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Thread: Modern Sporter - Build Discussions

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    Quote Originally Posted by jiffx2781 View Post
    There is a proper fix I've found to the lightweight bcg/ejection port cover compatibility issue....

    It's called a Brownells Titanium M16 or AR15 bcg because they are made to standard dimensions.
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    Is anyone running the Armaspec stealth recoil spring with a Brownells low mass bcg and rifle length gas system? Should I go with the carbine 3.3 oz.?

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    The JP Enterprises Aluminum Ultra Light Bolt Carrrier works fine for opening a port door. It is by far the lightest carrier I have found, keep in mind it will wear and it's a consumable item. I have one in my 6.5 Grendel upper, got about 400 rounds through it. I'm guessing it will last 3000-5000 rounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HotSoup View Post
    or, hear me out here guys...you couldnt just not use a dust cover since theyre generally not necessary unless youre crawling through dirt/mud or trekking through a dust storm. Trips to the range, or walks in the woods or up a mountain, especially not under time constraints or stress means you dont really need one. Just my casual 2 cents
    Lol I have been running my AR without one for a couple years now.

    Function has not been affected.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bfranklin View Post
    Lol I have been running my AR without one for a couple years now.

    Function has not been affected.
    I don't doubt that one bit. Unfortunately, our AR's are range toys and all things considered a restricted rifle a pretty pampered tool.

    I know 1 of my MS's will be used and abused compared to my other ones. Dust cover would be necessary, imo.

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    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1xYC...w?usp=drivesdk

    -17 Full of snow no dust cover and no issues what so ever

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    Does anyone know how I can remove the rear takedown pin and what is required to fit an aftermarket pin like a KNS or V Seven titanium pin? I am receiving my rifle soon and would like to buy some pins beforehand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KHTL View Post
    Does anyone know how I can remove the rear takedown pin and what is required to fit an aftermarket pin like a KNS or V Seven titanium pin? I am receiving my rifle soon and would like to buy some pins beforehand.
    Drilling things out would be required... would probably want to send to ATRS to make that modification. I just went through this dilemma myself, decided to just keep the original there for simplicity's sake.

    You can still swap out the front one no problem, I decided on the BAD Titanium ones and will probably just use the rear one on an AR.
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