Monthly Archives: January 2012

Buffers

The contents of various buffer weights.

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Carbine vs. Mid-Length Gas System on a 16″ Barrel

Often times I receive emails and private messages asking why I prefer a mid-length gas system over a carbine gas system on a 16″ barrel or asked which carbine I prefer and why. What is written below is a response … Continue reading

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The Big M4 Myth: “Fouling caused by the direct impingement gas system makes the M4/M4A1 Carbine unreliable.”

By Mike Pannone March 19, 2010 Here’s my question for those that subscribe to the direct impingement fouling concept: I fired 2400 rounds of M193 through a 14.5” M4-type upper receiver from Bravo Company Manufacturing (BCM) with no lubrication, and … Continue reading

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Specs on the MK18

One of two proposed special mission receivers that were planned for inclusion into the SOPMOD Block II kit, the CQBR has taken off on its own. Like the proposed Special Purpose Receiver, the Close Quarters Battle Receiver has been more … Continue reading

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I started this blog as a place to store and share information that I come across about Eugene Stoner and Gaston Glock type firearms. Links to the pages will be posted at the bottom of the posting. Thanks for reading.

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