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SLR 8" SBR build done. Just waiting for a few accessories (sling end plate, AAC Blast Shield, Cloud Defensive LCS, and an actual working ScoutLight head) and repairing my BTC Spectre, but otherwise al

One of my latest build, a real Colt M16A1 converted for GBBR on the WA system. Stripped upper, barrel and BCG was changed to Viper Tech du to my local laws. Also a video of how it was made:

This took too long... a GHK based Haley Strategic x BCM Jack Carbine   RA-Tech forged receiver (Raw finish, custom BCM marking) RA-Tech CNC steel bolt Dytac Geissele SMR MK1 BCM Marking Troy styl

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Project VFC M4A1 "double wing"

Not that nice as some rifles here, but here i go.

 

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Those are old pictures. Will get the latest long wing photo and details soon.

 

 

Here is the latest short wing* image (got optics)

 

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VFC M4A1 base

G&P M160 motor

AWS Raptor

Lipo 2S

Tanio Koba twist barrel

Prometheus Neo Chamber

Firefly rubber and nub

Vltor stock

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Congrats, how's the handstop treating you? I'm using the VFC one from my SR-635 on the lower rail, but was thinking about going for the Delrin bolt on.

 

-Piano

 

I like it, although for airsoft, especially on an AEG, it doesn't really serve too much of a functional purpose. I reckon it's a must for the URX3, especially since it's proprietary to it. As for the SR635, I think several alternatives can look good on it. :D

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I'm not looking for much for the SR-635, just borrowing the included hand stop from it on my SR47. I'm waiting to see what USCMCorps has up his sleeve for the AFG as it's considerably cheaper.

 

-Piano

 

Well as for bolting on the AFG to the URX3/LW URX, it's just a matter of drilling a hole through your AFG and securing it via the screw holes available on the bottom of the handguard (since it's railess). As for the SR635, I believe it's got a rail already? So I'm not sure what the point is of bolting on an AFG to it?

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Well as for bolting on the AFG to the URX3/LW URX, it's just a matter of drilling a hole through your AFG and securing it via the screw holes available on the bottom of the handguard (since it's railess). As for the SR635, I believe it's got a rail already? So I'm not sure what the point is of bolting on an AFG to it?

 

I think we accidentally crossed the streams. I'm using the KAC hand stop FROM the SR635 ON the SR47. I'm looking to either get the URX 3 handstop or the AFG for the SR47.

 

-Piano

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I think we accidentally crossed the streams. I'm using the KAC hand stop FROM the SR635 ON the SR47. I'm looking to either get the URX 3 handstop or the AFG for the SR47.

 

-Piano

 

Haha! Sorry my misunderstanding! I remember now your build now. I reckon the AFG will look beefier on the SR47.

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Ok my new project is almost finished :)

It started as a cheap AGM M4 GBBR and then became a this beauty with better internals ...

The optic is still temporary , as i want a black with tan accent Eotech XPS3

 

My VLTOR CASV-M Project :

 

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And my attempt to make a sexy shot ( FAIL)

 

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