My .223 Trainer Rifle from

Let’s face it, ammo is expensive. So are barrels! So for a training rifle I built this .223 off of a SPS tactical I found used online. I traded a prize I won at a match for the stock. The stock is a Manners T4 w/ a Mini Chassis that includes the bottom metal. I had the bolt knob installed from a  cert I also won off of a prize table. The mount is by Spuhr, I have them on both of my long range rifle scopes. They have a built in level and are top notch.  The suppressor is the classic AAC Cyclone in .308 I had the .223 threaded in 5/8×24 so I can use it w/ all of my .308/6.5 accessories.  Last but not least is the Harris Bipod. The BRM-S is the standard for long range precision shooters.


The scope.. Well that’s for my match rifle. Kahles k624i  w/ the MSR-K reticle. When RPRifles completes my match build I will put my Leupold Mark 6 3-18×44 scope on the trainer.
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Competitive Longrange Shooter for Team RP Rifles Shooting in the Precision Rifle Series and the TxPRC

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