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Old 03-05-2006, 12:30 AM
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What's that lower? the one that ONLY have the lower....
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Stag Lower
Stag-15 Model 2H/ARMS #40
Stag buttstock kit
Stag lpk
Bushmaster mag/Sporting Conversions kit

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Old 03-05-2006, 4:44 PM
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Hey..
I'm interested in owning a M4 Carbine. I'm in the Californai Army National Guard and need to practice shooting once in awhile. Where do I start looking? I like some of them I seen in this thread, but I don't know where to start on this. Can someone help me out?
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Old 03-05-2006, 5:16 PM
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I'm interested in owning a M4 Carbine. I'm in the Californai Army National Guard and need to practice shooting once in awhile. Where do I start looking? I like some of them I seen in this thread, but I don't know where to start on this. Can someone help me out?

http://www.del-ton.com/SearchResult.aspx?CategoryID=80

then after that all you need is a lower. I got mine at CWS

www.coldwarshooters.com
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Old 03-05-2006, 6:51 PM
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I'm interested in owning a M4 Carbine. I'm in the Californai Army National Guard and need to practice shooting once in awhile. Where do I start looking? I like some of them I seen in this thread, but I don't know where to start on this. Can someone help me out?
You need to read the AR FAQ first. Then get a lower and look at all the options listed above...have fun.
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Old 03-05-2006, 8:06 PM
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OK guys, here's my latest build. I apologize for the crappy quality of the pics, I'll get some better ones up later.



STAG-15 5.56mm lower
Armalite A2 upper
Armalite standard LPK
Mil Surplus A2 Buttstock
ARMS #39A
EOTech 552
Sporting Conversions Kit (that guy must be LOADED by now heh )!
I like it because I can pop off the ARMS #39A and have that classic A2 look and feel when I don't feel like using optics.

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Old 03-06-2006, 11:02 AM
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just gonna bump this to the top to show off my build ...
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thats an extremely BLACK rifle. You have photoshop, or any other photo-editing software? Not trying to rip on the photo, i would just like to get a better look at your build.
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thats an extremely BLACK rifle. You have photoshop, or any other photo-editing software? Not trying to rip on the photo, i would just like to get a better look at your build.
It was taken at my house with my video camera. I'm bringing my work camera home tonight so I'll have some better photos to put up there.
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Here's two shots of my latest build done with a better camera:





Stag Arms STAG-15 5.56mm lower reciever
Armalite A2 Upper
Armalite Lower Parts Kit
Mil Surplus A2 Buttstock
ARMS #39A
EOTech 552
The Obligatory Sporting Conversions fixed mag kit
Bushmaster 10 round ATF approved mag
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My Kali self-Loaders






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Those rifles look sweet!
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But How do they shoot ? Steel sights ?
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I hope this link works, i have not had good luck with posting pictures.



I thought I had a dozen 30-rd magazines, but could only find six of them. Anyway, thanks to Ten Percent Firearms for the upper.
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Old 03-09-2006, 10:09 PM
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Hmm, can I come over and "find" your mags?
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I hope this link works, i have not had good luck with posting pictures.



I thought I had a dozen 30-rd magazines, but could only find six of them. Anyway, thanks to Ten Percent Firearms for the upper.
You need to hit up Bushmaster for an Izzy Muzzlebreak for that thing. Awesome detachable mag build man! I'm gonna have to try running my A2 rifle as a detachable mag build sometime.
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Old 03-09-2006, 10:58 PM
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Nice rifles, but...not rain on your parade or anything but isn't that an a2 FH on your kel-tec?
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Nice rifles, but...not rain on your parade or anything but isn't that an a2 FH on your kel-tec?
You can find those at Del-Ton... they're cool. They look like A2 flash hiders but they're really just muzzle breaks.

He does need to get that killer upper onto an off-list lower though where it belongs.
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Nice rifles, but...not rain on your parade or anything but isn't that an a2 FH on your kel-tec?
It could be a A2 Flash hider look-a-like muzzle break.

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Nice rifles, but...not rain on your parade or anything but isn't that an a2 FH on your kel-tec?

No it is not a F.Hider. It is a A2 style muzzle brake only. If you look at the first pic sittin on the bipod u can see that the muzzle opening on the brake is closed.
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Thats a sweet lookin Kel-tec SU-16CA!!! Makes me wish I would have bought one of those instead of my off-lister.
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Hmm, can I come over and "find" your mags?
Not if you are going to play "Finders Keepers".
I think I lost the other magazines when I moved to Fremont in 1998. If I can't find the rest of my 30-rds, I'll be pretty sad. As for a muzzle brake, I reall didn't want one, just a nut to protect the threads. In regards to the safety detent spring bracket, I made it from scrap sheet metal I found lying around at work and bent it with a hammer and vise. Then I drilled a mounting hole and shaped it with a file. Not too hard to do, but you do have to cut down the safety detent spring to a shorter length.

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dwtt: very nice setup.
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If you use CLP on the stock, it turns out really nice.
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Stag upper, superior lower, and an ebay brand stock.

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What is it you see?
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If you use CLP on the stock, it turns out really nice.
Why would you want a stock covered with lubricant? You'll end up with it all over your face after a day at the range.
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Why would you want a stock covered with lubricant? You'll end up with it all over your face after a day at the range.
He doesn't mean to spray or submerge the stock in lubricant. He just means to grab a rag and apply a very light coat of CLP to give the stock a better and more uniform finish.
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Nice rifle! But maybe you should try an A2 stock.
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I agree!

I'm gonna order another shorty CQB kit and get the A2 stock in that kit and swap them. I don't really like the way this looks with the 20" barrel and the collapsable stock.

Thanks for the feedback.

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A non AR only pic thread? WooHoo! My SU-16CA.






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Finished with final assembly at about 2 am.




Fulton Lower
Fulton Liberator upper (16")
YHM FF handguard
YHM Flip-up front sight
Tango Down forward handgrip
Tango Down rail panels
Magpul ladder panels
Magpul 93B stock
Magpul MIAD grip
ACOG NSN optics
LPK from Stag (thru 10%)

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Don't put an A2 stock on there... you've got the free floated barrel so go for an A2 length ACE ARFX Skeleton stock. Then add an ARMS#39A to the carry handle and mount a scope on it. Coyotes everywhere BEWARE !
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Nice rifle! But maybe you should try an A2 stock.
that's exactly what i was thinking
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that's exactly what i was thinking
Trust me man... go ACE Skeleton stock. It would look awesome with the free floated barrel.
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WHOO HOO !

I am totally stoked! I met a guy at the range today who hooked me up with this scope. I'm not really a iron sights kinda guy so this was a VERY good first shoot! I'll try the scope out tomorrow.


Here's the first 20 shots (like I said, I'm not an open sights kinda guy) I don't think it's too bad. That includes adjusting it in. (I ran out of ammo)


This is with open sights
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