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Thread: Fightlite MCR-100 belt fed AR15

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    Fightlite MCR-100 belt fed AR15

    I can almost see the blisters forming from reloading 5 round belts

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    Enjoying your freedom? Thank A Soldier !!!

    You say nobody needs an AR15? Well nobody needs a whiny little b*tch either yet here you are!

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    You eventually form calluses....





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    No doubt!
    Enjoying your freedom? Thank A Soldier !!!

    You say nobody needs an AR15? Well nobody needs a whiny little b*tch either yet here you are!

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    Carried a C9 for 3 years, I'll keep my mag fed ARs :P
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    Upcoming ban for 2019: Trudeau and his liberals !

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    Trust me when I tell you that any comparison between the C9 and the Fightlite MCR ends with their general, shared characteristics - 5.56mm, gas-operated, air-cooled, shoulder-controlled, belt feed, quick-change Barrel. That's pretty much where it ends. The MCR is literally half the weight of the C9, is capable of far greater inherent/mechanical accuracy, is select-fire, and feeds equally-well from magazines or belts with no alteration to the firearm. Think of it as an HK416 or USMC M27 Infantry Automatic Rifle with true sustained-fire capacity, and you will begin to understand the unique benefits of the Fightlite MCR Upper Receiver over a conventional LMG.
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    I seem to be doing it wrong. I used a Prs stock and an eotech but lots of the one I've seen here go with the elcan and adjustable ar 15 Buttstock.


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    Never had a belt fed in Canada. Is there anything mechanically preventing from linking more than 5 rounds ? Are they not regular M27 links ?
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    I thought belts didnt have round restrictions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by drift1122 View Post
    I thought belts didnt have round restrictions?
    Only if the initial design pre-dates 1945 I believe. Anything after that and it's 5 rounds.
    Enjoying your freedom? Thank A Soldier !!!

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    They dont if the firearm using the belts was designed before 1945. Firearms desinged after 1945 are limited to 5.

    The firearm can be reproduced tomorrow as long as it is the same as one built before 1945 and not have a limit. But if it's a design from January 1st 1946 you can only have 5. Welcome to the assinign canadian gun laws.

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