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Old 12-03-2013, 9:19 AM
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what side folder adapter is that?
I believe thats a sling mount adapter, something like this:

http://item.brownells.com/categories...nt-wswivel.htm
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I believe thats a sling mount adapter, something like this:

http://item.brownells.com/categories...nt-wswivel.htm
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Old 12-05-2013, 3:07 PM
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Heres my AR pistol, 80% lower, Complete noveske upper with ris fsp 2 rail.


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10.5" barrel with pinned brake, OAL 27"
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Old 12-16-2013, 11:07 AM
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I know those shavings on the table lol


I had a chance to shoot it yesterday finally. Worked great, not really any fireball. Slow-mo video of recoil was interesting. Tried to use the buffer tube as a cheekrest and the sight hit my glasses... oops.
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I had a chance to shoot it yesterday finally. Worked great, not really any fireball. Slow-mo video of recoil was interesting. Tried to use the buffer tube as a cheekrest and the sight hit my glasses... oops.
Thats interesting, is that a 7.5" barrel? My 10.5 spits them pretty well with the current brake, but with the A1 FH before it wasnt noticeable. I would think the piggy on your barrel would live up to its name
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Thats interesting, is that a 7.5" barrel? My 10.5 spits them pretty well with the current brake, but with the A1 FH before it wasnt noticeable. I would think the piggy on your barrel would live up to its name
Yeah, 7.5" barrel from the gunsmoke 2nd gen pistol kit. I thought about taking the KX3 off and seeing if it made a difference but didn't want to mess with it at the range.
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Pistol Pron, Glock fed 9mm that's about to get a buttstock........I mean stabilizing brace.

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I've heard that optics can break at inopportune times, so I figured I needed some redundancy

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I like your TRI-Dot reticle.
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Kind off topic. Thinking on getting an AR pistol. I do have a question though. Are AR pistol required to have a tool release the magazine?

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The start of my AR47 pistol.
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The start of my AR47 pistol.
You freestaters and half invisible guns. Mine looked like that for a while.
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Here is mine, shoots unbelievably good - very happy with it. This is a file attachment because I can't figure out how to display the pic like you guys did. whatever
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Oh trust me, the half invisible mod was the best thing I could have done...

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Old 12-18-2013, 8:47 PM
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Here is mine, shoots unbelievably good - very happy with it. This is a file attachment because I can't figure out how to display the pic like you guys did. whatever
Get the HTTP location of the picture. Add "[IMG]" before the image location URL and "[/IMG]" after the location url (minus the quotation marks).

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Kind off topic. Thinking on getting an AR pistol. I do have a question though. Are AR pistol required to have a tool release the magazine?
You mean maglock, requiring a tool to drop the magazine? Yes they need one if in CA
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Old 12-19-2013, 8:52 AM
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You mean maglock, requiring a tool to drop the magazine? Yes they need one if in CA
I would think since it is a "Pistol" that it wouldn't but oh well. I was just wondering but not surprised.
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I would think since it is a "Pistol" that it wouldn't but oh well. I was just wondering but not surprised.

30515. (a) Notwithstanding Section 30510, "assault weapon" also
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(4) A semiautomatic pistol that has the capacity to accept a
detachable magazine and any one of the following:
(D) The capacity to accept a detachable magazine at some location
outside of the pistol grip.

with a maglock, it doesn't have a ca-defined detachable magazine, so it is legal.

without a maglock, it does have a detachable magazine outside the pistol grip, along with other evil features, and would be an illegal AW.
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everyones AR pistol makes mine look like crap. lol
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30515. (a) Notwithstanding Section 30510, "assault weapon" also
means any of the following:
(4) A semiautomatic pistol that has the capacity to accept a
detachable magazine and any one of the following:
(D) The capacity to accept a detachable magazine at some location
outside of the pistol grip.


with a maglock, it doesn't have a ca-defined detachable magazine, so it is legal.

without a maglock, it does have a detachable magazine outside the pistol grip, along with other evil features, and would be an illegal AW.
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Thanks fellas. Just want to make sure I build my pistol correctly
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A little progress on my pistol. I found the K2 grip at my LGS and picked up the aluminum enhanced trigger guard. Got the FCG installed for the final time with the oversized match pins that came with the lower.

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A little progress on my pistol. I found the K2 grip at my LGS and picked up the aluminum enhanced trigger guard. Got the FCG installed for the final time with the oversized match pins that came with the lower.

how do you like your K2 grip? Im starting to hate my bcm grip, its too slippery
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how do you like your K2 grip? Im starting to hate my bcm grip, its too slippery
It's pretty decent. I can certainly tell the difference in grip angle between it and the A2 grip. The texture almost reminds me of a Gen4 Glock.
That's about all I can say about it since I haven't really used it much.
I think I'll like it, though.
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no pictures but video of my build. love those fire rings

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It's pretty decent. I can certainly tell the difference in grip angle between it and the A2 grip. The texture almost reminds me of a Gen4 Glock.
That's about all I can say about it since I haven't really used it much.
I think I'll like it, though.
I have the troy battle grip with similar angles on my other build, buts it little small. K2 seems like its perfect
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I have the troy battle grip with similar angles on my other build, buts it little small. K2 seems like its perfect
This video review is pretty good.
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i got an uncle mikes sub machine gun bag. otherwise i think a lot of people use tennis racket bags.


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What cases or bags are you guys using to transport your pistols? Im looking for a soft case for mine that doesnt scream gun, but will actually protect my overpriced .22 fireball maker like a purpose made gun case.
I use a Head tennis racket case, and a piece of foam folded in half that I got from the craft store. It works perfect, is incognito, and range masters always get a good chuckle. They love it!

As a bonus, I take the foam out and use the back side of it as a cleaning mat.

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Ill look into the tennis racket bags, thanks guys
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Who makes that pistol buffer tube?

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My 7.5" blackout ran like a clock with supersonics, I took a gamble on a $110 barrel from eBay lol. Plan on shooting some groups next time and trying subsonics as well.
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That's a Command Arms Saddle on a pistol buffer tube. http://store.commandarms.com/product...psible-stocks/
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Here it is completed

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