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Old 01-16-2012, 04:34 AM   #1
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Anybody have any firsthand experience with these guys. Some of their products seem pretty cutting edge.

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Old 01-16-2012, 04:58 AM   #2
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I've noticed a few guys using their charging handles but that is about it.

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Anybody have any firsthand experience with these guys. Some of their products seem pretty cutting edge.

core15.com
I clicked on the link (normally I avoid this ), and noticed that the description said M16 hammer and BCG, but the hammer is clearly an AR15. Unless you have a registered MG, that shouldn't be an issue, but if they don't tell the truth about that, then what is next?? I'm just sayin' ....
Gene Stoner's prototype M16's were nickel plated and had a baked in teflon finish, and would go tens of thousands of rounds without cleaning or maintenance. The manufacturing process was the reason they started breaking down when they were shipped downrange in Vietnam. If this company has decided to put a no-stick coating or plating on, then I am sure the products are of good quality.
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