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Old 03-26-2011, 12:47 PM   #31
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has anyone heard of the hellfire trigger for the ars? i was talk to my ar buddie and he has one and said it kicks ass!

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has anyone heard of the hellfire trigger for the ars? i was talk to my ar buddie and he has one and said it kicks ass!
Are you serious? Its not quite April 1st yet

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Old 03-26-2011, 03:14 PM   #33
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has anyone heard of the hellfire trigger for the ars? i was talk to my ar buddie and he has one and said it kicks ass!
It's perfect if all you want to do is impress the Ninjas and look good spraying lead at paper targets. If you actually intend to hit something save your money or spend it on a good part.
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Jpyle absolutely correct. Unless you just want to spend money and go through ammunition for fun. You know the cool factor and the Chicks Dig It! The Hellfire is not of any use. It is a unit that fits on the trigger guard which also has a spring that fits in behind the trigger that just causes your finger to literally bounce back and forth pulling the trigger when it happens.
Not to mention that whether people realize it or not the biggest enemy to the Throat area of a rifle is exposure to rapid fire and prolonged periods of rapid fire building up heat in the chamber area of the weapons throat. An example a select fire weapons barrel will need replaced generally much quicker than the normal semi-auto barrel due to the heat factor. Secondly I love to shoot but I can not afford just to blow rounds down range just for fun and just spraying and praying so to speak. You can also go online and see a video I believe on YouTube of a Hellfire in operation. Thirdly, as Jpyle stated I would rather spend my money on something purposeful for my new rifle.

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Excellent advice above. Much smarter and cheaper to watch the youtube vids to get your FA kicks or buy the latest video game. Learn to use your rifle the way it was intended to use. Even soldiers use SA mode a lot. Nobody with any brains continuously dumps that much ammo through their rifle unless they're in a fight to the death.

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Excellent advice above. Much smarter and cheaper to watch the youtube vids to get your FA kicks or buy the latest video game. Learn to use your rifle the way it was intended to use. Even soldiers use SA mode a lot. Nobody with any brains continuously dumps that much ammo through their rifle unless they're in a fight to the death.
In fact we were taught to use SA over FA in my Infantry unit, and even in basic. Burst is a great alternative. FA should be left for suppression weapons such as the 240 and 249. I would however like a full auto Saiga 12gauge for clearing weeds in the wifes garden.
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cool well thats a mod not to get then, thanks for the advise i was jst wondering what its pourpose is and obviously not one i was looking for. thanks guys.


the gas system i havent found alot about and it was wondering what the different types were and how they work. can some one break it down for me that has a good explantation?

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is there anything wrong with this bolt and carrier assembley? ADDAX MIL-SPEC FA-M16 BOLT CARRIER GROUP - Addax Inc

im not all that sure what to look for in a bolt and carrier, but i want to build a good rifel and the fireing components are going to be important and dont wanna cheap out there!

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is there anything wrong with this bolt and carrier assembley? ADDAX MIL-SPEC FA-M16 BOLT CARRIER GROUP - Addax Inc

im not all that sure what to look for in a bolt and carrier, but i want to build a good rifel and the fireing components are going to be important and dont wanna cheap out there!
I was interested in the comment at the bottom of the page..."Usually ships in 20 days" WTF??????? Surely that is a typo.
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is there anything wrong with this bolt and carrier assembley? ADDAX MIL-SPEC FA-M16 BOLT CARRIER GROUP - Addax Inc

im not all that sure what to look for in a bolt and carrier, but i want to build a good rifel and the fireing components are going to be important and dont wanna cheap out there!
From the specs given it appears to be a great BCG. You can email and ask him who makes it.
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