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    Flint River Armory CSA45

    Does anyone have any experiance with the Flint River Armory CSA45? It appears to be a well made AR45 with some proprietary parts. My main question is how does it run and how well does in suppress? It is short stroke piston driven and has a rotating bolt, which makes me wonder if its similar to the MPX. Some people say MPX is gassy while others say its great, either way I have no experiance with one.

    FRA also says they will make a version in 10mm. If you could just swap uppers, that would be an added bonus. I keep looking for a .45 PCC, and the B&T APC45 has seem to run into issues, so I was hoping to see what people had to say about this.

    https://flintriverarmory.com

    Thanks!

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    I absolutely love mine. I have a thread going on arfcom in the PCC forum with a bunch of photos up.

    I'm also running a Franklin Armory BFSIII. So much fun!
    Last edited by Just A Guy; 02-17-17 at 00:55.

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    Meh...another pop up proprietary ar pistol caliber mutant. No thanks.

    Also not a good idea to reference TOS here.....
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    I was ready to bash the shit out of this thing but admittedly, it's not the dumbest thing I've seen all day. That being said, I'd give B&T my money. Flint River Armory won't be around in 10 years.


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    It's not really an AR.

    It uses an AR fire control group, grip and a buffer and that's about it.

    B&T may still be in business in 10 years but may not be selling guns or parts in the US in that same 10 years.
    Last edited by Just A Guy; 02-23-17 at 01:20.

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    Last edited by Just A Guy; 02-23-17 at 17:33.

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