MK218 MOD 1-M Upper 6.5 Creedmoor

MK218 MOD 1-M Upper 6.5 Creedmoor

Availability: Out of stock

MK218 MOD 1-M Specs:


SKU: 18-M218UD0B UPC: 811154030917


Operating System: PWS Long Stroke Piston System, 3 setting Adjustable Gas Regulator


Caliber: 6.5 Creedmoor


Barrel Length: 18”


Gas System Length: Mid-Length


Barrel Twist Rate: 1:8


Muzzle Velocity: 2588 fps


Muzzle Device: PWS PRC 30 


Upper Receiver: PWS Proprietary Piston Upper, T6 7075 Forged, Anodized


Handguard: PWS M-Lok™ 15.206” Handguard (1.7” width, 2.25” height)


Charging Handle: Radian Raptor™ Ambidextrous Charging Handle 

Regular Price: $1,449.95

Special Price $1,232.46

Description

Details

MK218 MOD 1-M Specs:

SKU: 18-M218UD0B UPC: 811154030917

Operating System: PWS Long Stroke Piston System, 3 setting Adjustable Gas Regulator

Caliber: 6.5 Creedmoor

Barrel Length: 18”

Gas System Length: Mid-Length

Barrel Twist Rate: 1:8

Muzzle Velocity: 2588 fps

Muzzle Device: PWS PRC 30 

Upper Receiver: PWS Proprietary Piston Upper, T6 7075 Forged, Anodized

Handguard: PWS M-Lok™ 15.206” Handguard (1.7” width, 2.25” height)

Charging Handle: Radian Raptor™ Ambidextrous Charging Handle 

Reviews
Reviews

Total:

(
(2)
(2)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
Write a review

Reviews (2)

Duane
So before PWS offered 308 stripped lowers (I’m stuck in CA behind enemy lines so a complete rifle is both difficult and cost prohibitive). I also wanted to use rifle length buffer tube (since collapsible stocks are verboten), I bought a 6.5 creedmore and a 308 both with match 20” barrels and figured any DPMS lower should work. I test fit an Aero lower which seemed perfect and used their pins (propriety) buffet tube, spring and 308 buffer. Nice SSA-E and Phase 5 EBR.Off to the range and everything went wrong. Fail to fire, fall to eject, fail to last round hold back, stove pipes. Changed out a to a flat wire spring. It helped cut down the problems about 50%. Perplexed and confused. PWS tech support was great with solutions. They pointed out their lowers had a small transition lip where to buffer tube bottoms out against the lower. They also had MK2 blems for sale. I grabbed two. (I couldn’t even find the imperfections.) Rebuilt the PWS lowers, back to the range and a world of difference. Everything functioned perfectly on both rifles, except for last round hold open. So I swapped out the the Phase 5 EBR to some basic DPMS bolt catches and that solved the problem. PWS was great through out the whole process. Lots of phone calls and technical advice. Moral of the story: there is no milspec for AR 308. Always use matching matching uppers a lowers
Don
The upper came complete, BCG and all. All I had to do was swap out the 308 upper and shoot. The fit was perfect on my Mk220.
Reviews

Total:

(
(2)
(2)
(0)
(0)
(0)
(0)
Write a review

Only registered users can write reviews. Please, log in or register

Reviews (2)

Duane
So before PWS offered 308 stripped lowers (I’m stuck in CA behind enemy lines so a complete rifle is both difficult and cost prohibitive). I also wanted to use rifle length buffer tube (since collapsible stocks are verboten), I bought a 6.5 creedmore and a 308 both with match 20” barrels and figured any DPMS lower should work. I test fit an Aero lower which seemed perfect and used their pins (propriety) buffet tube, spring and 308 buffer. Nice SSA-E and Phase 5 EBR.Off to the range and everything went wrong. Fail to fire, fall to eject, fail to last round hold back, stove pipes. Changed out a to a flat wire spring. It helped cut down the problems about 50%. Perplexed and confused. PWS tech support was great with solutions. They pointed out their lowers had a small transition lip where to buffer tube bottoms out against the lower. They also had MK2 blems for sale. I grabbed two. (I couldn’t even find the imperfections.) Rebuilt the PWS lowers, back to the range and a world of difference. Everything functioned perfectly on both rifles, except for last round hold open. So I swapped out the the Phase 5 EBR to some basic DPMS bolt catches and that solved the problem. PWS was great through out the whole process. Lots of phone calls and technical advice. Moral of the story: there is no milspec for AR 308. Always use matching matching uppers a lowers
Don
The upper came complete, BCG and all. All I had to do was swap out the 308 upper and shoot. The fit was perfect on my Mk220.

Only registered users can write reviews. Please, log in or register

Only registered users can write reviews. Please, log in or register