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Old 03-17-2012, 06:23 PM   #11
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PS don't fall into the trap! K.I.S.S. it your first time out!

Mod it slowly as you go. Think of it as a work in progress.

All you need are mags ammo and a light for SD. Sling is optional imo, but very useful.
For sure!! Thinking I want a tactialc 2 position sling. Recommend. Going with an OD Green theme.
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Old 03-17-2012, 06:28 PM   #12
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Great stuff y'all. Will be checking links today Tikki. Any particular triggers and I know it's SD but who doesn't want a barrel that can give 1" moa at at least 100 preferably 200 yrds. Or am I just crazy? Input

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DD makes an insanely light rail, be careful tho some require a proprietary barrel nut.

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The lite rail requires the DD barrel but wrench. The Omega utilizes your existing barrel nut and clamps onto it. You can install it yourself without anything special. You can find videos on YouTube.

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I just read all these and i'm convinced I'm gonna go with the Geissele SD3g for my trigger

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I just read all these and i'm convinced I'm gonna go with the Geissele SD3g for my trigger
I have one in the DD, very nice.
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I just read all these and i'm convinced I'm gonna go with the Geissele SD3g for my trigger
Um no. Please don't.

While I have one and absolutely love it, you stated that one of your intended uses is home defence. the SD3G is a competition oriented trigger designed for fast shooting. It is NOT a good choice for defensive or duty roll, the trigger it is just too light.

Look to the SD-C or SSA.

I honestly think you are getting ahead of yourself tho, learn the milspec first its the ideal choice for duty or defensive roles. Getting a SD3G for your uses is like using an F1 car to get the groceries, impractical and dangerous to drive on the streets.
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Look at the LWRC. Price is a little high but well worth it's weight in gold.

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Um no. Please don't.

While I have one and absolutely love it, you stated that one of your intended uses is home defence. the SD3G is a competition oriented trigger designed for fast shooting. It is NOT a good choice for defensive or duty roll, the trigger it is just too light.

Look to the SD-C or SSA.

I honestly think you are getting ahead of yourself tho, learn the milspec first its the ideal choice for duty or defensive roles. Getting a SD3G for your uses is like using an F1 car to get the groceries, impractical and dangerous to drive on the streets.
Alright I got ya!! Just kept seeing that pop up as what people were loving. Good analogy helps a ton
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Look at the LWRC. Price is a little high but well worth it's weight in gold.
In what respect? Are you talking triggers or complete uppers?
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