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Casp last won the day on February 25 2012

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  1. Speak for yourself. My familiar platform is the AR, not the AK, and I've been waiting for something like this to exist for years. I would like it better if it were DGI instead of short-stroke, but I'm still sold. (Remind me again why I'm a member here?) Proprietary ammo is a huge gamble but I hope they pull it off. Molding the whole shell out of plastic should help keep initial production cost down, I would think, and it isn't like that hasn't been done with standard 12ga shells before. Edit: I'm a lot more interested in this than I ever was in the MKA-1919.
  2. Yeah, I'd definitely call it a novice mistake for anyone who owns an AR-15 barrel nut wrench. I agree and hope he does replace the barrel for you rather than trying to hack-job it. FYI, installing a heavier recoil buffer, at least an H3 if not heavier (I assume you have a collapsible, carbine stock,) would slow the bolt group way down. That improves reliability in general, but in your case in particular the slower bolt won't hit the cartridges in the magazine so hard, so the bullet noses won't dip so far down and they should hit the feed ramps on the barrel rather than the receiver. Exc
  3. Ouch. Yeah. Standard extension with M4-cut upper is a bad thing. Whoever assembled that and sold it that way should be ashamed. There are ways to make the gun feed reliably in spite of having janked-up ramps like that, but I'd still consider it unacceptable. Either the barrel or the upper forging itself has to be replaced.
  4. Wednesday bump. Sorry for neglecting this, I've been passed out on Nyquil with the plague for the last four days.
  5. I recently fell into possession of a Chaos 13" extended quad-rail for the Saiga-12. This is the one with the solid, single-piece top rail and no sights. Since I don't have a Saiga to stick it on, and I don't particularly like quads, I'm not really interested in hanging onto it. The previous owner had a black enamel finish put on to make it "more closely match the color of the gun" (his statement, not mine,) and because he didn't like how bright the "CHAOS U.S.A." insignias appeared. The insignia lettering is still clearly visible. It also appears he had to trim the rear-lower receiver
  6. The bitch is back. (For a little while, anyway.)

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    2. Casp


      Schultze, they caught me trying to break out, but released me as an award for creativity in my escape attempt.

    3. Casp


      And ShadowFire... I'd run away, fast.

    4. unclejake


      I joined in "08" and thought I recognized your handle. Good to see you back (if you are still here! LOL)

  7. Updated (with prices for parting out rather than the whole kit) and bumped.
  8. I'm parting out my M4. (I originally wanted to just sell it as a kit minus lower but everyone is asking me to part it out so whatever.) Runs like gangbusters, but right now I need the money more than the weapon. Sucks to have to give it up. Note: I am cross-posting this at other forums. I will keep this post updated to reflect what happens elsewhere... Here's what's up for sale: Complete Bravo Company upper receiver assembly - 16" SOCOM profile barrel (SOCOM profile = heavy profile with provisions for mounting M203), carbine-length gas system. 100% milspec (other than being 1
  9. Horse walks into a bar. Bartender says "why the long face?"

  10. Rock River is fine, as good as anything else in the world of 9mm ARs. CMMG might be a little better but the thing is no one really puts any effort into the overall reliability or workmanship of RO635 clones because no one really uses them as combat weapons anymore, just range toys. In any case a solid, dedicated 9mm lower like what you got is generally better than using a drop-in magazine adapter in a standard lower. The one thing I would recommend above all else (regardless of what manufacturer you go with) is go to Slash's Heavy Buffers (I would link if it weren't against the rules her
  11. Not that this actually helps you any, but some clarification on the Russian Cyrillic alphabet: Я = Ya Р = R б = b (lower case; upper case looks like Б) Ф = F
  12. For anyone who has not yet noticed, the Coonan Model B (.357 Magnum 1911) is back in production.

    1. Steppe Sweeper

      Steppe Sweeper

      That is aesome, I hear they were pretty reliable too. True 1911 size as far a holsters go and whatnot, not a big ass Desert Eagle or Grizzly. I had a chance to buy one for a great price but the guy literally dissappeared on me

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