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Not like an AR, but you can shoot with the stock folded! LOL AR vs AK, Hell, I like em' both!

Where did you get that angled hinge, or did it come on the rifle?
I only ask because it looks like a separate piece.

It is part of the folding Bonesteel stock.


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My Little Pony – Colt LE6945 w/7.5” flash/bang upper!

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Up until June I did not have any AR's

Put a PSA upper on an Anderson lower
Then decided I needed a .308 to replace the FAL I had and got a Ruger SR-762

Now I'm rounding up parts for a pistol build.

 
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My Noreen Firearms billet 6.5 Grendel project
Making the best of the crappy weather.











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I don't have a good method to resize on upload figured out, so here's a link.

https://i.imgur.com/T7fJ2xF.jpg

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BCM Pistol in 300 BLK

 
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BCM Pistol in 300 BLK



I’ve been looking at the complete BCM .300BO pistol, how do you like it?




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I’ve been looking at the complete BCM .300BO pistol, how do you like it?


I just got everything and put it together last night, so I haven’t fired it yet. I bought the upper and lower separately as it was a little cheaper that way. Fit and finish is excellent. Everything went together well and feels great.
 
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my favorite SBR, my Colt 6933, previously owned and unfired by the PA State Police. (I have some vintage Vietnam era furniture on it, including the 3 prong FH) if the time comes that I ever need to get into the trunk, someone is going to have a bad day! :0

 
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^^^I love it^^^
Here’s mine, you’ll never get me away from standard front sight posts and iron rears.

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my favorite SBR, my Colt 6933, previously owned and unfired by the PA State Police. (I have some vintage Vietnam era furniture on it, including the 3 prong FH) if the time comes that I ever need to get into the trunk, someone is going to have a bad day! :0


That's a fantastic little trunk piece! Would be proud to own that.
 
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Not very expensive, but it was a gift from my son. That makes it invaluable.

 
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My Noreen Firearms billet 6.5 Grendel project
Making the best of the crappy weather.









Nice 6.5 Grendel! How does she shoot? I have been mulling around a new build. Toss up between 224 Valkyrie, 6.5 Grendel, and 6.5 Creedmoor. I am pretty sure I settled on 6.5 Grendel as the flavor.
 
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thanks guys, im pretty happy with my trunk carry SBR 6933. the mount is perfect, as its an old police trunk mount and works fantastic for what I neeed.

Z06 is that folding FSP factory or did you buy it from somewhere?? im needing two exactly like that! and I dig the Laser Devices OTAL. nice piece of kit!
 
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It is a Law Tactical folding stock adapter.
https://www.lawtactical.com/



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Now in 300 Blackout...



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Any issues with the suppressor blast baffle on a barrel that short? I tend to keep mine off of anything under 12".


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Any issues with the suppressor blast baffle on a barrel that short? I tend to keep mine off of anything under 12".


While I was waiting for the 'stamp' on my LE6945 I was doing extensive research on a suppressor for the 5.56 of the Colt SBR + the later addition of 300BLK uppers I was going to build.
I first talked to Dr. Phil Dater (Gemtech) and got the go ahead for an 8" 300 & 10.3" 5.56 as far as using cans. Then I bought the SiCo Omega 300. Besides being full-auto rated it had the features I really wanted:

So no, I have had 0 issues with this set up.

Nor with the 10.3" 5.56

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Just picked this one up. Sig Virtus Patrol
 
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