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As gxer said, it's the rings and that's about it. This isn't a military rifle so there's no "spec". also keep in mind, "milspec" doesn't always mean "good" it just means "good enough for the budget".
 

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<snip> "milspec" doesn't always mean "good" it just means "good enough for the budget".
Stated another way, that mil spec rifle (or weapon) in your hands was produced by the low bidder and meets minimum requirements that fit the specification.

Note that civilian rifles, parts, and such can be found that far exceed mil spec. But for that to happen there must be a mil spec stated for them to exceed. If it isn't military there will be no military specification, aka "mil' spec' ". Those parts that exceed mil spec? They aren't given away for free, but cost more than mil spec parts. That's why they aren't included in the low bid weapons.
 

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Components can be designed and tested to meet military specifications for military applications, but sold/used commercially without going through all the LAT and DCMA requirements that would have been neccessary for military use.

We saw this back years ago with Olin primers.
 
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