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    Default WTB: MR556 competition or SD version

    Do you a competition model or complete upper just sitting in the safe?
    Maybe turn it into cash.
    I am also interested in the SD model of either the MR556 or MR762
    Contact me w/ what you have.
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    Still casually looking

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    Thanks looking for SD model (with OSS suppressor) or competition model.

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    An upper would be okay

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    Sperling PE,

    The main thing that makes the Competition what it is comes from the LOWER. The upper is a normal MR556 BUT it has a longer forearm (14"+ vs the 9 ") and it has a different brake made by OSS. THAT IS THE ONLY difference between a normal MR556 upper vs the CR556 upper.

    The lower IS a bit different with the trigger group being the main biggie.


    I COULD be mistaken, but I believe what MAKES the SD, the SD is the supressor made to spin on the end in place of the regular brake. But I could be wrong, others will correct me.
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