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American Defense MFG – Raider 7 Carbine Raffle

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American Defense MFG is raffling off a special UIC Mod 2 rifle in support of The Raider Project, honoring the 7 Marines and 4 National Guard Soldiers who were killed in a training accident on March 10th, 2015. The rifle features a custom distressed woodland camo Cerakote finish done by Red Beard Cerakote in Texas, and features ‘0372’ as its serial number, which is the MOS code of a MARSOC Critical Skills Operator.

The complete rifle includes:

– Magpul furniture, MBUS Pro iron sights, and PMAGs
– SureFire 3 prong flash hider
– Nightforce NXS 1-4×24 scope with FC-3G reticle in an ADM Recon mount
– American Defense optic mount (of the winner’s choice)

For further details, rules, and to purchase an entry, visit www.americandefensemanufacturing.com/view/product/930

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5 Responses to “American Defense MFG – Raider 7 Carbine Raffle”

  1. DugasM says:

    anyone got some resources of a review on that Nightforce scope?

    • Kaos-1 says:

      It’s an NSX 1-4 with a bdc reticle out to 600 yards. It’s an NSX 1-4 , been around for a long time.

      • Kaos-1 says:

        But I’d also like to mention that the ADM 13.5 low light rail is my “new” favorite rail. Ordered one the morning they were released. The barrel nut was a bit of a shocker when I realized it utilizes a CAR stock wrench to tighten . But it is a beefy barrel nut. Plus the cool thing is it’ll take KAC URX panels. I matched it with a BCM enhanced lightweight barrel. Can barely tell I have a rifle in my hands until I put a loaded magazine in. It is my current favorite “build”, that is till the next one, but I will be buying another ADM rail , just hope they end up making them in 15″ models at some point .

  2. Rearmount says:

    The rail has a close resemblance to Geissele’s MK1. I wonder if the mounting options for the MK1 may also work for this rail…?

    • Kaos-1 says:

      I’d say old gen mk4 more like it, with a bit of URX 3.1 mixed in. The 9,6,3 o’clock 1913 sections aren’t separate pieces that mount on the rail.