I recently acquired a MR762A1 and I’m wondering what others have done to successfully lighten the front end. I have seen references to barrel reprofiling and dimpling as well as switching hand guards. Ideally, I’d like to keep the HK hand guards. So, what’s the best way to drop some weight without shortening the barrel or losing accuracy? What about fluting?
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Don't re-profile the barrel....you will destroy the harmonics
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Last edited by bystok; 04-17-2020 at 03:59 AM.
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Uh oh. I haven’t even put my bipod and suppressor on yet!
It’s a fantastic rifle but it’s a beast. I’m no lightweight, but I don’t relish the thought of humping it through the deer woods, or worse yet, after elk, but bench shooting gets old fast.
Good advice. Thanks.
Sweet rifles, guys!
Work out more, with a concentration on the arms!!!