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Old 01-10-2014, 02:14 AM   #541
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Got my magpul moe illumination kit and an accuwedge in today. Haven't installed either yet so no pics.

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Old 01-10-2014, 08:54 PM   #542
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Got my Rainier arms evolution rail, YHM gas block/tube/roll pin.

Assembled it all now awaiting my upper which will be back tomorrow.



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Old 01-10-2014, 09:05 PM   #543
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Got my Rainier arms evolution rail, YHM gas block/tube/roll pin. Assembled it all now awaiting my upper which will be back tomorrow.
Good choice! I'm ordering the Samson version of this tomorrow! I really like the accessories for this rail system. I'm going with the 9" version.
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Good choice! I'm ordering the Samson version of this tomorrow! I really like the accessories for this rail system. I'm going with the 9" version.
I put both rails 2in(right side) 4in(bottom) on it along with sling mount that come with it (left side).

My brother in-law has the Samson 9in on his stag its very nice!! That's what lead me to this rail along with some suggestions from people here.

I personally just like the pattern on the Rainier evo more then the pattern on Samson evo but that's personal preference and the only difference between them.
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I put both rails 2in(right side) 4in(bottom) on it along with sling mount that come with it (left side). My brother in-law has the Samson 9in on his stag its very nice!! That's what lead me to this rail along with some suggestions from people here. I personally just like the pattern on the Rainier evo more then the pattern on Samson evo but that's personal preference and the only difference between them.
Very true! Pattern preference is important. Mine is going on a pistol build which will turn into an SBR when my stamp comes in. 8" 300 BLK with a KX3 flaming fig tucked just inside of it.
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Very true! Pattern preference is important. Mine is going on a pistol build which will turn into an SBR when my stamp comes in. 8" 300 BLK with a KX3 flaming fig tucked just inside of it.
That sounds like a sweet build gonna be cool looking to all of ur builds seem to fit my tastes
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I finally saved enough for an Aimpoint Pro. It is in transit today
It will be put on a 300 blackout and the Strikefire is moving to the 5.56.
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Ordered a grace pin punch set an the jp enterprise reduce trigger springs from midway usa.

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Decided I liked the LWRC UCIW stock that I bought for my SBR build so much that I decided to put it on my Tungsten Seekins Build.
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I took off the NEA Compact Carbine Stock and listed it on Gunbroker.
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It is a sweet stock, but the UCIW is way more comfortable. Plus the NEA was quite expensive compared to the $129.00 delivered price of the UCIW. When the NEA sells, I'll be ordering another from LWRC as well as som backup sights for the SBR build.

I also mounted a SigTac CP1 3X Prismatic Scope on it. For the money, I really like this optic.image-3265260138.jpg
Eye relief is perfect with this stock. Now I just need to get out and shoot the dang thing!
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I think it looks better with the lwrc stock on it.

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