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  1. Highpockets... Someone spent a bit of money to put it together that way from the original factory configuration. Change anything you don't like, and keep what you do. If it's the way you like it...then you scored a great find!! You didn't have to mess with it to get what you wanted! It's only more desirable to someone who wants their rifle set up that way. If you're happy with it... It sure beats having to source all the aftermarket parts and do the work yourself... You get the benefit without the hassle!!😁😁😁
  2. Seems really odd that a shell would deform AFTER firing and then fail to eject... Can you provide a little more info on that?? You've got me truly confused.
  3. There's nothing wrong with a " frankengun" I'm saying that because it's a hodge podge of all kinds of different parts put together. It's hard to answer the question of "what do I have?" when you have 6 Brands of parts put together. If it does what the OP desires, he's lucky to have scored it already the way he likes it!! Not downing it in any way!!
  4. Not sure on who makes the best... But it sure sounds like a great way to burn up expensive ammo REALLY FAST!!😂😂
  5. You have a frankengun. Congrats!! Enjoy it!!❤
  6. Dirty side of puck towards gas block. The gas adjustment should be all the way in till tight, then loosen to the first click. Which SHOULD be the low gas setting, loosen one more click to the high gas setting. At least that's how i remember it from about 15 years ago... Lol
  7. Gotcha! Thanks. Problem is... I have 3 barrels that are totally complete. Barrel nuts, gas blocks, front sights. And triangular handguard brackets. I know i'd have to take them apart to remove the triangular bracket. Guess while it's apart i'd be swapping out the barrel nut as well... So that makes it easier to understand the mounting, knowing they need their own special barrel nut. Thanks!!!
  8. So... I'm trying to figure out HOW to attach either keymod, or mlock handguards to an AR... Do they attach to a threaded block mounted to the barrel or what?? I know how free floats attach, and the delta rings... Can't figure out the other two though.. You'd think it would be easy to look up. I think Google is laughing at me...
  9. Wishper... Why the fuck are you commenting on a 10 year old thread???? 😳😳
  10. Shannon, at cobra has had some very difficult family issues recently... I'm confident things will be back to normal in short order.
  11. There's a screw under the recoil spring. Remove the receiver cover, then the recoil spring and guide, and there's your screw. Might be one I the bottom of the receiver as well. Once the screws are out... A side to side wiggle will work the stock part out of the receiver. Get on it. Don't be bashful... It may take some tweaking.
  12. People are still here... Whatcha wanna Talk about?? Ask some questions, I'm sure you'll get replies!!😁
  13. I remember that line from "Up the academy" 😂😂
  14. IndyArms

    Mag Id

    Dimensionally the .223 round is externally identical to the 5.56 round for all intents and purposes. If you have a magazine that feeds one but not the other... Something else is wrong. Either mag should work to hold and feed either cartridge. If you don't know the difference, more research might be a good thing...
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