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Oh Happy Day!!!!

Discussion in 'NFA Firearms and Accessories' started by Mot45acp, May 27, 2012.

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  1. Mot45acp

    Mot45acp Member

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    After 6 months my form 4 finaly came back!

    Gemtech Halo.

    Spent the next hour swapping all my ARs back to their A2 flash hiders.

    Sorry was sick of he "When is my stamp coming in" threads and wanted to brag!
     

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    Let us know how it works out. I just ordered one yesterday after getting tired of buying all the $100 QD mounts for my HVT-QD.

    I was planing to also use the HVT on 5.56 but was disappointed that it seemed louder than when shooting .308 and generally too big and bulky for the smaller 5.56 rifles.

    I love the idea of quick mounting using the standard flash hider!

    I am very happy with my HVT-QD on .308 and 7.62x39, while it was painful to buy the six adapters, I spread the cost out while waiting for the stamp.
     
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    Sweet. Enjoy. :)
     
  4. Mot45acp

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    Its certainly not QD fast, but I takes a whole whopping 20 seconds to put on. I haven't had any issues of loosening. I put nickel never-seize on the threads outta habit, so no issue of it getting frozen.

    A huge plus for me is the 16" middy is a BCM lightweight, and I could tell the difference with just the YHM mount on it. Now with just an A2, it balances so much better.

    So far I have mounted it to BCM 11.5", BCM 16" lightweight, and YHM 20" diamond flued HBAR with no issues. Naturaly the 20" is the most pleasant to shoot. The 11.5" is no longer ear shattering loud.

    For the price I paid ($450ish iirc) I have no complaints.
     
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