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CalTeacher

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  1. CalTeacher

    MBX PCC

    Well, after seeing test results and data from the manufacturer that completely contradicted my results...data that showed testing methods, ammo selections, etc., I’d probably stop airing out my grievances about it on Enos.
  2. CalTeacher

    MBX PCC

    It wasn't ammo sensitive when they tested it.
  3. Strike Industries featureless AR grip Magpul Fixed Carbine Stock Comp of your choice The grip fin doesn't slow me down in the slightest.
  4. CalTeacher

    Mbx lightweight barrel

    It was me. I asked you guys if that’s what you thought was going on. Why did I ask? Because everyone was so insistent that the barrel was the only explanation for poor accuracy...even in the face of accuracy testing done with a variety of loads by the guys at MBX. I seriously doubt they found a burr in the barrel, lapped or reamed it out, then conducted the accuracy testing in order to win this possible contest. I’ve known David and Adrian for a long time and I would never accuse them of being dishonest and risk the reputation of the company to prove three random dudes on Enos incorrect. I do think it would be interesting to see the three guns in question subject to the same testing procedures that were done at MBX. That way the assumptions and accusations would stop and we’d actually see some objective results and data that both sides would accept.
  5. CalTeacher

    Mbx lightweight barrel

    Something else to consider is whether taking that much material off the barrel makes it so much less rigid that the barrel can actually vibrate so much to affect accuracy. it would be an interesting test to start with the same barrel blank and accuracy test it in its original, heavy state. Then, begin turning it on a lathe and reducing weight in increments, testing for accuracy along the way to see if any thing changes, and at what point the changes occur.
  6. CalTeacher

    Mbx lightweight barrel

    Well then maybe it’s voodoo. I can’t say what caused this, but why isn’t it happening with the testing done by MBX? Do you think MBX could have fudged the results of their test?
  7. CalTeacher

    Mbx lightweight barrel

    Then maybe that load sucks through the MBX.
  8. CalTeacher

    Mbx lightweight barrel

    The barrel didn’t experience the same issue when tested at MBX.
  9. CalTeacher

    Mbx lightweight barrel

    I’ve shot 2” groups with 124gr jhp from my 14.5” barrel and holosun 510c at 70yds. It doesn’t take bullets with a long bearing surface to shoot good groups from these guns. Jacketed round nose bullets don’t shoot as well as jhp because of the base, but they should still group within an inch at 25yds. The barrel here isn’t the problem. It’s either the load, shooter, or optic.
  10. Blitzkrieg hydraulic buffer, 308 rifle spring, with a Delrin spacer in the bottom of the buffer tube. It’s short stroked and it shoots very flat. For my trigger I’m running the hiperfire 24c
  11. CalTeacher

    TTI VS. TF 10 round extensions

    The basepads are made for Glock magazines, so the basepads don’t work perfectly out of the box. Basically, the internal dimensions of the pad are smaller than that of the ETS mag. The follower won’t go down into the basepad in stock condition. 10 minutes with a Dremel to open up the inside of the basepad solves this.
  12. CalTeacher

    TTI VS. TF 10 round extensions

    I have the TF pads on some ETS mags. After a little Dremel work they run 100%.
  13. I have a QC10 lower, and have never used any other brand. The lowers are top notch and so is their service. I run their upper and bolt too and the system runs 100%.
  14. CalTeacher

    Blitkrieg buffer failure

    A Delrin spacer.
  15. CalTeacher

    Blitkrieg buffer failure

    Because it shoots considerably flatter than other buffers. I keep a back up blitzkrieg so if one breaks I have another to use while my replacement is on the way.
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