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Old 11-03-2012, 12:53 AM   #11
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S&W is hands down great I have one as well you can also look into RRA & Spikes Tactical I've found them to be very reliable & look into a .458SOCOM upper while you are shopping for a "truck stopper" upper receiver. Spec Ops picked that up because it uses an existing Mag vs the .50 BW

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More reliable? B.a.d. are to make locking and releasing the bolt quicker. S&W are reliable stock, you can upgrade it to your liking. Different stock, quad rail, optic, fore and aft grips. Etc
Just something people trust more. Maybe a one BCG is better than the one in it. I have no doubt in my AR but if there is something I can do to make it better I won't to hear about it. I am still fairly new to the platform. I know what the b.a.d ifs for. And I thank I'm going to put MOE furniture on it. My current configuration (utg quad rail) seems very heavy for an AR.
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Old 11-03-2012, 01:07 AM   #13
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S&W is hands down great I have one as well you can also look into RRA & Spikes Tactical I've found them to be very reliable & look into a .458SOCOM upper while you are shopping for a "truck stopper" upper receiver. Spec Ops picked that up because it uses an existing Mag vs the .50 BW
I have bin looking at the .458. But I believe the .50 BW can use the same mag as 5.56 (10rds). But I could be wrong.
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That was exactly the reason why Spec Ops picked that up.... I guess I didn't mention it earlier it does use an existing GI mag it holds 9 rounds safely 10 is pushing it. It also comes with a stronger buffer spring

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Where have you looked? Try GD distributors in austin Texas tell them "moe" sent ya if you'd like, they are great people specialize on AR products huge supporters of People deployed as far as helping us get stuff

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Where have you looked? Try GD distributors in austin Texas tell them "moe" sent ya if you'd like, they are great people specialize on AR products huge supporters of People deployed as far as helping us get stuff
Well thanks ill defiantly do that.
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The .50BW as far as I know if you wanna use a GI mag you have to modify it

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The .50BW as far as I know if you wanna use a GI mag you have to modify it
Moe? I thank I have heard a buddy of mine say that name Will Casey usmc ring a bell?
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Sorry to it doesn't just an old co worker named Casey(army) rigs a bell :/

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Just something people trust more. Maybe a one BCG is better than the one in it. I have no doubt in my AR but if there is something I can do to make it better I won't to hear about it. I am still fairly new to the platform. I know what the b.a.d ifs for. And I thank I'm going to put MOE furniture on it. My current configuration (utg quad rail) seems very heavy for an AR.
Man you've got to do a better job with your grammar and wrong words, it gets old translating you. You want to hear about it or you won't hear about it?

If you're asking if you should buy another BCG, well that's up to you. Some people keep a spare but honestly it tends to morph into another AR. BCM is the best but your S&W BCG should be pretty good. You might look at an H buffer, a cheap and wise upgrade for the M4gery. Maybe even H2 since carbine gas and a 16" barrel slam the action back pretty hard.

The B.A.D. doesn't increase reliability but many people like it. MOE upgrades are cheap and smart.
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