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  1. Yesterday I visited a local store that has been around for a long time, They had nothing in stock. needless to say I asked about getting a TROY other and the owner was very uptight about it. he said I'll never sell one due to the fact that there is a federal law in the works to stop the sale and any prior sales will be confiscated! I was not happy to hear this but this store has a very bad rep. So a little help here, I looked and saw nothing about this subject on line.
  2. WTS: Updated: Smith & Wesson M&P 15 ORC 5.56/.223 with many accessories Includes rifle, magazine, manual, box, lock. Rifle is in excellent condition. · Model: M&P 15 ORC Optics Ready Compliant #811013 · Chromed Components: Barrel Bore, Chamber, Gas Key, Bolt Carrier · Receiver: 7075 T6 Aluminum · Stock: Fixed Pinned · Overall length: 35” · Weight: 6.25 lbs. · Barrel: 16”, 1 in 9 twist, 4140 Steel · Finish: Hard Coat Black Anodized · Gas block with integral Picatinny Rail on the same plane as the receiver rail. QD Sling Swivel Attachment on the bottom Additional Accessories include are: · Troy 7” Aluminum Drop in BattleRails quad rail · Magpul MOE Carbine Hand Guard, Dark Earth, with Picatinny rail section · AR15 Handguard Removal Tool (Brownells # 100-000-438) · Magpul B.A.D. Battery Assist Lever · Ambidextrous Charging Handle Latch · ERGO Grip, Dark Earth $725.00 cash FID and matching DL required with transfer thru FFL. Located in Morris County, RTSP in Randolph preferred FFL. Buyer responsible for transfer fees. The first to post “I’ll take it” wins the sale followed by PM to confirm.
  3. PK90

    My new pistol ...

    NO, you can't have one. Too heavy and has handguard. - Fightlite SCR Lower and Bolt - KAK 4.5" Barrel w/Adj Gas Block and Griffin Armament Linear Device - Ambi-Charging Handle - CZ Low Profile Sights Haven't had a chance to shoot it yet. Will add a handstop.
  4. CNJFO HOG HUNT SUNDAY JAN. 26TH! SAVE THE DATE! A PORKTASTIC GOOD TIME W/ 2A PATRIOTS & FRIENDS! by Black Wire Media Wed. Nov. 13, 2019 www.cnjfo.com/join-us The Coalition of New Jersey Firearm Owners is proud to announce we've scheduled our first Hog Hunt of the new season for Sunday January 26th. So mark your calendars and watch for our event page & sign-up on our website (coming SOON!). The guided Hunt is ideal for beginners & anyone looking for a challenge since this is a "NO license, ANY weapon" affair held on a 150 acre island in the middle of the Susquehanna River near Harrisburg, PA. Raffles, swag, lunch included. Stay Saturday night & party with us (Dutch Treat) OR come Sunday. A great way to fill the freezer & support NJ's busiest 2A group! Hunt includes hot lunch served on the island, field dressed hog, goody bag w/ swag items, raffles for great prizes (BRING CASH ON ISLAND) & all the memories you can take home! We recommend V. Roche & Son Butchers in Whitehouse Station, NJ. A CNJFO sponsor, they have a renowned reputation for excellent service! Register HERE: https://www.cnjfo.com/event-3629844
  5. We have an astounding ability as humans to progress, apply yourself for one month and the results become noticeable, 6 months can be substantial, 12 months? Limitless. Subjectively speaking, January 2018 I was just another "gun guy" who bought guns, gear and entertained myself with endless amounts of gun media, January 2019 I was attending SHOT show as an "industry insider" media creator. If you told me a year earlier this would happen I wouldn't believe you, but stranger things have happened. With pure luck I connected with a media mogul of industry early 2018, I contributed content to his media platform, becoming a writer in the industry as result. Late summer 2018 I was asked about attending SHOT to be at the forefront of the industry for 2019. Candidly it never crossed my mind being new to the industry, but in the weeks following I'm still digesting my first experience and which direction to take my writing. I came to the mecca of gun shows without expectations, from my interests I didn't anticipate seeing game changing products, but to educate myself further on what exists. Arriving in Vegas with a realistic mentality, my objectives were to meet existing industry partners, companies I intend on starting relationships with and find nuanced products. What I experienced was beyond my imagination....... Opening morning: RUNNIN' WITH THE BULLS Words only say so much about participating in a bull rush of 50,000+ gun loving attendees the opening morning of SHOT. When I walked through the doors to the main showroom it was immediate sensory overload, my eyes quickly and rapidly focused on different signage for brands within the industry I loved. With all of my nerves awakened and senses dialed in to the moment, entering SHOT show for the first time was one of life’s seldom moments you felt alive. I found myself surrounded by many well established and respected people in the industry. My naiveté in preparation for the event resulted in underwhelming interaction time with companies I planned to do business with, finding myself surrounded by bigger names and others who were better prepared for the show I perked up like a high school senior on prom night hoping to "fake it til I made it" in some cases it was successful, others not so much but nevertheless able to begin a rapport and exchange contact information. First and foremost I headed to Windham Weaponry, my “career” started with a review of the WW-308 and I wanted to meet the team who I only exchanged emails with prior. I praised their quality work up in Maine and shared the positive feedback from my review. Since published strangers have become friends thanking me for providing insight on a company who makes quality rifles at budget friendly prices. Having a voice in the industry remains unreal, if not for Windham Weaponry that voice wouldn’t exist! "Innovation" I realize I gravitate towards black guns and majority of my time invested at SHOT was spent attending booths in that demographic. Visiting LWRC, Daniel Defense, Knights Armament, Geissele, Trijicon, Nightforce, Magpul and other companies you'd expect; my mission was to see as much gear in person I normally wouldn't. Finding new, exciting products require a fine blend of creativity and hard work when looking at endless amounts of AR's, AK's, Handguns and their accessories. I can't say I discovered a plethora of new exciting products, however I found some that were noteworthy. Lee Armory is a quality American AK Manufacturer, assembling rifles from ROMARM parts Making A2 rifles great again One of my early stops was to Daniel Defense, discovering the new Omega Rail 7.0, a 6” drop-in rail which effortlessly converts A2 style AR15’s to a free float barrel. Offered in M-Lok and Quad Rail, the Omega installs using a front hinge and rear set screw to secure the rail while attaching to the existing delta ring. Notably both models bridge the gap over the ring and upper receiver with an additional inch of Picatinny rail space at the 12 O’clock position, providing end users with an additional 7” of real estate to run accessories. Converting an entry level rifle to a free float barrel can cost substantial time and money, Daniel Defense gains creativity points for inventing a cost evasive solution. The Daniel Defense Omega Rail makes converting A2 style AR's effortless Digital Action The Franklin Armory Providence directed plenty of traffic to their booth With a reputation for antagonizing the ATF and anti-gun states, Franklin Armory makes what seems an annual event to bring attention to their booth by releasing a new loophole defying firearm for SHOT show. The 2019 edition is the Providence Carbine and Pistol: the non semi-automatic, 1 bullet per trigger pull firearm chambered in 9mm. The Providence features "digital action" meaning your finger (digital) manually chambers and extracts each round. In absence of direct impingement or blowback operations, the firing sequence begins in Condition 3 with the bolt forward, chamber empty. The pull of the trigger extracts a round in to the chamber, the release of the trigger fires the round, your next pull of the trigger ejects the spent shell casing while chambering the next round Repeat until you're empty like shooting a revolver. The platform remains in early prototype, currently designed to accept Glock 19 magazines with future plans include modularity with Sig, Colt, HK magazines and caliber conversions to 10MM, 45, 40 S&W. Having dry fired the weapon, the trigger pull is heavy but if you live where semi-automatic guns are vilified, this is your work around! I found Franklin Armory's previous releases to be novelty items but if executed properly, the Providence shows promise. Currently legal in 49 states (not California, shocking) the Providence could be a great solution for those in other ban states who desire an AR-Pistol or full featured rifle. There's no set release date but for reference the Reformation which premiered at SHOT 2018 wasn't available until late 2018. Quality & Affordable red dot? In 2015 Leupold entered the Red Dot market with the LCO which is one of the best reflex sights on the market, but with a MSRP of $900 and a street price around $700 turns many customers. Leupold listened to the market and made further strides with their new Freedom RDS reflex optic. The RDS has an MSRP of $350 and anticipated street price of $250 with Leupold quality glass becomes affordable for the masses. I predict the RDS will push competitors to lower their prices, making a quality red-dot a "must" on every AR. REAL INNOVATION Bolt gun with AR technology, the Daniel Defense Delta5 is the complete package "Innovative" is a word thrown around liberally at SHOT often leaving yourself questioning if company representatives know what the word means, but when you hear it from Daniel Defense in regards to the Delta 5, believe it. The excitement opening day prevented me getting within 50 feet of the gun, day 2 I was able to spend an hour learning more about SHOT's most buzzworthy product. The chassis made by Daniel Defense is remarkably ergonomic with adjustable cheek rise and length of pull. True to their AR Roots, the Delta 5 is a modular, user friendly rifle. Chambered in 6.5 Creedmoor or 308 Winchester, swapping calibers is accomplishable by anyone with an armorer's wrench and hand tools to loosen the barrel nut. The only part not made by DD is the custom Timney trigger with an adjustable pull and has an extremely clean break. I don’t have much experience with bolt guns so I won’t elaborate further. What I do know is many black gun owners are becoming interested in bolt guns but may be unsure where to start, Daniel Defense is a familiar name they'll trust. Beyond "tactical" customers, the DD rep I spoke with mentioned another attendee, an avid hunter in a European country where they're tyrannically limited to 3 guns was ecstatic about the ability to run one chassis with multiple calibers. With an MSRP of $2200 and future plans for further modularity, the Delta5 offers a lot of gun for the money. The Daniel Defense Delta5 is the complete package RANDOM THOUGHTS, OBSERVATIONS I may have hiked through SHOT with fanatical focus, but wasn’t completely oblivious to my surroundings. My ADD makes it difficult to recreate every experience through words properly, but here's random observations I made in my 2 days: Magpul unveiled the new D-50 Drum magazine for AR-10’s on a Knight’s Armament SR-25. Not just any SR-25, one equipped with a Nightforce ATACR 1-8, Surefire Scout light, Law Tactical Folder, Magpul Pro Offset sights, Magpul Bipod, Magpul D-50, Magpul SL-S stock….with an $8500 configuration one of the most expensive guns I’ve held. It blew my mind the amount of people who attend SHOT just for the free swag. I easily saw attendees by the thousands loot the booths, filling their roller carts full of stickers, patches and gun paraphernalia...annoying when walking through a crowded showroom floor. If I get to the point I only go to SHOT for free stuff, that’s when I stop going, don’t be that guy. The best free thing from a booth? Hand sanitizer. Exhibitors take note, buy an economy pack of hand sanitizer so attendees can clean their hands, I'll stop by your booth every year, so will everyone else. If you plan to attend SHOT in the future, bring your own Hand Sanitizer and back load on Emergen-C a few days prior. Unless my previous point changes the future of SHOT. Best gun I held? HK MP5 in Flat Dark Earth Most unique gun of the show? The Q Mini-Fix “pistol” Coolest piece of swag? The Magpul 20 Year anniversary sticker and the gold Magpul Favorite Exhibitor? Knights Armament, if you’re an AR enthusiast and see them at a expo, strike up a conversation with any of their reps. You’ll learn a lot of history about the AR-15 and pioneers of this industry. They may not hand out coupons or swag, but you’ll gain a greater appreciation for America’s gun. Final Thoughts This wasn't a business trip it was a pilgrimage, now an annual routine as an industry "insider" to incubate new ideas for the gun world. Popping my SHOT show cherry was exciting, overwhelming, exhausting but importantly a positive experience. Attending SHOT wasn't a vacation to Vegas as a gun fanboy, it was a test of how well one can think outside the box, the willpower of a rookie to stand out in a league of gentlemen and put those ideas to work. My interests rapidly change, come January 2020 they may be different and I'll be taking on SHOT show differently. I’m unsure what those will be, but I'm eager to find out. The Q Mini Fix "Pistol" $8500 gun, no big deal
  6. I like what Brownells is doing here. I might pick up a few. 1955-1982 Made with brand new, fully-modern materials, Brownells Retro Rifles are faithful copies of classic Eugene Stoner designs. Hold history in your hands. Get a Brownells Retro Rifle today. Brownells Model: BRN-10A Rifle .308 1955-1960 The BRN-10™ by Brownells brings back to life the original Eugene Stoner, lightweight 308 battle rifle. The BRN-10A barrel features a heavy barrel with distinctive and functional fluting under the handguard. Heavy contoured barrel with aggressive fluting underneath the handguard 3-Prong, Dutch style flash hider with nitride finish Brown Retro furniture to mimic original fiberglass look Weight: 9 lbs Receivers designed by FM Products are machined from billet 7075-T6 aluminum Trigger style charging handle underneath the carry handle is retained by internal detent system 308 Winchester 20” QPQ 1-10 Rifle Length Barrel Assembly manufactured by Faxon Brownells Retro Buttstock Assembly & Pistol Grip Brownells Model: BRN-10B Rifle .308 1955-1960 The BRN-10™ by Brownells brings back to life the original Eugene Stoner, lightweight 308 battle rifle. The BRN-10B features a lightweight barrel, which allows for a quick handling package. Lightweight barrel assembly Closed prong, Portugese style flash hider with nitride finish Black Retro furniture to mimic later production AR-10® rifles Weight: 8 lbs Receivers designed by FM Products are machined from billet 7075-T6 aluminum Trigger style charging handle underneath the carry handle is retained by internal detent system 308 Winchester 20” QPQ 1-10 Rifle Length Barrel Assembly manufactured by Faxon Brownells Retro Buttstock Assembly & Pistol Grip Brownells Model: BRN-601 Rifle 5.56mm 1959-1964 The Brownells Model BRN-601 Rifle recreates the classic design of the original AR-15 issued to the United States Military in the early 1960s. Model 601 Style Lower Receiver with slab side Slickside Upper Receiver Matte gray anodizing (not painted) 20" 5.56x45mm NATO Barrel with 1-12 twist & chrome bore Chrome, Duckbill 3 Prong Flash Hider Green buttstock, pistol grip & handguard assembly Includes 20rd Magazine, GI Operations Manual & Chamber Flag Brownells Model: XBRN16E1 Rifle 5.56mm 1964-1967 The Brownells Model XBRN16E1 Rifle replicates the design of the first AR-15 to be issued in mass numbers to US Army on the ground in Vietnam. XM16E1 Style Lower Receiver with partial "magazine fence" XM16E1 Upper Receiver Matte gray anodizing (not painted) 20" 5.56x45mm NATO Barrel with 1-12 twist & chrome bore Chrome, Bolt Carrier Group with forward assist serrations 3 Prong Flash Hider Black buttstock, pistol grip & handguard assembly Includes 20rd Magazine, GI Operations Manual & Chamber Flag Brownells Model: BRN-16A1 Rifle 5.56mm 1967-1982 The Brownells BRN-16A1 Rifle replicates the iconic M16A1 rifle issued to thousands of US Soldiers, Marines, Sailors & Airmen. M16A1 Style Lower Receiver with full "magazine fence" M16A1 Upper Receiver Matte gray anodizing (not painted) 20" 5.56x45mm NATO Barrel with 1-12 twist & chrome bore Mil-Spec Phosphate/Chrome Bolt Carrier Group A1 Flash Hider Black buttstock, pistol grip & handguard assembly Includes 20rd Magazine, GI Operations Manual & Chamber Flag Brownells Model: XBRN177E2 Rifle 5.56mm 1967-1982 The Brownells XBRN177E2 Carbine is an homage to the classic carbine used by US troops in Vietnam. M16A1 Style Lower Receiver with full "magazine fence" M16A1 Upper Receiver Matte gray anodizing (not painted) 12.7" 5.56x45mm NATO Barrel with 1-12 twist & chrome bore XM177 flash hider with grenade ring (pinned and welded to meet legal length) Mil-Spec Phosphate/Chrome Bolt Carrier Group Black CAR buttstock, pistol grip & handguard assembly Includes 20rd Magazine, GI Operations Manual & Chamber Flag
  7. GAPP

    AR-15 pistol?

    Has anyone here ever successfully built one? What parts did you use to stay under the 50oz maximum?
  8. Took my AR-47 to the range today for the first time since completing it figured id share it with yall! some pics Two vids shooting it pt 1 shooting it pt 2 Overall i am Happy! Out of 200 Rounds shot today only had two non fires, after striking each round 3 times each to get it to fire, came to the conclusion its not the rifle but the round/primer issue as all the other went off with ease. I read alot of ppl saying the 7.62x39 AR's were "problem Childs" but i didnt have any problems. Just do your research. :-) If you catch me at the range dont be skerred come say hi. im friendly ;-)
  9. Mike is doing a deal for the Ruger AR556 AR-15. It's a fantastic AR btw. $500 including all fees.
  10. Hey Y'all Figured id Share my Progress on my AR-47 Build. Parts List: 16" 7.62x39 BARRELED UPPER - OMEGA 15" SERIES with Shark Muzzle Brake - 5/8" x 24 TPI Upper Receiver A4 Upper Receiver M4 Feed Ramps Black Hardcoat Anodized Mil-Std-171 Type III Precision Machined to Mil-Spec Tolerances Forged From High-Grade 7075 T6 Aluminum Mil-Spec Forward Assist and Ejection Door Barrel 16" 7.62 x 39mm 1x10 MIDWEIGHT MELONITE NITRIDE BARREL Gas System Carbine Length Stainless Steel Gas Tube .750 Low Profile Steel Melonite Gas Block Hand Guard Omega 15" Free Float - White T Marks on all four rails. OMEGA / VECTOR END CAP Shark Muzzle Brake - 5/8" x 24 TPI First I Bought my upper from MAS Defense website. Took it to my gun shop to pin and weld the Muzzle Break As NJ Law. Went to Gander Mountain Store Closing and picked up a nice 2.5 MOA red dot scope Heres what it looks like it on the upper and upper on the lower Looks pretty darn good! :-) But The upper needs some customizing done to it to fit the FDE Theme. And So Time for paint. First I taped everything that i dont want to be FDE color.And stuffed Cotton Squares the things ladies use to remove makeup. to protect the barrel and gas tube. worked great! Since i couldnt find any FDE sprey paint and had the Model Master FDE paint left over i said lets brush it on. Worked good on the lower parts :-) So i painted the left side of the Handguard. 2 coats on let dried for 24 hours then i removed the tape. Sorry didnt take pic of that part. but i liked how it came out for being brushed on So on to the right side and some Upper accents parts Painted the Dust Cover and the Forward Assist 2 coats let dry for 24 hours before removing tape. Installed it on the Lower. This is the Paint i used I Love How it all came out! I have seen either Black Handguard or FDE color Handguard but never both. I Didnt want all black or all FDE color So i Painted the Handguard myself and glad i did. Makes it stick out from the rest of the AR-47's Handguards :-D Up close you can see in some spots that it was brushed on but other then that it looks great! Love it! Next up Is the BCM, Charging Handle and Mags. Then Ammo and to the RANGE!!!!!!!!!!!!! Im 90% done with the build. :-) Well i Hope Y'all Like my build so far. And maybe this gives you some ideas on colors or themes or just like thats a sweet AR :-D I Will update Y'all when i get the rest parts and then take it to the range. *PEW*PEW*PEW*
  11. Hey y'all! After Researching for months i have decided to start my build So Heres a Blog On My First Part of my Build :-) Parts Installed: Anderson Lower Receiver CMMG Lower Parts Kit Magpul Polymer Trigger Guard, Flat Dark Earth UTG AR15 Ergonomic Pistol Grip, FDE AR-Stoner Buffer Tube Assembly 6-Position Mil-Spec Diameter AR-15 Aluminum Black Magpul Stock MOE FCS Fixed Carbine AR-15, LR-308 Carbine Synthetic Phase 5 Weapon Systems Inc Extended Bolt Release V2 First i bought the Anderson AR-15 Stripped Lower Reciever. Then I Installed the Magpul Polymer Trigger Guard, Flat Dark Earth I Bought the CMMG Lower Parts Kit And since i am going for A FDE Theme, I Decided to paint the Mag catch, Mag Release Button,Safety Selector and the Take Down pins. 3 Coats of white primer. Then after 24 Hours dry time i painted them with Master Model enamal Paint in Flat Dark Earth Then I color Filled the Markings on the Lower Receiver. After All the paint had 24 hours to fully cure I started installing the Lower parts kit into the lower Receiver After Installing all the lower parts kit and the CMMG Lower Parts Kit, Magpul Polymer Trigger Guard, Flat Dark Earth,UTG AR15 Ergonomic Pistol Grip, FDE, AR-Stoner Buffer Tube Assembly 6-Position Mil-Spec Diameter AR-15 Aluminum Black, Magpul Stock MOE FCS Fixed Carbine AR-15, LR-308 Carbine Synthetic, Phase 5 Weapon Systems Inc Extended Bolt Release V2 Next Onto The Upper Part. If you like it so far stick around to see it finished. Thanks for reading my first blog. :-)
  12. Hello All, Recently Got my FID! I have been window licking for the last 5 months. I have my heart set on the Scar 16s. Cant afford a 17s. My question is to any scar owner or someone who knows. What modifications needed to be done for NJ AWB compliance? also where did you get the modifications done? Thanks, Mike P.S Unrelated Scar comments are welcome!
  13. Im ready to do my first AR barrel install and was wondering what flavor of clamping device you guys are using and why..Clamshell type?..two piece(that hold upper flat in vise by top and bottom)?...Geissele reaction rod?
  14. Looking at this basic AR-15 on sale at CtD. Help out a newbie... is there anything else non-compliant about this rifle other than the adjustable stock and 30 rnd mag? http://www.slickguns.com/product/mossberg-mmr-ar-15-tactical-223556-nato-rifle-654014-49900-free-shipping
  15. Just got my first AR! Bushmaster Carbon 15. http://www.budsgunshop.com/catalog/product_info.php/products_id/80172 So now I have a question... I want to replace the stock gas block with a quad-railed one, so I can attach a flip down front sight, and a couple other accessories. Everywhere I go, it says the only way I can be sure of the size I need is to remove the current gas block and measure the hole. Is there any other way? I'd really rather order the gas block, and put it on when it arrives, only taking it apart once. And to be honest, I'm not all that confident I could accurately measure the hole. Any advice would be greatly appreciated! Also, I feel I have to say this since you can't tell from the picture, that's a PERMANENTLY PINNED 15 round mag, NOT a hi-cap 30 round mag! Purchased from RifleGear.com!!!
  16. Saw these GG&G transition sights and they tweaked my interest...does anyone use them and if so whats your impression of them....Are they a viable replacement for normal fixed or folding BUIS?..I haven't tried out the transition setup so it's hard to tell if I would like it or not..
  17. Question for everyone that may have had an AR long enough to know or anyone that may have the info...what's the service life on the major components of an AR...by that I mean barrel, bolt, bolt carrier, extractor, gas tube, hammer and even the uppr receiver. Lets consider it gets low to moderate use..say 100-200 rds a month mainly slow fire at the range and is maintained in factory recommended ways. Edit... Also assume its a reputable make (Stag ,BCM, DD, Bushy, forgive me if I missed any) and using decent brass cased ammo (PMC AE REM LAKE CITY)
  18. Starting on the 27th until the 4th Black Dog Machine is offering 30% off all online orders over $100. They have a target master .22lr conversion that comes with 2 15 rd bdm mags for $175; with 30% off and when I went through the process shipping was $11.50 it comes out to $135 or just under to my door. Definitly the best deal I've seen on this especially because it comes with 2 15 rounders. I know what I'll be ordering on Saturday... http://blackdogmachinellc.net/target-master-22-lr-conversion-unit.aspx In check out you need the coupon code ZOMBIE; it won't be good until the 27th-4th as previously stated
  19. Ok just looking for opinions based on your experience...should I put the Accuwedge in my Stag mod 3..very little play bet upper and lower..prob more of a mental thing..someone on ar15.com said that using it will cause premature wear in in locking pins and elongate pin holes...recommended an o-ring on front lug..help me my friends
  20. Been hearing alot online about people using Mobil 1 oil for their AR's. Anyone had any experience with it? Ive been a CLP and MilTec user for a while with decent results but this synthetic stuff is a bit intriguing.
  21. WTS 3 AR-15 Gun Digest books, Volumes 1,2 and 3 by Patrick Sweeney. All are in excellent like new condition. $13.00 each or all 3 for $33.00 shipped. Check or money order. I don't have paypal. Can also meet at RTSP.
  22. All I need to get a stripped lower is FID card am I right....
  23. Mounted The tasco pro point on the AR-15 . next outdoor shoot i go to i will bring this to site it in and see how it does..
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