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Old 03-20-2010, 10:09 AM
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Cool let's see your KAC gear!

now that we have knight's armament being smuggled into california, i want to see what everyone's got. post up your KAC gear! (i know some people here have SR15 and SR25 rifles here. i'd love to see them if you're willing to show them.)



SR-15 E3 Upper, PDW-style Foregrip, Triple Tap Brake (...and yes don't worry, that's a 10/30 mag)



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I've currently just got the KAC Shield patch and some ideas based on their rifles.

Patch I got from you, by the way, thanks a lot. Great shipping. Didn't realize you were in Duarte.

How do you like their BUIS? I've been thinking about using them for a BUIS on a long barrel build.
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Why are they all of a sudden being allowed? That's awesome!
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Why are they all of a sudden being allowed? That's awesome!
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I have a KAC trigger. Not much to see there!
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I've currently just got the KAC Shield patch and some ideas based on their rifles.

Patch I got from you, by the way, thanks a lot. Great shipping. Didn't realize you were in Duarte.

How do you like their BUIS? I've been thinking about using them for a BUIS on a long barrel build.
thanks and yes, we're in duarte.

to answer your question, i really like KAC's line of BUIS. i have experience with BUIS by ARMS, MI, PRI, Troy, and KAC... of them all i like KAC's best because of a few things. 1) they are really low profile 2) they flip up and down without the use of buttons 3) they are rock solid in terms of mounting, maintaining zero, and staying in deployed or stowed postions.

the main reason i switched over to KAC BUIS in the first place was that i had a clearance issue with the VTAC flash light mount that i like to run on the end of the rail. there were no other BUIS that i could find that would work in the limited space that the VTAC mount would allow for. others would fit but cannot be deployed or retracted because of buttons that needed to be pressed. KAC's doesn't need that so it made it the best choice for my intended usage. this can be seen in this picture:


KAC Front and Rear Flip Sights (the rear one is the 300M model)
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I'd love a URX II rail for a future build. Anyone have access to the barrel nut tool or able to get a barrel installed for me? (Know someone who can do this in So Cal at least?)

Nice looking rifles guys. Very nice.
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free installs if you buy the URX rail from me! URX mid's and rifle lengths will be in stock this coming week.
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I had a feeling this thread was going to be the same 4 people posting over and over again
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nice build jerry and jeffu.. the triple tap is very tempting..
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I've got a Knight's rail and a few patches but alas no upper to mount it on just yet. So no pics yet, but soon...
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My first KAC and now after firing it, won't be my last



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Here's some KAC gear.
Don't have the triple tap anymore but still got the KAC FSB.
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Don't have the triple tap anymore but still got the KAC FSB.
WHERED U GET THE SILVER ONE??
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I bought it when it was first released to the public. I got it from operationparts.
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KAC G36 Rifle-length RAS
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free installs if you buy the URX rail from me! URX mid's and rifle lengths will be in stock this coming week.
Like I really need more temptation to buy rifle parts right now. I haven't even finished #1 and you're trying to get me started on #2...maybe #3?

But alas, I have a legit question. Is the URX available in anything other black? I'd love a rifle length URX in FDE. Would be great for a Mk12 (Is that right) clone.
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WOW... You guys have all the coolest toys. One day I will have a chance to own some cool looking ARs.
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Don't have the triple tap anymore but still got the KAC FSB.
the FSB!!!

lemme know if you ever want to sell that thing!!!
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But alas, I have a legit question. Is the URX available in anything other black? I'd love a rifle length URX in FDE. Would be great for a Mk12 (Is that right) clone.
URX II's are only available in black from the factory. you can have one of the many talented members here on calguns to duracoat it for you. may i suggest technique? click here to see his services.
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Don't have the triple tap anymore but still got the KAC FSB.
where and how much was that front sight block?
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URX II Mid-Length Rail, 300M Flip Sight, Finger Stop, Triple Tap Brake
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URX II's are only available in black from the factory. you can have one of the many talented members here on calguns to duracoat it for you. may i suggest technique? click here to see his services.
Damn...and all their mil standard stuff is that beautiful khaki. What I wouldn't do for an M110 or any of their good stuff.

I've got a friend local who will Duracoat my parts just for the Duracoat. Trick is to have enough parts to use the majority of the Duracoat so I don't lose out too much on the deal.

Who knows, maybe I'll send Technique a PM and see how things work out. I still need a lower for my next build anyway.

Thanks for all the help and the inspiration with the pricey goodies.
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Forgot I had this thing..
RIS on the Colt 9mm upper and RAS I need to put on a carbine.





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lemme know if you ever want to sell that thing!!!
I'd never sell it! One of my favorite pieces I've collected. Actually trying to get started on a build for this now..


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where and how much was that front sight block?
I paid around $600 a couple years ago. Best places to look for one is either ARF or M4carbine.
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This is really, really NICE!!! This is a unique KAC piece that you don't see very often. Great job!
Thanks! I actually got a pretty good deal on it from another CalGunner who ended up receiving it in a trade. He didn't need it so he contacted me.
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My only KAC gear to date...
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Hey pacrimguru, how do you like that triple tap? I like the way it looks, and have read some good reviews, but just trying to get an idea of whether the price is justified.
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the short answer for most people is no. in terms of performance, it is way up there but a $400+ brake is pretty extreme for most people to comprehend. in terms of "wow factor" than yes, absolutely. it just depends. i enjoy shooting mine and i feel like i'm compromising whenever i shoot my uppers that don't have it on. it does everything as advertised... it is a bit better than everything out there. but is the price worth that edge? that's up to the end user to decide.

if you can swing it then i say go for it. if you're going to break (no pun intended) yourself doing it then don't. there are plenty of brakes that come close in performance but non that completely match it.
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pacrimguru,

Have you had a chance to spend some ammo at night time with any of the KAC Triple Taps on? It looks like it would hide some flash, but hard to say. I've always had hiders on my oll's... hard habit to break, but with the hype and possible benefit and now that someone that's worth buying from carries them I may consider it.
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Yeah, that's basically what I figured. Perhaps when I have some extra money, assuming they'll still be around, of course...
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the short answer for most people is no. in terms of performance, it is way up there but a $400+ brake is pretty extreme for most people to comprehend. in terms of "wow factor" than yes, absolutely. it just depends. i enjoy shooting mine and i feel like i'm compromising whenever i shoot my uppers that don't have it on. it does everything as advertised... it is a bit better than everything out there. but is the price worth that edge? that's up to the end user to decide.

if you can swing it then i say go for it. if you're going to break (no pun intended) yourself doing it then don't. there are plenty of brakes that come close in performance but non that completely match it.
Yay! Gotta love diminishing returns! As an audiophile, this description sounds very familiar...

It certainly is a dead sexy brake though AND it's on my short list...
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pacrimguru,

Have you had a chance to spend some ammo at night time with any of the KAC Triple Taps on? It looks like it would hide some flash, but hard to say. I've always had hiders on my oll's... hard habit to break, but with the hype and possible benefit and now that someone that's worth buying from carries them I may consider it.
yea, i've fired it at night before. this baby likes to burp out fire and sparks and stuff. it's not a good flash hider by any means. but at least the night zombies can see that your muzzle isn't rising much!
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yea, i've fired it at night before. this baby likes to burp out fire and sparks and stuff. it's not a good flash hider by any means. but at least the night zombies can see that your muzzle isn't rising much!
I might have to contradict you on this Jerry.

First off I don't have one so take what I say with a grain of salt. BUT I have seen a lot of rounds fired through these things first hand day and night. The flash seems to depend on barrel length and how clean the break is kept. For instance the last class I was at Chris Costa's SBR was barking flames even during the day. On the other hand Travis's (I believe it was a 14.5) didn't have much flash at all... I asked about it and the response I got was obviously the longer the barrel the better and also keeping it clean makes a big difference... Like I said, take that with a grain of salt...
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hmmm, interesting. i stand corrected, i guess i should clean mine then. haha
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Just the 200-600m Micro BUIS that is a GREAT sight by the way. Got it at operationparts.com and has been flawless.
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hmmm, interesting. i stand corrected, i guess i should clean mine then. haha
I am sure your findings are correct, I am just giving my little but of experience. You definitely know more than me on this. On a side note I would think there are some more contributing factors, maybe ammo, weather, and ect. ect.
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Here's a good post on the brake with action pics from a previous thread..
http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...0&postcount=16
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