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Old 07-16-2020, 12:36 PM   #10801
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No issues with bolt carrier etc?
None that I've experienced. If you have an opportunity to take one out for a test drive certainly do that. They did a nice job on weight savings, milling etc and trigger is one of the best I've fired, although I think you need to go to the second-teir Victor to get the upgraded trigger
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Old 07-16-2020, 12:54 PM   #10802
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I find it amazing the amount of options you have for the ARs. It just never ends!!

Maybe I'll do the SIG for now, and take my time in building one. Sounds like fun being able to purchase all these parts and build it to your liking.
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Old 07-16-2020, 12:59 PM   #10803
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I find it amazing the amount of options you have for the ARs. It just never ends!!

Maybe I'll do the SIG for now, and take my time in building one. Sounds like fun being able to purchase all these parts and build it to your liking.
like lego's for adults.
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Old 07-16-2020, 03:54 PM   #10804
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like lego's for adults.
It's not Lego for men. It's Barbie for men. We get to assecorize!!
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Old 07-16-2020, 04:21 PM   #10805
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It's not Lego for men. It's Barbie for men. We get to assecorize!!
you have your barbie if you want, i'll stick with lego's.
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Old 07-17-2020, 08:03 AM   #10806
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So I ended up buying the SIG M400 Pistol. Of course it is coming from PSA but still in process, as it is the only place I found it.

Looking at MagPul sights now for it, might need to buy a small Picatinny rail for the front sight to mount to as it is a M-LOK barrel.
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Old 07-17-2020, 11:14 AM   #10807
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Finally finished my p07. Just about all the internals have been replaced with mcarbo, Cajun gun works or cz custom. Still waiting on my custom compensator to be finished.



New cz custom flat trigger


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Old 07-17-2020, 02:20 PM   #10808
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Thats purdy....
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Old 07-17-2020, 03:29 PM   #10809
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That looks really nice!
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Old 07-18-2020, 03:45 PM   #10810
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Finally finished my p07. Just about all the internals have been replaced with mcarbo, Cajun gun works or cz custom. Still waiting on my custom compensator to be finished.
I need the deets on that barrel.
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Old 07-18-2020, 05:14 PM   #10811
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I need the deets on that barrel.


Looks to be a Primary Machine fluted barrel.

Iím selling my threaded P07. Didnít like shooting it suppressed. Spit way too much gas. Now I need a new pistol suppressor host. Thinking about going 45 instead. Shooting my dads FNX 45 tactical suppressed was a blast. Not a lot of gas and hearing safe with standard FMJ stuff. Any other 45 recommendations for a suppressor host? Maybe CZ 97 with an aftermarket threaded barrel?
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Old 07-18-2020, 05:41 PM   #10812
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Looks to be a Primary Machine fluted barrel.

Iím selling my threaded P07. Didnít like shooting it suppressed. Spit way too much gas. Now I need a new pistol suppressor host. Thinking about going 45 instead. Shooting my dads FNX 45 tactical suppressed was a blast. Not a lot of gas and hearing safe with standard FMJ stuff. Any other 45 recommendations for a suppressor host? Maybe CZ 97 with an aftermarket threaded barrel?
Good luck with that. I've been searching for one for years.
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Old 07-18-2020, 09:45 PM   #10813
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What he said ***8595;

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Looks to be a Primary Machine fluted barrel.

Iím selling my threaded P07. Didnít like shooting it suppressed. Spit way too much gas. Now I need a new pistol suppressor host. Thinking about going 45 instead. Shooting my dads FNX 45 tactical suppressed was a blast. Not a lot of gas and hearing safe with standard FMJ stuff. Any other 45 recommendations for a suppressor host? Maybe CZ 97 with an aftermarket threaded barrel?
Good luck with that. I know one company that will make it but it will take like a year and be $$$$ and they need your gun. EFK fire dragon used to make barrels for full size cz's but I don't think they do anymore
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Old 07-18-2020, 11:01 PM   #10814
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What he said ***8595;







Good luck with that. I know one company that will make it but it will take like a year and be $$$$ and they need your gun. EFK fire dragon used to make barrels for full size cz's but I don't think they do anymore


Barsto sells CZ 97 threaded barrels for $330. Their site says minor fitting required. Iíve never heard anything bad about their barrels.
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Old 07-18-2020, 11:55 PM   #10815
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Good luck with that. I know one company that will make it but it will take like a year and be $$$$ and they need your gun. EFK fire dragon used to make barrels for full size cz's but I don't think they do anymore
They don't have P-01 barrels
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Old 07-19-2020, 12:36 AM   #10816
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Barsto sells CZ 97 threaded barrels for $330. Their site says minor fitting required. Iíve never heard anything bad about their barrels.
having fit a few barsto barrels over the years, minor fitting with them means you best be good with a file.
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Old 07-19-2020, 12:03 PM   #10817
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having fit a few barsto barrels over the years, minor fitting with them means you best be good with a file.


Darn. Maybe it will just be the FNX 45 Tactical or a threaded 1911 with some extended mags so I can have 10+1.
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Old 07-19-2020, 02:45 PM   #10818
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Built another p01 for a customer. Full polish job, with all cajun goodies from end to end. Nothing fancy on this one, just a nice carry pistol. SAO now as well.

I have a cz75 and SP01 to build for customers as well. Waiting to get the frame and slide back from cerakote

Made some changes to my p01 as well

Really just added a few more Cajun parts and the cz custom trigger and made it SAO too

I'm working with a local guy to make triggers and a few other cnc'd parts for the cz omega guns.
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Old 07-22-2020, 11:25 AM   #10819
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so, looking for some suggestion on optics for my AR. I'd like to be able to shoot it at the longer range targets (200,300yrds) but still be able to use it for home defense / short range stuff. I was thinking a 2MOA red dot along with a 3x flip up magnifier would do the trick - anything that I should be considering? Right now I'm leaning towards going with the Vortex SPARC AR2 and their micro 3X magnifier
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so, looking for some suggestion on optics for my AR. I'd like to be able to shoot it at the longer range targets (200,300yrds) but still be able to use it for home defense / short range stuff. I was thinking a 2MOA red dot along with a 3x flip up magnifier would do the trick - anything that I should be considering? Right now I'm leaning towards going with the Vortex SPARC AR2 and their micro 3X magnifier
How accurate do you want to be at 200-300 yards and what's your budget?
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Old 07-22-2020, 02:10 PM   #10821
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^That. Could recommend you a Schmidt Dual CC Shortdot or a Holosun, it depends...
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Old 07-22-2020, 02:52 PM   #10822
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^That. Could recommend you a Schmidt Dual CC Shortdot or a Holosun, it depends...
Right, I don't need to be that arena hah. I'm in the ~$600 range on this. I won't be doing competitions, so I don't need to be shooting gnats at 300 yards. Just something that doesn't suck so I can play around on the range and have some fun
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Old 07-22-2020, 06:24 PM   #10823
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Right, I don't need to be that arena hah. I'm in the ~$600 range on this. I won't be doing competitions, so I don't need to be shooting gnats at 300 yards. Just something that doesn't suck so I can play around on the range and have some fun
If you're wanting a "red dot" you will need a small m.o.a dot, if you wanna take it out to some distance. So like a 4 m.o.a. red dot basically covers 4" at 100 yards. So if you're shooting at 8" steel plate it will cover half of it. The further you go out the more the dot covers. If I was picking a "red dot" I would go with a prism instead. Vortex has a decent one, primary arms as well. There are others but I can't speak for those specific prisms.

As far as good glass (scope) for the money I recommend 1-4x or maybe 1-6x from atibal or vortex. I prefer atibal to be honest. I like atibal because they have, or can be had with a quick throw lever for the magnification. I have their striiker, xp6 mirage and xp8. Work great for the hogs out on my land. Good glass, good price and great warranty. I have their clip on thermal on the way too
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Man the current cost and availability on guns is stupid and parts for that matter. Was looking at getting a new 940 JM Pro and two weeks there were plenty available around $825. Went to buy one this week and canít find one for less than $1,100 now and there arenít many available.
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I mean what did you think when Maverick 88s were going for $300 a couple months ago?
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