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My newest addition....

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RRA upper, 9" TROS barrel, and 3 lug flash hider with 7" midwest industries quad rail, Hahn precision bottom loading mag block, beta c-mag, 9mm heavy buffer. And the light is a surefire knock off, uses all of the same parts though, and makes an excellent grip point.


And my old pistol...probably won't be getting as much love!!! J&T 10.5" 5.56/.223 upper trunk gun

 

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I love it! Too much, I want one!
Load that up with HP's and if zombie’s could have nightmares I think that would be it!
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What kind of compensator/FH is that?


BTW Nice. :?
 

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McLovin, it's an HK MP5 3 lug flash hider


Devildoc, haven't tried that one yet! :-D I need to get some normal mags for it still :lol:
 

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very nice

Is it reliaable?

Also I never understood those stocks - are they better then a regular ar stock - do you just tuck it in your arm pit?
 

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very nice

Is it reliaable?

Also I never understood those stocks - are they better then a regular ar stock - do you just tuck it in your arm pit?
That isn't a stock - this is actually an AR pistol. It still needs the tube on the back for the bolt to go back and forth.
 

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wlcohen said:
very nice

Is it reliaable?

Also I never understood those stocks - are they better then a regular ar stock - do you just tuck it in your arm pit?
That isn't a stock - this is actually an AR pistol. It still needs the tube on the back for the bolt to go back and forth.
Thanks! You learn somthing new everyday.
 

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very nice

Is it reliaable?

Also I never understood those stocks - are they better then a regular ar stock - do you just tuck it in your arm pit?
That isn't a stock - this is actually an AR pistol. It still needs the tube on the back for the bolt to go back and forth.


Yep, put on stock on that and it's considered a short barreled rifle (SBR) and you need a $200 Tax stamp for it to be legal.
 
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