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Thread: STAG 10, OK, lets see what you build.... contest

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    Super GunNutz SSG69's Avatar
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    Here is my Stag 10 with its big brother my trusted AR-10T. Can you tell the difference.....?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSG69 View Post
    Here is my Stag 10 with its big brother my trusted AR-10T. Can you tell the difference.....?

    Those look good

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

    Can't post pictures but here is mine.

    Specs:
    Stag 10 receiver set
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    and on the inside

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    Where did you get your JP MkIII handguard from??

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    Quote Originally Posted by SolidPenguin View Post
    Where did you get your JP MkIII handguard from??
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    So why do people say 18.6"
    I thought 18.5 was non-restricted.
    I ordered a fulton armory 18.5 from the states, this will be non restricted right?

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    So why do people say 18.6"
    I thought 18.5 was non-restricted.
    I ordered a fulton armory 18.5 from the states, this will be non restricted right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JC117 View Post
    So why do people say 18.6"
    I thought 18.5 was non-restricted.
    I ordered a fulton armory 18.5 from the states, this will be non restricted right?
    470mm is law
    18.5 equals 469.9mm

    18.6 puts it to 472mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by koesdibyo View Post
    470mm is law
    18.5 equals 469.9mm

    18.6 puts it to 472mm
    I'd really like to know what they use to officially measure something. Instrument measurement error is usually half of the smallest increment... On a typical ruler with cm/mm, that's .5mm. That "469.9mm" would need a somewhat precise instrument to accurately measure it for certain at that length.

    If they use a .5mm error instrument, then anything from 469.5mm to 470.5mm could be "470mm".

    I doubt that someone will go to jail for a "469.9mm" barrel.

    I wouldnt push my luck with something shorter than "469.5mm" for NR though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tharkhold View Post
    I doubt that someone will go to jail for a "469.9mm" barrel.
    The Fulton 18.5 is 471.4mm to be exact Gotta love the " Measured from the bolt face " Clause :-)
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