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Thread: Modern Sporter Update April 5th 2018

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    Quote Originally Posted by F22_RaptoR View Post
    They're machined one at a time (not in a big slab), the actual time and material you'd save doing 2 in a billet wouldn't be worth it.
    Not to mention that the fixturing would be a nightmare. Total time to rough out both lowers in op 1 is under 5 minutes. we could cut that time down but at the cost of dimensions and tooling suffering.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brianma65 View Post
    Turn that machine up on 10,and do not take your finger off the green button... ha ha
    We are feeding it as fast as we can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alberta tactical rifle View Post
    Starting new thread shortly with the beginning of the teaser photos.
    But for now.

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    New thread with more pics.... please
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brianma65 View Post
    New thread with more pics.... please
    Agreed
    "Victory favours the prepared"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brianma65 View Post
    New thread with more pics.... please
    As requested

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    I hope the brass deflector is solid and not screwed on the upper.

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    I kinda like the look of the deflector bolt in

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patriot762x51 View Post
    I hope the brass deflector is solid and not screwed on the upper.
    The bolted on deflector on my MV is solid. There's nothing to worry about

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patriot762x51 View Post
    I hope the brass deflector is solid and not screwed on the upper.
    It will be retained by a screw, The deflector sits in a pocket that is milled into the upper. we have been employing this style for many years now and have thousands of rifles out in the world with these retained in this manner and have not experienced a single issue.

    To integrate the shell deflector into the upper requires large bar stock, which increases waste and price of the finished part.

    We may go with integrated shell deflectors in the upper that have forward assist, but we are still contemplating the forward assist feature as it is for the most part a useless feature. The deciding factor will be what guys want when we get around to starting on the uppers. Majority will dictate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alberta tactical rifle View Post
    We may go with integrated shell deflectors in the upper that have forward assist, but we are still contemplating the forward assist feature as it is for the most part a useless feature. The deciding factor will be what guys want when we get around to starting on the uppers. Majority will dictate.
    I'm definitely hoping for a forward assist version, just looks a little off without one.

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