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Suppressed 9mm AR pistol

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by dubs chops, Nov 18, 2009.

  1. RustyZX9

    RustyZX9 Sharpshooter

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    ^^^this....

    I tried the direction that you're now considering but ended up here...
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  2. 338Shooter

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    High speed, low drag, tactical bands you've got there Rusty.
     
  3. gillman7

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    I hate you, I hate you, I hate you.........:grumble:

    I dropped off my lower for engraving, am ordering parts for the upper, and as soon as Martin gets in some YHM Cobras in, I get to send off for tax stamps.....So at least another 6 months.....:cry3:
     
  4. Josh-L

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    9mm ARs recoil just as much if not a little more then a 556 AR. Get a stock. The extra time you have to wait and save for that extra $200 is well worth it.
     
  5. CAR-AR-M16

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    +1 I got to shoot another member's full-auto 9mm AR last week and I was surprised at how it had more recoil than my 5.56mm M-16.
     
  6. dubs chops

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    Okay i'll build it and shoot it like this, then when money allows get a stamp and SBR it.
     
  7. Shoot Summ

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    I've got a 9mm SBR/suppressed, would be glad to let you take it for a spin sometime.

    I've had an AR pistol in the past and truthfully it was no fun at all, I shot it once and sold it.
     
  8. Glocktogo

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    I don't think you'll regret getting it SBR'd, at all.
     
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    Plus one on a stock!! I shoot a AR pistol one time and its not that easy to hold where you want it. I have a SBR AR- 5.56 and its just so much nicer to shoot them that pistol was. Now if you got a place to shoot at, I will let you try my SBR Colt out.
     
  10. RustyZX9

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    Hellz yeah!!! they work and since I haven't come up with a better solution they will have to do. It's ok Dustin, you still have the second best looking 9mm SBR around... lol...

    I know Gillman, I'm here to help! lol...
     

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