The Troy Service Rifle line of rifles has made quite a splash. The retro AR market is a growing fad and is a cool on.e It’s a fascinating method to look how the service rifle changed over the last few decades of service. It’s odd how the AR has been in service so long we have the ability to reach back and see classic variants of the rifle.
While the series has featured on the retro XM177E2 and GAU-5/A/A rifles. These rifles are undoubtedly cool, and they are extremely high quality. What’s really cool is the extremely high quality they put into these collectible rifles. If you want a rifle that can be fired tens of thousands of times and look retro the Troy service rifles are for you.
They don’t just look cool, and retro. They can function and hang with the most modern rifles.
The Troy Mark 12
So what’s new in 2017 is the Mark 12 DMR rifle. I was a Marine deployed in the time when the Mark 12 was issued one per squad. The rifle ruled the fields of Afganistan and their ability to engage past 600 to 700 yards. These Mark 12 rifles by Troy replicate the actual Mark 12 rifles used by designated marksman’s rifle in a variety of military combat arms.
The Mark 12 was a successful rifle, served well with the Marines, and Special Operations community. Troy’s replication of the rifle is an accurate and good looking variant. If you ever wanted to be a Mark 12 gunner this is your chance. If you were ever a Mark 12 gunner here is the day to relive the glory of being a DM. At the same time, the Mark 12 can be a functional hunting rifle, a competition device, and an excellent suppressor host.