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Posted: 1/23/2001 9:17:42 PM EDT
Here it is again.. The M4gery was originally built in 1992. I built one as soon as an M4 barrel was available. Bushmaster started making some back in 1991, because of their Government contract. Have stuck with the Bushamster because I like the 1/9 twist in a short barrel. The rifle has been upgraded as other parts became available. The 6551 will be upgraded with a Colt's 1/7 government barrel, and a proper (round) carrier. Got lucky on this one in that it was already drilled for the front pivot pin detent/spring hole. [IMG]www.zing.com/picture/p8486accf8012ae9609f2894d3edcabbd/ff06fdf0.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]www.zing.com/picture/p53a30b6c3c1c8e998612e6d23243b8b2/ff06fcd8.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]www.zing.com/picture/p5b63a8858b8d2ab5d96f1ba7fcf52da6/ff06fa95.jpg[/IMG] Here are some more pics. This is the M4 with a M9 bayonet mounted. This was done by using a 14.5" barrel, a GI flash, a half inch spacer, and a extra barrel nut. The spacer gives you the legal length, and the barrel nut gives the bayonet a surface to contact with out rattling around on the barrel. [IMG]www.zing.com/picture/p027958b470105f522507d9ba239724ad/fef5a2d5.jpg[/IMG] Here is a pic of my favorite rifle. It is a AR-10A4. I have sold the barrel assembly off of it and will mount a custom barrel and free float it using this ArmaLite AR-10T tube. Will be going with a med-weight stainless steel 20" barrel, just the ticket for white tails and coyotes. Oh, it shoots farther and hits harder..hehe [IMG]www.zing.com/picture/p2e24dca8cfb964f882e1f34f79a67973/fef5a37e.jpg[/IMG]
Link Posted: 1/24/2001 11:13:42 AM EDT
I forgot to correct the misspelling. Did anyone catch that?
Link Posted: 1/24/2001 11:22:29 AM EDT
>>Bushamster Pretty funny; kinda gives it a whole new meaning.
Link Posted: 1/26/2001 9:50:13 AM EDT
I like the AR-10 enough to consider it my favorite rifle.
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