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Old 12-31-2012, 02:09 AM   #1651
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I was like " hey thats cool!" And then I realized it was on the gb. Also, with the MBUIS they're the wrong height
Guess a quad rail and a removal tool will be my next purchases. Thanks for the info.
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Old 12-31-2012, 02:55 AM   #1652
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Guess a quad rail and a removal tool will be my next purchases. Thanks for the info.
There are a few companies that make nice, albeit expensive, two piece free float rails, Troy, Midwest Industries, and( I think) Daniel Defense and VLTOR come to mind.
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JL77, give us a side view of that rifle so we can see how tall the gas block is. It is possible, however unlikely, that it could be a tall gas block and your front sight might be just fine. I have seen a Magpul sight live on a tall gas block through a 2 day practical rifle class. Probably not a great long term solution, but it might work for now.

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Guess a quad rail and a removal tool will be my next purchases. Thanks for the info.
They also make longer back up iron sights for the gas block. Just saying it's an option in case $ was an option and the quad rail, tool was too expensive
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JL77, give us a side view of that rifle so we can see how tall the gas block is. It is possible, however unlikely, that it could be a tall gas block and your front sight might be just fine. I have seen a Magpul sight live on a tall gas block through a 2 day practical rifle class. Probably not a great long term solution, but it might work for now.
Looks like the gas block is about a half inch lower than the rail. That would make sense because it was shooting about a foot high at 15-20 yards, when I took it to the range. A quad rail and removal tool is within my budget, so I'll try and snag one this week.

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here is the same BB-Gun but with mav88 pump nailed to it...man i wish they were real
I have an actual AR bb/pellet gun- its nice ways about the same as an actual AR and its good cause if I ever want to just shoot for 10-15 minutes I don't have to go to the range, I can just go shoot in my garage
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Spikes/BCM build
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Nice two tone grip
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Nice two tone grip
Thanks it was aervoe paint and it is holding up quite well (two 8 hour classes laying in dirt and gravel, banging it around etc) only slightly chipped
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Thanks it was aervoe paint and it is holding up quite well (two 8 hour classes laying in dirt and gravel, banging it around etc) only slightly chipped
I didn't see the stock, the gun looks really nice, I really like it.
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