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    Check you brass/case deflector if its at a 90 degree angle( going towards the muzzle) then you have the newer type of brass/case deflector. It is said that it does not need as much gas to eject the spent cases.

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    I run on 2. 1 will usually run. Especially with high pressure ammo. 2 or 3 is a sure bet if you get ammo that has a lower operating pressure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by owtlaw View Post
    I run on 2. 1 will usually run. Especially with high pressure ammo. 2 or 3 is a sure bet if you get ammo that has a lower operating pressure.
    Which gas block?

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    Type 3

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    Quote Originally Posted by owtlaw View Post
    Type 3
    Factory type 3 barrel or retro fit? If that's standard from the factory, the new blocks/dials are getting to be on the over gassed side. With options between 0 and 7, being able to run it on 1-2 without a can makes the higher settings pointless for most users. Adding a can makes it worse. Some smaller ports, on the barrel or the dial, would be nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ann View Post
    The desire to free float the barrel didn't work (in my opinion) for the AR until LMT built the monolithic upper. YES!! it has worked for a long time but engineering has proven that we can build better. I think that is with the SCAR and XCR, and the XCR is the winner in my book. I have been enhanced betting offers here
 on many missions where a 6.5 creed barrel and ammo would have been a life saver, over hiking a 15-20 point bolt gun up a mountain.
    What a clever way to spam people to get them to look at your link.....not.

    Get lost spammer.
    "Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human liberty. It is the argument of tyrants; the creed of slaves."-William Pitt the Younger

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sean K. View Post
    What a clever way to spam people to get them to look at your link.....not.

    Get lost spammer.
    Now hold on Sean.... Let's hear what he's got to say about the 15-20 point bolt gun that should be replaced with a creedmoor. I mean, he DID bring up LMT. That's worth a click.
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    Considering we're being spammed by a paid vendor... hell, why not. Bring them all on. Forum traffic is forum traffic, right?
    Fool-proofing serves only one purpose: identify bigger fools.

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    WTF Ann???

    My vote goes to Nate, Mechanic and Kermit to all chip in and start a new XCR forum.

    They will be the only 3 vendors allowed to sell on the site as "offical vendors" (still need to have a trading section though)

    As noted, I'm in for $100 if anyone wants to start it up!
    If assholes could fly, this place would be JFK international.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ann View Post
    The desire to free float the berrel didn't work (in my opinion) for the AR until LMT built the monolithic upper. YES!! it has worked for a long time but engineering has proven that we can build better. I think that is with the SCAR and XCR, and the XCR is the winner in my book. I have been enhanced betting offers here
 on many missions where a 6.5 creed barrel and ammo would have been a life saver, over hiking a 15-20 point bolt gun up a mountain.
    Seen a couple 12 point bolts running around one of our back pastures.....but never a 20....some monsters in your neck of the woods.
    Do what you've always done, get what you've always got. ----- Have gun. Will travel.

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