'Tuner, M-16/AR-15


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Jammer Six
December 19, 2004, 06:21 PM
Extractor is too small...Spring too. Case is too straight. Rim is fragile. Chamber is too tight. Gas system fouls the carrier. Gas rings are fragile. Stock is fragile. Bolt release is fragile. (Good thing the bolt will release with a slap on the butt) Barrel flexes when ya use a tight sling and throws shots 6 inches to port. Cleanin' is a snap though. Take the top end off and wash out the lower with carb cleaner and drip dry. Scrape the carbon off the bolt with a knife. Drench it with oil and go. Replace the rings and gas tube every 12 months/12,000 rounds. Replace the carrier key on the first sign of short-cycle that's not ammo related. Good weapon for guard duty and long-range recon. Other than that? Well...Keepin' it on the high road.

'Tuner, do the AR-15s fire when you close the bolt, take the weapon off safe, and slap the butt on the ground?

I do not like the M-16,
I do not like green eggs and ham. :D

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1911Tuner
December 20, 2004, 05:38 AM
Jammer...Don't GIT me started! :scrutiny: They'll be comin' over here from
Rifle Country to light a fire... :p

Andrew Wyatt
December 20, 2004, 06:36 PM
It's okay tuner. I'll hold them off with my mini-14 and my garand.

1911Tuner
December 20, 2004, 06:46 PM
:cool:

I don' wan' no teenage queen! I jus' wan' mah ...EM FAWTEEN!

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