Fulton Armory slickside bolt and carrier assembly
Les Baer flat top upper without forward assist
CNC A1 detachable carry handle
Trijicon night sights
A1 stock or an old M4 4 position stock
16 inch Bushmaster lightweight barrel cut down and a Vortex permantly mounted for 16 inch OAL
(Work complete and being shipped back)
Mega/Stag/Rock River or whatever lower Clint has this weekend
And to be uber tactical....A Bushmaster titanium firing pin.
i heard bad stuff about Ti pins. Ti is actually brittle.
Yup.... Ti firing pins were a solution to a non-existent problem. The concern being that a regular firing pin, being free floating might set off a light primer simply from dropping the rifle or even with the forward force of the bolt closing on a new round.
I have never had an issue of it happening and you are right... Ti is brittle and will need to be replaced more often than a standard firing pin (I have a standard pin that is still going strong after 15,000 rounds).
Some also argue that a Ti firing pin allows for a faster "lock time".
Armalite's Stance on Ti Firing Pins
One more time for the humor impared....
BC kinda looks funny...
I like it...