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#1 OFFLINE   OilyPablo

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Posted Jan. 30 2016 - 08:34 AM

I'm one of the few who have built an RMW 10mm AR using adapted Grease Gun magazines. I say built because I bought a 10.5" with customized BCG and a bare custom lower. From there it's build and work out all the bugs. It has been one excellent  and sometimes a tad frustrating adventure. I will say this - almost anyone can get a typical overgassed AR to run. A 10mm DI AR is marginally gassed, at best, so I did learn how to make the smoothest, slickest AR out there. The guns runs pretty well now. I get the occasional hang on the chamber entrance with the case mouth. Chamber is tight, and I haven't touched that area.




#2 OFFLINE   sgmtino

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Posted Jun. 18 2016 - 07:34 AM

could you give me details on how you made it work I have been working on a glock mag rmw barreled ar and can function with approximately 4-5 rounds without hang ups




#3 OFFLINE   OilyPablo

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Posted Jun. 18 2016 - 07:43 AM

could you give me details on how you made it work I have been working on a glock mag rmw barreled ar and can function with approximately 4-5 rounds without hang ups

You'll need to read the whole thing: http://10mm-firearms...d-it-has-begun/







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