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What's with the blue grip there wazzy?

 

blue grip means its a Mil/Le version; ie, it can be used w/o an orange tip flashider; as those models are used by law enforcement for training purposes (or least that's what ive heard)

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G&P Base gun

 

Magpul Body, MIAD, UBR stock

KAC sights

KAC Style rail covers, ridges ground off and stippled

Element Gear Sector hand stop

Element M951 clone

Spectre DR Sight

 

Plan to change a few items on it.

 

Have coming a Blue Force Gear VCAS Sling and a Element 1inch mount

 

Might change the BUIS to MBUS2 for a lower profile when not flipped up

Swap spectre for a T1

Mount the torch on a Element Gear sector mount so its in betweent the top rail and left side rail

Change the flash hider for a Crusader MB556k

Swap the charging handle for a Crusader BCM Gunfighter MOD3

Add a Magpul 0.70 buttpad on the UBR

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I think I like the $15 fake ARMS sights better than real MBUS. I only got a set to see if they would fit next to a Gear Sector Scoutlight mount:

 

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Any suggestions on a better clockwise threaded muzzle device? I'm thinking maybe the Rainier Arms Mini.

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CplHicks >> And be careful with the offset GearSector mount. Because of the size of the bulb you may not be able to mount your front sights where you use to have them. You will have either to remove them or to move closer to you.

Edited by Ivan le Fou

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Hey guys,

 

I'm considering getting back into the game. What is the best value for a 9 inch rail? I guess I should also say the cheapest free flowing rail.

 

I'd love to find a Troy 9inch. But it's probably hopeless.'

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I think I like the $15 fake ARMS sights better than real MBUS. I only got a set to see if they would fit next to a Gear Sector Scoutlight mount:

 

 

 

I found them to be surprisingly awesome for the money, really nice sight picture as well. As for the flashhider, I always liked the look of a SCAR-L flashhider on my MRP... Think I got a picture of it somewhere...

 

 

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@ Dannyprince23 - Is that a Crusader or Apple Airsoft MB556k

 

@ Ivan le Fou - The front sight is mounted a little further back. Its an AR10 RIS so there is a section og the top RIS that has been cut out for the AR10 adjustable gas block. I'm using a Dytac barrel with a low profile noveske gas block.

 

Edit for pic to show what I mean.

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Also shows my new compensator. The rainier arms one.

Edited by CplHicks

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Indeed, I got one, too.

 

I have a question for you guys, me and my pal are looking for the finest airsoft replica of the KAC RIS. Which one do you think it is? Guarder, VFC or G&P?

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The Guarder is the only one of the 3 that doesn't feature KAC trademarks; the G&P unit I had was fantastic quality as usual, but I can't comment on the VFC; I'd imagine it'd probably be the nicer of the 3 going on external quality and detailing alone, although I couldn't fault the G&P unit at all.

 

 

*edit - Saying that, having just looked on Intrudershop's website, they show their M4A1 RIS complete AEG with KAC marked rail panels, but I couldn't see any KAC markings on the rail system itself.

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