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Old 07-19-2013, 04:04 AM   #1
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After finishing my 7.62 build, i realized this was the easiest float I have worked with. The barrel nut is a simple hex you can tighten with a crescent wrench. There is no timing it for the gas tube. It's light, fells good and easy to install. I recommend this free float, my new favorite.



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Old 07-19-2013, 01:22 PM   #2
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Man that looks sick!!!

What color Cerakote is that?

How do like that vertical grip? I'm considering one as well.



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Man that looks sick!!!

What color Cerakote is that?

How do like that vertical grip? I'm considering one as well.
It is gun metal grey. The grip is cool, short, and it has a battery storage in it , one I will never use. It does have some sharp edges.
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Nice looking build! gratz man, what kind of barrel and recievers are you using? DPMS? AR10?

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Nice looking build! gratz man, what kind of barrel and recievers are you using? DPMS? AR10?
Thanks , it's a Aero upper, KE Arms 80% lower, AR15 7.62x39
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ooOoOOo though it was a 7.62x51! Still a unique looking rail system! I like it!



More pron plz.....

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ooOoOOo though it was a 7.62x51! Still a unique looking rail system! I like it!

More pron plz.....

Here's my thread on it.

http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f20/7-62x39-ar-done-94094/
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Interesting free float tube, is it comfortable to grip ?

Does it remain flat on shooting bags at the bench ?

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hey, whats your opinion on those sights? ive been looking heavily at them but i dont know if its worth it. I love the idea of them.

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For slow fire bench shooting I really really like them.



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