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  1. I've been looking at Faxon for a 20" rifle build, their "gunner" profile looks interesting, but it's not as lightweight as the Delton pencil.
  2. What do you recommend for a light 16” barrel for a simple carbine build with reflex sight? My purpose is a rifle that is optimized for CQB but still good out to 100 yards. My default choice is the Delton chrome lined 16” pencil barrel, which is both light and cheap. But I’m willing to spend a little more for better barrel. (I don’t want to mess with AR pistols at this time. I know that barrels are out of stock at the moment, I will wait for the barrel I want to be back in stock.)
  3. I am leaning that way now. I may build an upper 20" Faxon Gunner first (to compare apples to apples) to see how different it shoots and weighs.
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  5. I am thinking about building a simple rifle for a youngling. It will be a 16" barrel with mid length gas port. I'm tring to decide between a Faxon Gunner profile and a Delton lightweight profile. The advantage of the Delton is mainly lower weight (though it is also cheaper). I own two ARs that have 20" Delton lightweight barrels. (I may eventually switch one of them to a Faxon Gunner profile.) I've found that the rifle groups about 2 MOA but the point of aim moves as much as 2 MOA as the barrel heats up. I wouldn't mind the former but the later is very annoying. While I would prefer to minimize weight given the goal of this rifle I don't want to create frustration at acheiving accuracy. If the Faxon Gunner profile is more stable and precise I would choose that. But if they are equivalent in accuracy then I would prefer the lighter Delton. What do you think? https://faxonfirearms.com/16-gunner-5-56-nato-mid-length-4150-qpq/ https://www.del-ton.com/DTI-Del-Ton-Inc-AR-15-16-Light-Weight-Pre-Ban-p/bl1051f-bo.htm
  6. Yeah, but if its a fixed rear sight then wouldn't you have to elevate the optic? Or can you use the optic when it is center cowitnessed?
  7. Interesting! I was assuming I wanted flip up but I like that. It does require lower 1/3 Co witness setup, though.
  8. The Troy sight looks a lot like the discontinued PSA sight I have. I prefer that A2-like style.
  9. I found this aluminum BUIS pair: Feyachi Flip Up Iron Sight Front Rear Sight Compatible for Picatinny Rail and Weaver Rail of Rifle, Foldable Sights https://www.amazon.com/Feyachi-Compatible-Picatinny-Weaver-Foldable/dp/B07NQ5VV7D
  10. Flattop. I don't care about how it flips up so long as it is sturdy when up. The one I have is very much like the A2 rear sight with the dual-apertures and windage but not elevation (which is done on the front sight).
  11. Unfortunately, DPMS is owned by Remington which is in the financial doghouse at the moment, not sure if they are still alive: https://www.remingtonoutdoorcompany.com/dpms-firearms
  12. I am looking for a metalic, probably aluminum, metallic rear BUIS for a rifle with an A2 front sight. Last time I got one from PSA but they discontinued that model replacing it with a polymer sight. What do you recommend?
  13. Trijicon makes a LPVO scope, the Accupoint series, that features a fiber optic illuminated reticle which ought to be bright in proportion to the daylight. I'm surprised nobody else is doing this. The problem, of course, is that this is a $1400 scope. Trijicon AccuPoint 1-6x24 Riflescope https://www.trijicon.com/products/details/tr25-c-200090
  14. https://cameralandny.com/shop/athlon-optics-argos-btr-1-4x24-ahsr14-ffp-ir-mil/2e5f24e0-9bca-0135-032e-00163ecd2826?variation=1618144&query=argos btr 1-4x24 It looks good but not clear it is "daylight bright".
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