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Been shopping.
Changed up my 9mm QC10 8.5" SBR.

Brigand Arms 15" Edge carbon fiber handguard over my Rugged Obsidian suppressor.
I like it so far, still waiting on the short rail adapter so I can put on the front BUIS.
Also going to use an extra RMR I have instead of the cheap red dot that is there now.

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. . . and the more I lubed it, the better it did.


Thread all the things and suppress all the threaded things.

Jay
I'm not interested in how or where a weapon is made, as long as it does the job it needs to do and I know how to use it.
As long as it fires ammunition and you've got lots of it, that's all you should be concerned about.
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Sat Feb 09, 2019 2:08 pm
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Looks good. Did it lighten it up much?


Sat Feb 09, 2019 2:35 pm
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I had a V Seven 7" Enlightened handguard on there previously. 6.4 oz. total weight.
The Brigand Arms 15" weighs 5.2 oz. total.
So only 1.2 oz. difference.

Biggest thing is being able to put my hand further forward without worrying about heat from touching the suppressor.

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MadPick wrote:
. . . and the more I lubed it, the better it did.


Thread all the things and suppress all the threaded things.

Jay
I'm not interested in how or where a weapon is made, as long as it does the job it needs to do and I know how to use it.
As long as it fires ammunition and you've got lots of it, that's all you should be concerned about.
Andy McNab, SAS


Sat Feb 09, 2019 2:43 pm
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