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    Sorry, late to the game.
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    AEnema Bay, aren't you the fellow that was developing the .22 conversion? Maybe I'm wrong.
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    Anyone know the weight difference between mlok and keymod in the same length upper?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mjorin View Post
    AEnema Bay, aren't you the fellow that was developing the .22 conversion? Maybe I'm wrong.
    Yeah, I was. I also helped Mountain Man with the folding charging handles and was working on an ACR adapter (ezed's version was MUCH more refined so I dropped the project). Once I get another XCR I'll start working on the .22 conversion again. Especially now that I have my own quasi-machine shop at home instead of having to farm out work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AEnemaBay View Post
    Yeah, I was. I also helped Mountain Man with the folding charging handles and was working on an ACR adapter (ezed's version was MUCH more refined so I dropped the project). Once I get another XCR I'll start working on the .22 conversion again. Especially now that I have my own quasi-machine shop at home instead of having to farm out work.
    *cough AK lower *cough.
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