colt 6940 with a ta 31f .
LOL...sudden'y I feel so inadequate.Best quality components always produce best quality results. These are all best quality parts: Battle Arms Development (aka "BAD") 556-LW billet receiver set combined with BAD-CSS-P VERT Pistol Brace System complete with Gear Head Works Tailhook Mod 1.... no finer pistol brace in the world! Criterion Core 10.5" chrome lined barrel with Wylde chamber and SLR adjustable gas block. Feed ramps contoured and polished. Headspace checked with PTG gauges. BAD 9.5" RigidRail forend. Surefire 5.56 WarComp. Geissele Airborne Super Charging Handle. MSTN DLC coated bolt carrier group with Young Mfg. bolt carrier and JP enhanced bolt. TriggerTech 3.5 LB competitive trigger on V Seven titanium fire control pins. BAD EBC Enhanced Bolt Catch. BAD mag release with BAD extended magazine button. DHD DLC coated SS push pins and short throw safety. Magpul MOE K2 pistol grip and .300 Blackout 30-RD magazine. Weight 5 LB 9 OZ
Thanks man! Yes, I feel it’s a good balance. The ATACR 4-16 is overkill, but I wasn’t comfortable with the NXS 2.5-10. The 4-16 has the Mil-C that matches the 5-25 on my AI...OCD is satisfied. Below is a 5 shot group with factory Hornady match the first trip out. Shot 4 wasn’t included in that measurement. I always manage to throw shot 4." I essentially wanted a shorter SPR style rifle. "
Do you think you got it?
Beautiful rig, I must say!
Seekins SP223 billet lower
Not the guy who posted it, but, I can see that being an issue during weapon manipulations when going from safe to fire to safe doing target transitions/moving and stuff like that. Getting it off safe seems fine, getting it back on seems like an ergonomic nightmare.But for my learning pleasure, explain to me “why not”.
So original context for use is not being taken into consideration here. This gun sits on a bipod and bags and gets shot off a bench. It has a 3.5-21 power scope so “transitional” shooting is not what it’s designed for. I have done my fair share of CQB style shooting and honestly don’t think this would have any real negative impact compared to a traditional safety selector. Small handed fellas have always had to come off the grip some to manipulate those setups as well.Not the guy who posted it, but, I can see that being an issue during weapon manipulations when going from safe to fire to safe doing target transitions/moving and stuff like that. Getting it off safe seems fine, getting it back on seems like an ergonomic nightmare.
If it works for you, right on.