MVP PICS

Discussion in 'Mossberg MVP Rifle General Discussion' started by RRatedArmory, Mar 19, 2012.

  1. wood chucker Moderator

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    Going for ? heck you NAILED it !
  2. ffmf2101 New Member

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    My MVP build!

    .223 FLEX
    Extended mag release
    Trigger guard (thanks Rob)
    Luth AR stock
    Vortex crossfire II 6-18x44
    Compensator

    What do you think?
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  3. wood chucker Moderator

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  4. Moose250f Member

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    My Mossberg MVP Predator 5.56 Nato

    Vortex Viper 6.5x20x44mm with sunshade
    EGW 0MOA one piece rail
    Badger oversized tactical bolt knob
    Cross Hair Precision trigger guard
    Recoil lug glass bedded
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  5. Misfit13 Member

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    Very nice....
  6. mephed New Member

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    5.56 talo
    primary arms 4-16
    brake I found at a gun show I assume its a knock off not a real smith ent. good iron
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  7. wood chucker Moderator

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    Heck of an entry post mephed !

    Welcome to the boards !
  8. Misfit13 Member

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    Which rear sight did you use?
  9. wood chucker Moderator

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    Williams WGRS 700 ghost ring rear sight
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    Thanks Chuck!
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    So now this has me thinking. I'm usually one to think of off-the-wall crap that probably wouldn't be practical and may not even work.

    Would it be possible to place a rail section on place that isn't covered by the Williams sight and use a QD cantilever mount of some sort to mount a scope from that rail section? The overall idea being that I get a much better sight radius than the irons on my 5.56 patrol.
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  12. Ri22o New Member

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    20" Mossberg MVP Predator in 5.56
    MDT LSS Chassis in FDE
    Trijicon Accupoint 3-9x40, mildot reticle
    Hogue Grip
    ODIN Works extended magazine release
    Anderson Manufacturing mil-spec buffer tube and castle nut
    Magpul MOE mil-spec stock in FDE
    Harris Bi-pod


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  13. wood chucker Moderator

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    Yes no yes.

    Yes you can have both a rail and a WGRS but not with out a little whittling on both and yes the cantilever scope mounts work for those who tend to "choke up" on the stock.
  14. wood chucker Moderator

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    This kind of describes what needs doing

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  16. Ri22o New Member

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    Shows up fine for me.
  17. BakonShoot Member

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    Here's my MVP LR as purchased in June. I'm embarrassed to say I haven't had a chance to try it out yet, due to a lack of reasonable cost longer ranges near home. I'm getting desperate though, so the 75yd. indoor range 20 miles away that costs $15/day may be my first best hope.

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    List of stuff I've added:
    Levang Linear comp
    Cheapo Caldwell bipod
    Cheapo Centerpoint 4-16x40 scope

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    (please excuse the crappy phone pic)

    Stuff I still need to and will do ASAP:
    CHP extended mag release
    CHP trigger guard
    Better glass

    Stuff I hope to one day do in the not-too-distant future:
    24" barrel w/ threaded muzzle, fluted or not
    Adjustable recoil pad
    Possibly a metal mag-well

    When I first became aware of the MVP models and the LR in particular, it had apparently only been available for a short time. I was hooked on the idea of an adjustable target-ish stock. With the rings that happened to already be on the scope I had laying around, it's great to be able to look right down the center of the glass with a good cheek-weld. However, as you can see, those same rings leave a lot of room under the scope's objective bell, so I'm getting some lower rings for it. Now, if those shorter rings bring the scope down far enough that I don't end up needing the adjustable comb, I'm really gonna be pissed-- coulda saved money and just gotten a nice Varmint. ;^D, Just kidding-- the look and feel of the LR stock and bolt make me smile. After cleaning it and moly-ing the bolt a little, it feeds and ejects noticeably smoother running a half-dozen .223 snap-caps through, than when it came out of the box, though it's still a little touchy as to how I work the bolt.

    I'm no expert, but the trigger out of the box was one of the nicest that I've tried, and after moly-ing sear contact surfaces, it feels darn good to me, so I won't look to upgrade to a better trigger unit until the such time as that might become a limiting factor (in my case, that's not likely to ever be a limiting factor). I'm sure some range time will make things work smoother as well. I'm reeeeeally looking forward to getting this thing out on a range.

    Bryan
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  18. Keith Moderator

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    Nice looking rifle. Don't feel bad. I haven't gotten too much shooting done myself. I'm still playing catch up on the "to do" list and almost none of them are quick and easy projects. :eek:
  19. Moose250f Member

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    Nice Rifle. At least you can sight in in at 75 yards. and any shootin is better than no shootin. ;)
  20. BakonShoot Member

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    Thanks, guys. And Moose, you're absolutely right. I guess I just need to take a day off in the middle of the next week or two when the range might not be as crowded, pay my $15 down and at least put the LR and the also-unfired AR build on paper.

    Bryan

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