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Put on a flastlight mount and have my Inova led light on there.

 

Also have my hidden and secure storage for it. Very happy with this wall safe. lock bars on top bottom and side.

 

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Let's talk ARs. All kinds. Lets see what you have, what you've done, and discuss what you plan to do. I'll start off.   I have owned and built a couple of ARs, but right now only have one, a Ruger S

My 7.5” pistol. And I figured since it has a Sig red dot I’d throw my other Sigs in there for good measure.  

Best and most accurate and reliable AR’s I’ve ever owned, both over 8k rounds with ZERO malfunctions FDE Barrett Rec7 Gen2 Piston 5.56 Grey Barrett Rec7 DI 300 Blk/Out Sent from Above

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Here are my toy, just a heads up i have a problem,

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I truely hope no one tries to help them selves into my house. I may not have fancy optics as i am an iron sight type guy, don't have to worry about batteries.

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Very nice collection.

I like iron sights, but a properly sighted in red dot can be used by anyone. which is important for home defense when non gun users may have to take action.

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Very nice collection.

I like iron sights, but a properly sighted in red dot can be used by anyone. which is important for home defense when non gun users may have to take action.

 

that is why my 12 guage has it, so my wife can be surgical with it lol

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HZhardy, is that one of those 50BMG uppers pinned onto a standard AR lower in one of your pictures? Just wondering how it is to shoot, has it held up, and anything else you can tell me about it. Thanks!

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it is, and shot great, but I recently sold it since there are not very many places to go play with it at were I live. Not to mention the cost of 5 dollars a round. I just hated shooting it prone as your body takes all the recoil and the muzzle brake covers you in dirt. If you pin one on any reputable forged lower you should be just fine. Mine was on a stag lower.

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I've only shot colt M4's, we transitioned out of the iron sites in about 2007-2008 and the MN guard all has red dot varient scope other then some of the m16's with acogs for squad desigated marksmen. All these nice adaptions and add-ons are sweet :) I was looking at Rugers SR556 in 223/5.56. Has the piston set up like a H/K, and for the guy earlier who was asking about cleaning up the rifles.. make sure you clean the star chamber, and it's worth getting the special brush for it to break up the carbon. For cleaning things.. I like plain CRP.

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...and for the guy earlier who was asking about cleaning up the rifles.. make sure you clean the star chamber, and it's worth getting the special brush for it to break up the carbon. For cleaning things.. I like plain CRP.

 

 

 

That was me, thanks. Not sure what you mean by star chamber, I can't find any reference to that in the papers or online. I disassemble the bolt, clean and lube that and same for the barrel. Then I pose with it in front of the mirror to admire its badass-ness. :lol:

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It is a cotton swab that look like your rifle bolt head. You place it on a jag and clean your bolt extension. See reference below.

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The orientation if the bolt lugs resemble a star.

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...and for the guy earlier who was asking about cleaning up the rifles.. make sure you clean the star chamber, and it's worth getting the special brush for it to break up the carbon. For cleaning things.. I like plain CRP.

 

That was me, thanks. Not sure what you mean by star chamber, I can't find any reference to that in the papers or online. I disassemble the bolt, clean and lube that and same for the barrel. Then I pose with it in front of the mirror to admire its badass-ness. :lol:

 

I know what you mean, I feel like Ron Jeremy everytime I open my gun safe lol.

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