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Aero Precision 10.5 M4E1 Upper with Delta Brake

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Published on 07 Apr 2020 / In Film and Animation

This is the last video on the three uppers I have been testing for my new work set up. I have tested the 16 inch Aero upper with the VG6 Gamma and the 14.5 with the pinned VG6 pinned Epsilon Brake. This is the 10.5 with the VG6 Delta brake. All of the Aero Precision parts I have owned and tested over the years has been great stuff. The VG6 muzzle brakes have proven time and time again to be some of the best on the market. The Atlas rails offered by Aero Precision and the enhanced rails have all been successful with all the options I need. I will have to make my choice after the next couple of range trips on which one of these will be my new work rifle. But what I can say is all of them have met and in some circumstances exceeded my expectations.

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