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This thingy will allow you to fold the stock...it should not be fired while folded.

LAW Adapter

I have one on an AR pistol with a 7.5 barrel.

I also have attached the DOLOS system and can change barrels between 5.56 and 300BLK.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoZpYGio3dY



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very cool mike , thanks





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Posts: 48283 | Location: Henry County , Il | Registered: February 10, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Originally posted by lkdr1989:
Personally, I'd stick with 16" barrel...if you're going 14.5", you've got to pin & weld your muzzle device which is going to be a pain if you want to change it or the barrel nut (hand guard) in the future.

If you're going with a folding stock adapter, does 1.5" really matter? Roll Eyes


Also, shorter barrels require a shorter gas tube, which shorten bolt life, and is generally less reliable. Stay with 16" barrel and mid-length gas, if you want to maximize reliability and bolt life.
 
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I run a Spikes upper 14.4" barrel with 1.5" flash suppressor on a RRA lower. The gun has about 8K down the pipe with little or no wear, I run it wet and don't think you are not a target at 300+ yds, you are. Chris
 
Posts: 1832 | Location: Cecil Co. Maryland | Registered: January 08, 2012Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Originally posted by CPD SIG:
You're in Ill. Can't get an SBR here.
So a 14 1/2" and a pinned on flash suppressor is the only way to go if it's a rifle, and you WANT a sub 16".

Pistols however....
If you do go the pistol route, I'd give a serious look at a brace. (And the laws pertaining to NFA weapons)



I thought IL allowed SBRs?


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Posts: 1971 | Location: The South | Registered: September 12, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Stay with 16" barrel and mid-length gas, if you want to maximize reliability and bolt life.

chances are very good that , thats what will end up happening





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