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About to start working on a pistol/SBR upper. What should I avoid?
No need for a lower marked pistol. It starts life as a receiver, and is treated as an "other" now on the 4473.Jesse Tischauser said:I've heard short barrels are extremely over gassed. Does that effect the buffer setup and is an adjustable gas block a necessity?
Do you need a lower that's specifically says pistol on it?
Heck I dunno. Hadn't got that far yet. Educate me. I'm all ears.Matt Rigsby said:How short of a barrel are you going with?
What is a LAW Tactical adapter? Sounds Awesomely ATAS!Lance Jensen said:I built a 10.5" pistol. Gun runs flawless... I installed the Law Tactical adapter.
Good I'm up to speed on adjustable gas but not so much on heavy buffersWall said:my 11" 223 barrel was way over gassed.
I ended up using a T3 buffer to slow everything down so it'd cycle right.
An adj. gas block would do the same thing, I just didn't know about them at the time.
I have a Silencerco Saker 5.56 suppressor on order. So it will most likely spend it's working days on this rifle. Does the can change your barrel length recommendation any?Matt Rigsby said:The 7" guns are just loud and rough feeling IMO
14.5" guns aren't worth the $200 tax stamp
10.5"-11" is the best length for an AR SBR chambered in 5.56 Imo
If going with 9mm, then go 5" and get a damn suppressor for it.
Is there no difference between a pistol and rifle anymore as far as stripped lowers are concerned? I thought a pistol lower had to be marked "Pistol".Lance Jensen said:Build on a stripped lower and stay away from vertical foregrips and you'll be fine. I got my department to approve mine for carry.
Build it on a stripped lower and stay away from vertical foregrips and you'll be fine. I got my department to approve mine for carry.