CMMG Dissent

Discussion in 'Handguns: Autoloaders' started by needmorecowbell, Jun 14, 2022.

  1. needmorecowbell

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    Seems like a good development in an otherwise moribund design. Interesting that there may be gas operated and delayed blowback flavors.
     
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    I’m trying to envision the potential opportunities as a rifle. Folding stock comes to mind and maybe some more stock options.
     
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    Everyone always goes back to the AR-18 :-D
    Even without using bent sheet metal or the like.
     
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    Interesting that they are doing this with the proposed rule change going into effect in a few months, IIRC. Looks interesting indeed.
     
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    Bolt, carrier, and recoil spring/guide rod assemblies look a lot like a Sig MPX. Will be nice to have some more gas-operated PDW-size guns, although man, I wish there was an inexpensive caliber optimized for those barrel lengths.
     
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    Very cool
     
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    If you don't make a provision for a stock at all, then the brace/stock antics have no effect.
     
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    Demi-human maybe likes firearms a little bit…

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    Dude, they will totally take your money, now!
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    The price is pretty steep.

    I’ll take two. One green, the other grey.
    They grey one in 300.
    :)
     
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    Have they actually done anything since comments ended? I certainly have not seen any answers so far.
    why are you assuming anything will change???
     
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    That's a rather old idea, Daewoo did it long time ago, and I've wondered why more mfg haven't done it since.

    I once had a K1A1 Daewoo, collapsible stock, side charger, gas operated .223 carbine. It used a piston to operate the bolt, with two recoil springs side-by-side above the BCG. Super nice rifle, I wish I still had it. This isn't mine, but mine was identical to it: It used AR magazines and fire control group.
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    Well, the description of the thing says it has a Picatinny rail on the back for brace attachment, which I read before I posted that. Perhaps the day the Rule comes out they will switch to offering it with a sold rear with only an attachment for a single point sling. I actually used my Scorpion with a single point sling for a short time, wasn't TOO inaccurate, certainly wasn't great.
     
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    Sounds interesting in 5.7. A bit too short for 5.56.

    As for the price, have you fueled your car recently, or shopped for food? Get real, $2k today is $1k in 2019.
     
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    I clean missed that, thanks for the clarification.
     
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    To my knowledge, there has been no update from ATF since the comment period ended. Did we miss something?
     
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