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Old 05-29-2013, 07:58 PM   #2141
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7.62X39 1:10 twist , 16" barrel , nothing special , Just another one of my personal builds . Waiting on my ASC mags to show up
What thread pattern is on your barrel? 1/2x36 or 5/8x24
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Old 05-31-2013, 06:42 PM   #2142
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Old 06-01-2013, 04:41 AM   #2143
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Finally got me a little rds that'll hold me over until an aimpoint/eotech
Eotech is the way to go.
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what thread pattern is on your barrel? 1/2x36 or 5/8x24
5/8-24.
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Sweet thanks! I heard the Colt firing pin is ten thousands of an inch longer, if that helps. I was going to start with a heavier hammer spring and a colt firing pin. I know people have filed down that bak side of the bolt and also the ring on the firing pin to get longer strokes. I don't want to start messing with that. I'm also told that Bushmaster makes a good mag that will feed the 7.62 a little better. I think you said you were waiting on ASC mags, I've heard mixed reviews on them. But I hear they merged with C Products.
It had no problem going bang even with the standard firing pin . Standard mil spec lower hammer spring .
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Sweet thanks! I heard the Colt firing pin is ten thousands of an inch longer, if that helps. I was going to start with a heavier hammer spring and a colt firing pin. I know people have filed down that bak side of the bolt and also the ring on the firing pin to get longer strokes. I don't want to start messing with that. I'm also told that Bushmaster makes a good mag that will feed the 7.62 a little better. I think you said you were waiting on ASC mags, I've heard mixed reviews on them. But I hear they merged with C Products.
From my understanding ASC and C Products are completely separate companies due to an owner/investor contract incident.
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Welcome to the forum, have you checked out the introductions yet?

That's an awesome set of AR's you got there.
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