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    Default Singapore’s SAR-80, Sterling Assault Rifle

    I*m a sucker for these *exotic* 5.56 military rifles. This one is a sort of AR-180 clone made in England for the Singapore military.

    Parts kit arrived today from RTG parts. Lot of dried cosmoline. Under that appears to be an unfired rifle. No wear on the bolt face or fire control parts.



    Until recently you had to re-weld the original upper receiver or fab a new one, and re-profile an AR15 barrel or find an original take off.

    The same company that made the 80% upper receiver and new barrel for the AR70/90 that I used for my build of that rifle announced they will be doing the same for the SAR-80 near the first of the year.

    So that gives me plenty of time to clean up all the parts and convert the lower to semi auto/922R compliance, which is as simple as welding up the third hole in the steel lower and dropping in a standard AR15 fire control group.

    Stay tuned for updates.
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    Default Re: Singapore’s SAR-80, Sterling Assault Rifle

    Gonna need some duct tape for that barrel.
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    Default Re: Singapore’s SAR-80, Sterling Assault Rifle

    Totally meant to post this in the gunsmithing section. Mods, save me from myself!
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    Default Re: Singapore’s SAR-80, Sterling Assault Rifle

    Oy, you can stop making the rest of us jealous already!

    Seriously though, I think I have cool shit until I see your posts. This, your jeep, and your other builds...i got some ground to make up.

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    Default Re: Singapore’s SAR-80, Sterling Assault Rifle

    Quote Originally Posted by JoshIronshaft View Post
    Totally meant to post this in the gunsmithing section. Mods, save me from myself!
    Done.

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    Default Re: Singapore’s SAR-80, Sterling Assault Rifle

    Wouldn't the bayonet lug work a lot better if it was in front of the sling swivel?
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    Default Re: Singapore’s SAR-80, Sterling Assault Rifle

    Is that piston driven?

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    Default Re: Singapore’s SAR-80, Sterling Assault Rifle

    Quote Originally Posted by raxar View Post
    Wouldn't the bayonet lug work a lot better if it was in front of the sling swivel?
    The swivel is on a ring on the barrel, so it can get out of the way of the bayo.

    Quote Originally Posted by bogey1 View Post
    Is that piston driven?
    Yes
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    Default Re: Singapore’s SAR-80, Sterling Assault Rifle

    I just found my rhino systems upper (piston). Its missing a couple parts so it just hangs on the wall in my basement.

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