JP Enterprises is a company that focuses on high-end competition rifles. JP is based in Hugo MN. For the record, JP also offers a line of Law Enforcement rifles: “JP-15 Duty Rifles“.
The base rifle for this Iron Man theme is a JP Enterprises SCR-11 Rifle, an AR-15 based competition rifle in .223 Wylde. If you haven’t tried a “JP”, please do if you get the chance, they are great rifles. Don’t take my word for it, as I have a few CTR-02s and other models so I’m very biased.
The upper and lower is machined from billet 7075-T6 aluminum, with a left-side charging system on the upper receiver.
Under the paint there is a JP SCR-11 with an 18″ barrel, rapid configuration hand guard, BC-1 aluminum bolt carrier, GS-5 adjustable gas block, thermal dissipator, ACE ARFX butt stock, Hogue grip, JP roller trigger (I would like to try one if I get the opportunity) and a Vortex Viper 1-4x in a JP extended mount.
Above: On the SCR-11 model the forward assist has been removed. My CTR-02s has the same design, and I’ve never missed the function in any competition or training.
A Vortex 1-4×24 in a JP Mount. Note the magazine and the left hand charging handle, as well as lack of a traditional charging handle.
Also note the JP Rifles roller trigger. I haven’t tried that version, but JP are quite famous for their triggers, and in my opinion they are among the best. I use the JP 3.0 lbs.
Above: Stark Industries logotype laser etched on the upper, and a pretty special magazine.
Above: 3 battery packs power strings of LED lights which shine through diffusion paper. What would California say?
JP Rifles normally produces very good looking and informative catalogues and 2016 is no exception, have a look if you are interested: here.
I look forward to Ironman Mk II, wonder what it will look like?