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Just waiting on sights (Troy folding sights) and an optic (went with EOTech EXPS2).

BCM 300blk 9.5" upper

Radian safety selectors and charging handle

SB Tactical Brace

Local shop made the lower

 
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Sooo, what 'local shop' made the lower? Got any close up pics? I may be interested... Wink

Nice looking Pistol by the way! Cool


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Nice setup!

I'm waiting on 2 more parts to finish mine. 8.3" barrel with the 7" MCMR and SBA3 brace.
 
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Sooo, what 'local shop' made the lower? Got any close up pics? I may be interested... Wink

Nice looking Pistol by the way! Cool


Thank you!

MacPherson Firearms in Brentwood. They're in that old castle-looking place that used to be a school.


Here's a pic I snapped the day I got it.

 
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I went by the shop where you got the lower from to see about buying one. They are out of them now but will be getting more in.

I like the logo on it, otherwise It is just a different lower.
 
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Done!


 
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That is really nice! What kind of muzzle break is that? I went with the Troy Industries Claymore as it redirects the blast forward (Front towards Enemy).


blast by Dave Steier, on Flickr




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That is really nice! What kind of muzzle break is that? I went with the Troy Industries Claymore as it redirects the blast forward (Front towards Enemy).


blast by Dave Steier, on Flickr



Thanks! The entire upper was bought assembled from BCM. This is their Comp. Mod 1. I have not had a chance to shoot it but hopefully will tomorrow. That is a great photo!
 
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Thanks MikeNH,

I grabbed that from the video. I took it out again today. At 100 yards, it range the gong as long as I did my part and kept the dot on the target!




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Latest pictures. I added an extended mag release, KNS Anti-rotation pins, and a BAD Lever. I also replaced my original Holosun with the reflex version.


Sep 16 LT by Dave Steier, on Flickr000

Sept 16 Rt by Dave Steier, on Flickr




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After my wife was done "Rolling her eyes", I got her to to film me this evening firing my AR Pistol with the Claymore muzzle break.



Night Blast 1 by Dave Steier, on Flickr



Night Blast 2 by Dave Steier, on Flickr



Night Blast 3 by Dave Steier, on Flickr

SloMo video:
https://flic.kr/p/2abnCWS




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I got mine finished up a couple weekends ago. It's an 8.3" 300BLK, waiting on my suppressor.

I can't figure out how to resize this to a normal size, so here's a link for now.

https://i.imgur.com/dUHtR1b.jpg
 
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I got mine finished up a couple weekends ago. It's an 8.3" 300BLK, waiting on my suppressor.

I can't figure out how to resize this to a normal size, so here's a link for now.

https://i.imgur.com/dUHtR1b.jpg


I like that Rustpot. What kind of brace is that?





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That is a SB Tactical SBA3 brace. I recently finished my AR9 with one.
I prefer it to most of the other braces out there.
 
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Wow there are some really nice guns here. xl_target I really like that one.




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Brownell's has the black SBA3 with the buffer extension on sale for $109.99 with a checkout code...plus free shipping on $99 or more...

https://www.brownells.com/hand...able-prod116831.aspx

I put the FDE (which is sold out) in my wish list for my .300 BO.

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I just built one too. Couldn't pass on the $399 complete Troy 10.5 300 blk upper from Primary Arms. $29 Anderson lower, PSA build kit with SBA3 pistol brace for $149. The $399 Troy upper comes with a $170 TRX Extreme MLOK rail and $160 worth of Troy flip up sights, a phenomenal deal all in.

I have a couple Magpul and Lancer 300 blackout specific magazines coming in, and some ammo too, will try to get out and shoot it soon.

Here is the upper I bought for $399.
https://www.primaryarms.com/tr...p-battlesights-black

Edit: Shot it today, perfect function with all ammo tried, Hornady 190 Sub X, S&B 200 sub, Federal American eagle 150, Armscor 147. Magpul 300 blackout and Lancer 300 blackout magazines worked perfectly.

All ammo functioned fine with a carbine and H buffer. I'd probably choose to run H buffer for subsonic loads, and H2 buffer for supersonic loads.

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Wow there are some really nice guns here. xl_target I really like that one.

Thank You Pale Horse.
It took me three builds before I got it right.
This one runs very well.
 
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