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AR disconnector?

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by ndh87, Oct 4, 2007.

  1. ndh87

    ndh87 Member

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    I just assembled my first AR lower and as i was looking at how everything works, and i started to wonder...

    what happens if you remove the disconnecter and then shoot the rifle?
     
  2. Hoppy590

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  3. MrPeter

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    Better not to press this one any further. Refer to the post linked by Hoppy590 and leave it alone.
     
  4. ndh87

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    Well, that answers my question pretty well, I didnt think it would cause it to become full auto.

    Right now i still dont have a stock or an upper, but im already thinking about building another, there are just too many options, gotta have em all:D

    And just to be clear, i had no interest in attempting to illegally modifying my rifle. It was just one of those questions I had to ask because i kept wondering.
     
  5. Hoppy590

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    its ok we all wonder some times. and even then theres nothing wrong with seeking knowldge in any form. its just you dont want to give any one a reason to give you a hard time. all it takes is an out tailight for a cop to stop ya kind of thing
     
  6. SDC

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    It becomes a one-shot jamo-matic, the way the semi versions are designed to be; as the bolt carrier tries to return to battery, the nose of the hammer will catch on the lip on the underside of the bolt carrier, leaving you with a round partially chambered and no way to do anything with the rifle until you drop the mag, work the action, re-insert the mag, work the action again, and then you'll be ready to do exactly the same thing over again.
     

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