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Thread: Wolverine's WK180-C

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    Wonderful.
    Quote Originally Posted by Wolverine .303 View Post
    Yes.... to an extent. Not all AR-15 handgaurds will drop onto her as they may require fitting depending on the style, but short answer yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mspben View Post
    Awesome! looks like fun.

    Just a question, why the medium heavy barrel? This rifle would be mint with a pencil barrel.

    Ben
    I agree with this completely, however I am happy with a med barrel too.
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    How much for the Gun Tree?




    .....and if someone beat me to that then I'll settle for the Mag Tree...but ya better throw in a freebie, like a new WK180!



    Awesome looking new rifle fella's! A NR semi-auto .223 for 1k.

    If the initial public reviews are good I'll be trying to buy one in the Spring for sure! I say "trying" because I suspect these will be selling like hotcakes for many months to come!

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    ^ really a pencil barrel? But why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolverine .303 View Post
    Yes they will.
    Any chance we can order an upper just on its own too?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mspben View Post
    Awesome! looks like fun.

    Just a question, why the medium heavy barrel? This rifle would be mint with a pencil barrel.

    Ben
    Thin barrels take more machining time and that cost money. Our goal was to keep the price under $1,000
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    Quote Originally Posted by fenceline View Post
    Another dealer asked these same questions.

    If a dealer sold it... and then the lab said it was prohib... the company would be legally liable for trafficking a prohib weapon.

    This is what Etter means by "responsible"
    Yeah I was thinking the same thing, the RPD debacle.

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    Yep, this one is out of the park.
    Let’s also hope that this should reign in the prices of alternative choices in the same category.
    I kinda feel sorry of all those who put in for upper and lower receivers for the same money...lol
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    This will be important when the 7.62x39 comes, great question!
    Quote Originally Posted by fenceline View Post
    Any chance we can order an upper just on its own too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by xdmer View Post
    ^ really a pencil barrel? But why?
    The rifle would be much handier for off hand shooting. Not that the weight is bad, but yeah, that's why. Plus, I don't hammer rounds fast enough to warrant a heavier barrel. I've wondered this about a lot of rifles lately, the ACR DMR barrel, M10x DMR, the original xcr barrels etc. The XCR with the lighter barrel is a great rifle.


    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Wolverine View Post
    Thin barrels take more machining time and that cost money. Our goal was to keep the price under $1,000
    Cool! thanks for the response. This rifle looks like a ton of fun. Awesome work.

    Ben

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