The Seekins Precision SP10 is an AR-style rifle chambered for the 7.62mm/.308 Winchester. It is fitted with an 18-inch, match-grade barrel that is made of stainless steel and is capped with the company’s own ATC muzzle brake.
Surrounding the barrel and gas system is Seekins’ own 15-inch SP3R handguard, which has a full-length Picatinny top rail, KeyMod slots along the sides and a flat bottom. There are KeyMod slots along the bottom that allow for the addition of a bipod, but the smooth bottom is very stable on a sandbag or other improvised rest.
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Seekins Precision built the gun around the SR-25 magazine pattern and ships the gun with a Magpul PMAG. The PMAG is a 20-round polymer magazine that has an anti-tilt follower and an impact-resistant body.
A Magpul STR stock is used on the SP10. This stock has bump-outs on both sides that allow the shooter to store CR123A batteries in them. The same protrusions enhance your cheekweld when shooting the rifle.
All of the rifle’s controls are completely ambidextrous. An Ergo Deluxe pistol grip rounds out the lower receiver, enhancing the rifle’s control and handling.
No sights are included on the gun, as Seekins Precision expects that most shooters of this gun will have their own favorite glass already picked out.
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In my testing, I attached a Burris XTR II riflescope. This scope/rifle combination worked well, helping to make sub-1-inch groups at 100 yards with most commercial ammunition.