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I'd almost be nervous of constructive possession with one of those sitting in my garage
LOL I was thinking the same thing. How hard is it gonna be to not install it on your AR lower? Just resist, it will be hard but in no way would it be worth the trouble.
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Thanks RocketW19,

I will be posting prices up very soon on our AR Pistol GPU

Our GPU's have been running like a champ, and we have had some time to develop the different models of our uppers with PWS.

We also test fire each and every upper we build before we ship them out to ensure functionality.
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GREAT!! more Addax sweetness. So now I have to save up for a 16", 10.5" and 7.5" GPU!! You guys are killing me!.
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GREAT!! more Addax sweetness. So now I have to save up for a 16", 10.5" and 7.5" GPU!! You guys are killing me!.
Thanks,

10.5 is the shortest I will be going for now...
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Soon to be .338 spectre pistol

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You bad, bad man.
What happened to the .50 Beowulf and 458 SOCOM projects?
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You bad, bad man.
What happened to the .50 Beowulf and 458 SOCOM projects?
If this turns out good enough, the .458 is next. I already have the barrel, I ordered the .338 and .458 at the same time. I have a .458 rifle already and I'm really curious about this .338 spectre round. It looks like a good one for a pistol.
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great place to put this AR/AK pistol info..

http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=115364
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OOOOHHHH YEAH! Nice!

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OK, I just got back from shooting the AR pistol for the first time. It was just incredibly fun. Check out the video.

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OK, I just got back from shooting the AR pistol for the first time. It was just incredibly fun. Check out the video.

that is awsome, i so envy you right now! lol

Can you use a diffrent type of muzzle devize to make the fireball bigger
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Thanks Frijolito1988. I think no muzzle device will give you what you're looking for. I was having so much fun I forgot to get video of me shooting it weaver style. It was just as easy "dinging" those 100 yard plates shooting it offhand as it was when I used a cheek weld.

I also upgraded to FDE.


It wasn't as loud as I thought it would be, and recoil was almost non-existent. Addax's AR carbine with a fake suppressor was louder than my pistol.
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OK, I just got back from shooting the AR pistol for the first time. It was just incredibly fun. Check out the video.

Nice pistol man!!! I hope to finish mine soon...
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Hello Everyone,

I completed testing of our 10.5" and 11.5" Gas Piston Uppers that can be used for AR Pistols.

For those of you who have been waiting, we plan on releasing 2 models this next week.

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Here are some pics from my recent trip up to Idaho to test our uppers with Primary Weapons Systems.

Thanks to PWS, we were able to use their registered Full Auto SBR lower receiver to conduct our testing in full and semi auto testing.







(Please Note: The pictures were taken in Idaho with Primary Weapons Systems, using their registered Full Auto and SBR lower receiver).
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I've been reluctant to shoot an AR pistol with my cheek on the short buffer tube. How safe is shooting it the way you did it in the video? Should I be aware of anything in particular before trying it?

I've read that the charging handle can hit a shooter in the nose when shooting this way. Have you experienced this?
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I've been reluctant to shoot an AR pistol with my cheek on the short buffer tube. How safe is shooting it the way you did it in the video? Should I be aware of anything in particular before trying it?

I've read that the charging handle can hit a shooter in the nose when shooting this way. Have you experienced this?
First, the charging handle shouldn't hit you in the nose because its not a moving part, if it did, it would be your own fault for not closing it.....it really shouldn't though.

That is my preferred method of firing an AR pistol. It is comfortable, nothing to worry about.
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I've been reluctant to shoot an AR pistol with my cheek on the short buffer tube. How safe is shooting it the way you did it in the video? Should I be aware of anything in particular before trying it?

I've read that the charging handle can hit a shooter in the nose when shooting this way. Have you experienced this?

I have an AR pistol. I agree, that with a 16-20" rifle, there is enough recoil that if you were to place your cheek/nose close up to the charging handle, it'll take a jab at you. However, I guess because of the short barrel of an AR pistol, there isn't really much of a recoil. I have a 7" barrelled upper. I don't use a muzzle brake on my AR pistol, and the recoil is almost negligent that you could place your cheek/nose close up and you won't get hurt. Watch my friend up close in this vid of my AR pistol. Watch the recoil and how close he is to the charging handle.

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I have an AR pistol. I agree, that with a 16-20" rifle, there is enough recoil that if you were to place your cheek/nose close up to the charging handle, it'll take a jab at you. However, I guess because of the short barrel of an AR pistol, there isn't really much of a recoil. I have a 7" barrelled upper. I don't use a muzzle brake on my AR pistol, and the recoil is almost negligent that you could place your cheek/nose close up and you won't get hurt. Watch my friend up close in this vid of my AR pistol. Watch the recoil and how close he is to the charging handle.


Wait until you see my full auto video clip shooting the 10.5 one handed.

I am using the Addax Bulldog FSC Comp.

You won't be too worried about recoil when shooting one shot at a time.
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Hi everyone! I'm new to Calguns. I just completed my first AR rifle build...now i've got the bug for a pistol. Where can I get myself an AR pistol? I understand it having to be a single shot and be built out-of-state...but how do I go about finding someone that'll build it...then ship it back to california? Or...any dealers out there that have 'em already built with the mag block and mag lock?
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Wait until you see my full auto video clip shooting the 10.5 one handed.

I am using the Addax Bulldog FSC Comp.

You won't be too worried about recoil when shooting one shot at a time.
OOOOH, the suspense. Can't wait to see that! Gotta say, Addax, I LOVE YOUR JOB! You taking applications/interviews...j/k
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So you can't just DROS a "pistol only" lower without the upper? That seems odd to me, but then again most of California's gun laws are really odd.
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So you can't just DROS a "pistol only" lower without the upper? That seems odd to me, but then again most of California's gun laws are really odd.
Please correct me if I am wrong, but I believe you have to have a complete pistol with a fix bobsled mag installed and absolutely no stock or stock receivable buffer tube upon the date of DROS.
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Please correct me if I am wrong, but I believe you have to have a complete pistol with a fix bobsled mag installed and absolutely no stock or stock receivable buffer tube upon the date of DROS.
I thought the problem with semi-auto uppers was they would not pass the drop test with a pistol buffer tube and so that is why they do them single shot. I didn't think it was about the capacity. But I have no idea. I am totally new to the AR pistol thing. I'm asking, not telling.

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Will a normal pistol length upper pass the drop test with a bobsled magazine fixed in place with a maglock?

I got the impression that in order to pass the drop test you had to modify the upper in some way (not sure how) so that it is no longer gas operated and will no longer cycle rounds on its own.

Legal definition is not what I am concerned about. I am concerned about when they physically drop it from whatever height they drop it from to test it will it go "click".

From what little I've been able to grasp from the earlier posts, the only reason they even reference them as single shot is in order to pass the drop test. Of course, I don't totally get how the drop test works or how having a gas operated upper verse one that no longer cycles rounds automatically would effect the results. So I'm pretty much just a ball of confusion at this point.

I hope I am totally wrong and all I need is a bobsled magazine, maglock, pistol only off list lower, and a normal pistol length rifle kit.

Also, where is a good place to pickup a Pistol Only Off List Lower? I did not see them on ColdWarShooters.com or on TenPercentFirearms.com, which are my usual sources for lowers (figured they would appriciate a plug anyways).

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There's an exemption to the drop test if the pistol is a single shot. Either install the fixed one shot mag, or remove the gas tube.
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There's an exemption to the drop test if the pistol is a single shot. Either install the fixed one shot mag, or remove the gas tube.
Thank you! Now I get it! That was the missing piece of the puzzle. Boy do I feel silly, but that is nothing new.

Now, where can I get an "off list pistol only lower"?

I do not have my FFL so am I going to have to have it all shipped to somebody who does and have them assemble it for me before they can DROS it to me?

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Thank you! Now I get it! That was the missing piece of the puzzle. Boy do I feel silly, but that is nothing new.

Now, where can I get an "off list pistol only lower"?

I do not have my FFL so am I going to have to have it all shipped to somebody who does and have them assemble it for me before they can DROS it to me?
mega makes a pistol only lower. you will have to find someone in ca that carries them (mega dealer). you will then have to find them a bob sled (if they don't already have one). then you need to bring an upper (any upper), an lpk with maglock (BB, B15, P50) and buffer tube ASSEMBLY (SANS STOCK) and assemble the gun at the store before dros. then dros it as a (single shot) pistol. then come back ten days later and pick it up and thank them for being so accomodating.

there are other ways to get an ar pistol. this is only one way and probably the way to go if you want a mega pistol only marked lower.

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isnt the best looking ar pistol, but here it is...

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I think I'm going to need one of those they look like a lot of fun
how is the recoil and accuracy on one of those compared to other pistols?
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I think i shall build my 80% fairly soon , or fire one!! lol
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isnt the best looking ar pistol, but here it is...

did you spray paint your receiver? its looks pretty glossy. i was thinking about painting mine and forgeting about the duracoat.
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