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A couple quick pictures of my two AR15 derivatives. First the TM M4 S-System with its nice FN bodykit and custom stock I bought off the forums. Nothing else added to it bar a tighter inner barrel and stronger spring. The other is my built-from-parts armalite. I believe it would classify as an M733, but anyone please correct me if I'm wrong! It used an SRC M4 as a donor, but has a Systema gearbox and motor, G&P M16A2 body kit, 11.5" barrel, tighter inner barrel, Magpul MIAD grip, Noveske KX3 flashider and G&G stock. It's a great little rifle to run around with, although I'm toying with getting a Magpul foregrip or Deans and LiPo'ing it. Maybe after Christmas!

 

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H&K-is that one of the new Madbull A.C.E. stocks in the bottom picture?

 

No, it's a G&G Armaments stock I bought in 2006 or 2007. Here it is in a photo I took from those days when it was on my S-System.

 

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However it seems that Madbull have made a copy of the same stock as G&G did back in the day. From what I can see of the Madbull one, it seems to be exactly the same.

 

Hope that helps!

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