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Old 05-16-2013, 08:25 PM   #51
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Thanks man ill try to get some pics up of the Noveske today. The finish on that lower is second to none. As for the cerakoted BCM it has been done for a while now and looks excellent but only reason I haven't posted pics is the guy I bought it from forgot to send the Mk1 modular rails when I bought it so I'm still waiting on those to get cerakoted and back to me so I can finish setting the rifle up how I want it. Just gotta add on the new surefire Mini scout 300b and the verticle grip then it will be finished. Probably gonna hold off on an optic for now but I went out and shot it last week I posted a crappy cell phone pic of the noveske and bcm next to each other in the AR pic thread but its kinda hard to see wasn't a close up or anything
Oh cool pic! Looks like a whole lotta fun on that table. Nice builds. Any noticable differences shooting them?
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They both shoot awesome! Both flawless with everything I've shot so far- .223, 5.56, and Tula. They both are 14.5" middies so they shoot pretty similar. The BCM has the Gunfighter mod 1 comp and the noveske has the battlecomp 1.5. Both do a great job keeping the muzzle down during rapid fire. I would give a slight edge to the BC if I had to choose but that noveske SS barrel is a lot heavier than the BCM BFH lightweight. Both did excellent. The BC was about 2x louder tho. There was more side to side movement during rapid fire than any rise, if at all. Finally put froglube to the test and it was nothing short of amazing to me. Doesn't looked lubed at all then once you start firing all the lube just pours out and all the parts are wet and runs smooth as butter. Really glad i tried it out. worked awesome in my G17 too. All brass ejected consistently at 4 o'clock with ST-T2 (Noveske) and H buffer (BCM) thru all ammo fired.

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Here's the Noveske gen 2 installed on the upper. The temporary spike's lower is stripped naked and on the shelf lol. Other small additions are the Seekin's Precision billet mag button, Tactical Link battery assist lever, and Tango Down iO Cover.

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Sexy.. sexier since it became complete Noveske!!

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That's what I'm talking about. Nice.

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I love the barrel length hand guard. Where can I get one? What is the battery thing over your button that holds the bolt open?

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Sexy.. sexier since it became complete Noveske!!
All thanks to you for the heads up on the lower!
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I love the barrel length hand guard. Where can I get one? What is the battery thing over your button that holds the bolt open?
I got that NSR rail from rogtac.com. It's a 13.5in handguard on a 14.5 barrel. They are tough to find instock tho I believe. At least at that length. The battery assist lever is the same as a magpul BAD lever. It helps with locking the bolt open without taking you hand off fire control making clearing double feeds faster and easier. Also you can put the bolt back into battery with a flick of your trigger finger instead of using your offhand. I don't use it all the time but its there if I need it and its a nifty upgrade for only $30. I Will always use it for clearing double feeds.
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That is hot!!! Nice job!

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..........um. There the hell did you get that front sight from?

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