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Old 03-29-2012, 05:46 PM   #11
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My buddy's C15 from 2008 didn't have the FA or dust cover. Guess BM figured out how to add the FA. Is it now part of the receiver molding or pinned on?
Some of the other less known brand polymer uppers have a FA, so maybe bushy followed suit. They still sell the upper by itself without the FA.
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Old 03-29-2012, 06:06 PM   #12
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Some of the other less known brand polymer uppers have a FA, so maybe bushy followed suit. They still sell the upper by itself without the FA.
Thanks, fsted2a, I was wondering if they still did. The C-15 isn't a model I pay much attention to. I kind of figured the FA is a pinned on piece instead of a mold change so that would allow them to add the FA to some models.
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it is molded into it. i had to go look for the upper lol

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it is molded into it. i had to go look for the upper lol
Well that's interesting. So they use two molds? Oh well I don't care either way!
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