SBR AR with can

Discussion in 'DIY Projects' started by HotGuns, May 18, 2012.

  1. HotGuns

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    Here's one I put together. Its a Delta Company Arms 9" upper, with a MWI forearm that is 10" long. Using an AAC Cylone suppressor, it's quiet, fairly short overall and very accurate. Its on an SBR'ed Bushmaster lower and it sports a Magpul stock and grip.

    Its 100 percent on the cycling using Remington 220 Subsonic rounds. While its not the quietest load that I've shot, its not bad. Of course, the Remington is made to function in an AR and it does that quite well.

    Whatdya think? Do you like the way it looks or not?

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  2. Nch22000

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    That's very nice. I wish I could have a suppressor and a SBR. But Iowa says "no". So you have to pay for 2 tax stamps for that right?

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  3. HotGuns

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    Yep, one for the SBR and one for the Cyclone. Its sucks but thats the way it is...
     
  4. trip286

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    Some people don't understand when we gun nuts call a gun sexy. If they still don't get it after seeing that sweet puppy, they'll never understand
     
  5. purehavoc

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    Very nice , Im awaiting on a SBR stamp to come back myself . Next thing is going to be a suppressor but cash is tight right now with alot of recent purchases :D. Cant wait to get the stamp so I can get this thing put together. Just another 4-5 months wait :rolleyes:
     
  6. Nch22000

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    Ok, so I'm in Iowa and as such I have not been around a suppressed firearm of any kind. What does it sound like when you fire. I know it is not like the movies. But is is quiet enough to shoot without ear plugs in?
    I have a muzzle break on my ar that surprised the hell out of me when I let somebody else shoot it while I was standing off his right shoulder. I've had people ask me if it's a 308 a few times.

    Nick
     
  7. purehavoc

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    Suppressed with subsonic rounds is very quiet . Beyond that I would still wear hearing protection . That's just me and I don't have great hearing and want to keep what little I have left
     
  8. HotGuns

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    They are quiet enough that hearing protection is not required.
     
  9. Whitesoxfan1

    Whitesoxfan1 New Member

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    I think it looks horrible so just give it to me and I will make it better!! J/K Looks awesome!!

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