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Old 07-12-2017, 12:58 AM   #1
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Another ar15 build

I have begun amassing parts for another 7.62x39 build. I am going with quality components! This is what has arrived thus far.

Upper
Yhm stripped 7.62x39 upper
YHM 7.62x39 Caliber Marked Upper Receiver Assemblies (D/C BY MFG) only mine was stripped no dust cover or forward assist.

Lower
Spikes tactical punisher lower
https://www.joeboboutfitters.com/Spi...sp-stls015.htm

Barrel 16" Faxon nitrided barrel 1:8 twist
https://www.tntesales.com/faxon-16-7...ssembly-a2-fsb

Bolt and bolt carrier group nitrided
https://sunnystateoutdoors.com/colle...rier-group-mpi

Gas tube
Spikes tactical nitrided midlength
https://www.joeboboutfitters.com/Spi...sp-gastube.htm

BCM enhanced lower parts kit. I'm going to sell the pnt trigger I'll tell why later on in this post the grip is going on my other AR
Bravo Enhanced Lower Parts Kit-FDE BCMGunfighter AR-15 Enhanced .223 23% OFF

Battle arms development take down pins
BAD-EPS (Enhanced Pin Set) AR15 | Battle Arms Development

Delton Delta ring assembly kit
https://www.del-ton.com/AR_15_Delta_...y_p/bp1054.htm

Magpul aluminum trigger guard
https://www.del-ton.com/AR_15_Delta_...y_p/bp1054.htm

That is what has arrived thus far. This is going to be an ongoing project that probably won't be completed until summer of next year as I've got to get the parts bought and paid off a piece or two at a time. I'll be going with the following parts listed below. Going forward of course.

Elftmann service trigger
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Elftmann-...rved/170462482

Why the elftmann? Because it has a heavy hammer and full powered hammer spring. The only lightweight springs it has is the trigger return spring and disconnector spring. The adjustment pull weight is adjusted by adjusting the trigger return spring and disconnector spring. The hammer spring is non adjustable. This should allow for good ignition of hard berdan primers!

Kns anti walk pins
https://www.midwayusa.com/product/10...tainless-steel

Handguard Midwest industries drop in at 6.6 ounces
https://www.midwestindustriesinc.com...mi-18m-blk.htm

Muzzle brake I'm going with VG6 precision gamma
GAMMA 300BLK | VG6 Precision

As far as sights go I'm probably going to go with Troy flip up rears I haven't decided whether I want the regular or tritium.

As far as optics go I'm going to go with an aimpoint pro with a primary arms 3x magnifier I think!

I'll be using a magpul ctr with Limbsaver and a magpul miad grip. As far as safeties go I'm going to use the battle arms development standard safety.

I'll be using a strike industries enhanced bolt catch and strike industries forward assist. The mag release button will be a battle arms development enhanced. The charging handle will be an axts talon.

I'm going to have custom engraving done on the lower.





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Old 07-12-2017, 12:10 PM   #2
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Love the cartridge, but never cared for it in the AR15. I hear someone is going to import some 9x39 ammo for use in AR's. Since that round has a much less radical taper, my bet is it would feed out of AR magazines pretty well. Would be an interesting cartridge to play with...much better than the .300 Blackout...or at least more interesting to me.
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Old 07-14-2017, 02:52 AM   #3
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Love the cartridge, but never cared for it in the AR15. I hear someone is going to import some 9x39 ammo for use in AR's. Since that round has a much less radical taper, my bet is it would feed out of AR magazines pretty well. Would be an interesting cartridge to play with...much better than the .300 Blackout...or at least more interesting to me.
7.62x39 is what I have the most of so it was only logical to go caliber consolidation with my two sks that take ak mags (sporter and m ) and my ak (norinco mak90).

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Old 08-03-2017, 01:32 PM   #4
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So here's a pic of some of the items.

Aim Surplus nitride bolt









Magpul fde cerakote dust cover outside


Magpul fde dust cover inside



Delton Delta ring assembly
Battle Arms Development take down pins
Magpul od green moe + grip
Tom's tactical 7075 buffer tube
Front sights
Battle arms development extended mag release in magpul od green cerakote
Magpul aluminum trigger guard
Spikes tactical nitride midlength gas tube



Battle arms development badass ambidextrous safety in magpul od green cerakote.



Tnte faxon 1:8 twist barrel 16" nitride




YHM receiver




Spikes lower




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Old 09-22-2017, 10:33 AM   #5
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This arrived a couple days ago

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Old 09-22-2017, 02:52 PM   #6
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Some solid choices there--Nathan at Faxon's a stand-up guy, told me what I *needed* to hear on something even though he didn't have a barrel that fit the specific needs for my build. I've gotten into polymer 80%s in a big way lately, and I won't build one (prefer to use them on all my builds, but I'm less insistent with solid metal structure) without KNS or similar "side-plate" pin sets. (I'd really prefer a set that screws in on both pins rather than tab-and-slot on one, but KNS still seems pretty solid.)

Starting to think about a similar thread for my AR pistol under construction, but Photosucksit is going Full Metal POS as an image host and I'm not sure I can upload from my phone straight to the board.
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Old 09-23-2017, 02:51 AM   #7
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You can upload straight from your phone to the board through Tapatalk. I do it all the time.

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Old 09-23-2017, 06:45 AM   #8
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Midwest industries 6.6 ounce drop in midlength free float handguard mlok. Magpul od green cerakote baked on.


Here's the review on them.

https://youtu.be/IpBslapedLc



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Old 12-02-2017, 02:09 AM   #9
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I've got nearly all the parts amassed including an aimpoint patrol. I should have it off to the engraver by mid January and then off to cerakoter around March. Build should be completed mid summer 2018 hopefully!

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The AR-15 style quick firing rifle has turned out to be a standout amongst the most famous firearms in the United States. Specialists refer to an assortment of reasons in the matter of why this stage is such a group pleaser, including its exactness, adaptability, and at the highest priority on the rundown, its seclusion.
See, here's where I start thinking you're not a real person but some kind of AI program just flinging semi-random words together into something that sounds good but makes no sense whatsoever.

Either that or you are a progressive politician and erroneously believe that this site is part of the "campaign trail."
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See, here's where I start thinking you're not a real person but some kind of AI program just flinging semi-random words together into something that sounds good but makes no sense whatsoever.

Either that or you are a progressive politician and erroneously believe that this site is part of the "campaign trail."
Snake, all of those links in his posts hae the same website he's spamming for. Nuke his a$$, bro!

BTW, as soon as I find a better host than Photosuckssh*t, I have some pics to barf up for an AR build (well, a pre-build Weight & Balance Mockup on a dummy blank-lower) of my own: a Mk 18-derived pistol uniquely optimized to the needs of a left-handed, light-sensitive operator for Briefcase/Bugout Bag PDW and Bump-In-Night Gun work.

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Old 12-29-2017, 01:24 PM   #12
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These came in a couple days ago.

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Old 02-25-2018, 11:37 PM   #13
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I sent the upper out for engraving. Once it comes back from engraving I'm gonna have the barrel installed on the upper.

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