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  1. Looks sick Blacksmythe!!!! Nice build! Need to find someone willing to pin and weld a barrel....
  2. Not sure why someone would put that they have a CC on their resume or even disclose it to an employer, unless of course its a security company or that was his previous profession. But I appreciate the sarcasm.
  3. Phone was updating .. so.... I had the opportunity to shoot the full Modern Material line up yesterday with the main focus on the SBF. While conditions weren’t the best, random thunderstorms, rain, 90*+ degrees with roughly 100% humidity, I was able to make quite a few shots on steel targets varying between 50-100 yards using a red dot. I am not a good shooter mind you and the humidity did cause my glasses to fog adding to the challenge. The SBF was extremely light, accurate, (as accurate as I could be), and surprisingly was not as loud as I thought for its short size. It was actually rather tame! If anyone has ever considered something small for home defense, this would probably be the best alternative hands down. I will be ordering one of these in the near future from MM. what an awesome little package!!
  4. Assuming they are both identical barrels, yes, they will be just as accurate assuming only the length is different. Except, on the 8” your projectile is losing velocity way faster then when it comes out of your 20”+ barrel. You will have a flatter trajectory with a longer barrel to about 20-24”. It starts to drop (the FPS of the projectile) significantly as the barrel length gets shorter. Accuracy never changes. Projectile velocity does... this chart is only covering 223. 556 is a little hotter with a bit more velocity.
  5. Uhm... accuracy is not lost with shorter barrels. Accuracy is not effected by barrel length. The effective terminal ballistics and effective distance is. So these smaller weapons would actually be perfect for home defense with hollow point ammo to reduce over-pen. Only thing lost is projectile velocity with these firearms.
  6. Ok so if you bought an MM DSI, they can get you for even legally owning a rifle and a legally purchased non-NFA firearm.... under constructive intent.
  7. It’s pretty gross that the NJSP said, we can’t let you build these because you’re too stupid to build something legal out of a receiver. constructive intent is nonsense. Buy a complete upper, slap a vfg, no intent after about 22 seconds... Build a lower slap a brace and there is no intent after the upper is built. They’ll have a 20 minute window to come in raid the house and kill the doggo before it is a legally constructed firearm.
  8. I’ve been donating where and when possible. the class action lawsuit seems like an awesome idea..
  9. Nope never got permission. I hear ya. Would just really like to build one but I’m a pussy. The truth hurts Lol i don’t want anyone shooting my doggo.
  10. By any chance would you have any knowledge if NJSP will allow the people to build their own? And or if they will be clarifying this specifically? thanks in advance
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