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Old 12-19-2010, 10:33 PM   #11
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Or take a look at the Magpul MOE HGs. I know its not a quad rail but they do have ways to attach accessories.
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Old 12-19-2010, 11:43 PM   #12
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Here is something else I found, I noticed more movement than just the HG, so I separated upper and lower, the delta ring moves at least 1/4" side to side and the bolt carrier moves with it, what in the world is going on here?

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If you hold the upper reciever firmly does the barrel move? I wonder if the barrel nut isnt tight.

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Got to go to work, I'll check when I get in this afternoon, just to mention my Bushy is New, only got a little over 2 hundred rounds through Her, not even broke in yet, if this is the case, it must have come from the factory like that?

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Got to go to work, I'll check when I get in this afternoon, just to mention my Bushy is New, only got a little over 2 hundred rounds through Her, not even broke in yet, if this is the case, it must have come from the factory like that?
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If you hold the upper reciever firmly does the barrel move? I wonder if the barrel nut isnt tight.
Sure sounds like a loose barrel nut. Hopefully your dealer can take care of it, it's not that hard to fix. You'd hate to have to send it in to Bushmaster. In fact I'd do anything, including paying a gunsmith, to avoid sending it to BM right now, it may take an eternity to get it back with the closing the Lake Havasu factory earlier this year and now the Maine plant. Who knows how long it'll take them to move... wherever they're moving...
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Good point. It probably wouldnt cost much to have a smith torque it down. Should would be better than waiting for however long it might take BM to fix it.

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Update, talked to Brownells Gunsmith, he said the play was normal, something with the gas tube, the barrel is TIGHT, TIGHT...No Movement, as far as the forend, noticed the upper part is tight, the lower is loose, he recommended a small piece of electrical tape on top and bottom of the loose forend, what yall think?

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That sounds like it'll work. It's just a wedge. Do you have anything mounted on the HG?

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Awesome. Im glad it isnt anything serious.

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