Seekins Precision Just Raised The Bar With Its New 6.5 Creedmoor

If you ain’t selling long range, you ain’t…

Well, we don’t want to be insulting, of course, but there’s a pretty strong trend going on in the shooting sports industry toward long-range precision shooting. For years that’s been the province of bolt guns, but now companies are starting to dial out their AR platforms to obtain sub MOA accuracy at increasing ranges.

Seekins Precision has been known for its well-built ARs and bolt guns, and now the company’s launched a new rifle chambered in 6.5 Creemoor, the round many marksman claim is THE caliber for laser-like hits going way out there.

The new Seekins SP-10 in 6.5 Creedmoor “offers long range, precision accuracy, full ambidextrous controls and billet aluminum construction.”

The upper receiver of the SP10 features an extended top picatinny rail over an integrated barrel mount to strengthen the receiver and provide ample space for mounting optics.  The rifle also offers the performance proven Seekins Precision SP3R handguard, 22” black stainless match grade barrel, 3.5lb CMC drop in trigger, Seekins ATC muzzle brake and Magpul PRS stock.

This big-frame AR is available now for an MSRP of $2,650.


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