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  1. Looks like they're up to Rev M : http://www.m4carbine.net/showthread.php?t=26019
  2. Looks like someone saw a need and the market responded : http://www.taintpaint.com/main.htm
  3. http://www.dsca.mil/PressReleases/36-b/2009/09-10.pdf For a military used to AK-47's I wonder how well maintained these are going to be?
  4. When it comes to the standard GI 30-rounders, the Government will apparently only consider two sources - Brownell's and Okay Industries: https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&amp...re&_cview=0
  5. I have one of the Plain-Jane Bushy A2 HBAR target models (standard 20 inch barrel, 1/9 twist) that I've yet to take to the range and shoot. Bought it brand new. What kind of accuracy can be expected from this model? To tell you the truth, I'm a little apprehensive after reading all the tales of canted FSB's, overtorqed barrels, etc. Sights look they're aligned correctly, but who knows?
  6. Another polymer mag heads to the market. Anybody familiar?: http://www.commandarms.com/product.asp?pID=318&cID=18
  7. Nope, just curious since Bushmaster has this as standard on their Plain-Jane A2 target model. Seems this is geared toward long-range competition/target work.
  8. With regard to the standard 20 inch barrel AR's, at what range does the heavy profile barrel start to make a difference in accuracy versus the Government profile barrel?
  9. Didn't some other Govt. department buy Rock River guns in the past?: https://www.fbo.gov/index?s=opportunity&amp...re&_cview=0
  10. The following is extracted from the September issue of the Army's online PM site: The M16 rifle and the M4/M4A1 carbine can now use the same extractor spring assembly. That means in the near future the M16 and M4 will also use the same breech bolt assembly. The old extractor spring assembly, NSN 5360-01-424-5899, is still in stock and may be ordered for use on the M16. The old breech bolt assembly, NSN 1005-01-422-3770, is also still in stock and may be ordered only for the M16. Once stock of the two assemblies is exhausted, order only the new extractor spring assembly, NSN 5360-01-505-2886. It's gold colored - the old one is dark colored. Order the new breech bolt assembly with NSN 1005-01-505-1035. Are any commercial AR manufacturers using the gold-colored spring?
  11. https://aais.ria.army.mil/aais/award_web_08...0001/000000.pdf A new player in the M16 market? Never knew they supplied complete rifles to the DoD.
  12. I guess I'm used to seeing this issue on the Romanian WASR AK's. On several that I've examined you can clearly see the sight misalignment. Being that the AR-15 and AK-47 series have different gas tube arrangements I was curious how visible the defect would be on an AR.
  13. I've heard a few mentions of this issue although I don't know if it's a problem on current production guns or not. Evidently it's due to overtorqued barrels. Would this be immediately apparent when one looked through the sights or is it harder to spot?
  14. Bushmaster A2 (AKA Plain Jane). Note the useless but photogenic bayonet :bigsmile:
  15. Is Cyberdyne Systems already taken?
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