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    Right, I just wanted to make sure there wasn't some significant difference in the product that I was missing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FaxonNathan View Post
    Dealers have some flexibility to price where they see advantageous.
    That's the most political answer I've seen in a long time lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by TacticalFun View Post
    That's the most political answer I've seen in a long time lol

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    Indeed. I'm sure most appreciate our typically plain-spoken nature, but sometimes we have to a bit more eloquent.
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    I figured it was likely that you don't set their prices (not sure if there's even an MSRP on these), I just didn't know if there was some difference in what you sent one vs the other.

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    Any news on an updated handguard for the ARAK?

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    Quote Originally Posted by czgunner View Post
    Any news on an updated handguard for the ARAK?
    Projects have begun again for the ARAK, but I cannot disclose anything further until we are ready to release them.
    QUALITY. INNOVATION. SERVICE.

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    7.62x39 barrel

    as I understand it, Faxon barrels for AR-15 in 7.62x39, are .308 bore, versus .310 or .311. i only shoot the cheap russian steel case FMJ (e.g. Wolf, Tula), regular old AK ammo, because it's so cheap. is there any drawback or concerns to stuffing a .310" bullet down a .308" bore? pressure? it's just a couple of thousandths on a malleable copper & lead projective, it seems to run fine, 100yd (and beyond) range plinking, no issues, same-or-better accuracy as my other-brands of 7.62x39 barrels (not real scientific, i know). just wondering. thanks!
    Last edited by rpoL98; 08-13-17 at 11:14.

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    That's how the first Ruger Mini-30's were made.... as I understood it. I never worked with one or measured it but that was what Ruger was saying at the time.

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    There is no problem running a .312 diameter bullet through a .308 bore.

    A few years ago I read an article in which the author pulled the bullets from some Russian made 7.62x39 and measured them with a micrometer. The bullets were .308"
    Last edited by MistWolf; 08-13-17 at 09:58.
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