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There are many fish out there but the JP is still the one to beat IMHO

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There's a reason JP costs more. You get what you pay for. If your going to shoot a little, buy whatever and it will probably work. If your going to shoot a lot buy the JP and never worry about your carrier again. If your shooting a lot the $50 dollar price difference is just a drop in a bucket anyways.

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There's a reason JP costs more. You get what you pay for. If your going to shoot a little, buy whatever and it will probably work. If your going to shoot a lot buy the JP and never worry about your carrier again. If your shooting a lot the $50 dollar price difference is just a drop in a bucket anyways.

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There's a reason JP costs more. You get what you pay for. If your going to shoot a little, buy whatever and it will probably work. If your going to shoot a lot buy the JP and never worry about your carrier again. If your shooting a lot the $50 dollar price difference is just a drop in a bucket anyways.

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Ive been using a ap customs rhino low mass bcg, rifle shoots soft and flat (250 for complete with Ti firing pin??)

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I'm liking my Voodoo Inovations. Using with a Nordic 18" barrel & SLR Sentry 7 adjustable gas block opened half way with Wolf Gold at 3000 fps. I did have to get the lightened buffer spring from TTI & I removed all but one of the weights from the rifle buffer.

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I'm liking my Voodoo Inovations. Using with a Nordic 18" barrel & SLR Sentry 7 adjustable gas block opened half way with Wolf Gold at 3000 fps. I did have to get the lightened buffer spring from TTI & I removed all but one of the weights from the rifle buffer.

I'm using a Voodoo Innovations low mass bcg as well. I've got an 18" WOA rifle gas barrel, Seekins adjustable gas block, and JP Silent Captured Spring with the lightest spring installed. It shoots incredibly flat and so very smooth.

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JP is still the best.

Plus one, also so easy to clean with their coating.

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JP is still the best.

Yep!

Tried a Voodoo one just being on the cheap, didn't work very well (issue with gas flow already posted in another thread) even with new bolt and rings so sent it back to Brownells and swapped out for a JP LMOS...

Buy once, cry once.

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I am looking for one of these as well and am very torn between the JP and the AP Rhino.

XtReMe90- whats your thoughts on the AP? that is the one i am leaning towards

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JP's are the standard to meet for sure.

That said, I've been running two of the Young's super lights for a few years now and they have been great with all factory ammo and have had no trouble from the with my 2100fps 55gr handloads either

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Are you guys talking about the regular JP LMOS? Or the aluminum version that's even more expensive?

And may be a stupid question... but can you use any bolt just fine inside their low mass BCG? Or should you pair it with the JP Enhanced bolt?

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My guess is guys are talking about the standard JP low mass as being the best bang for the buck. The bolt carrier will accept any mil spec bolt but it is hard to beat the JP enhanced bolt. Buy both together and get a little price break.

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I have a Voodoo and a JP. JP is noticeably smoother racking it I like the impulse better and as Gerrit says above much easier to clean.

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I use the Super Light from Young's Manufacturing, mainly becuase when I was needing a new carrier last year I could never find the JP in stock. :ph34r:

I love it. It's hard-crhormed, so gunk just wipes rigfht off, and it's smoothed out the gun quite nicely. I just recently paired it with a Enidine/ITT hydraulic buffer... between the 16.5" rifle-length gas barrel, the JP recoil eliminator (open gun), and this BCG/buffer setup, it's the lightest recoiling 5.56 AR I've ever shot.

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