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  1. #121
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    Default Re: SMALL Weapon Lights for AR15 Pistols / SBRs

    Quote Originally Posted by Emptymag View Post
    Yeah, they look nice.
    The only reason I don't have a 9mm AR pistol is price.
    For a whole lot less than it costs to build one, I could get an Extar.
    For not a lot more, I could get a Scorpion or Stribog.

    The only positive about a 9mm AR is that I can buy it one piece at a time until I have everything I need to assemble it.
    That method has been working well for me. Finding $500, $600, $800 to just go buy a gun never seems to be an option.
    I was not aware of this before but apparently, you can buy the CMMG radial delayed bolt and barrel kit and build an AR9 around it instead of a normal blowback bolt. I'm considering putting my 5.56 upper rebuild on hold and buying one of these. https://www.righttobear.com/Radial-D...-p/99de642.htm
    Hope this is not Chris's blood ...

  2. #122
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    Default Re: SMALL Weapon Lights for AR15 Pistols / SBRs

    Donít we have a thread somewhere on building a 9mm AR? Want to build one up in the worst way.... TIA!
    All of my guns are lubed with BACON GREASE.

  3. #123
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    Default Re: SMALL Weapon Lights for AR15 Pistols / SBRs

    Quote Originally Posted by nfafan View Post
    Don’t we have a thread somewhere on building a 9mm AR? Want to build one up in the worst way.... TIA!
    These are dated and there are many more options on the market now, but here are two threads of mine on the topic. There may be others as well.

    Questions about building 9mm carbine

    My 9mm carbine build thread
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    Default Re: SMALL Weapon Lights for AR15 Pistols / SBRs

    Bumping this since there are probably more people looking to build up their home defense options now.

    For an affordable light, check out the Crimson Trace CWL-102 that I posted pics of.
    It held up to recoil of my 7.62x39 7" AR pistol.

    https://www.smkw.com/crimson-trace-t...pecs-container

    Go back to this post for some other links if you want to check around for pricing.
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  5. #125
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    Default Re: SMALL Weapon Lights for AR15 Pistols / SBRs

    Looks decent for the price, especially since it includes pic rail, mlok and keymod mounting options.

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