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  1. Got it from a pretty good source that there will not be a match this year. Looks good for 2020 so far but things may change.
  2. Foxtrot Mike (FM Products) are machining their own barrels for their uppers. They may sell them through Brownells and Primary Arms.
  3. Hands down the Foxtrot Mike lower or rifle. I have the billet upper and lower set up and it runs flawlessly.
  4. I do not have a lower with a mag block to compare on a chronograph. I just know that guys at my local club with mag blocks in their regular AR's have issues with feeding and reliability.
  5. As a fellow lefty I can talk about both the Colt pattern and Glock pattern rifles as I have one of each. I have my Colt pattern rifle with is a DDLES lower now QC10 and its set up just like my other AR's with ambi charging handle, BAD lever and ambi safety control. I also have a Foxtrot Mike rifle that is Glock mag pattern lower and it has a side charging handle that is forward on the handguard. I prefer the ease of the Foxtrot Mike side charger as a left handed shooter. My FTM rifle also has an ambi safety selector, the benefit is the side charging upper is ambi as well. The initial design was a folder paratrooper style charging handle, it has been redesigned and comes with three options, a thin single finger charger, an thicker single finger charger and an ambi single finger charger that is thinner material (sticks through the top part of the rail on both sides). The quality of the Foxtrot Mike rifle is awesome, watched it eat over 8K rounds of non brass ammo at a demo bay for 3 Gun Nation Nationals without a single malfunction. The customer service is also top notch as I always have a reply to any question usually same day (hour or less) or no later than the next day. A new three lug adapter just came out for cans. I may be wrong but I think it is for PCC rifles as well as AR15 rifles.
  6. I have two dedicated 9mm platform rifles and have not had issues. Guys at my local club with the early version mag blocks had a lot of issues with reliability.
  7. Wonder if they cover purchases made through Brownells? I have the .308 flat coil spring with my buffer so hopefully I do not have issues.
  8. You would be correct sir there is a pencil thin barrel from Foxtrot Mike. I have one and haven't had the chance to install it yet but I plan on getting it in my upper. I agree with greatlakes08, you can't go wrong with the Foxtrot Mike uppers or their lowers. Paul over at FTM had two different style lowers. I currently have the billet lower on my rife and love. NOT ONE ISSUE! Memphis Mechanic I'm a lefty also. The charging handle is ambidextrous. You will need a 9" or longer 3/16 allen wrench (think that was the size) to loosen a set screw on it then just flip it over. Paul designed a new smaller charging handle for the uppers as well. Think he is offering them for free you just cover the S&H which is $10 but I may be wrong. You get three different charging handles to choose from and one is two sided and can be used by both left handed and wrong handed shooters.
  9. That's awesome! I have no complaints with mine and have never had a failure to feed or failure to eject with my rifle. The only issue I ever had was due to a new mag extension I was trying out. I run 124 gr. reloads in mine along with factory 115 and 147 ammo. My reloads are the same that I use in my STI and are really soft.
  10. If cost is a factor you can't go wrong with the Foxtrot Mike complete rifles or Uppers and Lowers. They are cost friendly and flat out run! Brownells, Primary Arms, DTF Industries and the Glock Store carry them. Check out the pricing as I know Brownells, Primary Arms and DTF had sales this weekend.
  11. Giving my experience based on the use of 4 different red dots. I really like the Vortex Venom and here is why. Small (which I wasn't crazy about at first) with a generous field of view and fast target acquisition with both eyes open. 3 MOA dot and 6 MOA dot if I remember correctly, I use the 3 MOA dot. Seams very durable, used it for this season and never had and issue plus it has a lifetime warranty. The dot is easily acquired through the sight, I've had trouble with other brands locating the dots.
  12. Not sure if it has been mention or not but the Foxtrot Mike PCC rifles are reliable and on sale right now at Primary Arms and Brownells. I run one and have zero issues. The y have great customer service and are very quick at answering questions. Check them out.
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