Magpul ubr

Discussion in 'Gear & Accessories' started by malladus, Aug 26, 2008.

  1. malladus

    malladus Active Member

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    So anyone got one? What's your opinion of it so far?

    I'm thinking about using one on a AR build I'm working on and wanted to see what folks think about them in these parts.

    Malladus
     


  2. Shadow 2

    Shadow 2 New Member

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    I would go ctr. The ubr to me is way to heavy on a carbine type weapon. For me the ctr is light and solid. I just dont see how it gets better. Always thought battery compartments on an ar were a great way to add a lot of weight.
     
  3. malladus

    malladus Active Member

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    Already got a CTR on my carbine build. The UBR is intended to go on an 18" 6.8 SPC build. I want something with a little more solid then the CTR, but not as heavy as heavy as the PRS (which I have on another AR). From what I've read the UBR is a good cross between the CTR and the PRS in terms of adjustability and being solid enough for precision work.

    As it is I got a FDE one on the way, so we'll see.

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  4. Shadow 2

    Shadow 2 New Member

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    For an spr build i would definitely consider a ubr. Let me know how it works out for you.
     
  5. rugerdawg

    rugerdawg New Member

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    UBR?

    I put lmt sopmods on all 5 of my builds, I didn't care for the cheekweld on the ctr. That said, I really want to try the ubr on my 18" ar-10 as it seems front heavy and the ubr is quite a bit heavier than the lmt and may help to balance it better.
     
  6. TAZ

    TAZ Active Member

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    Definitely let us know how you like it. I am contemplating replacing the PRS on my SPR clone with one and would love some first hand info before plunking down my har eraned cash.
     

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