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Old 09-21-2010, 8:35 PM
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Do any shops still have the KAC TT brakes in the unfinish inconel silver?
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Do any shops still have the KAC TT brakes in the unfinish inconel silver?
I highly doubt it...
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Old 10-25-2010, 10:29 PM
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not mine, but one of costa's from a class i took last year...

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not mine, but one of costa's from a class i took last year...

Impossible! How was Chris Costa able to acquire a Magpul lower???
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Old 10-25-2010, 10:58 PM
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^ LOL!
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Hows the finger stop? I currently use a troy combat grip and i only use it as a reference point to grip my handguard. Looking to minimize weight and size.

Plus i like KAC stuff
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Old 10-25-2010, 11:08 PM
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i love the finger stop. it's light weight and small, but it is expensive.
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Old 10-25-2010, 11:11 PM
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Love the look of a well used rifle. Not such a big fan of the red dot/magnifier combo. Had a similar setup and my AR felt too heavy. I'd op for swapping out the optic for a magnified scope with La Rue QD throw levers. Just me.
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Old 10-25-2010, 11:23 PM
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^let me know if you're gonna sell that anytime soon Jeffu
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Old 10-26-2010, 12:17 AM
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^the gun or the girl? LOL
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LOL I think he meant the calender
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not mine, but one of costa's from a class i took last year...

WTF!? Does Costa have sand paper hands!?
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his beard is kevlar, remember?
maybe it brushed against his face a few times..
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his beard is kevlar, remember?
maybe it brushed against his face a few times..
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KAC rail, front, and rear sight.
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^^^ That optic looks familier and I must say looks b*tchin on the rifle
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LOL I think he meant the calender
I see a hot chick and an awesome rifle, why would I buy a damn calendar lol
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I see a hot chick and an awesome rifle, why would I buy a damn calendar lol
yea, i think that one flew over keson's head. lol
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Old 12-25-2010, 8:24 AM
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Small piece of heaven!! My Christmas present from the wife along with another lil toy from OC Armory(still waiting for the stamp)




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Old 01-04-2011, 9:21 PM
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NICE!
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Hey PAC shouldn't you be getting yours soon too?
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Old 01-04-2011, 10:48 PM
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You bought the MD/KAC unit just for the upper and accessories?
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Yup...

Kind of a Magpul/KAC junkie. The upper is limited as well it's not a regular SR15 upper. Trust me if there was a way to get the lower here legally I would, otherwise it isn't worth it.
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WOW. Lucky. I love the rail on the Magpul SR15. Does the lower count as a Magpul Lower or a KAC lower?


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Great to see you got what you wanted. Must have cost a few more pennies.

Good for you!
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After seeing it at SHOT last year my wife knew how bad I wanted it and gave me her blessing. Of course not without her getting alot ofthings she wanted to make up for it. Now She is just worried what we will see at SHOT here in a couple of weeks. Time to make a new Christmas list
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Kind of a Magpul/KAC junkie. The upper is limited as well it's not a regular SR15 upper. Trust me if there was a way to get the lower here legally I would, otherwise it isn't worth it.
me too on all counts! can you tell? haha


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Does the lower count as a Magpul Lower or a KAC lower?
that's a rare magpul lower that F8 mated to the KAC/MD upper - not the original KAC lower that came with the KAC/MD SR-15. this magpul lower is worth way more than the current KAC SR-15 lowers.

man, this set up is easily north of 4-5 g's. nice (and slightly crazy) job F8!

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Thanks PAC...trust me I'm jealous of your toys as well.
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F8ality - What's the weight in the upper? I'd love to see KAC make those rails commercially available, they look similar in weight/modularity as the Troy/VTAC tubes but look far better.
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Does this count? $250 tool lol, but now I don't have to hassle with having someone else work on my rifle. I can do it myself .
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^ nice rifle and yes, it does count!
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F8ality - What's the weight in the upper? I'd love to see KAC make those rails commercially available, they look similar in weight/modularity as the Troy/VTAC tubes but look far better.
i'm pretty sure the next gen KAC rail will be a mixture of the MD URX and the URX III...

http://militarytimes.com/blogs/gears...rn-day-marine/
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