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    If memory serves the M+M M10x had a rough start getting here. Wanstalls had a pre-sale for approx $1500 then was sent to North Sylvia instead for $2000. I can't recall if Wanstalls actually were able to get the rifles and send them to people for the promised $1500 or if they got bumped to $2000 or whether they had to cancel the all the pre-orders. Either way, controversy.

    Personally I'd rather the ATRS over the M10x. Visually the ATRS just looks nicer. Plus being "not-an-AR" and using virtually all the parts of one gives it so much more flexibility in looks.

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    Thanks for the review... the BCL Badger is claiming 1 MOA accuracy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calibre View Post
    What do you mean?
    What were The components you used to assemble the ATRS rifle?

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    What barrel on the ATRS?
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