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All of My M4's and The M16+M203 in one place. Finally happy with them all now but had to order another mid length carbine for something to tinker with.

All have been altered either internally or externally and three were scratch builds i did myself.

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Really nice Noveske.

 

How does the suppressor perform? I mean aesthetically from a build quality point of view.

 

I really don't have a dB meter to test it with, but on AEGs it actually does some justice. On a GBBR, it's rather pointless as most of the noise just gets re-routed back through the shell ejection port.

 

Hmm, maybe I'll do a test with a crappy iphone db meter. I guess it's a fair test if it's consistent.

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Noveske, is that the LMT momolithic upper? I was thinking of swaping my lowers and running my Magpul lower with my LMT upper. That looks really good.

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how it originally started(thanks to nutz at swat for this pic)

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after a few upgrades i have a peq battery box coming so i can put a retractable stock on

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in the instructions for installing the SIR rail it said about the front half(seen below) and how it rotates and it mentions PEQ but all the rest is taiwanise does anyone know what it is for?

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Noveske, is that the LMT momolithic upper? I was thinking of swaping my lowers and running my Magpul lower with my LMT upper. That looks really good.

 

Yes sir, it is! LMT MRP Carbine length.

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It's a VFC SR-635.

 

Knight's Rail Panels

VFC Short Knights Vertical Grip

Dboys PDW Flash Hider

C.M Aimpoint T-1

Dytac Knight's QD Mount for Aimpoint T-1

Element eM300a Mini Scout Light

 

Here are some better shots of it:

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-Ex

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It's a VFC SR-635.

 

Knight's Rail Panels

VFC Short Knights Vertical Grip

Dboys PDW Flash Hider

C.M Aimpoint T-1

Dytac Knight's QD Mount for Aimpoint T-1

Element eM300a Mini Scout Light

 

*snip*

 

-Ex

 

Are you happy with it?

 

 

Here are mines, the M"653" is also finished:

 

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PB, the MK18MOD 0 looks pretty sweet, the Rail covers are RS yeah? Also, is the Wilcox mount made by G&P? I have seen alot of them with markered out trades. Try taking a white eraser to the side of the mount and see if that brightens it up.

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The rail covers and the RAS itself is KAC. The mount is the G&P model and the dry-erase marker trick works, I just hadn't used it at the time of taking the picture.

 

-Piano

 

*EDIT*

 

I'm thinking about picking up another G&P body so I can swap between the Marui gearbox and a second Fusion Engine, which will result in yet another spare G&P upper receiver.

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Are you happy with it?

 

Quite. Perfect sized SBR for me, though I do want to pick up a VFC MK18 Mod 1 in FDE.

 

The PDW grip is quite comfortable and find myself wanting to keep it on there, but at the same time I want to run a snappier motor. So, I've modified a G&P A2 grip by removing the finger nub. Not sure I'm sold on the idea yet. Thoughts?

 

 

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-Ex

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