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Discussion in 'Indiana Glockers' started by biggl35, Mar 2, 2007.


  1. biggl35

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    Last night at our weekly Pro 2A pow-wow and barber shop quartet rehearsal, I admitted that I am, some what, an AR gear queer. I do love the AR platform, so much so, that I cant stop building them and changing them around. I have tried many different set-ups and various components over the years. I am by no means an expert, and although I do like some of the fancy "gadgets" on the market, I still have some KISS M4 and A2 clones.

    But for this thread I am only going to highlight my favorites. I am not going to give a breakdown of components, but if you have any questions, feel free to ask.

    #1)My suppressed 9mm SBR, the most fun to shoot by far.
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    #2)My 10.5" 5.56 SBR, this is my SHTF AR.
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    #3)My 20" bull barrel varmint AR, this is currently being threaded for use with my AAC M4-2000 suppressor. (Yes, I know hunting with a suppressor is illegal, but I only intend to use the suppressor at the range.)
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    #4)My RECCE/Recon build, by far the most expensive of them all.
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    My next build will be a SBR'ed 458 SOCOM, it will be a while as I am only in the research stage at this time.
     

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  2. epsylum

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    :drool:

    What brand of stubby VFG is that?

    BTW I noticed your Prostar picture in the back ground. Are/were you into dragbikes and did you have one. My brother thinks he knows you.
     

  3. biggl35

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    The VFG is an ACE K-grip, it is available in aluminum and delrin. My favorite VFG by far, and I have tried them all.

    As far as the motorcycle pic, that was my "stock wheel base" bike that went 9.10's in the 1/4. (That was many moons ago)

    However, I "was" well known in the street racing scene, again, long ago. (If your brother asks some of the "old school" guys, most will remember the name "Big Craig". I was some what known for my custom N02 systems.)

    I was FLATOUT's first employee, back when they were a "true" performance shop on the west side. One of the owners and I were long time friends, unfortunately, he was killed in an auto accident in 2005. (Bad memories, lets go back to AR porn.)

    :sad:
     
  4. sjstill

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    Verrrrrrry nice!

    You've had the 9 SBR out at Eagle Creek, haven't you???
     
  5. biggl35

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    Why yes, and you shot it as well. :thumbsup:

    Now, if the powers that be, would allow me to bring the 5.56 SBR, you would get to try that one too!;)
     
  6. sjstill

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    I wish you hadn't started this thread - I've been pondering the SBR for a while.....

    How much of a PITN is the paperwork?
     
  7. epsylum

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    I will ask him. My brother is more or less out of the bike scene as well now that he has a family (which also keeps him from getting too deep into the gun scene as well).

    BTW sorry to bring it up.

    I need to try one of those VFGs. Do you like Aluminum or plastic better? I have a Grip Pod GPS-02 on my AR right now which I have not tried out with live fire yet. It is pretty bulky, but the bipod seems it would be pretty handy.
     
  8. biggl35

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    sjstill, I will be more than happy to walk you through the paperwork. In fact, I have plenty of blank form 1's. Just let me know, perhaps, at one of the weekly Pro 2A/choir practice meetings. We have been looking for someone to pick up the slack singing the harmony's, as rhino has been letting us down in that area.

    epsylum, I prefer the aluminum K-grip over the delrin model. My feeling is, is that the aluminum model wont be prone to heat degredation, I also believe that the aluminum has a better texture.
     
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    I've been resisting trying a vertical foregrip for a while, but over the weekend I was finally convinced to give one a try. So I ordered the cheapest plastic (ProMag) grip on the market from www.DSGArms.com . . . $11.50. The good news is that they got it to me by priority mail the day after I ordered. The bad news is that the same day it arrived, I got my sale flyer from www.MidwayUSA.com and it had the same part for $6.99!

    I'm going to try it for a while. If I like it, I will get a more substantial part.
     
  10. mpholic

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    As have I but there is always 3 or 4 other things I want to. Living in Marion county I don't know how receptive Anderson is to signing those papers?
     
  11. biggl35

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    Mr. Anderson will sign, as he signed off on mine.

    When you go down town to get the print cards done, take a SASE with you. Leave your form 1's with the ladies that did your print cards and after Frank signs them, they will mail them back to you.

    It usually takes a week, before the signed off forms are returned.
     
  12. mpholic

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    Cool, thanks.
     
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    Rhino, I'll have to let you try my new Surefire VFG at the next 3Gun. They're dandies, and they look cool too.

    Cheers