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Colt Full Auto- Rate of fire---

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by ColtDogg, May 5, 2010.

  1. CAR-AR-M16

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    I found a diagram over at AR15.com that shows what Glocktogo is talking about.

    ai212.photobucket.com_albums_cc145_dieselpowrguy85_AR_15_ARejectionpattern.jpg
     
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    I Love that 6:00-12:00 comment.

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    Does the ejection angle hold true for all calibers?
     
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    Oops! I misremembered what the chart said was optimal. I have that chart saved somewhere on the mess that is my hard drive. :)
     
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    I've got an AAC piston buffer that drops my rate down to 550rpm and I run an 11.5" POF upper on it. Definitely helps me save on ammo.
     
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    what is a ballpark price for an M16
     
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    That is a wide open queston.

    Depends on alot of factors. Maker, Model, scarcity, transfer status.

    Assuming you want a civilian transferable, I'd say between 9.5 and 16K

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    Wow, looks like the AR15 RR is right at 11.5K right now.

    Right before I went to look at the one I am getting, I found one on Gunbroker for 10.9K. and on some other page I found a (I think) E.A. Lower only for $9500.00

    Then Ruben Mendiola out of Miami, FL has a Colt SP1 with a RDIA that can ONLY be used with that one gun for $9,495.00

    Just got to keep your eyes open and you will for one for the money!!
     
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    Well Today I took payment down for the Full Auto I bought, and the guy I am getting it from let me shoot it again. I put the first mag in the gun, shot the first 5 rds in simi and then put it into AUTO. Again, it seem to run a bit slow. I got about done with that mag and stopped. Then started again. about 4 shots went of and it felt like someone hit the on switch. Seem like it went 2 times as fast. I put the 2nd mag in the gun and just let it all rip. The 3rd mag as well and I got to say I am very happy with the rate of fire now. It was made full auto in 1984 and has not ever been run tell I got my hands on it. Just seems like it needed to be broke in. I just can not wait to get my stamp back on it...
     

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