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Posted: 8/6/2017 6:44:42 PM EST
[Last Edit: 8/6/2017 8:14:43 PM EST by Rook1069]
Aero Precision M4E1 Enhanced Upper Receiver

Fail Zero Nickel Boron M16 BCG

CMMG Barrel Sub-Assm, 8.0" MC 4140CM SBN, 300 BLK

Seekins Precision Low Profile Adjustable Gas Block - .750 - Set Screw Style

Aero Precision Stainless Steel Gas Tube - Pistol Length

Seekins Precision MCSR V2 M-LOK Modular Rail - 9"

Spikes Tactical Barking Spider2 Krink Brake - 5/8x24

Radian Raptor Ambidextrous Charging Handle Assembly AR-15 Aluminum

Aero Precision AR15 Stripped Lower Receiver, Gen 2 - Anodized Black

KAK Shockwave Blade Pistol Stabilizer - Black

KAK Shockwave Tube

Daniel Defense Rear Receiver QD Swivel Attachment with Swivel

Spike's Tactical Lower Parts Kit (Without Fire Control Group)

Anderson Manufacturing Oops Kit

ELF Match Trigger

Noveske Short Throw Selector - 60 Degree - Ambidextrous

Magpul MIAD Gen 1.1 AR15 Adaptable Grip Type 1 - Black


Primary Arms Advanced Micro Dot

Primary Arms Lower 1/3 Cowitness Micro Dot Riser

Primary Arms 3X Red Dot Magnifier GEN III

Primary Arms Flip To Side Magnifier Mount - Standard Height


Will be putting it together when I get home next weekend. Thoughts?
Link Posted: 8/6/2017 6:55:19 PM EST
running a RDS?
Link Posted: 8/6/2017 7:05:36 PM EST
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running a RDS?
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Edited to add optics.
Link Posted: 8/6/2017 8:12:26 PM EST
That's an awful lot of name brand parts for a "truck gun". When I think of a truck gun, I think of something cheap that I won't feel too bad if somebody breaks in and steals it. Like a $200 RIA model 206. Your list of parts looks like you're already well over $1000.

Your list of parts looks like it needs a buffer spring, buffer, and all important fire control group and sights.
Link Posted: 8/6/2017 8:21:38 PM EST
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Originally Posted By giantpune:
That's an awful lot of name brand parts for a "truck gun". When I think of a truck gun, I think of something cheap that I won't feel too bad if somebody breaks in and steals it. Like a $200 RIA model 206. Your list of parts looks like you're already well over $1000.

Your list of parts looks like it needs a buffer spring, buffer, and all important fire control group and sights.
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Got the buffer stuff already. And edited to include the elftman match trigger.

My truck is a semi, I travel most of the country. Truck gun in my case means pistol that I can carry loaded in the truck in all the states tjat recognise my CCW permits. It'll get abused, I don't care if it gets scratched and dinged.

Thanks for pointing out the omissions on my list. The point of thread is to make sure I haven't missed anything obvious or bought parts that don't work together.
Link Posted: 8/7/2017 9:00:16 PM EST
I personally would not put an ELF trigger in a truck gun. They are fine triggers but they have to be tuned. I would recommend a more standard/rugged designed mil spec fire control group, maybe ALG or Spike's enhanced battle trigger.
Link Posted: 8/9/2017 11:44:35 PM EST
Only one mistake: Change the MIAD grip to Magpul K2+. There, Fixed it for ya!
Link Posted: 8/10/2017 6:19:01 AM EST
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Originally Posted By TangoDown3727:
Only one mistake: Change the MIAD grip to Magpul K2+. There, Fixed it for ya!
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Why?
Link Posted: 8/11/2017 4:46:43 AM EST
[Last Edit: 8/11/2017 4:48:31 AM EST by TangoDown3727]
Why?
Because it has a little more vertical angle than the MIAD and since AR Pistols are often fired against the cheek or in a more compact configuration in general being closer to the face, the K2 grip offers a more natural firing position. I mentioned the K2+ specifically because it has a rubber coating that feels better and resists slipping. The MIAD is a great grip for rifle configurations but for a pistol I much prefer the K2+. Just my two cents.
Link Posted: 8/13/2017 2:21:55 AM EST
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Originally Posted By TangoDown3727:
Why?
Because it has a little more vertical angle than the MIAD and since AR Pistols are often fired against the cheek or in a more compact configuration in general being closer to the face, the K2 grip offers a more natural firing position. I mentioned the K2+ specifically because it has a rubber coating that feels better and resists slipping. The MIAD is a great grip for rifle configurations but for a pistol I much prefer the K2+. Just my two cents.
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Thank you for that. I just assembled the gun tonight, so I'll pay attention to how that grip works now.
Link Posted: 8/13/2017 5:56:19 AM EST
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Thank you for that. I just assembled the gun tonight, so I'll pay attention to how that grip works now.
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Let's see some pics of the build
Link Posted: 8/13/2017 7:41:45 AM EST
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Originally Posted By Rook1069:
Thank you for that. I just assembled the gun tonight, so I'll pay attention to how that grip works now.
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Originally Posted By Rook1069:
Originally Posted By TangoDown3727:
Why?
Because it has a little more vertical angle than the MIAD and since AR Pistols are often fired against the cheek or in a more compact configuration in general being closer to the face, the K2 grip offers a more natural firing position. I mentioned the K2+ specifically because it has a rubber coating that feels better and resists slipping. The MIAD is a great grip for rifle configurations but for a pistol I much prefer the K2+. Just my two cents.
Thank you for that. I just assembled the gun tonight, so I'll pay attention to how that grip works now.
Well you don't know what you haven't experienced, when you try a more vertical grip it will be like a light turning on in a dark room and then you will see.
Link Posted: 8/13/2017 9:18:28 AM EST
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Let's see some pics of the build
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Here's one.

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Link Posted: 8/13/2017 4:36:24 PM EST
I'm kinda curious how well a 3x magnifier and the non-existent cheek weld of the shockwave work out together. I've got that same red dot, mount, and magnifier combo and I don't see it working so well. It's just too hard to shoulder the brace and tiny tube and put your face where you can see through the magnifier.
Link Posted: 8/13/2017 4:48:12 PM EST
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Very Nice!
Link Posted: 8/14/2017 11:33:18 AM EST
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Very Nice!
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Thanks
Link Posted: 8/14/2017 12:29:25 PM EST
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Originally Posted By giantpune:
I'm kinda curious how well a 3x magnifier and the non-existent cheek weld of the shockwave work out together. I've got that same red dot, mount, and magnifier combo and I don't see it working so well. It's just too hard to shoulder the brace and tiny tube and put your face where you can see through the magnifier.
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I'll let you know as soon as I get the right magnifier mount.
Link Posted: 8/14/2017 10:38:28 PM EST
On the short barreled rifles / pistols I like to put on a hand stop like the one SLR offers. It's easy to have your forward appendages get too close to the muzzle when gripping the weapon. For me, it acts as an index to prevent me from shooting my fingers off May not seem like a big deal when shooting at the range off a bench but when you are moving and shooting it comes in handy. Just a personal preference...

http://slrrifleworks.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=97_98&product_id=364

Nice build.
Link Posted: 8/14/2017 11:00:17 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Dutch110:
On the short barreled rifles / pistols I like to put on a hand stop like the one SLR offers. It's easy to have your forward appendages get too close to the muzzle when gripping the weapon. For me, it acts as an index to prevent me from shooting my fingers off May not seem like a big deal when shooting at the range off a bench but when you are moving and shooting it comes in handy. Just a personal preference...

http://slrrifleworks.com/index.php?route=product/product&path=97_98&product_id=364

Nice build.
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Awesome idea. I first put on a magpul afg, but then decided I needed a bipod mount. I could put the afg behind the mount, but would have to remove it to actually attach the bipod. I think a handstop will fit a lot better, so I just ordered one.

Thanks!
Link Posted: 8/21/2017 7:54:17 PM EST
Cool gun OP! You also have a good attitude which is nice to see around here.

I've got hand stops on my LWRC DI and I became a big fan
Link Posted: 8/29/2017 7:34:38 PM EST
[Last Edit: 8/29/2017 7:36:06 PM EST by Judgemax]
I was encouraged to build a "budget" truck gun but I didn't think my life was any less important on the road.



You did well good buddy.
Link Posted: 8/29/2017 7:47:59 PM EST
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Originally Posted By giantpune:
That's an awful lot of name brand parts for a "truck gun". When I think of a truck gun, I think of something cheap that I won't feel too bad if somebody breaks in and steals it. Like a $200 RIA model 206. Your list of parts looks like you're already well over $1000.

Your list of parts looks like it needs a buffer spring, buffer, and all important fire control group and sights.
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Meh. My trunk gun has two stamps and several Larue parts. 

Link Posted: 8/29/2017 7:48:24 PM EST
I havent built my "truck gun" lower, but if you ever need it to get home....
A 40rd pmag would make a nice addition to a truck gun.

I would have said the magpul 60 Rd drum, but I'm reading NOT FOR 300 BLK.
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