Thomas Symonds: I picked up a brown one, but that looks very handsome in Black. Nice Setup.
Thanks for sharing the vid!
Dustin Hach: Seriously thinking about getting this.
Wayne Ho: great vid, like the flashider or the whole gun, clean as hell,
BlackFox416: iv look this gun up and i can't find a price would you guys be so kind as
to till please
TheSCARZONE: Hey- the LWRCI manual says that on first use you need to turn it a bunch to
keep it from doing that....- I just got mine and after about 45 rounds I
turned it and carbon dropped out of it at the range. I really LOVE this
weapon. and the weapon shows it can perform.
Unit 2357: WANT!
gun1911: @Hurricane810kr Yea dude I'd agree with the vid review of the work bench,
looks badass. I like how you got your lights setup too and the sheen off
the optics and bench. Looks great. Keep the vids coming
Hurricane810kr: @gun1911 It's a Sears Craftsman modular bench with the stainless steel top
#14966 (SS top part number) - I should do a quick video review.... It's
expensive at roughly $1200, but very nice, and keeps everything organized
gun1911: Great vid, whered you get the work bench?
Rootsempire123: @Hurricane810kr What exact front QD sling mount are you using? I have been
looking around for that same exact mount and detachable ring but can not
find it. Would you mind posting a link for me where I can buy one? Thank
Hurricane810kr: @scarred4life1 You could probably get the fluting done without issue. ADCO
Firearms does the barrel dimpling - that would be something to look into as
TexasLegend93: did you swap out the stock trigger? and also, whats the accuracy on the
repr @ 100 yds?
Alan Reid: Its not gizelle triggers, its pronounced "GUYSLEE"
archona54: Variables like fluted barrel, barrel length, single or two stage gisselle
trigger...I bought a 20" one for 3700 dollars....single stage trigger.
mb78758: 3rd time watching this vid, damn im so frikin jealous -_-
Hurricane810kr: @scarred4life1 I don't think you'll find a handguard much lighter - plus
you'll run into issues with room for the piston assembly and the ability to
easily access it. I'm sure if you worked through it you could put a
different bbl on, but you wouldn't gain much. Between getting the bbl
extension installed correctly, drilling the gas port, and the spacing,
timing, and alignment for the gas block you're just asking for more
problems than you would be solving. It's good to go as is.
DCPartyKid: nice video! lots of details i never knew. you are right on the money...a
9lb rifle off-hand is no joke. neither are bare aluminum handguards in the
sun. i experienced just that last week with my LR308. time to build a
lightweight 14.5" 5.56...
McDank8O5: would you pay 4500 for a 18"? that seems to be the going rate out here in CA
CaliforniaOceanGrown: Is it possible to swap out the side chargin handle for a Ar T style
jamesp6282: the repr is a blend of an ar 10 and a fn fal they took the ergos and the
bolt of an ar10 but were inspiered by the gas system and charging handle of
a fn fal nice rifle if mag issues are fixed this is a nice battle rifle.
scarred4life1: Would there be any way to put a lighter hand guard on the rifle. I know
their rail system is proprietary but is it possible? Also is it possible to
use other barrels besides LWRCI's?
Highjak86: @Highjak86 Ahhh... got to 9:09 for forward assist part.
IK3A: That is a nice rig.
shagonator2000: think the new 4 rails are lighter? like he said. its what u put on the
rails make it heavy.but they remove so much metal on it now that there
supper light. hope that helps u out with ur 308.
r0cd0x: at like 7:49 it sounds like u say "freakin" instead of "if i can" lol
bigdan1342: my SCAR 17 is less than 8 lbs
scarred4life1: @Hurricane810kr Thanks for the reply I love this rifle but the teething
issues scare me. The reason I'm asking about the hand guard is because 308s
are usually very heavy. I really would love to see a 308 under 8 pounds. I
know LWRC can flute the barrels I'm wondering how much weight it would
actually take off the rifle though. I'm glad they didn't include a quad
rail because it would be even heavier. Anyway thanks for the insight I'm
gonna shoot LWRC about the weight saved from fluting.
rivemor: Great Video
Audie Herpel: OBR
NRA Fatty: is that a nighforce?
TheL046Kid: LMT all the way. These have terrible reliability issues.
Chedr89: Hawk like hands made out of asbestos lol
scarred4life1: @Hurricane810kr Thanks I'll look into that. I would rather LWRC do it tho
only because they probably would do the fluting before they put the finish
of the barrel. Unless that company could refinish it afterwards. I'll look
fredstah714: my gas block setting is soooo hard to turn! any suggestion?
Ryan Frailey: I see that you have several (or at least fired several) 7.62 platforms, I
love the innovation of the Repr and the LWRC name. however reviews like the
one vuurwapenblog (just search repr review) did scare me away and with a
$3000+ price tag I want to be sure. I wanted to know what your honest
opinion of this is. im looking for a solid, super reliable all purpose 7.62
rifle and am planning on the 16" barrel. other than that I really apreciate
you taking the time to do reviews! keep it up!
khmerguy35: i wish more companies would employ a non-reciprocating charging handle.
Adam Lawson: @scarred4life1 fluting the barrel takes maybe 20% of the weight off the
barrel, this may be ok for the 12" and 16" because that are more close
combat versions, however the 20" barrel is a "heavy" barrel, hence its the
sniper version. The reason it is a heavy barrel is because heavy barrels
are used more for competition and target shooting due to the fact that it
dampens the modes of the barrel thus increasing the accuracy. also heavy
guns are generally more accurate because they are more stable
archona54: Geissele that is...hate misspelling that.
Jeremy Esters: Today this gun is worth a lot more now.
Highjak86: No forward assist?
djqx: I keep coming back here to look at your gun dude. I wish i wasnt poor! :-(
macfly4: Thanks for putting that video together. and nice that it was in 1080p!
sweet rifle. really cool to see how everything works for those of us who
cant get to a store with one. how about a video of you doing some shooting
with it? would be great to hear how you set up and a second by second talk
through of using it.
SoCalTactical: Thanks for the review. This is exactly what I've been looking for. Well now
time to save up for one.
jimbo45cal: man I watch your vids all the time and let me tell you have some good taste
in guns.. Now your reviews are high quality and very informative keep them
coming! I have a lwrc m6a3 and love it, my next purchase for sure is the
REPR in 18". I am jealous no doubt