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Old 01-19-2013, 6:49 PM
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Came out OK, me thinks.
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Old 01-19-2013, 6:50 PM
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Nice looking build. ;thumbsup:

Couple of Q's, 16" or 20"? Real dizzy or mock? Maker of upper? Twist rate? Muzzle device?
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Old 01-19-2013, 6:55 PM
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16"bbl, reall dizzy, DTI(I got it cheap ), 1/9, Troy Claymore.
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Old 01-19-2013, 6:58 PM
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Nice, I have my original Bushmaster Dizzy on one of my RAW. Also have a newer DPMS 20" HB that I had the upper replaced with a DPMS flat top upper. I love the solid feeling of the heavy barrel and the 20" barrel handles well.
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I'll take it to the range tomorrow to see how it runs.
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Did you tape your stock to make it fixed so it would be a featureless rifle. If so you might wanna think about pinning it. I think it needs to be semI permanent
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Old 01-20-2013, 8:34 PM
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I put a roll pin in the hole in the pin that aligns with holes in the buffer tube. Roll pin prevents adjusting lever from moving. Tape is just there to keep lock lever from moving. If this makes any cense.
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Shoots good too.
100 yards
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Did you tape your stock to make it fixed so it would be a featureless rifle. If so you might wanna think about pinning it. I think it needs to be semI permanent
No mention of permanence in the aw pcs.


Nice dissy OP! Ive always liked the way these look.
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what are the benefits for having a rifle length gas system on a 16" barrel? I have never looked into a dissipator so I don't have any info on them.
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Hypotheticaly all things being equal a longer gas system makes for a softer shooting rifle. Problems can arise from the rifle being undergassed which can lead to cycling problems.

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If you're going featureless, you forgot about the bayonet lug.
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If you're going featureless, you forgot about the bayonet lug.
You are wrong.
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It's not black and scary anymore.



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Very well done. It looks good
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Very well done. It looks good
Thank you.

There is some overspray with brown color (I didn't shake can enough), but I don't care. It's not a show piece and I can always redo it.
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Changed muzzle brake. Looks funky.



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How so you like the AAC? Looks good btw!
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Haven't shot it yet. I know that it fits perfectly in 5.11 backpack. New San Framcisco carry!
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Nice! How's the C-more? I'm thinking about getting the one with the rear sight built in. PSA had dissipators in stock a few weeks back lucky for me I held out though I can't promise to be as strong next time haha
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I do like it. It's an 8MOA and very quick on target. Easy to sight in and holds zero just fine. I wanted the one with integrated rear sight, but it wasn't available at the time. Plus after spending $110 on rear sight I won't do it now.
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Looks good, I like it!
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I had a dissipator with a miculek muzzle brake, shot softly, but hot dammmmm....those gunshots were LOUD!
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