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    Default What's black, aluminum, plastic, and is worth its weight in silver?

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    That's right, I drank the kool-aid and bought a WWSD2020 rifle from KE Arms. Will report back once I get some rounds through it.

    (yes I actually calculated, it is worth almost exactly its weight in silver at current spot price, lol)
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    Default Re: What's black, aluminum, plastic, and is worth its weight in silver?

    I want one of those new lowers so bad.
    I have two of the GWACS Armory poly lower carbines and want to get the "upgraded" KE Arms version to swap out on one gun.

    The purple, lightweight AR I built for my wife is the poor man's precursor to the WWSD rifle.
    It's a great concept and looks like they created a damned nice gun - it's just out of my grasp.
    I want to build another one for ME.
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    Default Re: What's black, aluminum, plastic, and is worth its weight in silver?

    Quote Originally Posted by Emptymag View Post
    I want one of those new lowers so bad.
    I have two of the GWACS Armory poly lower carbines and want to get the "upgraded" KE Arms version to swap out on one gun.

    The purple, lightweight AR I built for my wife is the poor man's precursor to the WWSD rifle.
    It's a great concept and looks like they created a damned nice gun - it's just out of my grasp.
    I want to build another one for ME.
    I lucked out and got a complete one at a local shop, just need to find a good light upper for it.
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    Default Re: What's black, aluminum, plastic, and is worth its weight in silver?

    Quote Originally Posted by raxar View Post
    I lucked out and got a complete one at a local shop, just need to find a good light upper for it.
    Primary Arms recently had a Faxon pencil barrel for $135. (amazing price)
    I had it in my cart for several days, but just have too many other places that money is needed, so I let it go.
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    Default Re: What's black, aluminum, plastic, and is worth its weight in silver?

    Quote Originally Posted by Emptymag View Post
    Primary Arms recently had a Faxon pencil barrel for $135. (amazing price)
    I had it in my cart for several days, but just have too many other places that money is needed, so I let it go.
    Unfortunately I suspect the BFR will be the last gun purchase of the year.
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    Default Re: What's black, aluminum, plastic, and is worth its weight in silver?

    Back from the first range trip with it. 120 rounds across four Lancer L5AWM 30rd mags , 2 failures to fire (dud primers?). Used Tulammo steel cased .223. No other malfs.

    The Holosun sight I put on it was perfectly adjusted from the factory, no adjustment needed for a 100 yard zero. Was reliably making head shots on a medium size silhouette target at 100 yards.

    Any mission, any conditions, any foe at any range.
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    I hate you.
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    Default Re: What's black, aluminum, plastic, and is worth its weight in silver?

    VG6 makes a slim version of their Epsilon muzzle brake that would be nice on that.
    The diameter matches up with a pencil barrel and allows you to slide the gas block off, over it if you should ever need to take it apart vs needing to remove the muzzle device to do so.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tdgaMmLL_VM

    I have one I need to install on a PSA upper with a pencil barrel.
    I can't tell if your flash hider is standard size, but the one on my PSA upper is - and it looks goofy on that skinny pencil barrel.
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    Default Re: What's black, aluminum, plastic, and is worth its weight in silver?

    Yeah it's a standard A2 birdcage flash hider. It doesn't look particularly goofy but only because the handguard extends all the way out to where the flash hider begins, concealing the pencil barrel entirely.
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    Default Re: What's black, aluminum, plastic, and is worth its weight in silver?

    Closer pic of just the rifle itself:

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