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Posted: 3/9/2010 4:44:26 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/9/2010 5:00:17 PM EDT by eracer]
I do have a Streamlite TLR-1, but it's not currently attached. The only other part I will get is a red-dot, but I haven't decided which, or with what mount.

Spikes Lower
Accuracy Speaks Trigger
MEGA upper (ADTEK)
Mil-Spec BCG
Tubbs CS Flat-Wire Buffer Spring
16" Duracoated CL Lothar-Walther 1:9 (Carbine gas system)
YHM Phantom FH
YHM Smooth Forend
Magpul UBR
Magpul AFG
ACOG TA33-GH w/ LaRue LT105
YHM Q.D.S. BUIS

Now if only the 'fun switch' worked...








Link Posted: 3/9/2010 6:32:07 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/9/2010 6:54:47 PM EDT by mrbigman014]
How do you like the afg?
Link Posted: 3/10/2010 3:24:34 AM EDT

Originally Posted By mrbigman014:
How do you like the afg?


It feels very natural. Unlike a VFG, which I could never get comfortable with.
Link Posted: 3/10/2010 6:33:42 AM EDT
Looks good my question is how do you like the stock. I like my AFG on my RRA a lot everytime I shoot it the thing feels better.
Link Posted: 3/10/2010 6:54:20 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 3/10/2010 7:08:31 AM EDT by eracer]

Originally Posted By EdgecrusherXES_45:
Looks good my question is how do you like the stock. I like my AFG on my RRA a lot everytime I shoot it the thing feels better.

The stock is new, so I haven't had any time with it. It's a whole lot sturdier than the collabsible I had on it, that's for sure. LOP for me is too long on an A2 stock, so I was going to buy a Sully. I decided to splurge on the Magpul instead, partly because I like the flexibility of having an adjustable stock. I don't know if it's 'worth' the money for someone like me who will probably never use it in a battle situation. The ACOG is the same way - I could easily do without it. But now I have a great stock, and a great optic, on a 5.56 AR that will shoot 1 MOA with the right ammo.

I like the feature that allows you to pre-set an extended setting.

It has a very positive cheekweld.

Weight seems great - the carbine seems more balanced since I put it on.
Link Posted: 3/10/2010 8:17:13 AM EDT
Thanks for the info I am getting ready to build a 20" AR and was thinking about that stock but was unsure how it felt and the weight of it. Is it heavier then a standard A2 stock if so I will probably get it.
Link Posted: 3/10/2010 10:11:38 AM EDT

Originally Posted By EdgecrusherXES_45:
Thanks for the info I am getting ready to build a 20" AR and was thinking about that stock but was unsure how it felt and the weight of it. Is it heavier then a standard A2 stock if so I will probably get it.

If you want a heavy stock, buy the Magpul PRS.

The UBR weighs 1.5 lb. in its standard configuration (does not include buffer, spring, etc.)

The PRS weighs 1.9 lb. (I've got one on my 20" Grendel.)

I don't know what an A2 weighs. I had a Colt 6830 with an A2 stock, and it was too long for me. I would have replaced it if I hadn't sold the rifle outright.
Link Posted: 3/10/2010 10:43:34 AM EDT
Originally Posted By eracer:

Originally Posted By EdgecrusherXES_45:
Thanks for the info I am getting ready to build a 20" AR and was thinking about that stock but was unsure how it felt and the weight of it. Is it heavier then a standard A2 stock if so I will probably get it.

If you want a heavy stock, buy the Magpul PRS.

The UBR weighs 1.5 lb. in its standard configuration (does not include buffer, spring, etc.)

The PRS weighs 1.9 lb. (I've got one on my 20" Grendel.)

I don't know what an A2 weighs. I had a Colt 6830 with an A2 stock, and it was too long for me. I would have replaced it if I hadn't sold the rifle outright.


I looked at that but I just do not like the PRS stock. I liked the UBR just I need to handle one in all honesty. Your input is appreciated though.
Link Posted: 3/10/2010 11:35:01 AM EDT
I say you have good taste in guns.
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