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The 5.56×45mm NATO (official NATO nomenclature 5.56 NATO) is a rimless bottlenecked intermediate cartridge family developed in Belgium by FN Herstal. It consists of the SS109, SS110, and SS111 cartridges. Under STANAG 4172, it is a standard cartridge for NATO forces as well as many non-NATO countries. It is derived from, but is not identical to, the .223 Remington cartridge.
I have three AR 15 uppers for sale.
1. The first upper is a BCM 16 inch mid length upper with MI two piece hand guard. Around 600 rounds have been fired through the gun. The upper was built by BCM.
The Trijicon MRO and Iron sight are NOT included. There is no BCG or Charging handle.
So, this idea of a shorty, bolt-gun, with a can keeps coming back up. Original plan was to invest in a CZ, filing the paper work, cutting and adapting said to the silencer. With all this talk of estúpido laws concerning threading, I'm thinking of cutting to the chase with an integral. (At...
So, we did a bunch of shooting yesterday. The suppressor cover we had on a 5.56㎜ can, well, caught on fire. And I mean that literally. Anyway, I need to replace the burnt toast one with one or more covers.
Out of curiosity, what covers/wraps are you running on your rifle silencers? Thanks.
So, here's hoping my work and family life settles down to the point that I can get back into varmint hunting relatively soon. On that score, I have been working on a semi-auto, .223 / 5.56㎜ project rifle for some time now. Pics shall be posted soon. It is, essentially, done except for the...