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2 Vets Arms Launches AR-10 SPR

2 Vets Arms launched their version of the AR-10 yesterday, the 2VA 308 Special Purpose Rifle. I’m really excited about this one, and if you’re in the market for an AR-10, you should be too.

2VA 308 SPR

Specs/Features

Receivers 2VA-10 7075T6 Matched
Trigger Single Stage 3.5 Ultra Match
Stock B5 Systems Bravo
Handguard 15″ lightweight free float tube with modular attachment points
Barrel 18″ full fluted 416R Stainless match grade barrel with Black Nitride finish
System Ambidextrous Side Charging System
Ambidextrous Safety Selector
Weight
7 lbs, 13 oz
MSRP $1,875

Description

With the many options in the 7.62/.308 market, the 2VA-10 line of rifles fills the void between affordability and quality without sacrificing the reliability or accuracy that is demanded with today’s hunters and shooters. With sub-MOA accuracy as a starting point, blending ergonomics, adaptability and value, we feel this rifle is a can’t miss.

Did you catch the weight? 7 lbs, 13 oz. So not only is the 2VA 308 SPR one of the lightest AR-10′s on the market at UNDER 8 lbs naked, it shoots sub-MOA AND has an MSRP of only $1,875. If you’re not familiar with the AR-10 market, check around. A quality AR-10 that runs and shoots MOA/sub-MOA will typically cost at least $1k more. This combination from 2 Vets Arms is impressive to say the least.

If you’re looking for an AR-10, I think you can stop looking. I will do a follow up post soon with accuracy results, but in the meantime, you can order a 2VA 308 SPR here.

14 Responses to 2 Vets Arms Launches AR-10 SPR

  1. Sharon Starr July 16, 2014 at 9:30 am #

    Not surprising…..a quality product from quality people. You won’t be disappointed. Congrats Dean and Amber.

  2. TK July 16, 2014 at 9:33 am #

    WOW.

  3. Mike July 16, 2014 at 10:51 am #

    Off to check my bank account…I need this.

  4. Ebbs July 17, 2014 at 11:41 am #

    VERY slick AR-10 pattern rifle. And the price point is fantastic especially for a shop their size.

  5. Geoff July 17, 2014 at 11:47 am #

    No way would I spend that much, I don’t care how good it is.
    My $600 DPMS Sportical and $200 Nikon P-223 scope at 12X can do sub-MOA at 100 yards with handload match ammo.
    Nosler Ballistic Tip Varmint .224″ 55gr. Polymer Tip 24.0gr. IMR4895 – 5 shots, bench rest with bipod in my backyard range.
    Proof: http://i1074.photobucket.com/albums/w419/gwk1951/Temporary/7-14-2014Target1-1.jpg

    • Brandon July 17, 2014 at 11:51 am #

      That’s great Geoff, but you just compared a 5.56 AR-15 to a .308 AR-10. Not exactly apples to apples.

      • Geoff July 17, 2014 at 3:04 pm #

        So what? Let me shoot that $1900 rifle I can’t afford and I can guarantee I will shoot just as good with it. I don’t NEED to have a rifle that costs that much. The caliber does not matter, it’s the shooter. I’m not saying it’s a bad rifle or knocking the caliber, the price is a put-off for some of us. I just shot my Mosin (It’s a .308, ya know) out back and got a 6MOA 3-shot group at 100 yards with iron sights at a B-27. Guarantee I could nail the X-ring with a scope. I’m retired on SS and don’t have that kind of money to spend on a rifle when what I have does the job. I am not trashing the rifle, I’m just saying a less expensive one can do just as good in the hands of a good shooter.

        • Brandon July 17, 2014 at 3:26 pm #

          Geoff, perhaps I missed your original point. I’m glad to hear you’re proficient with your rifles. My apples to apples comment was in regards to what you said about the price – comparing the price of a low quality AR-15 to a mid to high quality AR-10 isn’t a fair comparison. Instead, you should be comparing the 2VA AR-10 with other AR-10’s on the market. If you do, I think you’ll see what I’m talking about.

          If your point is that you can shoot X group at Y distance with a cheaper rifle, well yeah, of course you can. I have a $300 .308 bolt gun that will shoot MOA with cheap ammo all day long. But we’re not talking bolt guns, we’re talking AR-10′s. However, my bolt gun, and your Mosin, don’t have the same capabilities even though they are the same caliber.

          • Geoff July 17, 2014 at 3:45 pm #

            The point I’m trying to make is I don’t need or want or can afford a rifle that costs that much to shoot sub-MOA for target shooting. You want to bring an AR-10 over to my place and I’ll shoot sub-MOA all day with it. Any caliber. Any gun is going to be accurate at 1 MOA or better at 100 yards with match grade ammo, a good scope and a rifle rest. It all depends on the skill of the shooter and the quality of the ammo. I’ve shot commercial 5.56/.223 ammo and cannot get better than 4MOA at 100 yards from it.
            I would love to have one, but do not see the need or have the money for it.

          • Josh July 17, 2014 at 5:16 pm #

            Geoff, Your comparisons of your DPMS and Mosin to this AR-10 is like comparing a 1995 Jeep Wrangler with a 2014 F-250. Yeah, they are both viable modes of transportation that will get you where you need to go, but still pretty different at their core. Just because you cannot afford/don’t want/aren’t in the market for a quality made vehicle(rifle), doesn’t mean that everyone else has to not want one. A simple “nice rifle, but I’ll keep what I’ve got” would have sufficed. The point of this article was to compare a high quality AR-10 at this price, to other quality AR-10s priced much higher, not much older Russian designed bolt guns. Completely different animals…

    • Ebbs July 17, 2014 at 11:54 am #

      You realize this is a .308 caliber rifle. Not a .223, correct?

      Even the super-stock base model of your beloved DPMS brand’s new GII AP4 in 308/7.62 NATO caliber has an MSRP of $1500. One with hardware more comparable to the 2VA style is going to run $2400.

  6. Carlos July 17, 2014 at 2:19 pm #

    I need this on a layaway plan

  7. Jr October 23, 2014 at 3:25 pm #

    Geoff ! What you need its a better job to afford this amazing riffle.

  8. Hit-em-up October 30, 2014 at 7:14 pm #

    Geoff, please take this to heart! Your an idiot….my $975 RRA tactical op will put 5 rounds, yes 5 rounds of ar5.56 bulk pack touching at 100yds, in fargo ND wind…my Russian mosin nagant has printed 3rd groups UNDER 1.5-2″ 3times the ONE time I took it out with garbage bulk Russian ammo…I wouldn’t be bragging about SIX MOA lmfao…and if your curious, my RRA has a fixed 5x AR536 burris 3moa dot optic…I would sure hope your “pea shooter” would print as good with a 3×9 scope…in a rest…with “match grade” handloads…someone had to say it…

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