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    Exclamation FN America FN15 14.5in SBR MOE Carbine 5.56mm

    MSRP$1298.70. SKU#: 36-100555.

    Features Magpul MOE handguard, Magpul ASAP Sling Mount, Ambi Safety and 1/7th twist 14.5" 5.56mm NATO barrel with bayonet lug.

    Here is your chance to get a factory SBR from the legendary Belgian small arms manufacturer! Call your dealer now to reserve one.

    OVER $300 SAVING OVER THE 14.5" SBR MODEL.













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    Last edited by North_Sylva; 07-26-2019 at 11:19 AM.

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    :O shes stunning

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    Can that gas block be removed in order to add a low pro block and free float HG?

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    Quote Originally Posted by maverick_ View Post
    Can that gas block be removed in order to add a low pro block and free float HG?
    Yes, but not easily.

    I would grind it off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maverick_ View Post
    Can that gas block be removed in order to add a low pro block and free float HG?
    You just have to punch out the pins holding it in place, they are tapered so they will only go one way. Do not grind it off, as you can sell the FSB for more if it’s undamaged.

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    Quote Originally Posted by North_Sylva View Post



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    FN should still do a better staking job on that end plate.
    Should have been staked a bit further to the right as currently, the nut can come loose with that few mm clearance.
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