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PWS MK109 Pro SBR, SilencerCo SCO15 Lower and Original Saker 7.62

PWS MK109 Pro SBR, SilencerCo SCO15 Lower and Original Saker 7.62

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When SilencerCo came out with their SCO15 I knew exactly what I wanted to do! I needed a 300 blackout barrel length between my Sig Rattler and my Adams Arms P2 16” rifle. Since I couldn’t find an Adams Arms in stock, I thought I’d give the PWS MK109 Pro a try. I put one of my first cans, the original SilencerCo Saker 7.62 on it to compliment the lower. This Saker 7.62 is the perfect mid size can for a 300 blackout short barreled rifle.

Get the SilencerCo SCO15 at only a few places and have them transfer them to a local ffl.

The SCO15 lower comes with just an ambi bolt catch, so I put the Arms Unlimited ambi mag release on it to make it fully ambidextrous.

PWS MK109 Pro is a Brownell’s exclusive

With this suppressor and H3 buffer, I use the MK109 Pro gas setting 1 for subsonic rounds and setting 2 for the supersonic rounds that I have.

There is NO gas to the face with this setup.

I love the Holosun 510C Elite green reticle

There is a red version too that is cheaper

I use this CMC trigger in all of my AR15’s. It is fast!

Magpul Back up sight gen1

Magpul K2+ grip is OverMold rubber and has storage I use for NFA paperwork

Magpul QD Endplate

Hogue OverMold AR15 stock

Expo Arms H3 buffer

Lancer Smoke magazine

The steel targets I used AR500 2/3 IDPA IPSC Steel


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