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Link Posted: 9/15/2015 2:42:12 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By JJREA:


Sooooo, is that mini red dot the primary optic on that last gun? I was wondering if we might see this at some point.......
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Sooooo, is that mini red dot the primary optic on that last gun? I was wondering if we might see this at some point.......


Yes, but it's only 1:1000 so not clone-worthy.
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 5:20:45 AM EDT
Here's another Navy Mk18-1 and Mk25






CD
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 7:22:05 AM EDT
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Thanks, CD! This one's marked just like the last one. Is the "18-1" designation the same as "Mk18 Mod 1", or would this officially be "18-1"? I realize the property books may be the most official reference, but I'm asking about common usage. I don't see Mk12 Mod 0's called 12-0, for example.

Is that a black 99051 on that weapon?

Be safe!
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 7:49:50 AM EDT
That definitely looks engraved after the receiver was possibly repainted or refinished. You can see the chatter marks on the straight line from the end mill.
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 8:44:18 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By TurbineBoiler:
Thanks, CD! This one's marked just like the last one. Is the "18-1" designation the same as "Mk18 Mod 1", or would this officially be "18-1"? I realize the property books may be the most official reference, but I'm asking about common usage. I don't see Mk12 Mod 0's called 12-0, for example.

Is that a black 99051 on that weapon?


Be safe!
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Originally Posted By TurbineBoiler:
Thanks, CD! This one's marked just like the last one. Is the "18-1" designation the same as "Mk18 Mod 1", or would this officially be "18-1"? I realize the property books may be the most official reference, but I'm asking about common usage. I don't see Mk12 Mod 0's called 12-0, for example.

Is that a black 99051 on that weapon?


Be safe!
Mk12 Mod 0s haven't been produced in a long time.
I doubt Crane still builds the Mk12 Mod 1
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 8:57:24 AM EDT


The operator wear on these rigs has me mesmerized!
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 9:37:02 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By brodband8:

btw, I'm making it my life's mission to clone that fuckin' MRDS gun.
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I lust that set up with the MRDS so hard.
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 10:05:59 AM EDT
Found out yesterday my can was approved on 24 August. Dealer still hasn't seen the stamp..... I was just about to part this thing out....
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 11:25:35 AM EDT
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Mind blowed.
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 11:30:34 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By Mad4wd:
That definitely looks engraved after the receiver was possibly repainted or refinished. You can see the chatter marks on the straight line from the end mill.
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The finish looks really thick on the lower too. Like moly-resin or something.

Any ideas, CD?
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 11:52:34 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By CloneDiseased:
Mind blowed.
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Mind blowed.
I'm not gonna say I told yall so


Link Posted: 9/15/2015 11:56:37 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By Nameless_Hobo:
Any of you dudes have that picture of the rifle with the Anniston Army Depot stamping on the lower? Trying to find a matching set of letter punches.

ETA: Found it.
http://i484.photobucket.com/albums/rr201/h1h0ag/1_zpsbrylcuh9.jpg
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Here is the the full 5k res version of that picture. linky

The punches they use would likely be the Young Bros. brand http://www.youngbrosstampworks.com/about.html You should be able to do some pixel size comparisons with the mag release ridges and the stamping to figure the correct size.

Don't forget to get numbers do the month/year stamping as well

Edit; found the second photo for the first image, looks like that one is stamped 8 03 hirez
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 12:50:16 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By DontBuryMe:


The finish looks really thick on the lower too. Like moly-resin or something.

Any ideas, CD?
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Originally Posted By DontBuryMe:
Originally Posted By Mad4wd:
That definitely looks engraved after the receiver was possibly repainted or refinished. You can see the chatter marks on the straight line from the end mill.


The finish looks really thick on the lower too. Like moly-resin or something.

Any ideas, CD?


I'll talk to the Gunners Mate tomorrow as he knows about what happened to the guns (that gun is his by the way)


CD
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 12:56:01 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Combat_Diver:


I'll talk to the Gunners Mate tomorrow as he knows about what happened to the guns (that gun is his by the way)


CD
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Originally Posted By DontBuryMe:
Originally Posted By Mad4wd:
That definitely looks engraved after the receiver was possibly repainted or refinished. You can see the chatter marks on the straight line from the end mill.


The finish looks really thick on the lower too. Like moly-resin or something.

Any ideas, CD?


I'll talk to the Gunners Mate tomorrow as he knows about what happened to the guns (that gun is his by the way)


CD


Right on.
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 1:40:11 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By brodband8:


btw, I'm making it my life's mission to clone that fuckin' MRDS gun.
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Is that a trijicon?
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 1:43:28 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By JJREA:


Is that a trijicon?
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Originally Posted By JJREA:
Originally Posted By brodband8:


btw, I'm making it my life's mission to clone that fuckin' MRDS gun.


Is that a trijicon?

The MRDS is made by insight, Trijicon makes the RMR
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 1:48:35 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By MILSPEC556:

The MRDS is made by insight, Trijicon makes the RMR
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Originally Posted By MILSPEC556:
Originally Posted By JJREA:
Originally Posted By brodband8:


btw, I'm making it my life's mission to clone that fuckin' MRDS gun.


Is that a trijicon?

The MRDS is made by insight, Trijicon makes the RMR


Yep, made by Insight. Same guys who make the WMX200, PEQ-15 and LA-5.
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 1:53:50 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By DontBuryMe:


The finish looks really thick on the lower too. Like moly-resin or something.

Any ideas, CD?
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Originally Posted By DontBuryMe:
Originally Posted By Mad4wd:
That definitely looks engraved after the receiver was possibly repainted or refinished. You can see the chatter marks on the straight line from the end mill.


The finish looks really thick on the lower too. Like moly-resin or something.

Any ideas, CD?

Whatever is on it, looks like doodoo.

Now that he's posted like, 3 of these things, I'd feel confident guessing that they are marked as such in the property books, because I don't see them going through the trouble on that many lowers if it wasn't.
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 2:03:59 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By RJeff21:


Yep, made by Insight. Same guys who make the WMX200, PEQ-15 and LA-5.
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Originally Posted By RJeff21:
Originally Posted By MILSPEC556:
Originally Posted By JJREA:
Originally Posted By brodband8:


btw, I'm making it my life's mission to clone that fuckin' MRDS gun.


Is that a trijicon?

The MRDS is made by insight, Trijicon makes the RMR


Yep, made by Insight. Same guys who make the WMX200, PEQ-15 and LA-5.


Don't forget the wildly successful Integrated Sighting Module.








Link Posted: 9/15/2015 2:33:34 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By DontBuryMe:


Don't forget the wildly successful Integrated Sighting Module.








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Originally Posted By DontBuryMe:
Originally Posted By RJeff21:
Originally Posted By MILSPEC556:
Originally Posted By JJREA:
Originally Posted By brodband8:


btw, I'm making it my life's mission to clone that fuckin' MRDS gun.


Is that a trijicon?

The MRDS is made by insight, Trijicon makes the RMR


Yep, made by Insight. Same guys who make the WMX200, PEQ-15 and LA-5.


Don't forget the wildly successful Integrated Sighting Module.










I actually want one with the ir laser
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 2:34:40 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By asmig:



Here is the the full 5k res version of that picture. linky

The punches they use would likely be the Young Bros. brand http://www.youngbrosstampworks.com/about.html You should be able to do some pixel size comparisons with the mag release ridges and the stamping to figure the correct size.

Don't forget to get numbers do the month/year stamping as well http://i.imgur.com/AJByBMu.jpg

Edit; found the second photo for the first image, looks like that one is stamped 8 03 hirez
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Originally Posted By asmig:
Originally Posted By Nameless_Hobo:
Any of you dudes have that picture of the rifle with the Anniston Army Depot stamping on the lower? Trying to find a matching set of letter punches.

ETA: Found it.
http://i484.photobucket.com/albums/rr201/h1h0ag/1_zpsbrylcuh9.jpg



Here is the the full 5k res version of that picture. linky

The punches they use would likely be the Young Bros. brand http://www.youngbrosstampworks.com/about.html You should be able to do some pixel size comparisons with the mag release ridges and the stamping to figure the correct size.

Don't forget to get numbers do the month/year stamping as well http://i.imgur.com/AJByBMu.jpg

Edit; found the second photo for the first image, looks like that one is stamped 8 03 hirez


For the record Asmig, your labels are bomb proof (unless you try to peel it off)

I stripped my A2 lower yesterday and caked the label with citristrip multiple times for extended periods, then scrubbed it and around it with a stiff brush. The thing still looks brand new
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 3:05:03 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By MILSPEC556:

Now that he's posted like, 3 of these things, I'd feel confident guessing that they are marked as such in the property books, because I don't see them going through the trouble on that many lowers if it wasn't.
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Originally Posted By MILSPEC556:
Originally Posted By DontBuryMe:
Originally Posted By Mad4wd:
That definitely looks engraved after the receiver was possibly repainted or refinished. You can see the chatter marks on the straight line from the end mill.


The finish looks really thick on the lower too. Like moly-resin or something.

Any ideas, CD?

Now that he's posted like, 3 of these things, I'd feel confident guessing that they are marked as such in the property books, because I don't see them going through the trouble on that many lowers if it wasn't.
The NAVY 18-1 is now operationally official to all clone operators that operate. I realize that ATF requires the model number for Form 1's, so unfortunately we can't simply engrave lines through them and add the NAVY 18-1 on our already approved SBR's. However, if someone did so before sending off the paperwork, I think said engraving would work out. ...list the model number as NAVY 18-1
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 3:17:04 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By MILSPEC556:


For the record Asmig, your labels are bomb proof (unless you try to peel it off)

I stripped my A2 lower yesterday and caked the label with citristrip multiple times for extended periods, then scrubbed it and around it with a stiff brush. The thing still looks brand new
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Originally Posted By MILSPEC556:
Originally Posted By asmig:
Originally Posted By Nameless_Hobo:
Any of you dudes have that picture of the rifle with the Anniston Army Depot stamping on the lower? Trying to find a matching set of letter punches.

ETA: Found it.
http://i484.photobucket.com/albums/rr201/h1h0ag/1_zpsbrylcuh9.jpg



Here is the the full 5k res version of that picture. linky

The punches they use would likely be the Young Bros. brand http://www.youngbrosstampworks.com/about.html You should be able to do some pixel size comparisons with the mag release ridges and the stamping to figure the correct size.

Don't forget to get numbers do the month/year stamping as well http://i.imgur.com/AJByBMu.jpg

Edit; found the second photo for the first image, looks like that one is stamped 8 03 hirez


For the record Asmig, your labels are bomb proof (unless you try to peel it off)

I stripped my A2 lower yesterday and caked the label with citristrip multiple times for extended periods, then scrubbed it and around it with a stiff brush. The thing still looks brand new
the TESA material is scratch (to a certain degree) and chemical resistant
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 5:27:27 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By MILSPEC556:

The MRDS is made by insight, Trijicon makes the RMR
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Originally Posted By MILSPEC556:
Originally Posted By JJREA:
Originally Posted By brodband8:


btw, I'm making it my life's mission to clone that fuckin' MRDS gun.


Is that a trijicon?

The MRDS is made by insight, Trijicon makes the RMR



So does that mean a civilian can't own one?
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 5:29:10 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By JJREA:



So does that mean a civilian can't own one?
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Originally Posted By JJREA:
Originally Posted By MILSPEC556:
Originally Posted By JJREA:
Originally Posted By brodband8:


btw, I'm making it my life's mission to clone that fuckin' MRDS gun.


Is that a trijicon?

The MRDS is made by insight, Trijicon makes the RMR



So does that mean a civilian can't own one?


I don't quite get the joke, if this is one lol.

Yes, you can own one.
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 5:38:56 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By DontBuryMe:


I don't quite get the joke, if this is one lol.

Yes, you can own one.
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Originally Posted By DontBuryMe:
Originally Posted By JJREA:
Originally Posted By MILSPEC556:
Originally Posted By JJREA:
Originally Posted By brodband8:


btw, I'm making it my life's mission to clone that fuckin' MRDS gun.


Is that a trijicon?

The MRDS is made by insight, Trijicon makes the RMR



So does that mean a civilian can't own one?


I don't quite get the joke, if this is one lol.

Yes, you can own one.


Insight and L3 like to keep their shit mil-only as much as possible, if they get a procurement contract for gear.
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Cuz you can't own a bunch of their lasers. I thought. It was probably a dumb joke. I didn't recall seeing this red dot for sale anywhere, and I've been browsing lately. But I may have missed.

ETA: you got top of page dude (armedferret horseyhead)......



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Cuz you can't own a bunch of their lasers. I thought. It was probably a dumb joke. I didn't recall seeing this red dot for sale anywhere, and I've been browsing lately. But I may have missed.

ETA: you got top of page dude (armedferret horseyhead)......

http://i343.photobucket.com/albums/o475/NomadABPos/gun%20album%20I%202015/fcc27a93feea8e3923ef803b54e1b739_zpsqvuhrmqd.jpg

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This pic was my excuse when I ran the black 553.

There's no mil only for the MRDS. Just the non ATPIAL-C lasers, and as of recently the WMX, and some other fancy shit.
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LOL I know him, old high school friend. Awesome guy, and I do truly mean that. Special Forces IIRC, was in .mil before 9/11 and re-uped afterwards. I sent him a link to this

FWIW he says he loves the Elcan; it's a "touch heavy" but "super versatile"

And if he's reading, he'll know who I am and probably give me a ration of well deserved shit

But at least I wasn't the one who raided his FB page and posted a photo, so I got that going for me
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LOL I know him, old high school friend. Awesome guy, and I do truly mean that. Special Forces IIRC, was in .mil before 9/11 and re-uped afterwards. I sent him a link to this

FWIW he says he loves the Elcan; it's a "touch heavy" but "super versatile"

And if he's reading, he'll know who I am and probably give me a ration of well deserved shit

But at least I wasn't the one who raided his FB page and posted a photo, so I got that going for me
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LOL I know him, old high school friend. Awesome guy, and I do truly mean that. Special Forces IIRC, was in .mil before 9/11 and re-uped afterwards. I sent him a link to this

FWIW he says he loves the Elcan; it's a "touch heavy" but "super versatile"

And if he's reading, he'll know who I am and probably give me a ration of well deserved shit

But at least I wasn't the one who raided his FB page and posted a photo, so I got that going for me

Tell him to get in here and tell B6 that teardrop forward assists are in fact, in use.

For the record, if he is reading this, I didn't steal his pic either. It either came from a google image search for CQBR, or......ArmedFerret stole it. We will go with option number 2.
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 7:30:18 PM EDT
I've received several messages regarding AU and SF suppressors

Here is my current timeline ...

Jun 29 - I purchase the suppressor from AU
Jul 07 - AU contacts me for FFL information
Jul 07 - My FFL sends his information to AU
??? ?? - AU submits their F3
??? ?? - F3 approved by ATF
Sep 15 - AU ships my suppressor to my dealer
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 7:47:58 PM EDT
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I'm in! :)
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Originally Posted By azoutdoorsman:
ATTN Roadblock and other Michigan members:

I will be near Lansing this Sunday for shooting purposes, with a couple of clones, SR15, and sidearms. Let's meet up at least for a beer if you can't shoot. Feel free to IM me for details.





I'm in! :)


I'm in too. Sending an IM now.
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Originally Posted By MILSPEC556:
Originally Posted By MILSPEC556:
*******OFFHAND CQBR CHALLEGE*******

When you guys post your results, I'll need the following- (I'll keep it minimal since we all know the ground rules, and that ONLY CQBR's can be used)

* Your barrel brand and length

* Optic used

* Ammunition used (refer to DBM's rule list for challenge legal ammo)

* Your smallest group size of the three targets

* Your AVERAGED total score of the three targets

(for the dumb dumbs, you add the total score of all hits on all 3 targets, and divide by the amount of targets used (3) ) This averaged total is out of 100 possible points.


If anybody wants anything else added to the score card, let me know. I'm open to anything that isn't a given, meaning we don't need distance, shooting position etc, as these are constants.


*******DBM'S OFFHAND CQBR CHALLENGE RULE LIST*******


If these rules don't work for everyone for some reason, let me know. 

-50 yards 
-10 rounds 
-10 seconds (time begins with first shot) 
-IPSC paper target 
-Standing position 
-CQBR clone with appropriate optic or irons 
-Only the following types of ammunition may be used (some form of commercial load advertised as such)- M855, M193, Mk262, Mk318 (tell me if I am missing something) 

Scoring as follows: 

Possible score of 100/100. 

Hits in the A zone are 10 pts each. B is 9, C is 8, D is 7. 

Shots that do not impact the target receive a score of 0. 

Shooters will shoot three separate clean targets, score them and use the average of all three as their score here. This is intended to mitigate the "luck" factor that Stoner mentioned previously. 

Ex: a 90/100, a 97/100 and a 99/100 will give you a score of 95.3/100. 

Ties go to the shooter with the SINGLE smallest group out of their three. 



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If any of you guys that haven't seen them before wanted a closer look
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Well, was able to get out shooting today, but Fedex took for fucking ever to deliver my damn targets, so I wasn't able to shoot the competition. Seriously, I waited til 4 and they still weren't here.

Anyways, this is all I got from today.

Link Posted: 9/15/2015 8:03:46 PM EDT
Latest suppressor was just approved today but I won't be home to get it for a while
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I wish insight would still sell the mount kit separately, I bought a basic kit for a good deal thinking I could pick up the rest later but they discontinued selling the hoods and bases.
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Well, was able to get out shooting today, but Fedex took for fucking ever to deliver my damn targets, so I wasn't able to shoot the competition. Seriously, I waited til 4 and they still weren't here.

Anyways, this is all I got from today.

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I don't forgive you.
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I've seen them, but not that mount in the second pic. Is that absolute?

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Originally Posted By asmig:
...they discontinued selling the hoods and bases.


EVERYTHING I LOVE DIES.
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 8:18:17 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By DontBuryMe:


I've seen them, but not that mount in the second pic. Is that absolute?

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EVERYTHING I LOVE DIES.
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Originally Posted By DontBuryMe:


I've seen them, but not that mount in the second pic. Is that absolute?

ETA:


Originally Posted By asmig:
...they discontinued selling the hoods and bases.


EVERYTHING I LOVE DIES.


I actually have that base in tan, the one in the second pic. Speaking of weird Insight shit, have we talked about these new WMX200's? I've never seen these. Looks like a handheld WMX in a modified version of their rotating mount.

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I actually have that base in tan, the one in the second pic. Speaking of weird Insight shit, have we talked about these new WMX200's? I've never seen these. Looks like a handheld WMX in a modified version of their rotating mount.

http://i.imgur.com/MDIhu0J.jpg
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Originally Posted By RJeff21:
Originally Posted By DontBuryMe:


I've seen them, but not that mount in the second pic. Is that absolute?

ETA:


Originally Posted By asmig:
...they discontinued selling the hoods and bases.


EVERYTHING I LOVE DIES.


I actually have that base in tan, the one in the second pic. Speaking of weird Insight shit, have we talked about these new WMX200's? I've never seen these. Looks like a handheld WMX in a modified version of their rotating mount.

http://i.imgur.com/MDIhu0J.jpg

It's a positional mount

It alows you to flip the light from parallel to offset, kind of like a flip over magnifier mount
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Originally Posted By DontBuryMe:

I've seen them, but not that mount in the second pic. Is that absolute?

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EVERYTHING I LOVE DIES.
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Originally Posted By DontBuryMe:

I've seen them, but not that mount in the second pic. Is that absolute?

ETA:


Originally Posted By asmig:
...they discontinued selling the hoods and bases.


EVERYTHING I LOVE DIES.


Yes, they call it a rail grabber mount
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Originally Posted By RJeff21:Speaking of weird Insight shit, have we talked about these new WMX200's? I've never seen these. Looks like a handheld WMX in a modified version of their rotating mount.

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Great catch, and no, I don't believe we've seen or discussed these before. I'm the one that posted the pic and I didn't even notice it. Thought it was just the standard rotation mount WMX. Kind of interesting, would be cool to find a model number or more information. There seems to be a few different versions of the WMX that are rare and hard to get information on like the IR high-output version. It's a bummer that they're so hard to get ahold of being such a great, versatile light.
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Originally Posted By dangerdan:

It's a positional mount


It alows you to flip the light from parallel to offset, kind of like a flip over magnifier mount
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Originally Posted By RJeff21:
I actually have that base in tan, the one in the second pic. Speaking of weird Insight shit, have we talked about these new WMX200's? I've never seen these. Looks like a handheld WMX in a modified version of their rotating mount.

http://i.imgur.com/MDIhu0J.jpg

It's a positional mount


It alows you to flip the light from parallel to offset, kind of like a flip over magnifier mount


Yeah, I've got that part. I actually owned a rotational mount WMX200 for a while. This is different than the standard rotational mount version though.

Standard rotational mount:



What appears to be a "clamp" version of their rotational mount:



Notice the three little screws that appear to "clamp" the light in the mount? It's definitely not the same as the original rotational mount version, as it appears the mount is not integral to the light.
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Originally Posted By TinyCrumb:

Great catch, and no, I don't believe we've seen or discussed these before. I'm the one that posted the pic and I didn't even notice it. Thought it was just the standard rotation mount WMX. Kind of interesting, would be cool to find a model number or more information. There seems to be a few different versions of the WMX that are rare and hard to get information on like the IR high-output version. It's a bummer that they're so hard to get ahold of being such a great, versatile light.
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Originally Posted By TinyCrumb:
Originally Posted By RJeff21:Speaking of weird Insight shit, have we talked about these new WMX200's? I've never seen these. Looks like a handheld WMX in a modified version of their rotating mount.

http://i.imgur.com/MDIhu0J.jpg

Great catch, and no, I don't believe we've seen or discussed these before. I'm the one that posted the pic and I didn't even notice it. Thought it was just the standard rotation mount WMX. Kind of interesting, would be cool to find a model number or more information. There seems to be a few different versions of the WMX that are rare and hard to get information on like the IR high-output version. It's a bummer that they're so hard to get ahold of being such a great, versatile light.


I had an IR-H rotational mount WMX, but traded it away. Augee has it now.

ETA: There are a bunch of pics with these weird clamp WMX200's near the bottom of Pg 1000.
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Originally Posted By sweatpants:
I've received several messages regarding AU and SF suppressors

Here is my current timeline ...

Jun 29 - I purchase the suppressor from AU
Jul 07 - AU contacts me for FFL information
Jul 07 - My FFL sends his information to AU
??? ?? - AU submits their F3
??? ?? - F3 approved by ATF
Sep 15 - AU ships my suppressor to my dealer
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So there is hope, I may have to order one after all.
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Originally Posted By RifleManWI:

So there is hope, I may have to order one after all.
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Originally Posted By RifleManWI:
Originally Posted By sweatpants:
I've received several messages regarding AU and SF suppressors

Here is my current timeline ...

Jun 29 - I purchase the suppressor from AU
Jul 07 - AU contacts me for FFL information
Jul 07 - My FFL sends his information to AU
??? ?? - AU submits their F3
??? ?? - F3 approved by ATF
Sep 15 - AU ships my suppressor to my dealer

So there is hope, I may have to order one after all.


Doooo itttttt.
Link Posted: 9/15/2015 9:12:59 PM EDT
Action pics from this weekends training class


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Basically have everything to clone this guys gun. Gonna throw on one of my teardrop forward assists and find a knights NT4 flash hider





Link Posted: 9/15/2015 9:16:06 PM EDT
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