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  1. I have used nothing but small rifle primers in pcc’s. Don’t remember ever having a light strike. JP trigger with light springs And CCI srp.
  2. Not necessary. Under the factory thumbhole stock is a multi position tube, which the magpul stock will fit on. the gun seems to handle better with the stock slid in 1 or 2 positions. For me at least.
  3. Cannot speak for the OP, however I’m also running the ELF trigger. Have not had any light strikes.
  4. That’s how I do it. Magazine seats just fine.
  5. Preordered one this morning. Release date is 15 January. I’ll update as soon I receive it. It has to be better than the factory trigger.
  6. Probably both. the sight can be drifted to correct for windage. As for elevation you will either need a taller front sight, or A lower rear. I had the same problem even with the shortest rear sight. Someone (Patrick Kelley, I believe) posted about filing the V notch deeper with a rat tail file. So that’s what I did. Had to file it down flush with the rib.
  7. I use a holosun 510c on my VR80. It has a circle dot reticle. Actually you can switch it between circle dot, dot only, or circle only. It’s solar powered, and or battery. Auto off / shake awake is also nice. Battery life is something crazy, like 50,000 hours. I had a spitfire....... didn’t care for it. It always looked like more than 1x. Holosun is a far better optic, in my opinion.
  8. I believe so. I contacted him in July. Message him on Facebook/instagram.
  9. how did you remove the vr80 bolt hold open lever?  Looks like a tab/plastic pin needs cut out and then it pulls out through the front hole?

    Or am I missing something?

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    2. pskys2


      The mag lever was what I was asking about.  On the RIA 5 rd mags that came with my VR80 I see a plastic protrusion of that wedge piece, it is what seems to be holding it in. 


    3. pskys2


      Finally figured it out.  There is a plastic tit that holds it in and it's on a plastic arm.

      When it is pushed down hard enough the actuating lever pushes out.

      Pretty simple, just took the old eyes getting some light to see it.

    4. busdriver


      Cool,  glad you got it.  Let me know if I can help with anything else.


  10. I did. Also rounded the back of the 2 tabs that fit into the upper. Before I did this it would occasionally stub a shell into one of the tabs. Which deformed the end of the shell and caused FTF. So far no more FTF. This mod also makes disassembly easier. The rounded tabs allow the upper to pivot on the front pin, like a standard ar15.
  11. The VR-80 buffer tube is commercial, you will have to replace it with a mil spec tube.
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