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    Right, felt very positive - it's a detent deal.

    Alex said there were two that he was working on - this one for gas blocks under the rail, and essentially the same thing but with a push detent like the -L for in front of the rail applications. He didn't have one of the in front of the rail types on hand, but I did get to play with the one like Doc has.

    It's a better system IMO. If Alex makes the in front of the rail type for the -M, I'll jump on that like a cat on a rat.
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    Had the Dillon putting in work tonight




    I'm going to see what mags she likes. USGI, lancer (10rd), PMAGS (gen 1 30rd, gen 3 40rd)
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    "Had the Dillon putting in work tonight."

    A stack of fresh ammo beats a stack of gold coins any day. Let us know how your accuracy is affected by the different bullet profiles you're using.
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    I like the under the rail option as it means folks with standard length uppers can SBR without needing to buy a new upper.
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    Awesome!!! Very nice....great grouping too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MickeyC View Post
    I like the under the rail option as it means folks with standard length uppers can SBR without needing to buy a new upper.
    Exactly!
    And with the right length barrel (one that won't violate the warranty on the can), you've got rail all the way to the can.
    What's not to like?
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    When working with Alex I was set that the full length with the shortest possible barrel was the best option. You get sight radius and the ability to use factory stock length uppers. I sent him my rifle which is pretty old (one of the first 700 built) because he wanted to ensure that all his rifles could accept the conversion. It got a make over, new trigger guts and the stock which is the nicest adjustable stock I've handled to date. I have an ACR and I'm baffled why some people put the stock on this gun. My gun is so old it had two machined metal rods for a bolt catch (and it never failed!).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil doc View Post
    When working with Alex I was set that the full length with the shortest possible barrel was the best option. You get sight radius and the ability to use factory stock length uppers. I sent him my rifle which is pretty old (one of the first 700 built) because he wanted to ensure that all his rifles could accept the conversion. It got a make over, new trigger guts and the stock which is the nicest adjustable stock I've handled to date. I have an ACR and I'm baffled why some people put the stock on this gun. My gun is so old it had two machined metal rods for a bolt catch (and it never failed!).
    Thanks for posting man! I have blood sweat and tears into that rifle. Since it was the 1st one going out to a customer and conversion on an old school gun. I got to spend some time getting some final details dialed in. I built an identical conversion kit at the same time and tested in variously aged rifles up to current. Turned out great! I knew it was going to perform for you. I Love positive feedback!

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    So you did the work?! It looks great! Good job. Next time torgue the brake on, I unscrewed with light hand pressure. She's great.

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    Alex seems very pumped and most definitely onboard with this conversion.

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