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  1. #3781
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    Default Re: Post your AR with pictures here!

    Quote Originally Posted by Emptymag View Post
    Or an old thing!
    I think it's this...
    https://www.impactweaponscomponents....-mount-n-slot/
    I think you found it!
    roughly 60ish bucks after all said and done ......
    not sure how I feel about that ... but it's an option

  2. #3782
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    Default Re: Post your AR with pictures here!

    Quote Originally Posted by Boondox View Post
    What is holding your light onto the firearm?
    It is an Impact Weapons Components (IWC) TMC 1 inch light mount and slot. It was easy to install and stayed put after many hundreds of rounds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by plentyngood View Post
    It is an Impact Weapons Components (IWC) TMC 1 inch light mount and slot. It was easy to install and stayed put after many hundreds of rounds.
    The only one I have that still has M4 handguards is my 22 - but I see that those work on Magpul handguards too.
    Looks like it puts the light right where I would want it.
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    Since it is my first rifle, of any kind, I wanted to keep the cost down so that meant going budget and not getting a free floating rail. It came to about $350 total for upper and lower (it was a good time to buy unlike now). The priority was learning how to shoot it, hence the reason for the fixed rear sight which was a used Troy. The light mount was the most the most expensive add on but it does put the light where it should go without adjustment and necessary.

    The best part about the experience was building it and sighting it. YouTube research and all that, but in the end it came out great and I can say its mine. Spent the rest of the budget on ammo learning how to shoot it, a long way to go in that department. Unfortunately, I only get to fire it when I am back to visit my Mom in the 'burgh, USA for about a month, but this year does not look good. I was really looking forward to getting some instruction this year as I did not have the time last summer.

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    Default Re: Post your AR with pictures here!

    Quote Originally Posted by plentyngood View Post
    Since it is my first rifle, of any kind, I wanted to keep the cost down so that meant going budget and not getting a free floating rail. It came to about $350 total for upper and lower (it was a good time to buy unlike now). The priority was learning how to shoot it, hence the reason for the fixed rear sight which was a used Troy. The light mount was the most the most expensive add on but it does put the light where it should go without adjustment and necessary.

    The best part about the experience was building it and sighting it. YouTube research and all that, but in the end it came out great and I can say its mine. Spent the rest of the budget on ammo learning how to shoot it, a long way to go in that department. Unfortunately, I only get to fire it when I am back to visit my Mom in the 'burgh, USA for about a month, but this year does not look good. I was really looking forward to getting some instruction this year as I did not have the time last summer.
    Nothing wrong with only having a rear sight.
    good deal on it staying put
    I got a light on my shotgun and had to make improvements to keep repeated recoil from knocking stuff loose
    I dont want to be "that loser" who has to call time out during a gun fight to gather up my crap
    how embarrassing

  6. #3786
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    Default Re: Post your AR with pictures here!

    Building a 9mm AR pistol right now, just waiting for the OD Green SBA3 brace to complete it. The Cerakote color is one of their Elite series colors called Jungle (a bit darker than OD Green)

    The "Star Wars" pistol look





    With a 3 lug mount for a Rugged Obsidian 9mm suppressor


    With a KAK INDUSTRY 1/2x36 9MM SLIMLINE FLASH CAN
    Last edited by Xringshooter; April 6th, 2020 at 01:21 PM.
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    Looks awesome Ron.....until you stick that mag in I do really like the color
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    I know, "kinda gay looking" but I have a few standard lowers so right now no need to buy a dedicated 9mm lower. Maybe in the future.
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    Finished other than sights

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    Default Re: Post your AR with pictures here!

    When I saw that those Stern Defense mag well gadgets come in 45ACP, I started thinking about building a 45 AR pistol.
    Not sure I like the "mag release", but it does seem to be the most affordable way to go 45ACP.
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