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Posted: 10/11/2001 1:11:03 PM EST
Couple of questions 1) has anyone put a bull-pup stock and it fuction well? 2) will a recoil buffer help prolong the action or is it just a goof? 3) has anyone used a full-auto simulator device with any success on one? thanks, CHuck
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 1:16:39 PM EST
Link Posted: 10/11/2001 10:11:49 PM EST
The MWG bullpup stock is fine IF you only use 10 round mags. The design does not allow for the use of hi-caps due to the position of the pistol grip. You will have to do alot of work like trimming off the casting flash and polishing the trigger transfer bar contact points.
Link Posted: 10/12/2001 4:58:20 AM EST
Link Posted: 10/12/2001 5:44:28 AM EST
I will pick up the unanswered question....the recoil buffer.....makes ith rifle very quite. May extend life since you do not have metal on metal
Link Posted: 10/12/2001 7:43:24 AM EST
Originally Posted By iNuhBaDNayburhood: The reason you filed on your trigger transfer bar is because you tightened the stock too much. Note: if you overtighten the pistol-grip screw and/or the carry-handle screw, the trigger transfer bar sometimes sticks so much that it doesn't work at all! It's because people don't know what tension to which they should tighten the stock.
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Well the reason I polished the transfer bar was that I wanted to try to get a smoother trigger pull. This is the problem with alot of the aftermarket bullpup designs. I bought one of the MWG stocks around 6 years ago and never touched it again after I bought the Butler Creek folder. Since I now have all kinds of free time thanks to the FDCGH's, I will have to try out the grip modification for the high cap mags.
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