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    Default Integ. Suppressed 9mm AR

    Using a complete Rock River 9mm as the base , this will be our new standard integ 9mm carbine . You'll notice the full length Quad rail for a maximum sighting plane with your BUIS [and just plain looks cool ] . With this new version we are using a mono-core design with a stainless steel blast chamber . I went this route to make it easier to take down for cleaning as the can is permanently attached to the upper rec. to give it 16 inch overall barrel length . This way there's just the single transfer and the upper [if purchased separately ] can go onto any lower . We also got away from the ported barrel mode [ always a hassle for cleaning and can cause problems when using subsonics] on this new version and are using a 5.5 in barrel . This is to let factory subsonics stay subsonic . It also gives us a huge internal volume for suppression . There is NOTHING quieter . Shooting on a full auto lower , you will never over-load this upper , get your Beta mag's ready
    Price for complete rifle is $1875.00 [includes magwell block]
    Price for Upper Only is $1289.00
    Also available: Olympic Arms models $1675.00 for the complete rifle . $1089.00 for the suppressed upper
    Will Hayden, RedJacket Firearms
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    Will feel free to send one of those my way for some "testing". Nice weapon! Good job.
    "Courage is being scared to death - and saddling up anyway." - The Duke

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunco View Post
    Will feel free to send one of those my way for some "testing". Nice weapon! Good job.
    Thanks man , I think that full length forearm really does somthing for it
    Will Hayden, RedJacket Firearms
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