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About My1stGlock

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  1. This would even be sweeter if they just sold the lower assembly as another option! Save the extra cash for the ammo.
  2. Looks hot. MSRP of $1500 hopefully street prices will be around 800-1200 range.
  3. I think PK90 meant getting a 14.5" barrel and then welding a 1.5" muzzle brake for a total of 16"
  4. That would be good for NJ keeping the brace? The brace would have to be pinned too if collapsible? If the brace was only for the purpose of the "other" classification I'd prefer a rifle stock at that point.
  5. More or less. Question for you are you planning on replacing the barrel and the handguard on the existing upper or do you plan to swap out the whole upper with a new 16" OAL upper and a pinned muzzle brake if threaded? Might be alot cheaper going that route. If you plan on swapping out the existing upper you'll need an armorer's wrench minimally. You will also have get a new gas tube and block. Not sure if you can repurpose w/o damaging existing one or if its different on the new barrel you will have to get that separately. I assume the other is using a carbine gas system. Possibly reuse the handguard? If not then pickup another one. Stock can be a fixed one or a pinned one. It all depends on what you feel like doing. If I missed anything I'm sure the others on the forum will add or correct.
  6. HE thoughts on the PSA premium bolt versus this one? On par? Was also going for $69 Christmas till prob first week of New Year. Now back to $79. which is still a reasonable price too. https://palmettostatearmory.com/palmetto-state-armory-5-56-premium-full-auto-bolt-carrier-group-8779.html
  7. so short story NJ "other" owners will have to dissemble brace and convert to a complaint rifle with 16" OAL?
  8. 41 pages of good reading gonna read through it all.....
  9. Summary should be "Law abiding citizen prevents thief from stealing his car". That thief is no man. Oops sorry presumed innocent until proven guilty............ Friggin Liberals..
  10. According to the news he wasn't going to be charge since he was a licensed firearm owner??? But that's the news. Wonder if the D.A. trying to see which way the wind will blow with this one.......Hmmmm prosecute a law abiding citizen trying to defend his home or continue slapping these car thieves on the wrist and letting them out.
  11. Nice option but Is that also required if the stock is not collapsible and no muzzle brake? Looks like the scope option is lost when you mount this piece.
  12. This is why practicing with your firearm is important. Wonder how far was the perp for him to miss. Maybe he was just firing off a warning shot? Other issue is if he's shooting him while his back is turned there's a chance the homeowner could be charged. Anyone got legal guidance on this? Justified if shot in the garage but in the back?
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