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    Postak m4 type upper complete $375?

    Custom 16 Inch 1x9 Chrome Moly M4 Flat Top Upper 4 Rail FF Handguard - Special!

    now be aware that this is sort of an oddball deal as the gas port is 3/8ths inch to far out. but for the $$ this ain't a bad deal if your in the market for a complete upper with charging handle and bolt carrier group.

    it has some UTG railed hanguards if your into that stuff. this set up has to use a float tube or rails due to the odd gas port location.

    i would pick up one of these myself but i'm low on cash$$$ like everybody else.

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    Thanks for the link. I might pick one up(Just gotta sell my Bushy 20" upper) Well, ended up buying one. Thanks j427x, now I'm poor again!
    Last edited by logan09; 08-20-2009 at 07:15 PM. Reason: Bought one.

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    That is a fantastic deal!

    Mark

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    as the gas port is 3/8ths inch to far out.
    What does that mean?
    It was drilled 3/8" to far front?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coils View Post
    What does that mean?
    It was drilled 3/8" to far front?
    I think so... it's centered, that's not the problem... it's just that a standard handguard won't fit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coils View Post
    What does that mean?
    It was drilled 3/8" to far front?
    That's what it looks like in the picture. The sure took a lot off the price for such a small defect.

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    i bit too couldnt resist, plus the ol lady told me too

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    If I understand this correctly, the whole gas system (gas port, gas block, and gas tube) are 3/8" forward of where they should be. I wonder if there's going to be reliability issues since 3/8" less of the gas tube is inside the gas key?

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    Quote Originally Posted by moleman View Post
    If I understand this correctly, the whole gas system (gas port, gas block, and gas tube) are 3/8" forward of where they should be. I wonder if there's going to be reliability issues since 3/8" less of the gas tube is inside the gas key?
    They said they assured these are reliable firing. So, I am not too worried about it, if there is a problem I am sure I can fix it... the gas tube seems like something that could be fabricated from a stainless brake line...

    We'll find out soon enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moleman View Post
    If I understand this correctly, the whole gas system (gas port, gas block, and gas tube) are 3/8" forward of where they should be. I wonder if there's going to be reliability issues since 3/8" less of the gas tube is inside the gas key?
    I thought about the same thing. But, I would think there would still be more than enough pressure. Maybe it will be like shooting a mid-length?

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