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DRD Tactical CDR15 Part Dimensions

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Does anyone own either one of these rifles: CDR15 , M762, APTUS, Paratus, or Kivaari?

 

If so:

1. Can you measure the exact dimensions on the barrel nut (I specifaclly want tge 5.56/.300 BLK version but the 762 version would be nice) (And if possible, send annoted pictures as well)

 

2. Take up close (High Quality) pictures of the hanguard breakdown mechanism (The Adjustable CAM lever/Skewer system, Takedown Pin, front, back, top, bottom, left, right pictures of the hanguard)

 

3. If you have the APTUS or Paratus, take detailed HQ pictures of the lower & upper receiver (External & internal) plus the bolt carrier assembly. (Pus, measurements/dimensions of the APTUS/Paratus receivers would be appreciated

 

4. A step further (probably won't happen but) If you can get a 3D CAD scan of the upper & lower receiver (disassembled w/ the other parts scanned seperate) of the APTUS or Paratus

 

I have a DIY project of creating my own breakdown rifle

 

Thanks

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That's a pretty tall order for a first post. Welcome to the board. I've never heard of anyone here with one of those.

 

Greg 

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Welcome to the Armory. :tiphat:

 

Sorry I can't be of any help.

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Contact Info may be of help.

For the CDR15 , M762,  APTUS, Paratus & Kavari

678-398-9059 drd@drdtactical.com

http://drdtactical.com

 

 

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Pepper, Pepper, Pepper? :segrin:

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:popcorn:

 

Greg

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1 hour ago, Joel74 said:

Welcome to the Armory. :tiphat:

 

Sorry I can't be of any help.

Thanks for the welcome. It's ok. Just trying to do a little reverse engineering.

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Can't be of any help with this, but I do hope you stick around.

You have stumbled across the best gun board on the interweb, IMHO. 

 

Welcome !

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2 hours ago, Joel74 said:

Contact Info may be of help.

For the CDR15 , M762,  APTUS, Paratus & Kavari

678-398-9059 drd@drdtactical.com

http://drdtactical.com

 

 

 

Sweet !

How did you manage that ? 

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2 hours ago, bamashooter said:

Pepper, Pepper, Pepper? :segrin:

You're right. Where are my manners?

 

 

Welcome Trajectory! We're always happy to hear of someone trying new things with our favorite platform. Got any pics of your current stuff? That's always a great ice breaker!

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25 minutes ago, Pepper said:

You're right. Where are my manners?

 

 

Welcome Trajectory! We're always happy to hear of someone trying new things with our favorite platform. Got any pics of your current stuff? That's always a great ice breaker!

Crap. I guess so. Damn. It's Friday and we need some action jackson. :laugh:

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If someone has the 3D Cad drawing maybe Fleshwould could print a 3D upper and lower. I'm probably just dreaming. But, it never hurts to dream.

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Welcome..

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3 hours ago, Joel74 said:

If someone has the 3D Cad drawing maybe Fleshwould could print a 3D upper and lower. I'm probably just dreaming. But, it never hurts to dream.

 

I have the CAD files for MILSPEC lowers and uppers. Actually I have CAD files for every part on an M4....

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Welcome to the Forum!

 

I'm another member that had to look up what you were talking about.

Interesting design. More like the FN Scar with a twist.

 

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And here's the twist...

 

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Takes down to...

 

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Fit in a small case.

 

That's some endeavor your planning.

Going to keep an eye out for this one.

 

Thanks,

Glenn

 

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