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    1911 Picture Thread

    mrk, which kit do you like more, the PGC or the NOVA? (fit & finish wise) How much work was required to fit the 610r? Also any chance for some more photos? -OGGY
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    The others are alright (nothing wrong with them) but the SAM-R is excellent. It may help that you've got a great kit to go with it though. -OGGY
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    FN Picture Thread

    Or even better, the new Element AN/PEQ-16A. -OGGY
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    Pictures of you in the field or at a game

    Is it just me or is your stock really crooked?
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    G&P GBB M4A1 family

    Use a proper AR15 tool; it will save you time and trouble.
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    G&P GBB M4A1 family

    *cough* the Inokatsu does! *cough*
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    WE Gas Blow Back M4A1 Carbine

    Just buy a WE CQB-R barrel and put the extention from the WA barrel on it. Problem solved.
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    Hey does anyone here have the Ares XM110? I want to try to convice one of my friends to buy it. (we need a DM)
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    Pictures of you in the field or at a game

    Someone's got the right idea.
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    G&P GBB M4A1 family

    Yup; both G&P and RA-Tech make pivot pins that fix the wobble. You could also mod a RS AccuWedge to fit and stop the wobble that way.
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    KJW M4

    Well what do you expect? The WA system is inherently fragile (even the stock WA's can't handle propane.) That's not to say the WA can't be upgraded to work perfectly.... (I'm a WA guy) If you want GBB and don't have a big budget, the KJW seems to be the only option. A cheap 'working' WA could cost anywhere from $300 up, and even then there are no guarentees. For a bulletproof WA you could be looking at $1K easialy. Basically after listening to feedback on the KJW, if you want the same out-of-the-box reliability found with AEG's, the KJW is the best option.
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    1911 Picture Thread

    Just get the actual Kimber night sights instead. Linkage in a moment. Here you are: http://www.kimberamerica.com/shop/product....257&xSec=15 I just realized it probably doesn't make a difference since they're both tritium but oh well...
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    It looks like he mounted a railed gas block upside down and put the handguard cap behind it. (although i could be wrong.) SHWEL, I think if you got a 10in Troy MRF style rail and a Crane/fixed stock (to hide the wires) that gun would look pretty nice. It already looks much better than it did.
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    I think it's right with afew exceptions. I am mostly thinking of the Mk12's. Even though the are 'special purpose rifles', the soldiers using them would most likely play a designated marksman role.
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    I ment it just looks to jumbled...kinda like everything was just slapped on. What I would do: -10 inch free-float rail (with no FSP it will look much sleeker) -Different pistol grip (Tangodown or regular A2 would work) -more realistic PEQ (2A or 15 would look good) -Maybe a differnt stock if you want (like a solid stock or UBR) but the LE is fine

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