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Old 11-04-2008, 5:58 PM
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I went with the Brownells Baking Lacquer. It was only 15 bucks. I may try your method on my AK.
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hey, quick question, since these are not rifles, they dont need bullet buttons correct? i see bullet buttons, but these are legally pistols?
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hey, quick question, since these are not rifles, they dont need bullet buttons correct? i see bullet buttons, but these are legally pistols?
I'm pretty sure they need the bullet button because the magazine is located outside of the grip. I'll be correctly shortly if I am wrong. A quick search here will lead you to the PC.

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you need a way to pin the mag on semi autos since a pistol with a detachable magazine outside of the grip is an assult weapon.

you also need to keep the fixed mag at 10 rounds or less.
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hey, quick question, since these are not rifles, they dont need bullet buttons correct? i see bullet buttons, but these are legally pistols?
Because a detachable mag outside of the Pistol Grip on a pistol is an an AW.

Fixed mags are OK outside of the PG.
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**UPDATED**

Ahhh.. there, that looks a little better

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After being converted to semi-auto does the muzzle device need to be permanently attatched so the barrel threads are un-useable?
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NO. An AR pistol in CA must have a locked 10 round mag configuration at all times. With a non-detachable magazine pistol, a threaded barrel is not an issue.
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where's the second one for your other hand? no double fisted?
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Nice, and thanks for making them available.
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I have a bunch more kits coming. Should have close to a dozen pistols ready to buy close to the end of December.
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What do you guys think of a 10.5" Side Charging Addax Gas Piston AR Pistol Upper?

I have already released and sold these in very limited numbers, mainly to LEO's (as SBR's), but I am planning on releasing this model on our website soon.



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Is that a piston upper with a side charger!
Either way, you will get plenty of sales between here and ARF.
Side chargers with non-reciprocating handles are the cat's meow man. Entry teams would love this upper. I think you could sell a ton of them. Heck, I'd buy one.

Sorry, just checked the price. Its out of my ball park of affordable. I'm sure they are very high quality products though. I know of no one else who offers a side charger piston design!

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Man Tech thats looking pretty sick! One of your newest creations?
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Is that a piston upper with a side charger!
Either way, you will get plenty of sales between here and ARF.
Side chargers with non-reciprocating handles are the cat's meow man. Entry teams would love this upper. I think you could sell a ton of them. Heck, I'd buy one.

Sorry, just checked the price. Its out of my ball park of affordable. I'm sure they are very high quality products though. I know of no one else who offers a side charger piston design!
Thanks,

We sold out of our Side Charging GPU's at the SAR show.

The Side Charging GPU's we are going to release are going to be offered as one of our Combat Elite Series GPU's.
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can you still use a tool to drop a mag so you can attach a new loaded mag on these ar pistols?
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Yes. I have one such pistol for sale at $1099.
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Man Tech thats looking pretty sick! One of your newest creations?
Sure is...I'll bring it up to Sac with me next time....
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Ok... here you go.



Still debating on which muzzle brake to get. I have a Piggy FH, but I think I wanna go with a brake on this one.

No bolt catch installed... waiting till after I apply a bake-on enamel.

and still need a BUIS/optics.
How did you engrave the Safe, Fire, Pistol, Caliber, and SN?

BTW, your finished product looks great.
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Is that a piston upper with a side charger!
Either way, you will get plenty of sales between here and ARF.
Side chargers with non-reciprocating handles are the cat's meow man. Entry teams would love this upper. I think you could sell a ton of them. Heck, I'd buy one.

Sorry, just checked the price. Its out of my ball park of affordable. I'm sure they are very high quality products though. I know of no one else who offers a side charger piston design!
Here is a special 11.5 Addax GPU Pistol Upper on my personal Spikes Pistol Lower.

This is a one of kind set up, but I might make a few more in the near future.






Btw, our GPU Side Charger Uppers will start at $1399 inc. the pistol side charger GPU, which is not a bad price considering what you will be getting.
Sabre Defense Barrel, DD M4 FSP Rail, Billet 7075 Side Charging upper, FSC Bulldog comp, Piston System.
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Wow! That is a beauty Addax. Has she been to the range yet?
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Wow!
absolutely Wow. I'm sure they are worth every penny, I just can't afford them for what I use them for these days.
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This is a beautiful, simple little pistol, I really like it!
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After being converted to semi-auto does the muzzle device need to be permanently attatched so the barrel threads are un-useable?
What's the word? How do you do this? Should I fire up the TIG before removing the sled, etc.?
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What's the word? How do you do this? Should I fire up the TIG before removing the sled, etc.?
semi auto AR pistols must be fix-mag or BB equipped. That will allow you to have a threaded barrel and/or FH.
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Wow, that's nice. Congratulations, and it's about time.
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haha, damn skippy! thanks!
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nice .... i need to get a nice optic for mine still .. how you like that red dot? i got a rdp2 off my sniper rifle but it seems like it does not sit high enough
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nice .... i need to get a nice optic for mine still .. how you like that red dot? i got a rdp2 off my sniper rifle but it seems like it does not sit high enough
i haven't actually used this red dot yet. i do like it though but i'm not sure how well it would hold up on a .223. it should do well on something like a .22LR.
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It finally came and I can finally contribute to this thread instead of just looking.

Specs:
- Anvil Arms complete pistol lower with custom etching (including LPK, heavy buffer, and sling mount).
- RRA upper
- Tac Latch CH
- YHM free float carbine quad rail
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- Surefire G2 on a CAA 5 position flashlight mount
- Wilderness single point sling
- Bullet Button w/ 10/20 PMAG

The total length on it is about 22 inches.

In the future I plan on some FDE ladder rail covers, red dot, FDE PMAG, and too fill in the Anvil Arms logo with an FDE paint.

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Some nice looking pistols here!! Thanks for giving me MORE ideas... NOT!! (Who needs to eat anyway!???!)

Here's my little babies.... (or as my friend calls them "Satan's child's toys"!
The AR-15 Pistol
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The AR-15 Pistol is built on an 80% lower that I made, a side cocking upper with a STG Supply barrel, a Gun Smoke Enterprises buffer spring, and a Noveske KX3 FirePig.

The AR-15 Pistol was DuraCoated by Drew at Airbrush Armory!!

Now I just have to learn to hit the broad side of a barn with it!!!


The ST-22 Pistol
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The ST-22 is built on an 80% lower that I made, has a Spike's Tactical Upper and a Noveske KX3 FirePig.

I had some problems with the ST-22 at first (wouldn't load or cycle properly... but I believe I have those problems solved)

As opposed to the AR-15, this gun is a joy to shoot!! I just wish I could have one in full auto!!! But that's not going to happen in this wonderful State!!!

And I am planning on having the ST-22 painted in a classic Colt Dark Olive Green w/ the rails and other smaller parts in black.

To be honest, the lower on the ST-22 is one of the first ones I ever did and it has some pretty major flaws that would have prevented it being used in any .223 pistol or other firearm, but those specific flaws become moot in a 22LR. (Thankfully!!!!)
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Has anyone been harrassed by LE, or range workers for these????? Im chompin at the bit wanting to get one just a lil nervous as I have already had to deal with the BLM on an OLL rifle
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I've been to three different ranges. Two outdoor (A Place to Shoot & Angeles Range plus the Burbank Firing Line) Angeles didn't care at all, A Place to Shoot stopped and looked for a minute (my guess is that because I was on the steel pistol range he wanted to make sure I wasn't shooting .223. (But I was only shooting the ST-22 and an AR-22.

Burbank Firing Line seems to not care as long as they aren't too busy. I have the impression that they are fine with OLL, just they don't like to have anything too scary looking to spook off new shooters. (so it would be a good thing to call first before going over with anything that remotely looks like an 'assault weapon' (pardon my use of that BS word) Of course, part of that could be that they know me there so they cut me some slack. I also don't believe they allow the shooting of .223, just the .22 conversions

So... no problems yet!!! Knock on wood!!!
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So where do you go in cali to get one of these lowers???
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