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  1. When I received my MKA 1919 back for a full make over from FireBird Precision, a Carlson's Win Choke was installed (never shot with it) Here's the specs: Choke Tubes are made from 17-4 stainless and precision machined to produce a choke tube that patterns better than standard choke tubes. These choke tubes feature a 25% larger parallel section in the choke thus throwing more consistent patterns than conventional choke tubes. Each choke tube is knurled on the end to allow for quick and easy removal. Each choke tube has the constriction laser marked on the end for easy reference. Lead
  2. I'm not looking to spend over $150 I've consider the Bushnell Trophy TRS-25 Any thoughs/feedback?
  3. Also got my XDS 45 back last week (Springfield included a 7 round extended clip @ n/c) but also received my MKA back from Firebird Precision (totally awesome w/complete lower receiver & forehand). The MKA took everything I could throw @ it with zero issues (ammo was above 1200 fps and 1 1/8 oz) So I took both to the range this past Thursday. XDS45 is another awesome firearm to own!!!
  4. Using your existing adapter with stock length forend limits shroud selection only to 1 (a 6" produced by 1 vendor) so having a longer length adapter would allow the most shrouds available (like the 8-9" +)
  5. Like new, 50 rounds put through, but for obvious reasons the lower shell doesn't do the work,the parts installed do, in new condition If it makes a difference its an XN (shouldn't make a difference) Lower is stripped, just add stock/grip adapter along w/stock and grip of your choice. Apprehensive of cutting your own lower & ruining it or wanting to keeping factory parts in their orginality or maybe you don't want to wait to send your lower in to a vendor and have down time, well here's your chance @ $195 shipped.or best offer!
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    I received a BR99 and its a much improved firearm over the MKA 1919 I did list all the attributes of the BR99, but not w/pics, but I do have a nice informative link w/pics that someone on another forum posted which should be very helpful: http://www.ar15.com/forums/t_6_1/407143_.html&page=1
  7. I too find this very informative!!! I don't see this as an attack but a comparison (side by side) of two different aftermarket manufactures. Let the truth be unraveled and don't be a hater. I still believe you get what you pay for, and I'm willing to pay for quality (I hate paying for something twice) so I like to see and be informed about craftsmanship and quality of materials used.
  8. I'm no expert, This is just my opinion from my experiences When I have time I will be posting pics as well an update on a new magazine endevour.
  9. Yes I did & they work It wouldn't take much, this is what needs to be done; Metal Feed Ramp Re-designed Magazine to follow proper curvature of how the shells are fed for better reliability(anything more than 5 rounds & this will probally help cure most of the MKA inherient problems) HTH FRED
  10. Anyone have 2 of them available @ a decent price? MKA 2 round mags(I need 2) Thanks in Advance
  11. MKA Mags worked fine, the mags that comes with the BR99 look to be of a better design but seem to hold only 4 rounds unmolested.
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