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Old 12-06-2012, 11:30 PM   #21
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Very nice! Cool dual color handguard. I was gonna do a bcm as my first build but it's so hard to get the BCG ill have to do that one next. I'm still waiting on my Spike's buffer tube assembly kit to finish my build so its not actually all put together yet but here I just laid the stock next to the receivers and this is basically what it will look like and here's what parts I used

-Noveske Afghan 14.5 barrel
-Battle comp 1.5
-Noveske NSR 13.5 modular handguard
-VLTOR MUR upper
-Spike's Lower with their enhanced LPK
-Magpul STR
-Troy folding BUIS (M4 style)
-Aimpoint H1 with high mount (1/3 cowitness)
Nice first build man!!!
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Old 12-07-2012, 01:52 AM   #22
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A shame they use the DPMS LPK and commercial receiver extension. I've used Hawktech and like them but they should do better. I'd recommend buying a stripped lower and put in milspec parts.
Yeah I went with the stripped lower and installed spikes enhanced LPK
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Damn, the BCM BCG was just back in stock and i missed it!!! They go fast

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LaiePoi, just a suggestion buy you may want to put your Aimpoint a little farther back so its only on the upper reciever. Having it that far forwards put it a little on the handguards which may flex a little and may cause a POI change.

Other than that, nice stick man!

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You can ask if they have punisher stamped ones if interested. When I ordered mine Dan asked if I wanted the punisher one because they had some coming in and that was only about 2 weeks ago. I stuck with the spider logo tho
Thanks for posting that link. I called them and snagged their last punisher color filled lower. Thanks!
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LaiePoi, just a suggestion buy you may want to put your Aimpoint a little farther back so its only on the upper reciever. Having it that far forwards put it a little on the handguards which may flex a little and may cause a POI change.

Other than that, nice stick man!
Thanks and Will do sir! I kinda just threw it on there while trying to figure out how the mount lock functions work when I got the sight in the mail. Didn't even really notice where it was til you mentioned it but Ill be sure to get everything where I like it after my buffer tube kit gets here so I can finish this build. I'm planning on placing it as far out on the on the upper receiver slot as possible and see how I like it there. Thanks for pointing that out. Hope this last part comes in soon it's killing me!
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Thanks for posting that link. I called them and snagged their last punisher color filled lower. Thanks!
Sweet man I'm glad it worked out!
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LaiePoi, just a suggestion buy you may want to put your Aimpoint a little farther back so its only on the upper reciever. Having it that far forwards put it a little on the handguards which may flex a little and may cause a POI change.

Other than that, nice stick man!
Actually on second thought I think I moved it forward to get it out of the way when I removed the forward assist so I could install the new dust cover
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