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latenightlegend

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    Alvin Lin

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  1. latenightlegend

    Blitkrieg buffer failure

    Always use a either a 308 Carbine/Rifle spring on blowback AR9s. These blowbacks rely on a strong spring to keep the bolt in battery. If the bolt "unlocks" too early, it'll cause a number of issues. You want the bolt the stay forward for as long as possible to keep the gasses moving forward behind the bullet. The longer the bolt is able to stay in the "closed" position, the less dot movement you will see. Also, the violent cycling of AR9s reek havoc on trigger pins. Slower, the better. A lot top GM shooters that run AR9s tend to run heavy bolts as well. Some even use a steel weight plug between the buffer and bolt in the buffer tube, as to slow down the cyclic rate. I noticed around .02-.03 slower splits with a weight. However, it's totally worth the trade off when the dot hardly moves. Hope this helps ya'll
  2. latenightlegend

    Blitkrieg buffer failure

    Buhahah, whoops It's not on the website just yet, but email Brian at info@nokick.com and ask for the 5015 HD by name. He'll sell you one!
  3. latenightlegend

    Blitkrieg buffer failure

    Yah, it's a thing. I've been through 3 of them already. The new 5015 HD version they have out is much much better than the 5007. Stiffer spring and better/more resistant hydraulics
  4. @Maxamundo What Buffer tube are you using with the H11 wave springs?
  5. latenightlegend

    What BCG are you using on your AR9?

    Get the JP. 5K rounds with zero issues.
  6. latenightlegend

    pcc options

    JP GMR's, Palmetto state are some common ones.
  7. latenightlegend

    PCC AR 9mm barrel makers?

    I wonder where he holds the rifle with all that gas blowing to the sides and top.
  8. latenightlegend

    Let's see some pcc's

    Who makes that grip? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  9. latenightlegend

    Who has tuned their JP buffer

    How does running lighter steel weights affect the recoil or dot movement? Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  10. latenightlegend

    PCC options

    Would you want a heavier spring to reduce felt recoil? Definitely keep us posted about tuning the SCS. I have the same issues and ordered everyone of the JP springs. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. latenightlegend

    JP GMR-13 mags setup.

    31 round OEM mag with Taylor freelance +10 extension. 41 round mag easily gets you through any stage. You can run a 17 round for reloads if you really fudge up. For a cheaper route, 31 round mag with a 17 rounder with 1 reload on the stage isn't awful either. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. latenightlegend

    Let's see some pcc's

    Whoa...that is cool! Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  13. latenightlegend

    Glock MOS

    Get the Dawson sights MOS sights. Im currently running a burris FF3 with a set of the lower 1/3 MOS sights. I had tried the co-witness but it was a no go for me. Found myself using the front sight when I should have been watching the dot! The 1/3 co-witness is the best of both worlds. They will be there if dot ever fails or need help tracking/picking up the dot when shooting SHO or WHO. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. latenightlegend

    Tanfoglio Porn

    You're name is Alvin too?? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. latenightlegend

    Competition P320

    Just to note, the rep did say this was pretty much the final product as you see in the pics. The rear sight is adjustable and has NO dovetail if for shooters wanting to change sights. Factory sights according to the rep, are .90 front, .120 rears Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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