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Old 06-29-2018, 3:22 PM
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Ya, the pocket isn't machined for a sear. The gun did come as a FA option from the factory though. The bolt carrier assembly is very similar to an AR180, Bushmaster used a cut down m16 bolt and a standard m16 firing pin. The gas piston is proprietary, and so is the recoil spring, which sits around the gas piston and is held captive to the gas tube using a u shaped steel clip. Non of these old guns have logos, just the basic Bushmaster roll mark. The new guns (AR's) have logos of the old guns as pictured in my post above.

The arm pistol was originally made by Gwinn. It was made to stuff under ejection seats in fighter planes so if the pilot had to bail he had a shtf gun. I believe the first version was chambered in 221 fireball.

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