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Link Posted: 9/18/2023 4:17:44 PM EST
[Last Edit: Samson-Dogg] [#1]
Funny story on the older Ergo grips. I purchased one a while back to clone the FDNY gun. Then I recently pulled out an old spikes 11.5 I used to beat on back before I got into clones. Low and behold it had an old style Ergo grip on it. I actually had one and never knew. So now I have 2.

I have been back and forth about going with a labradar. It is much les cumbersom than Magnettospeed. But... the missed shots and complicated set up have me just sticking with the magnettospeed. Pistol loads are a different story but I really do not chrono those much. I crank out blaster 9mm on my RL1100 and rarel change anything. If the Labradar just woked a touch better.....maybe. Your experience with it is what I have read and heard a lot but then there are some that I think have extensive experience with it that it works very well for. Dont think I am quite there.
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Link Posted: 9/18/2023 6:10:14 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Samson-Dogg:
Funny story on the older Ergo grips. I purchased one a while back to clone the FDNY gun. Then I recently pulled out an old spikes 11.5 I used to beat on back before I got into clones. Low and behold it had an old style Ergo grip on it. I actually had one and never knew. So now I have 2.

I have been back and forth about going with a labradar. It is much les cumbersom than Magnettospeed. But... the missed shots and complicated set up have me just sticking with the magnettospeed. Pistol loads are a different story but I really do not chrono those much. I crank out blaster 9mm on my RL1100 and rarel change anything. If the Labradar just woked a touch better.....maybe. Your experience with it is what I have read and heard a lot but then there are some that I think have extensive experience with it that it works very well for. Dont think I am quite there.
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Took me a few trips to figure out the LR, but I wouldn’t trade it for any piece of range gear at this point. Get the inertial trigger so you don’t have to worry about getting missed readings while suppressed, or it’s windy, or you’re at a public range near another shooter. Once you figure out what stand you want to use it on you just set it up the same for every rifle and then you’re good to go. Oh, and you can’t shoot it, which is a plus
Link Posted: 9/19/2023 8:59:03 AM EST
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Link Posted: 9/19/2023 11:53:39 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Shlouf:
WOA spr barrels on sale today only

https://www.whiteoakarmament.com/shop/whats-new/pirate-day-specials.html
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That's a good deal. I've never heard anything bad about WOA barrels.
Link Posted: 9/20/2023 2:22:21 PM EST
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Can anyone confirm that the correct Butler Creek scope covers for the illuminated Vari-X III tactical 3.5-10 are 25 obj 18 eye?
Link Posted: 9/20/2023 4:48:36 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Svensson:
Can anyone confirm that the correct Butler Creek scope covers for the illuminated Vari-X III tactical 3.5-10 are 25 obj 18 eye?
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I have #13 eye, 25-27 "multiflex" objective on mine.  Fit is perfect.
Link Posted: 9/20/2023 4:53:53 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Svensson:
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My set says 23,25,26,27 OBJ and 10,11,13 for the ocular.
Link Posted: 9/20/2023 6:16:15 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Svensson:
Can anyone confirm that the correct Butler Creek scope covers for the illuminated Vari-X III tactical 3.5-10 are 25 obj 18 eye?
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Link Posted: 9/21/2023 11:34:52 AM EST
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Thanks everyone. The old chart I found must be a bit off.
Link Posted: 9/22/2023 4:41:20 PM EST
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Range day.

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Link Posted: 9/23/2023 6:52:03 AM EST
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Originally Posted By TheTacticalCoyote:
Range day.

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Very nice.

Figured you were the Tac Coyote from the AK Files. How does your Obstroperus barrel on the Tigr shoot?
Link Posted: 9/23/2023 12:37:32 PM EST
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Freshened up the mod o with some better glass and an offset scrs.

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Link Posted: 9/23/2023 1:57:59 PM EST
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Link Posted: 9/23/2023 4:49:26 PM EST
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Needs paint
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Originally Posted By SecretSquirell:

Needs paint



I know

Wish there was someone near me that does jam up paint jobs.
Link Posted: 9/23/2023 5:16:10 PM EST
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I know

Wish there was someone near me that does jam up paint jobs.
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Originally Posted By Duck_Hunt:
Originally Posted By SecretSquirell:

Needs paint



I know

Wish there was someone near me that does jam up paint jobs.

Nah, you can do it. It's not in-flight missile repair, just gather the paints, mask off the important bits (ain't gotta be perfect), start with a light coat of the lightest color, then add some darker layers. Don't chase "perfect", you'll over do it and be unhappy about the result. It usually helps to start drinking and when you hit that "fuck it" level of buzz, start spraying.
Link Posted: 9/23/2023 6:07:24 PM EST
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Originally Posted By SecretSquirell:

Nah, you can do it. It's not in-flight missile repair, just gather the paints, mask off the important bits (ain't gotta be perfect), start with a light coat of the lightest color, then add some darker layers. Don't chase "perfect", you'll over do it and be unhappy about the result. It usually helps to start drinking and when you hit that "fuck it" level of buzz, start spraying.
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Originally Posted By SecretSquirell:
Originally Posted By Duck_Hunt:
Originally Posted By SecretSquirell:

Needs paint



I know

Wish there was someone near me that does jam up paint jobs.

Nah, you can do it. It's not in-flight missile repair, just gather the paints, mask off the important bits (ain't gotta be perfect), start with a light coat of the lightest color, then add some darker layers. Don't chase "perfect", you'll over do it and be unhappy about the result. It usually helps to start drinking and when you hit that "fuck it" level of buzz, start spraying.


What he said. $30 in spray paint from Amazon, an old laundry bag, and a couple of beers and you’re golden.  

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Link Posted: 9/24/2023 7:11:36 AM EST
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Originally Posted By towerofpower94:


What he said. $30 in spray paint from Amazon, an old laundry bag, and a couple of beers and you’re golden.  

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Originally Posted By towerofpower94:
Originally Posted By SecretSquirell:
Originally Posted By Duck_Hunt:
Originally Posted By SecretSquirell:

Needs paint



I know

Wish there was someone near me that does jam up paint jobs.

Nah, you can do it. It's not in-flight missile repair, just gather the paints, mask off the important bits (ain't gotta be perfect), start with a light coat of the lightest color, then add some darker layers. Don't chase "perfect", you'll over do it and be unhappy about the result. It usually helps to start drinking and when you hit that "fuck it" level of buzz, start spraying.


What he said. $30 in spray paint from Amazon, an old laundry bag, and a couple of beers and you’re golden.  

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Looks good
Link Posted: 9/24/2023 6:52:53 PM EST
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Hit an indoor range (yuck) with a retired AF buddy I hadn’t seen in a while and let him try out the SPR.  I think he caught the itch.  Just got a text that he wants to kick off a Holland build

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Link Posted: 9/24/2023 7:51:15 PM EST
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Hit an indoor range (yuck) with a retired AF buddy I hadn’t seen in a while and let him try out the SPR.  I think he caught the itch.  Just got a text that he wants to kick off a Holland build

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Link Posted: 9/24/2023 8:03:51 PM EST
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Originally Posted By teamjawbox:
Hit an indoor range (yuck) with a retired AF buddy I hadn’t seen in a while and let him try out the SPR.  I think he caught the itch.  Just got a text that he wants to kick off a Holland build

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Your mod 0 is super sexy.
Link Posted: 9/24/2023 8:26:13 PM EST
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Your mod 0 is super sexy.
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Originally Posted By teamjawbox:
Hit an indoor range (yuck) with a retired AF buddy I hadn’t seen in a while and let him try out the SPR.  I think he caught the itch.  Just got a text that he wants to kick off a Holland build

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Your mod 0 is super sexy.


Thanks!  Had a lot of help from a particular someone to get it where it is.  Still need some correct pic rails for it, but definitely shoots like a dream.  It quickly replaced my late mod 0 as my go-to MK12.
Link Posted: 9/27/2023 7:07:31 PM EST
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Since Eagle TAS-1 slings are unobtainium, what is a close standin/clone I could use?
Link Posted: 9/27/2023 7:36:32 PM EST
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Specter gear have been photo’d on multiple mod 1’s.

ETA pics. Second appears to be their raider 2-point sling and top appears to be their 3-point sling which is their version of the TAS-1.  Edit 2:  Sorry, that’s a BFG on top with a Specter buttstock adapter.  Added a third pic with full specter setup.

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Link Posted: 9/28/2023 1:37:39 AM EST
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  I'm assembling the various width webbing, velcro and elastic in black, as well as the proprietary ACW quick release buckle, the 6 other pieces of hardware needed to make them:

  I'll make a dozen or so complete slings from the front sling swivel adapter, the sling itself, with the M16A1 Rifle Buttstock Adapter (the most labor intensive and intricate component) being optional.

Engineer5  sent me a scan of the original instruction sheet.

Link Posted: 9/28/2023 7:47:55 AM EST
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^^^^

You Sir, are a saint. I need the whole kit and kaboodle too.
Link Posted: 9/28/2023 8:03:57 AM EST
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Originally Posted By stoner63a:
  I'm assembling the various width webbing, velcro and elastic in black, as well as the proprietary ACW quick release buckle, the 6 other pieces of hardware needed to make them:

  I'll make a dozen or so complete slings from the front sling swivel adapter, the sling itself, with the M16A1 Rifle Buttstock Adapter (the most labor intensive and intricate component) being optional.

Engineer5  sent me a scan of the original instruction sheet.

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Originally Posted By Blacktridenttactical:
Since Eagle TAS-1 slings are unobtainium, what is a close standin/clone I could use?
  I'm assembling the various width webbing, velcro and elastic in black, as well as the proprietary ACW quick release buckle, the 6 other pieces of hardware needed to make them:

  I'll make a dozen or so complete slings from the front sling swivel adapter, the sling itself, with the M16A1 Rifle Buttstock Adapter (the most labor intensive and intricate component) being optional.

Engineer5  sent me a scan of the original instruction sheet.



That's awesome. I have the sling along with the front-end bits, but the stock cup eludes me still....
Link Posted: 9/28/2023 8:39:39 AM EST
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.....
Link Posted: 9/28/2023 12:46:22 PM EST
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Originally Posted By stoner63a:
  I'm assembling the various width webbing, velcro and elastic in black, as well as the proprietary ACW quick release buckle, the 6 other pieces of hardware needed to make them:

  I'll make a dozen or so complete slings from the front sling swivel adapter, the sling itself, with the M16A1 Rifle Buttstock Adapter (the most labor intensive and intricate component) being optional.

Engineer5  sent me a scan of the original instruction sheet.

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Shut up and take my money
Link Posted: 9/28/2023 2:09:08 PM EST
[#29]
Anyone else get in on the KAC FF long RAS drop from Operation Parts this AM? Been waiting over a year and finally got in on one!
Link Posted: 9/28/2023 2:23:35 PM EST
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Originally Posted By flashooter:
Anyone else get in on the KAC FF long RAS drop from Operation Parts this AM? Been waiting over a year and finally got in on one!
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I got on the list, but haven't heard back as to whether or not I was high enough up on said list.

Fingers crossed I have a voicemail waiting for me
Link Posted: 9/28/2023 7:25:16 PM EST
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Originally Posted By teamjawbox:


Specter gear have been photo'd on multiple mod 1's.

ETA pics. Second appears to be their raider 2-point sling and top appears to be their 3-point sling which is their version of the TAS-1.  Edit 2:  Sorry, that's a BFG on top with a Specter buttstock adapter.  Added a third pic with full specter setup.

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Does specter sell just the fixed stock adapters or are they only available purchasing a sling?
Link Posted: 9/28/2023 7:51:49 PM EST
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Originally Posted By towerofpower94:


I got on the list, but haven't heard back as to whether or not I was high enough up on said list.

Fingers crossed I have a voicemail waiting for me
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I've heard they've been cx'ing orders that weren't on their waitlist
Link Posted: 9/28/2023 8:40:35 PM EST
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Not sure what "waitlist" they had- Ive had email notifications set for about a damn year but thats it. Jumped on there right away and got one. Already have a tracking number that is active so I should be good. I can finally take my URX 3.1 off my MK12 and get it right!
Link Posted: 9/28/2023 9:20:00 PM EST
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Originally Posted By secretwheelman:
Does specter sell just the fixed stock adapters or are they only available purchasing a sling?
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Originally Posted By teamjawbox:


Specter gear have been photo'd on multiple mod 1's.

ETA pics. Second appears to be their raider 2-point sling and top appears to be their 3-point sling which is their version of the TAS-1.  Edit 2:  Sorry, that's a BFG on top with a Specter buttstock adapter.  Added a third pic with full specter setup.

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Does specter sell just the fixed stock adapters or are they only available purchasing a sling?


Not seeing them individually on their site so am guessing they only sell them with a sling now.  That said, their slings are pretty good price at $30-ish.
Link Posted: 9/28/2023 10:19:03 PM EST
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Originally Posted By teamjawbox:


Not seeing them individually on their site so am guessing they only sell them with a sling now.  That said, their slings are pretty good price at $30-ish.
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Originally Posted By secretwheelman:
Originally Posted By teamjawbox:


Specter gear have been photo'd on multiple mod 1's.

ETA pics. Second appears to be their raider 2-point sling and top appears to be their 3-point sling which is their version of the TAS-1.  Edit 2:  Sorry, that's a BFG on top with a Specter buttstock adapter.  Added a third pic with full specter setup.

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Does specter sell just the fixed stock adapters or are they only available purchasing a sling?


Not seeing them individually on their site so am guessing they only sell them with a sling now.  That said, their slings are pretty good price at $30-ish.
Yeah I ordered one, I was just hoping they offered standalone adapters. I have one on my SAM-R, and wanted one to use with a padded VTAC on the mod1.

I have an old GearSector adapter on it now and I have never been happy with it.
Link Posted: 9/29/2023 3:08:16 AM EST
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Originally Posted By flashooter:
Not sure what "waitlist" they had- Ive had email notifications set for about a damn year but thats it. Jumped on there right away and got one. Already have a tracking number that is active so I should be good. I can finally take my URX 3.1 off my MK12 and get it right!
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URX 3.1 on a Mk 12 sounds hot. What are you going to move it to?
Link Posted: 9/29/2023 7:22:32 AM EST
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I've heard they've been cx'ing orders that weren't on their waitlist
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Originally Posted By towerofpower94:


I got on the list, but haven't heard back as to whether or not I was high enough up on said list.

Fingers crossed I have a voicemail waiting for me


I've heard they've been cx'ing orders that weren't on their waitlist


Was the Kevin guy and his number posted a few pages back Operations Parts? That's who I got on a waitlist with, and he has shipped a couple batches by this point it seems.

ETA: nm, I'm on the waitlist with Dennis Todd
Link Posted: 9/29/2023 2:15:27 PM EST
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It does look pretty cool but the MK12 gas black actually touches so I had to swap that out as well. The 3.1 will go back on my 16in RECCE build and the MK16 rail on that will probably turn into a 14.5 URGI
Link Posted: 9/29/2023 2:18:03 PM EST
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I can't remember what I post so if this is a dupe, fight me

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Originally Posted By Into_the_Void:
I can't remember what I post so if this is a dupe, fight me

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Your pictures of actual mk12 clones always get a pass in my book. Some of the best ones we have on here.
Link Posted: 10/2/2023 1:19:04 PM EST
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If you signed up for the FF ras wait list with operation parts check your emails. They got a batch in and are working down the list. It will not show up as in stock on their site, they are doing them outside of the website based on the wait list. $467 shipped.
Link Posted: 10/3/2023 2:12:25 AM EST
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Originally Posted By JLAudio:
If you signed up for the FF ras wait list with operation parts check your emails. They got a batch in and are working down the list. It will not show up as in stock on their site, they are doing them outside of the website based on the wait list. $467 shipped.
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That's how companies should do it for parts like that. Fuck scalpers and their bots, if you get on a waitlist for something like that they set aside a rail for you and give you an access code to buy one. Can't even begin to remember how many parts drops I've missed cause some guy had a bot that snagged 10 of them
Link Posted: 10/3/2023 5:03:50 PM EST
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I noticed the price dropped substancially on the scalper prices, still too high though. I saw one listed for $1500 sell just before these drops started happening.
Link Posted: 10/4/2023 8:08:55 AM EST
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Kind of a weird question but I am trying to fill out a NSWC crane hang tag for my mk 12 clone, does anyone have a picture of one that’s filled out I can use as reference?
Link Posted: 10/4/2023 8:51:54 AM EST
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nevermind. pics are too small
Link Posted: 10/4/2023 11:28:26 AM EST
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Kind of a weird question but I am trying to fill out a NSWC crane hang tag for my mk 12 clone, does anyone have a picture of one that’s filled out I can use as reference?
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From issued late mod 0.

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From issued late mod 0.

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Perfect, thank you!
Link Posted: 10/5/2023 5:53:31 PM EST
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Guys with the gen 2 handguard is your collar tight against your forearm? If so how many ft/lb is your barrel nut tightened to? Mine is tightened to 40 ft/lb like the PRI site says but the holes in the collar to fit the gas tube through arent lining up with the opening in the upper. I can loosen it a little to get everything lined up bit then the collar isnt tight against the forearm and the only thing that is keeping everythng in place and rigid is the top rail.


Link Posted: 10/5/2023 6:34:54 PM EST
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Guys with the gen 2 handguard is your collar tight against your forearm? If so how many ft/lb is your barrel nut tightened to? Mine is tightened to 40 ft/lb like the PRI site says but the holes in the collar to fit the gas tube through arent lining up with the opening in the upper. I can loosen it a little to get everything lined up bit then the collar isnt tight against the forearm and the only thing that is keeping everythng in place and rigid is the top rail.


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PRI suggested 40ft/lb min. You could follow torque specs for standard barrel nuts. and do not exceed 80ft/lb to line up gas tube holes.
Link Posted: 10/5/2023 8:14:40 PM EST
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If anyone is looking for a 3.5-10x40, and you don't mind non-illum, there's one in the EE.

https://www.ar15.com/forums/Equipment-Exchange/WTS-used-Leupold-Mark-4-L-RT-3-5-10X-MilDot/163-2388763/
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