my thoughts exactly, I will take even more material off if any problems occur considering the AR platform has survived so long with that itty bitty finger, actual catch contact part with mag follower.welcome.
i was always taught to modify the LESS expensive part 1st........YMMV
oh thanks for those warming welcomes, youtube comments section has taught me well. I will definitely enjoy the SCAR, and plan on shooting the crap out of it, I don't plan on collecting this rifle.Welcome! You were a good sport about us having fun with your other thread. Hope you enjoy the SCAR, it's an excellent rifle.
Color me a chicken, but I'm with the afore-mentioned school of thought that it's safer to modify a $23 magazine than a $2300 rifle.Whoa!!!! I thought we modify the mags with a dremel. Now people are grinding the bolt catch? Does this work better/if so, how do I go about getting in on the party?
the bolt catch is ~$6.75 :smile:,Color me a chicken, but I'm with the afore-mentioned school of thought that it's safer to modify a $23 magazine than a $2300 rifle.
to each his own, both of these modifications are not some people. I see where you guys are coming from not wanting to modify it, but I don't plan on collecting this rifle and I want to be 100% sure nothing will affect the bolt catch riding high.^yea i dont think id modify my rifle like that..being that it takes all of 30 seconds with an x-acto knife to modify a pmag..