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PegLeg45

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Re: TNW Aero Survival pistol
« Reply #10 on: May 16, 2020, 04:40:01 PM »
My AR's not that heavy, as it is the 80 rounds of ammo(5.56) that weighs me down.  Mine's in a yoga mat back right now with a Sono tube for a stiffener.


Only 80?  ;D

Yeah, the ammo definitely adds a good bit to the total weight. I carry four 20 rd Magpuls and two 30 rds and a couple spare boxes in the little side pockets..
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Re: TNW Aero Survival pistol
« Reply #11 on: May 16, 2020, 06:20:43 PM »
I'm fuming.
After 2 days search I found my proper laser bore sight so I can get things roughly lined up.
Frigging battery dead in the sight.    ::)
There's no magnification involved, why not just use the old Weaver quick point idea of a tube with a wire running through for the dot ?
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Re: TNW Aero Survival pistol
« Reply #12 on: May 17, 2020, 09:43:31 AM »
Tom... if you go with a 1x prism sight with the reticle etched on the prism, you still have a black reticle even if the battery in the scope goes dead... I have a Vortex Spitfire that I tried for my PCC... I don't like the layout of the reticle, but it is always available

if you decide to build a 9mm, give a shout... I've put together 2...a  New Frontier Armory and a Palmetto State Armory with a billet lower made for them by NFA... a friend built one for his grandson with a PSA forged lower... all Glock magazine format... the NFA was originally a straight blow back, and now has a CMMG radial delayed bolt and barrel (there was a lot of R&D for me on that one to get the magazines straightened out and later an extraction problem at about 1200 rounds) and uses a hydraulic buffer and 142 power factor loads for competition... the blow backs are pretty straight forward (you might start with about a 6oz buffer and stock AR spring...... my PSA currently has a 7.5" barrel as it was a  contender for the truck gun, but is considerably heavier than the G17w Recover Tactical brace...if you want to use a 5.56 lower, an adapter from MEAN ARMS converts a PMag to 9mm and works the bolt hold open... I use the longer 40 round stick mags for competition, and don't need a bolt hold open... I broke a bolt hold open with a mag well adapter for my SBR that used Colt mags.... regards Les

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Re: TNW Aero Survival pistol
« Reply #13 on: May 17, 2020, 10:14:04 AM »
That information is exactly what I couldn't find when I first thought about the AR pistol .  ;D
Thank you.
A bit off topic, but I just saw the video about the Banshee, radial delay.
It's cool you never know where clever little tweaks will show up.    ;D
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