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Old 11-26-2012, 04:11 PM   #11
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Ohh me! Me! I'll give it a try.

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I agree with Quetin on recording round count and ammo used.

Let's start a list-

1- Ammo
2- Round Count
3- Lube
4- Before and after pics
5- Current BCG
6- Any noticeable differences over current BCG (cycling, cleaning etc)

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I agree with Quentin on recording round count and ammo used.

Let's start a list-

1- Ammo
2- Round Count
3- Lube
4- Before and after pics
5- Current BCG
6- Any noticeable differences over current BCG (cycling, cleaning etc)
Good list! And add a good description of each rifle - especially barrel length, profile, gas system/length and receiver extension/buffer/spring.

This should be a very informative project!

X, you do a lot of great things here and we certainly appreciate it!
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Good list! And a good description of each rifle - especially barrel length, profile, gas system/length and receiver extension/buffer/spring.

X, you do a lot of great things here and we certainly appreciate it!
Yea, this is a hell of a way to try out a product. I like it!!
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Oh I have intentions of running it in several different gas lengths and different buffer weights from 3 oz carbine buffer to 4.8 oz buffers and gas lengths of pistol length to rifle length

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Oh I have intentions of running it in several different gas lengths and different buffer weights from 3 oz carbine buffer to 4.8 oz buffers and gas lengths of pistol length to rifle length
That's what I'm talkin' about!
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Wish I had something F/A to run it in and really put it thru the paces . Damn I gotta get out of this god forsaken state of IL so I can own some of those goodies

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Also , whats the time limit , I only want it in my hands for 2 days tops and pass it on . You want it cleaned before you send it back out because I dont care if it comes dirty to me , In all honesty the dirtier the better


hmmm...should we keep it unlubed and see if it performs as claimed? everyone can keep it dirty, so the next person can see what it looks like from the previous person. everyone just give it a good wipe before using it. We can see at what round count problems may start to present themselves from no lube or any other reason.
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Sign me up.

I have a range day in a couple weeks, I can probably swap it in a few of my rifles, and my friends too.

I usually go through about 500 to 1000 rounds or .223/5.56 on a range day. (Its an all day event for me as I have to travel 2+ hours to get to BLM land).

I can pretty much guarantee that there will be over 1000 rounds going through it. Through at least 2 or more rifles.

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Sign me up.

I have a range day in a couple weeks, I can probably swap it in a few of my rifles, and my friends too.

I usually go through about 500 to 1000 rounds or .223/5.56 on a range day. (Its an all day event for me as I have to travel 2+ hours to get to BLM land).

I can pretty much guarantee that there will be over 1000 rounds going through it. Through at least 2 or more rifles.



I think you get to automatically jump to the front of the line...lol...because you are the closest to me and will be using it right away. If I get the return before your range day...you get to use it!
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