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Link Posted: 10/7/2020 1:43:09 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By -KentuckyWindage-:
*is it wrong that I love shooting my MK17 more than my CQBR?
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No because it is awesome.
Link Posted: 10/7/2020 1:55:36 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Combat_Diver:

When you only have a short time to inspect them, here's another.

https://www.AR15.Com/media/mediaFiles/32677/IMG_3217_jpg-1624626.JPG


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CD, thanks again for everything you contribute to this massive thread.  Are the 14.5” barrels that come through your workflow government profile or SOCOM profile?  Just curious about what’s under the hood on that URGI.  Thanks!
Link Posted: 10/7/2020 1:59:53 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Spitfire75:

CD, thanks again for everything you contribute to this massive thread.  Are the 14.5" barrels that come through your workflow government profile or SOCOM profile?  Just curious about what's under the hood on that URGI.  Thanks!
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Not CD but URGI's have gov. profile DD mid-length gas system 14.5" Barrels
Link Posted: 10/7/2020 2:04:49 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By -KentuckyWindage-:
Range day is the best day! (Wife P.R. On the left) she had a blast with it this morning... guess iam going to have to SBR it now.... also the highlander isn't mine, it's a loaner until my truck comes in that I ordered so don't judge me

*is it wrong that I love shooting my MK17 more than my CQBR?
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no cause mk17s are the tits and I can't wait to get mine back and set up... in the mean time, "it"came in :)

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Link Posted: 10/7/2020 2:14:57 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Spitfire75:

CD, thanks again for everything you contribute to this massive thread.  Are the 14.5” barrels that come through your workflow government profile or SOCOM profile?  Just curious about what’s under the hood on that URGI.  Thanks!
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@Spitfire75

https://www.ar15.com/forums/ar-15/Official-M4A1-USASOC-URG-I-and-Clone-Picture-and-Discussion-Thread/118-722381/
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Link Posted: 10/7/2020 2:39:58 PM EDT
If anyone needs ammo Natchez has cases of Fed M193 for $520

best price i've seen in about a month...
Link Posted: 10/7/2020 3:09:32 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Zakk_Wylde_470:
I love the juxtaposition of everyone's perfectly posed and photographed and post-processed clones next to C_D's pictures where he's just like "here's a gun on the floor, you know you love it"
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Hey, I didn't upgrade from my decade-old Canon point n' shoot to a DSLR not to use it, lol.

Actually, if it weren't for wanting to take better clone pics, I doubt I would've ever had a desire to learn anything semi-advanced about photography. Prior to that, I couldn't have told you aperture from ISO from shutter speed or what any of those settings did. Now I generally shoot fully manual, have a decent grasp of what lens to use when and can usually take some fairly decent photos. Thanks, cloning!
Link Posted: 10/7/2020 3:26:35 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By krdt:


Hey, I didn't upgrade from my decade-old Canon point n' shoot to a DSLR not to use it, lol.

Actually, if it weren't for wanting to take better clone pics, I doubt I would've ever had a desire to learn anything semi-advanced about photography. Prior to that, I couldn't have told you aperture from ISO from shutter speed or what any of those settings did. Now I generally shoot fully manual, have a decent grasp of what lens to use when and can usually take some fairly decent photos. Thanks, cloning!
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I just tap my iPhones screen and make it to the shutter noise ... maybe one day I'll learn how to do decent photography
Link Posted: 10/7/2020 9:56:10 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Badger52:
Your photos are the epitome of "from field to table."  
BAF background still not as intriguing as your last outlying "shop" though.

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That's because BAF blows chunks.
Link Posted: 10/8/2020 5:11:50 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By LsuJon:

I just tap my iPhones screen and make it to the shutter noise ... maybe one day I'll learn how to do decent photography
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I’d love to get into photography, but I don’t think I could afford another hobby to blow money on
Link Posted: 10/8/2020 8:51:25 AM EDT
That KAC skyscraper will spoil you.  You'll never go back to shooting a standard/low optic.....I've had to buy risers for all my other guns.
Link Posted: 10/8/2020 4:19:32 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By billytehbob:



I’d love to get into photography, but I don’t think I could afford another hobby to blow money on
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Originally Posted By LsuJon:

I just tap my iPhones screen and make it to the shutter noise ... maybe one day I'll learn how to do decent photography



I’d love to get into photography, but I don’t think I could afford another hobby to blow money on


You can get a very decent Canon DSLR for around $400-$600 including a kit lens; add a Canon 50mm lens for about $100 and you've got a pretty flexible basic kit. Not cheap necessarily, but not a massive investment. You can always add lenses as you go for more specialized purposes. One nice thing is that the lenses are, for the most part, one-time purchases and carry over if/when you want to upgrade to a new DSLR body.

While it's certainly possible to spend tons of money if you get into the really high-end professional gear, it's not necessary to get started. If anything, it's just going to offer capabilities/features you probably won't need or even be able to use starting out. You'll know when your knowledge/skill-level has outgrown the capability of your current equipment and how far you want to go with it at that point. I wouldn't worry about the more expensive gear until then.
Link Posted: 10/8/2020 6:04:02 PM EDT
I swapped out a MK16 rail for a MK18. Not a clone, but inspired.



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Originally Posted By Hydra-shokz:
I swapped out a MK16 rail for a MK18. Not a clone, but inspired.

https://i.ibb.co/4j6ffQj/asd3.jpg

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I cannot lie, the black rails do look good!
Link Posted: 10/8/2020 6:40:10 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 10/8/2020 6:45:41 PM EDT by Zakk_Wylde_470]
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Originally Posted By -KentuckyWindage-:


I cannot lie, the black rails do look good!
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Originally Posted By -KentuckyWindage-:
Originally Posted By Hydra-shokz:
I swapped out a MK16 rail for a MK18. Not a clone, but inspired.

https://i.ibb.co/4j6ffQj/asd3.jpg

https://i.ibb.co/R7GrtdT/asd1.jpg


I cannot lie, the black rails do look good!


Yeah, the all black almost-clones look great.

Originally Posted By krdt:
Originally Posted By Zakk_Wylde_470:
I love the juxtaposition of everyone's perfectly posed and photographed and post-processed clones next to C_D's pictures where he's just like "here's a gun on the floor, you know you love it"


Hey, I didn't upgrade from my decade-old Canon point n' shoot to a DSLR not to use it, lol.

Actually, if it weren't for wanting to take better clone pics, I doubt I would've ever had a desire to learn anything semi-advanced about photography. Prior to that, I couldn't have told you aperture from ISO from shutter speed or what any of those settings did. Now I generally shoot fully manual, have a decent grasp of what lens to use when and can usually take some fairly decent photos. Thanks, cloning!


Oh definitely, if I had the time I'd get my DSLR out for some fancy-pants pictures, too
Link Posted: 10/8/2020 7:15:50 PM EDT
Last piece of the cqbr came in today and installed. USGI surplus teardrop forward assist.
Official done buying parts for this build.... until I feel bad for it being too far from "clone-correct" and change everything back.

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Link Posted: 10/8/2020 9:23:54 PM EDT
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Just picked up an RC2 for a CQBR I bought a few years ago and think I may have a problem.  Pretty sure I'm missing the beveled spacer, which is a little strange since the SOT put the 4-prong on and I provided a new SF shim kit with it, but whatever.  Unlocked, it does have some friction between the lock ring and the rail, but feels indexed all the way and is fully loosened.  Locked, there's still a small gap between the rail and lock ring.  Is this something I should worry about?  




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Link Posted: 10/8/2020 9:30:15 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By daojag:
Just picked up an RC2 for a CQBR I bought a few years ago and think I may have a problem.  Pretty sure I'm missing the beveled spacer, which is a little strange since the SOT put the 4-prong on and I provided a new SF shim kit with it, but whatever.  Unlocked, it does have some friction between the lock ring and the rail, but feels indexed all the way and is fully loosened.  Locked, there's still a small gap between the rail and lock ring.  Is this something I should worry about?  

https://i.imgur.com/VlJOTqo.jpg


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It should be installed with the proper spacer, that's what I would worry about.

It's impossible for it to both not touch the rail unlocked and not have a gap locked at the same time. There's going to be a gap while locked.
Link Posted: 10/8/2020 9:38:32 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By daojag:
Just picked up an RC2 for a CQBR I bought a few years ago and think I may have a problem.  Pretty sure I'm missing the beveled spacer, which is a little strange since the SOT put the 4-prong on and I provided a new SF shim kit with it, but whatever.  Unlocked, it does have some friction between the lock ring and the rail, but feels indexed all the way and is fully loosened.  Locked, there's still a small gap between the rail and lock ring.  Is this something I should worry about?  

https://i.imgur.com/VlJOTqo.jpg


Unlocked:
https://i.imgur.com/oFRDpVf.jpg

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As long as the barrel shoulder is true and it has enough room to fully seat, it shouldn't be a concern from a functional standpoint (the beveled spacer not only creates space but also assures concentricity on the off chance the shoulder isn't a true 90 degrees). I would definitely check concentricity, either visually if you feel comfortable doing it that way or with a bore check rod.

From a convenience standpoint, I'd prefer to have a bit more room. It can be handy to be able to slip a flathead between the collar and rail to pop it off when it gets carbon sticky.
Link Posted: 10/8/2020 9:59:04 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By krdt:


As long as the barrel shoulder is true and it has enough room to fully seat, it shouldn't be a concern from a functional standpoint (the beveled spacer not only creates space but also assures concentricity on the off chance the shoulder isn't a true 90 degrees). I would definitely check concentricity, either visually if you feel comfortable doing it that way or with a bore check rod.

From a convenience standpoint, I'd prefer to have a bit more room. It can be handy to be able to slip a flathead between the collar and rail to pop it off when it gets carbon sticky.
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Thanks.  For $6, I think I'll just buy a new kit, or call SF and probably get it for nothing.
Link Posted: 10/8/2020 11:01:56 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By daojag:


Thanks.  For $6, I think I'll just buy a new kit, or call SF and probably get it for nothing.
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Originally Posted By daojag:
Originally Posted By krdt:


As long as the barrel shoulder is true and it has enough room to fully seat, it shouldn't be a concern from a functional standpoint (the beveled spacer not only creates space but also assures concentricity on the off chance the shoulder isn't a true 90 degrees). I would definitely check concentricity, either visually if you feel comfortable doing it that way or with a bore check rod.

From a convenience standpoint, I'd prefer to have a bit more room. It can be handy to be able to slip a flathead between the collar and rail to pop it off when it gets carbon sticky.


Thanks.  For $6, I think I'll just buy a new kit, or call SF and probably get it for nothing.


Surefire sent me a shim kit for free but it took weeks to actually get it.  

The second time I needed one I ordered it from here and had it in two days.
Link Posted: 10/9/2020 8:57:14 AM EDT
Looks good...closer the better.  I never use that beveled spacer....I like a tight fit.
Link Posted: 10/9/2020 9:18:23 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By JohnnyUtah427:
Looks good...closer the better.  I never use that beveled spacer....I like a tight fit.
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Most shimmed muzzle devices known for suppressor use (KAC, and well, all but SF) don't have the beveled spacer...
Link Posted: 10/9/2020 10:44:54 AM EDT
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Originally Posted By daojag:
Just picked up an RC2 for a CQBR I bought a few years ago and think I may have a problem.  Pretty sure I'm missing the beveled spacer, which is a little strange since the SOT put the 4-prong on and I provided a new SF shim kit with it, but whatever.  Unlocked, it does have some friction between the lock ring and the rail, but feels indexed all the way and is fully loosened.  Locked, there's still a small gap between the rail and lock ring.  Is this something I should worry about?  

https://i.imgur.com/VlJOTqo.jpg


Unlocked:
https://i.imgur.com/oFRDpVf.jpg

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https://i.imgur.com/Hwfeb7m.jpg
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Given the amount of barrel whip and flex I have seen in slo-mo videos, I'd want a little more space between the RC2 and RIS II.
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Originally Posted By -KentuckyWindage-:


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Just gotta get the mk17 on par w/ yours!
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Originally Posted By LsuJon:
Just gotta get the mk17 on par w/ yours!
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You mean trade it for a SR25?
Link Posted: 10/9/2020 4:52:45 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By LsuJon:
Just gotta get the mk17 on par w/ yours!
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I have to get my CQBR on par with yours as well...
Link Posted: 10/9/2020 4:53:18 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By eMc9001:


You mean trade it for a SR25?
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Originally Posted By daojag:
Just picked up an RC2 for a CQBR I bought a few years ago and think I may have a problem.  Pretty sure I'm missing the beveled spacer, which is a little strange since the SOT put the 4-prong on and I provided a new SF shim kit with it, but whatever.  Unlocked, it does have some friction between the lock ring and the rail, but feels indexed all the way and is fully loosened.  Locked, there's still a small gap between the rail and lock ring.  Is this something I should worry about?  

https://i.imgur.com/VlJOTqo.jpg


Unlocked:
https://i.imgur.com/oFRDpVf.jpg

Locked:

https://i.imgur.com/Hwfeb7m.jpg
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I would get the surefire recommended pieces, less of a headache than a baffle strike.
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Originally Posted By PFran42:


Given the amount of barrel whip and flex I have seen in slo-mo videos, I'd want a little more space between the RC2 and RIS II.
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Originally Posted By PFran42:
Originally Posted By daojag:
Just picked up an RC2 for a CQBR I bought a few years ago and think I may have a problem.  Pretty sure I'm missing the beveled spacer, which is a little strange since the SOT put the 4-prong on and I provided a new SF shim kit with it, but whatever.  Unlocked, it does have some friction between the lock ring and the rail, but feels indexed all the way and is fully loosened.  Locked, there's still a small gap between the rail and lock ring.  Is this something I should worry about?  

https://i.imgur.com/VlJOTqo.jpg


Unlocked:
https://i.imgur.com/oFRDpVf.jpg

Locked:

https://i.imgur.com/Hwfeb7m.jpg


Given the amount of barrel whip and flex I have seen in slo-mo videos, I'd want a little more space between the RC2 and RIS II.


The rear of the RC1 is about .060" from the rail. The barrel would hit the rail on the side long before the RC1 would move back that far.
Link Posted: 10/9/2020 8:12:02 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Conner378:

I would get the surefire recommended pieces, less of a headache than a baffle strike.
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Originally Posted By Conner378:
Originally Posted By daojag:
Just picked up an RC2 for a CQBR I bought a few years ago and think I may have a problem.  Pretty sure I'm missing the beveled spacer, which is a little strange since the SOT put the 4-prong on and I provided a new SF shim kit with it, but whatever.  Unlocked, it does have some friction between the lock ring and the rail, but feels indexed all the way and is fully loosened.  Locked, there's still a small gap between the rail and lock ring.  Is this something I should worry about?  

https://i.imgur.com/VlJOTqo.jpg


Unlocked:
https://i.imgur.com/oFRDpVf.jpg

Locked:

https://i.imgur.com/Hwfeb7m.jpg

I would get the surefire recommended pieces, less of a headache than a baffle strike.


Does anyone have a mounted RC2 to compare the gap to Daojag's?
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Originally Posted By StowaNewb:


Does anyone have a mounted RC2 to compare the gap to Daojag's?
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Originally Posted By Conner378:
Originally Posted By daojag:
Just picked up an RC2 for a CQBR I bought a few years ago and think I may have a problem.  Pretty sure I'm missing the beveled spacer, which is a little strange since the SOT put the 4-prong on and I provided a new SF shim kit with it, but whatever.  Unlocked, it does have some friction between the lock ring and the rail, but feels indexed all the way and is fully loosened.  Locked, there's still a small gap between the rail and lock ring.  Is this something I should worry about?  

https://i.imgur.com/VlJOTqo.jpg


Unlocked:
https://i.imgur.com/oFRDpVf.jpg

Locked:

https://i.imgur.com/Hwfeb7m.jpg

I would get the surefire recommended pieces, less of a headache than a baffle strike.


Does anyone have a mounted RC2 to compare the gap to Daojag's?


It depends on how long your barrel is among other tolerances.

There is a 1/28" variance in where the threads start alone.
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Originally Posted By pezboytate:


It depends on how long your barrel is among other tolerances.

There is a 1/28" variance in where the threads start alone.
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Good point.

Do you know whether an RC would sit any closer/further away than the RC2?
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Originally Posted By StowaNewb:


Good point.

Do you know whether an RC would sit any closer/further away than the RC2?
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Originally Posted By StowaNewb:
Originally Posted By pezboytate:


It depends on how long your barrel is among other tolerances.

There is a 1/28" variance in where the threads start alone.


Good point.

Do you know whether an RC would sit any closer/further away than the RC2?


I believe they are identical but I'm not sure.
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Originally Posted By daojag:
Just picked up an RC2 for a CQBR I bought a few years ago and think I may have a problem.  Pretty sure I'm missing the beveled spacer, which is a little strange since the SOT put the 4-prong on and I provided a new SF shim kit with it, but whatever.  Unlocked, it does have some friction between the lock ring and the rail, but feels indexed all the way and is fully loosened.  Locked, there's still a small gap between the rail and lock ring.  Is this something I should worry about?  

https://i.imgur.com/VlJOTqo.jpg


Unlocked:
https://i.imgur.com/oFRDpVf.jpg

Locked:

https://i.imgur.com/Hwfeb7m.jpg
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Your clearance looks identical to mine, and mine you couldn't get a tighter fit.
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Originally Posted By BurtSaun1049:

Your clearance looks identical to mine, and mine you couldn't get a tighter fit.
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RC or RC2?
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Originally Posted By StowaNewb:


Does anyone have a mounted RC2 to compare the gap to Daojag's?
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Dd 10.3 bbl, SF4P with beveled spacer and shims, RC2.

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Link Posted: 10/10/2020 8:54:04 PM EDT
RC came in today. Now to find a home for the RC2


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Link Posted: 10/10/2020 9:40:51 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By white-rhyno:
RC came in today. Now to find a home for the RC2


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Congrats!
Link Posted: 10/11/2020 2:32:53 AM EDT
hey guys,

anybody got a source, or want to part with a tanodized KAC front sight let me know with a pm or w.e

ya'll are horrible influences BTW



Thanks!
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@allensaldi

Very cool! Do you have these for sale?
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Originally Posted By Leelee:
hey guys,

anybody got a source, or want to part with a tanodized KAC front sight let me know with a pm or w.e

ya'll are horrible influences BTW

https://www.AR15.Com/media/mediaFiles/521980/vortex_2-1630295.jpg

Thanks!
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What’s your reasoning for a MRDS on a scope designed to be a red dot at 1x?
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What’s your reasoning for a MRDS on a scope designed to be a red dot at 1x?
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Its all about owning the night. or at least that is why I would have it.
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Originally Posted By lueds24:

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Passive NV use.
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Passive NV use.
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Need to pony up and get an offset for my SR15. Game got me poor son.
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Need to pony up and get an offset for my SR15. Game got me poor son.
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Which one are you looking at? Stand along or scope ring mount? If stand alone, I think the stand alone trex arms mount and the arisaka mounts give you some extra height for passive.
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