Looks good-thanks for the link and info.One question-if you are going to build one of these,will you have to change your 'screen name'?
No - 7.62x51mm is still my favorite
but this is a really neat rifle.
We built serial 00001 earlier this week and we've run around 500 rounds thru it with no fail to fires or any other problems.
One of Rapid Fire's employees is going to take it over the weekend and run another 500 or so rounds thru it.
The receiver is 4140 and it's heat treated after machining.
The gun is really simple to build, only 2 rivets to mess with, and we built mine this evening (serial 00002) in about an hour.
It would have only taken around a 1/2 hour but I was taking photos for the builders manual which added to the time.
I took serial 00001 to the range yesterday and was really suprised at how little recoil the gun has.
Very smooth operating and a real joy to shoot. I wasn't trying for accuracy but I walked an old plastic barrel across the range from 100 yards with no problem.
With kits going for $70 (Centerfire systems) you can build one for around $435 plus whatever you have to pay for shipping.
The compliance kit has everything that you'll need to build one - nothing else to buy.
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