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Old 06-03-2010, 11:29 AM
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Some videos of me wasting ammo and making noise.




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Old 06-03-2010, 11:46 AM
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very cool
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that looks like fun
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hell yeah man, that's nice! Full Auto SBR huh? Pretty sweet... what barrel do you have? I'm assuming you have a gas piston setup as well. Very nice!
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Old 08-08-2010, 08:54 AM
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MUST BE FUN !!!!
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Old 08-10-2010, 06:35 PM
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hell yeah man, that's nice! Full Auto SBR huh? Pretty sweet... what barrel do you have? I'm assuming you have a gas piston setup as well. Very nice!
The full auto lower belongs to a friend who is a Class 3 dealer. The upper is mine, 7.5" Shaw barrel. No gas piston, haven't really jumped on that bandwagon yet.
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The full auto lower belongs to a friend who is a Class 3 dealer. The upper is mine, 7.5" Shaw barrel. No gas piston, haven't really jumped on that bandwagon yet.
7.5"??? Holy hell, that's really short! What kind of accuracy are you getting out of it? My buddy just got his SBR done a few months ago, it's suppressed and everything. Pretty tight. Even with the suppressor, it's still shorter than a standard 16" M4. Haha!
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Accuracy? Hell man, you don't build a 7.5" upper and worry about a silly little thing like accuracy. But it shoots around 2" at 50 yards. Its just a flashy noise maker, I generally just point it at the pond bank and let 'er rip. I didn't even have the red dot turned on in that video.

My 11.5" upper with suppressor does pretty well out to around 200 yards. Never shot it beyond that.
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Old 08-12-2010, 08:23 AM
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Haha! That's true... you don't buy an SBR for accuracy. Good Point. Still, looks pretty fun!
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You'll be amazed how accurate a 7.5 inch barrel can be.
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