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    definitely interested in a 556 lower

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    Same here.

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    I'd take 2x 556 lowers

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    ill take 1 556 lower
    ''He that hath no sword, let him sell his garment and buy one.'' - Luke 22:36.

    ''The only way to truly hurt a man is to take away everything that he valued and degrade it and remind him of it every day of his life. BUT by doing this you also create a monster and you will regret ever harming that man because he will be your greatest horror.''



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    Wait is this thing alive again?

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    It's never really been dead. Just alot going on.

    Work stuff, baby stuff, mustang stuff, carbon fiber mustang stuff ect.

    Got the 7.62x39 Bolt functional again. Not only did I get to the range, but I got the mustang back together for the track, and zero issues all the way around.






    On the ACR side this was a huge relief, as performance was degraded for some time in spite the most accurate prototype(v2) that has ever been fitted, being used. V3 lower and v2 catch is near complete and will be sent out Wednesday, however I wanted to run the V2 with the bolt corrected before making any changes.

    I am hoping the V2 catch will alleviate the steel mag not fully seating, as it's developed more recent feeding issues which is separate from the extractor/bolt issues. I don't have any issues with the P mag which is primary consideration for the lower, or the Tapco, however it would be ideal to be able to use all mags if needed in a pinch.

    The AK lower is being used to prove out all the interface points, and the StanAg lower will then be done to reflect all the changes.

    If you didn't see it earlier in the thread, if cost's are too high to internalize, a consideration is to crowd fund it.
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    screw the car,keep working on the lower,lol
    ''He that hath no sword, let him sell his garment and buy one.'' - Luke 22:36.

    ''The only way to truly hurt a man is to take away everything that he valued and degrade it and remind him of it every day of his life. BUT by doing this you also create a monster and you will regret ever harming that man because he will be your greatest horror.''



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    Agreed....but who puts gun stuff on hold to work on cars?!?!
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    Took the ACR with the v2 lower out again while function testing a Sig SCM for a friend. The LWRC is now my brother's, and my father was also testing out another MOE intensive AR build.





    The last time the ACR was out I was shooting brass with the regulatory in "S" and bolt shim back in place, and it ran without a hitch.

    Started with steel Tula this trip, and it ran alright in "S" but it had some feeding issues with both mags. Switched the regulator to "U" for the remainder of the time and had no issues. I may have this barrel cut down to 14.5" and the gas port adjusted.

    Once the v3 lower arrives. I am going to run 420 rounds through the gun. Half being two types of steel casings and the other being two types of brass. I'll decide on a firing table that dictates pace and dwell times, and record the results from there.

    If there are no major issues then the AKM lower will get a feature validation pass through on the model and the StanAg/5.56 lower with have the same common changes made, and a prototype made.

    Hopefully next week I will have some quotes.
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    Thanks for the updates. Really like the work your doing.


 

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