GUN Stupid AR question

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  1. mattsb2000

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    What is that in the red boxes?

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    mainly made for FAs
    i have a set of Gen 1s on my m4gery.only because they look kool:mamoru:
     
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    lol

    tacticool lol
     
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    i was wondering the same thing, glad u made the thread
     
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    for the most part,yes.
    but for the timney drop in SA trigger,it`s a good idea to have a set of these pins.but thats about it for semi
     
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    It sort of looks like a nice guide for your finger to the mag release too.
     
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    its for people who are scared their pins will walk out.
     
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    Or egging out, which does happen. It's just cheap insurance so you wont have to replace your lower receiver.

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    It's only effective insurance on full-auto lowers, which you can't replace. Ovulation takes tens of thousands of rounds. The average shooter doesn't put that round count through a MULTIPLE rifles, much less a single lower. For heavy duty shooters, shooters in ban states, and owners of registered lowers, this makes plenty of sense. They're 1/3 the cost of a new lower for everyone else, and it's unlikely that you'll ever need them, especially with current ammo prices.
     
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    I wish this was true with my girlfriend....condoms FTL. :)
     
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    quoted for my thoughts on them too :big grin:
     

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