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Old 09-23-2011, 17:06   #1
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Changes when reloading for .223 FA?

I recently purchased a SSAR-15 stock for my AR-15 and was wondering if I should be doing anything different when reloading my 223?

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This is not a true full auto situation but it seems like it would be pretty close. I would think slam fires would be more common and I should look at getting harder SR primers or Milspec ones but I don't have any experience with this situation.

As always thanks in advance gentlemen.
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Old 09-23-2011, 18:26   #2
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I've put several magazines of handloads through an AR equipped with the slide fire stock and several rounds through an actual full auto. Nothing different than loading for a semi-auto only.
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OMFG!!!!

Pleeeeeeze tell me this works on a DPMS LR308-AP4
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Old 09-23-2011, 20:14   #4
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OMFG!!!!

Pleeeeeeze tell me this works on a DPMS LR308-AP4
Doc I don't know but if the pistol grip and buffertube is the same as as AR-15 I don't see why not.

I had a pretty good time with it today for the first time.
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Doc I don't know but if the pistol grip and buffertube is the same as as AR-15 I don't see why not.

I had a pretty good time with it today for the first time.
If I can find a return policy for not working on a DPMS LR-308 AP4, or a testimonial on it working on that platform, .......


It's a done deal.

Debit card is in hand....

Reloading
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OMFG!!!!

Pleeeeeeze tell me this works on a DPMS LR308-AP4
Only 1 way to find out......
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Only 1 way to find out......
Email already sent to manufacturer.

If I buy one, and it doesn't work, I'd have to buy one of those puny .223 AR's. Reloading
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Old 09-23-2011, 23:52   #8
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Bump fire works on all semi auto firearms.

Don't do anything different with your ammo.
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