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Posted: 9/13/2010 2:28:44 PM EDT
I realise its more or less based on AA's design, but would still like to see pics or reviews. Anyone?

Just checked their web site as well, there are mix pics of the gas block both pinned and screwed, so did they go back from pinned to screwed?

Cheers
Link Posted: 9/13/2010 4:47:55 PM EDT


It is Adams design, licensed to Smith. They developed a non-gas ring groove, solid ring bolt and shortened the block. A few people here have them and should pop in on it.




Link Posted: 9/13/2010 7:20:09 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/13/2010 7:24:33 PM EDT by 45-Seventy]
Have one and I love it... Feeds everything I feed it, is reliably 1.5 MOA accurate with good ammo, pretty light (6.5#), has kept running when filthy, in crappy conditions that would choke many carbines, and with little lube.... I really couldn't ask more from a carbine. I'm glad I didn't get the Ruger, it's a good piece but if I'm going to haul that much weight around it's going to be a 7.62.

If I had to do it over again, I wouldn't have bought the quad rail (PSX) and would have got the standard handguard... with the money saved I would have upgraded to a free-float quad rail.


Link Posted: 9/13/2010 10:06:56 PM EDT
Originally Posted By 45-Seventy:
Have one and I love it... Feeds everything I feed it, is reliably 1.5 MOA accurate with good ammo, pretty light (6.5#), has kept running when filthy, in crappy conditions that would choke many carbines, and with little lube.... I really couldn't ask more from a carbine. I'm glad I didn't get the Ruger, it's a good piece but if I'm going to haul that much weight around it's going to be a 7.62.

If I had to do it over again, I wouldn't have bought the quad rail (PSX) and would have got the standard handguard... with the money saved I would have upgraded to a free-float quad rail.




Thx for the mini review! what about the gas block, is it pinned or screwed?

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