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Mine has a gouge just like yours. I hate to send it back to the factory since its a sbr.
How long was turn around time on yours?
About 2 weeks, give or take. Mine is an SBR too. SIG customer service told me to remove the stock and all accessories prior to shipping it back. They paid shipping both ways and it runs just fine now.
Was the gun not running correctly, or is the issue just cosmetic? What did they to fix it?
The gun ran fine, only issues were ammo related. I was concerned that the amount of wear it showed at 1000 rounds would just keep getting worse. And since they offered to fix it under warranty without any out of pocket with shipping, I figured I could do without it for a couple weeks.
what did they do? it's not like they can just give you a new lower cuz of the sbr paperwork.
It wasn’t his lower that was having an issue, it was the upper. And since the upper isn’t serialized, that can be shipped off.
I feel like a total idiot...
I just assumed it was the lower for whatever reason.
I've never seen an MPX in a movie or TV show until an episode of Bosch. Other than this being one of my favorite all-time cop shows, it was neato to see an MPX being used. I think it was even referred to by name in the episode other than just being used or brandished.
Saw the MPX in Logan and Bright. IMFDB also listed the MPX in Baby Driver.
SIGs, BHPs, CZ PCRs, HKs, 1911s, S&W 625-3 45 ACP, HK/Benelli M1S90, Colts 6721/LE6920, Steyr SBSs, Emerson and ZT Knives, Rubicons, Harleys & APBTs
The MPX is also in a couple video games now.
Butt stock question here. Have a MPX SBR on layaway with the Collapsible stock. I am debating on the folder just for deployment purposes. Any thoughts rel: this. Looking for someone who has already taken that step. Thanks in advance.
Buy the folder and try em both. Depending on your intended use, carry method, and your personal size and how you like to shoot, youll favor one over the other.
Im sticking with folder.
Any love for MRO's? If so, which mount did you like?
I did notice the Scalarworks from pg.130 - just curious of other's experiences.
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Excuse my ignorance on this. I just swapped to the ILWT 4.5 inch barrel and his website said to be sure to check headspace after swap. Where is the best place for headspace gauges? I saw a set at Brownells for $60.
Barrel slid right in like butter. Should be perfect with the omega 9k.
Did anyone buy the Next Level Armament spring block and charging handle so you don’t scratch the top of the receiver like the factory parts will?
The spring block works perfectly with the factory charging handle. If you use the supplied charging handle from Next Level Armament you will scratch the top of the receiver in a different place because their charging handle is much thicker than the factory supplied handle.
First time I have been disappointed with any of their stuff. The spring block works perfectly but skip the charging handle since it totally defeats the purpose of what their spring block is designed for.
I tried the NLA block and CH and when I shoot supressed, the gas blowback leaked thru the back of the CH, not enough “seal”. Not that it was supposed to. I saw the Giesele CH and bought that. It does not need the NLA lift block (not compatible with it) and it blocked more of the “suppressed” blow back gas and the CH feels better. My recommendation is the Giesele CH for better feel and blocking of the gas.
Expensive but the best for a MRO. Quick detach feature and also allows for co-witness with BUIS...
I started with the NLA. I thought the wings were too big. I switched to the Radian Raptor, and love it.
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My MPX has finally attained final form:
Started as an 8" MPX-P (Gen 1)
SBR'd and added the collapsible stock.
Barrel cut to 4.5" by ADCO.
SilencerCo Omega 9K suppressor
Trijicon RMR Type 2 3.25 MOA mounted in an ADM QD
Radian Weapons charging handle and lifter block
Radian Talon Safety
Magpul MOE grip
I was also able to secure another 8" factory Gen 1 barrel, and a 4.5" Gen 2 handguard, so I can always switch the configurations around between 4.5" and 8", suppressed and unsuppressed.
I love this thing. Thousands of rounds downrange, never a hiccup of any kind.
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