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Old 02-17-2014, 07:07 AM   #41
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Thanks man. Hopefully start a trend. I edited it a lot just now so you may want to look it over again


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Old 02-17-2014, 03:34 PM   #42
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My new Spikes Tactical M16 BCG

Was very impressed with quality of this BCG for only $109

Phosphate finish was very we'll done specs are high quality actually came with powder residue on the bolt face and carrier so it was tested as a whole BCG which is nice.

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I have one as well. Have not had a chance to fire it yet but it seems solid and slides very fluidly.
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Dueck Defense Rapid Transition System

So I got these for the next build, I wanted to try these instead of BUIS. These are basically A2 sights with the elevation adjustments. Now you can go the distance with your irons and not remove optics. Well built , adjusting sight is tight and nice clicks, not sloppy like the knock off A2's on Amazon. My only gripe is they claim you can mount them for lefties or righties, but the rear sight is not symmetrically designed for it. The front is perfect for it but the rear is not. Good sights, got them for $229. Attachment 130173Attachment 130174Attachment 130175Attachment 130176Attachment 130177
Are those good on a rifle where you have a scope that does not co witness with iron sights? I just bought a primary arms 1-4 but my magpul mbus don't work with it.
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Are those good on a rifle where you have a scope that does not co witness with iron sights? I just bought a primary arms 1-4 but my magpul mbus don't work with it.

Yes, they work great. It's also nice to be able to adjust elevation on the rear sight.


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Yes, they work great. It's also nice to be able to adjust elevation on the rear sight.


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How about the offset rail for iron sights? I have a pair of brand new Mbus flip ups and it would be a shame to spend money on new offset sites if just an offset rail would work.
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That could work.


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I just put on the SigTac SB15. It is a stabilizing brace for pistols. Basically it's a legal way of putting on a stock and not being categorized as an SBR. You get a letter from the ATF stating it is only a brace and legal to use on pistols. Even here on Komifornia. It's sturdy, provides good support. It goes on easy and stays on tight. Only $139 on Amazon. imageuploadedbyfirearms-talk1394077779.616482.jpgimageuploadedbyfirearms-talk1394077802.111859.jpgimageuploadedbyfirearms-talk1394077819.511725.jpgimageuploadedbyfirearms-talk1394077840.539056.jpg


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Does it work well with the regular pistol tube? I heard KAK Industry has the special buffer tube designed to work with the Sig Brace.
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Does it work well with the regular pistol tube? I heard KAK Industry has the special buffer tube designed to work with the Sig Brace.

I use a regular pistol tube and it works great.
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If you'll notice the KAK one pushed the brace back farther and makes the overall length longer.


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Does it work well with the regular pistol tube? I heard KAK Industry has the special buffer tube designed to work with the Sig Brace.

It says it only for tubes that are 1"-1.2" . But my Phase 5 tube is 1.25" and it fit fine.


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