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    Page one... That was such a long time ago. I thought you werent happy with the fit and finish on them and was considering an alternative. Ya gotta admit this build is like an on going saga, in a good way... With so many twists and turns its a real nail biter.
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    There definitely are some tooling lines visible through the cerakote. However, I actually kinda dig the aesthetic along with the slightly charcoal color and think it’ll pair awesome with the engravings and give it a real neo-industrial vibe.

    Also, build wise it still gives me exactly what I want. Lightening features, no ambi, and true free float barrel.
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    Quote Originally Posted by docsherm View Post
    You have it completely backwards, if you are talking about durability.

    It is fine for a hobby grade AR.
    Putting a heavier buffer alone does nothing to address the issue at hand; it just helps mitigate the negative side effects of said over-gas by reducing dwell time and, especially on a duty weapon thatís fouled up after a high round count firing schedule, having the heavier reciprocating mass ensures ejection and bolt closure. I didnít say that heavier buffers didnít have a purpose, I just said they donít address the issue of gas like an AGB does.

    I understand most people (myself included) with duty rifles donít have the ability to change out the gas block (since itís an issued weapon versus personally owned) so swapping out the buffer is an easy and allowable/undetectable option.

    If itís a personal rifle and not used ďon the jobĒ, fine tuning it with an AGB in no way decreases durability/reliability. Also, Iíve never swapped my buffers for lighter ones to reduce recoil like a lot of people do when running AGBs, in fact I generally use an H1 buffer with a Geissele braided spring but I donít go heavier than that and havenít needed to

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    So here’s another question. Is there any real reason to use or consider a visible laser? I’ve never been able to think of one save for possibly training, or bedside usage for people who need corrective lenses.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aragorn View Post
    So here’s another question. Is there any real reason to use or consider a visible laser? I’ve never been able to think of one save for possibly training, or bedside usage for people who need corrective lenses.
    Fort Tom started a thread about lasers not long ago. Lots of information there.

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    Yeah I followed that. All I really got from it was depends on environmental’s, may be complimentary to other sighting systems. More at home on rifles.

    Guess what I’m looking for is if there’s a good reason TO or NOT TO use one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aragorn View Post
    Yeah I followed that. All I really got from it was depends on environmental’s, may be complimentary to other sighting systems. More at home on rifles.

    Guess what I’m looking for is if there’s a good reason TO or NOT TO use one.

    Main sighting system is going to be a Kahles 1-8x
    That other thread was for pistol, wasn't it? And now we're talking carbine? I don't run lasers at all, except mounted to the heads of sharks in my evil lair, but isn't the main use of laser on carbines for IR and night vision? Otherwise, the only other reasons I'd consider a laser are psychological (no one likes a laser dot illuminating their sternum) or if I thought I'd have to be shooting but couldn't be "behind the gun", which isn't a scenario I actually plan for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aragorn View Post
    So hereís another question. Is there any real reason to use or consider a visible laser? Iíve never been able to think of one save for possibly training, or bedside usage for people who need corrective lenses.
    I use 00 Buck when I don't have my contacts in. [8D]

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    Well, I settled on and purchased a barrel. 5-7 weeks out supposedly.

    Black River Tactical CHF 12.5” with their EXC gas system.

    Should be pretty sweet.
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    Nice

    That’s not too bad of a wait.

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