This is a viewer requested video comparing these two very iconic firearms. There is no doubt there is some lineage between these two rifles. In fact, LMT manufactures several components for KAC. The lower receiver is licensed from KAC to LMT. The upper receiver of the LMT is a totally different design. I found it difficult to say which is better. I believe the LMT is a entirely new generation of rifle compared to the SR-25. I consider both to be excellent precision rifles. In the end, the LMT offers a flexibility that the KAC SR-25 simply does not. Both rifles are combat proven in the GWOT.

The SR-25 shown in this video is an early 1995 produced SR-25 Match Rifle. Although it has a URX rail added to it, as well as a PMag PRS stock, it is an original. The MK11 and M110 have gone through many updates and changes from this early design. I do mention some of the updated rifle features during this review of the SR-25.

 
 
This video looks at the newly introduced precision rifle manufactured by the custom shop of Core15. This rifle is chambered in the growing popular 6.5mm Grendel caliber. The rifle comes with everything one would need for a precision rifle including a hard carrying case, back up sights, scope, rings and bipod. It also comes with two magazines, a 25 and 10 round magazine.

The rifle was tested with both Hornady and Wolf ammunition, and proved not only to function 100% reliable but to shoot excellent groups with the two Hornady loads. Group size was much larger with the Wolf but that was to be expected from the bi-metal fmj round.