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Discussion in 'Weapons and Tactics' started by Cubo de Sangre, Aug 6, 2014.

  1. Gregolian .45 ACP

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    I can in my state and would like to get one. Just haven't had a reason outside my Para to take a plunge into the NFA stuff and have been kind of jones-ing to.
     
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    From watching videos you can do barrel swaps or put the barrel assembly on in about 2 seconds, take it off in 1.

    Its like a quick detach barrel/handguard.

    I'm personally not interested but it's interesting.
     
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    So it's perfect for swapping out barrels on the full auto I don't have? :):(

    From a cursory view it seemed like the marketing was about storage/carrying in smaller cases/backpacks. I guess it saves you the length of the upper and you don't have to have a second optic.
     
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    It kind of seems appealing, but I'm on the fence myself . . . I've already had about 8 people place orders. Apparently there is some group of AR owners who like it.

    I guess . . . your very own AR take down rifle . . .
     
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    Interesting, didn't think demand would be there. I really don't have need to store a rifle in a smaller bag or the ability to be able to deploy it in seconds while in a small bag.
     
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  8. spamking Proud Okie/Type 01 FFL Dealer

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    Yep . . . I saw something similar on an AR pistol . . . crazy what folks are into these days.
     
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    Yeah tbh I don't even get the law tactical folding stock unless you are an actual "operator" and need to be able to keep a rifle compact until use. I've seen couch commandos with them at the range and just don't get it for civilian hobbyist use. Just like the dolos.

    Well maybe a folding stock on sig or Faxon upper that doesn't require the buffer assembly.
     
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    Funny you should mention the law tactical folding stock . . . folks are already asking about it now.

    Could the benefit simply be storage maybe?
     
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    I guess but I would think that height wouldn't be a problem in safes or whatever, usually width is imo.

    I guess they bought some small rifle bag or something? Idk I don't get it. It adds weight, length, girth, snags points, another potential failure point, etc.
     
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  12. spamking Proud Okie/Type 01 FFL Dealer

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    True . . . but I'll sell them the things if they want them. :)
     
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    Got the MRO. Thing looks well-built. Forgot I needed an optic for the Kriss Vector carbine 9mm. Seems like a perfect match.
     
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    I love mine.
     
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    Pics.
     
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    Bought this PWS 7.62x39 piston upper. Not sure it's for a specific build, but no worries. Just need some mags. I think it's C Products that are supposed to be the superior ones.


    [​IMG]
     
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    I really need to grab all of my parts and put a couple of rifles together . . . one will be my first adjustable gas block build . . .
     
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    Which block you using?
     
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    Looks really good, yeah c products is what I've read about as well.
     
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    You seen this? Interesting build

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