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coolvarmint
03-21-2006, 8:34 PM
Does anyone shoot an AR with fixed mag in SR or any HP with rapid fire stages?? Is it possible to reload and still finish in 60 or 70 seconds?? Just curious, Ive got 2 lowers coming and really want to shoot SR. If not does anyone shoot in Reno?? If so where and how often do they have matches?? Hopefully the will list and this will be a moot point, but for now its not. Thanks alot, Scott

Pthfndr
03-22-2006, 12:26 AM
At the Sac Valley HP matches they'll let you shoot it in SR. When the command to load is given you close your bolt on an EMPTY chamber (under the watchful eye of your scorer) and then with the upper pivoted open load ALL 10 rounds. After shooting two rounds you must remove the rifle from position, then reshoulder and continue firing the remaining 8 rounds.

This is only for club and registered matches. Not the state matches. They try to accomadate new shooters within the constraints of our stupid laws.

NRAhighpowershooter
03-22-2006, 8:56 AM
Same with Richmond and Chabot....

Santa Cruz Armory
03-24-2006, 5:59 PM
Does anyone shoot an AR with fixed mag in SR or any HP with rapid fire stages?? Is it possible to reload and still finish in 60 or 70 seconds?? Just curious, Ive got 2 lowers coming and really want to shoot SR. If not does anyone shoot in Reno?? If so where and how often do they have matches?? Hopefully the will list and this will be a moot point, but for now its not. Thanks alot, Scott



I have strippers that I use in my flop top AR. They're 10 rounders but I can only get 8 or 9 to go in, the other round(s) comes out of the stripper but I have to push them in the mag by hand. I'm sure you could perfect it but Iv'e never tried it for speed.

I got these from a guy at work I'll try to find out where he gets them. I had to modify the rail a little to get it to fit over the bolt catch.

I hope this helps

~Robert

http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e346/BLFD1/P1038.jpg
http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e346/BLFD1/101037.jpg
http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e346/BLFD1/010042.jpg
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metalhead357
03-25-2006, 5:24 PM
Any word on where the guy got these from?????????????


Metalhead:)


I have strippers that I use in my flop top AR. They're 10 rounders but I can only get 8 or 9 to go in, the other round(s) comes out of the stripper but I have to push them in the mag by hand. I'm sure you could perfect it but Iv'e never tried it for speed.

I got these from a guy at work I'll try to find out where he gets them. I had to modify the rail a little to get it to fit over the bolt catch.

I hope this helps

~Robert

http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e346/BLFD1/P1038.jpg

http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e346/BLFD1/010042.jpg
http://i42.photobucket.com/albums/e346/BLFD1/P10041.jpg

Pablo
03-26-2006, 2:04 AM
I have strippers that I use in my flop top AR. They're 10 rounders but I can only get 8 or 9 to go in, the other round(s) comes out of the stripper but I have to push them in the mag by hand. I'm sure you could perfect it but Iv'e never tried it for speed.

I got these from a guy at work I'll try to find out where he gets them. I had to modify the rail a little to get it to fit over the bolt catch.

I hope this helps

~Robert



I also would like to know where to get some of those strippers.

Thank you

Santa Cruz Armory
03-26-2006, 8:45 PM
Hey guys~

I'm still waiting on a return email from my boss on where he got the strippers from. I will post as soon as I know. They do make loading easier for the "Kali flop top" models. I have people at the range asking about them also.:D

~Robert

Matt-man
03-26-2006, 8:57 PM
Beta makes a similar stripper clip loader (http://betaco.com/details.asp?rid=1&weapon=M16/M4)for the C-mags. Shoeless sells a modified version that fits the FAB-10, but I can't find their web site right now. At any rate, Beta's loader is $17.50 direct from them.

http://betaco.com/img/lcms10.jpg

Santa Cruz Armory
03-27-2006, 2:09 PM
Ok, I talked to him and he said that they come in bandoliers of battle packed ammo from Canada?

Supposedly you are supposed to be able to burn and cook with them (the strippers and loader) when you're finished....As for what company sells them he's not sure, but he says that he picked alot of them up off the ground at the range (Livermore Rod and Gun Club) a couple years ago.

So, I guess that you would have to find out what company provides them with thier ammo? Does anyone have any ideas where they came from ??


Thanks,

Robert