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 on: Today at 09:41:39 AM 
Started by CabbitOne - Last post by HBeretta
Whatís with the cheap polymer being used?  First the hand guards now the receivers...  CabbitOne, sorry to see this...Iíd be pissed, especially after dropping close to $3k.  Just seems like with each new member posting about their MDR...it's because there's a problem with it.  

 on: Today at 09:20:50 AM 
Started by BellatorInvictus - Last post by DubageL
They weren’t sure about that. But think it will be the whole assembly, with front close out disk and front sling ring. The front folding sight is only needed if your X95 has the rear BUIS assembly like on the early IDF x95’s or US IDF Tavor. Which, they are now not on never x95s because they have the meprolight mepro/MOR. You could always get an aftermarket front sight and install along with a rail section. If you want to use the current SBR full length optic top rail, think you need to remove the front sight on the handguard anyway.

 on: Today at 04:38:51 AM 
Started by jarmann - Last post by jarmann
do I bring the statesecurity in danger by this question ?
thanks a lot

 on: Today at 01:01:38 AM 
Started by Glorfindel - Last post by mityno1
There are no such reputable manufacturers of magazines that make .308 mags that hold 30 rounds that I know of.  While the principles are the same for any caliber, the heavier the caliber the greater the problems in making it feed reliably.  

So I guess the hundreds of thousands (millions?) of BREN magazines, hundreds of thousands of Type 99 magazines don't count?

The reason that for magazines seemed to cap at 20 rounds for .308 was overall weight that it added to an already heavy rifle.

Aren't those top fed?  Where the magazine is inserted upside down and sticks out of the top of the receiver instead of out of the bottom of the receiver?  If so, gravity is helping the spring rather than the spring having to overcome the force of gravity?

I ask because I don't know a lot about full power cartridge machine guns. I have only shot a belt fed M-60 in that class.

 on: Today at 12:29:30 AM 
Started by CabbitOne - Last post by CabbitOne
*updated* sigh

 on: Yesterday at 11:49:32 PM 
Started by pyroxide - Last post by HBeretta
Whats a ballpark price of cutting 3 inches off the 16" barrel . Has to be cheaper than a new barrel right?

I canít recall where but I was quoted just (barely) above $100 for cut, thread and crown.

...but just send to rainier arms for $80+

 on: Yesterday at 11:38:36 PM 
Started by JesseJames38 - Last post by HBeretta
I looked at both my MDRs tonight (one in the 2700 range and one in the 2900 range) and both have the braised sleeve in their gas plugs.

Believe you gave us initial impressions but nothing since, unless Iíve missed.  Assuming youíve ran both by now...still holding to your expectations?

I know youíd mentioned posting photos once youíd setup in the photo thread, but still hadnít seen and was a little more curious about your take as you typically provide a bit of commentary in the MDR threads. 

 on: Yesterday at 11:06:18 PM 
Started by rtp - Last post by Box
Thanks for the updates.

 on: Yesterday at 10:38:27 PM 
Started by Cp9002 - Last post by kfeltenberger
I figured I'd post this here as it deals with flash hider removal.

Dvor has the AAC flash hider removal tool on sale for $26 for members.  If you aren't a member, you need a member to send a referral so just let me know your email and I'll send a referral your way.

This is the AAC link:  http://www.advanced-armament.com/BLACKOUT-Flash-Hider-Tool_p_477.html

I don't think the Dvor link will show anything but perhaps the part, certainly not a price.


 on: Yesterday at 09:48:32 PM 
Started by High-Gear - Last post by Blackandwhiteknight
I figured I'd start with some Gun Porn and show a MDR with an Elcan Spectre DR.  

I've read these rifles are stiff and need breaking in, and my experience seems to confirm that report.  I've not been able to shoot the rifle yet (fingers crossed for tomorrow), but have been cycling the action and mag release and such to help with break in. The purchase of the rifle was delayed because while at the dealer I couldn't cycle the action while holding the trigger back to feel the reset.  Upon taking it apart we were able to determine an angle on the hammer where it engages the hammer catch was at an angle where it didn't cam the catch out of the way.  

Desert Tech took a look at it and sent a new trigger pack.  Apparently they feel if I had shot the rifle it would have "Worn in", but wanted to send a working part to begin with.  It appears the two pieces may have been at max tolerance and a little stiff.

I've also had the magazine release catch stick one time where the mechanism stuck with the mag catch extended.  I pushed the pins to separate the halves of the rifle and it reset.  Apparently something bound up and it was caught.  I'll post if this happens again, but I suspect as it wears a bit these problems will go away.  

I plan to first use a 4-16x50 Vortex Viper PST to do some initial accuracy testing before zeroing the Elcan and will post a range report.  

Looks sweet man.  Word to the wise. I would watch the recoil with that Elcan mounted that far back.  My first shot the with the MDR was with an ACOG (which has very short eye relief) sent the optic right into my eye pro.

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