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- 12.5 Noveske Crusader Switchblock Upper on a ViperTech SR-16E3 Lower

- 12.5 Iron Airsoft Remington RGP Upper + Remington Lower

 

My WA based SBRs, wondering if anyone else bought an RGP upper...

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Well sure, but I'd best most of them were in Japan.

 

My 11.5" Avalon BCM upper's finally complete:

 

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Ordered the tube back in April so finally getting the chance to put it together was fun.  Didn't have time for fully assembled pictures unfortunately so that'll have to wait another fortnight when I'm back home again, feels really nice to shoulder though.

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Still unsure how i feel about the lvoa rails.

How's the angry gun version hold up?

 

Haven't played with it yet but the rail is rock solid and the finish is really really nice... it was a breeze to install and i'm really pleased with this rail...

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The barrel angry gun sells is 12 inches and the rail is 13,5 inches. I didn't buy the barrel and stayed with the original 10,5 inch barrel and I had a 2 inch extension. The battlecomp 2.0 that I used was a little bit short so I used a few shims to make it longer. I know now that the battlecomp 1.5 is a little bit longer so that should make a perfect fit...

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When you say 'tiny' barrels I presume you mean length rather than actual profile/diameter?  And this is in reference to the fact that traditionally there was a fair portion of an ARs barrel protruding from the front of the handguard, whereas now there isn't?  Because the trend for 10.5" and other 'CQB' length guns has been around a long time.

 

If you're talking about the former; the barrels haven't changed, it's only the handguards.  The grip/stance technique of extending the 'off-side' arm is pretty popular and you need a much longer handguard than would have been used traditionally for that purpose.  14.5" barrels are still very popular as always, it's just that now instead of the old standard 7" handguard the M4A1 uses, a lot of people like the ergonomics and aesthetics of 12-13" handguards on those same barrels (for example). So generally you just have much less exposed barrel past the termination of the forend.

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Really like the look of scope equipped AR. Shame that it has no sense in airsoft, unless someone use sreplica as "DMR".

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I dont know I find a use for my 4X all the time out in the woods, for spotting and then getting shots on target, if you can only see someones backside sticking out from behind a tree ( it happens all the time) its useful to be able to see exactly where your shots are going so you can adjust your fire to hit that 1 elusive buttock thats not in cover! 

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A 1.x-4 "short-dot" ish scope on a airsoft rifle makes perfect sense to me, good ones @ low zoom can still be very fast to engage close targets, while also handy to use as monocular ( and make tight shots ).

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I've wanted to get my gun in this configuration (bar the SRS - that was a recent idea) for close to 3 years now

 

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And last photos of my back up gun before I put it up for sale

 

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