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Thread: Bravo Company USA 12.5'' Kino Upper Receiver

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    Bravo Company USA 12.5'' Kino Upper Receiver




    Pros:
    -4150CMV chrome lined MP/HP barrel
    -mid-length hand guard options
    -F marked FSB
    -Accuracy
    -QC

    Cons:
    -some folks dislike the weight of the FSB up front

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    who TF is complaining about FSB weight?

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    Probably NutNFancy & Friends

    Quote Originally Posted by Firefly View Post
    who TF is complaining about FSB weight?

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    Why not put a front sight on the rail instead of having 2 gas blocks?

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    Maybe K.L. Davis can chime in on that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tehpwnag3 View Post
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    Dude could go to war naked and still complain everything was too heavy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prepare View Post
    Why not put a front sight on the rail instead of having 2 gas blocks?
    You mean why not build a 12.5” Carbine with a low profile gas block?

    Ask Markm what he thinks about aftermarket front sight ears compared to the steel FSB.

    I had one of these and had to send it back to BCM. I couldn’t get it to shoot for shit, but the concept was nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eurodriver View Post
    You mean why not build a 12.5” Carbine with a low profile gas block?

    Ask Markm what he thinks about aftermarket front sight ears compared to the steel FSB.

    I had one of these and had to send it back to BCM. I couldn’t get it to shoot for shit, but the concept was nice.
    Did they not offer to replace the barrel?

    I actually really want one of these, but mostly because there aren't many quad rails in 11.5" to pair with a normal 12.5 upper.
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    Over the years I got rid of my 10.5 LMT, Larue and Noveske 12" and only have the Kino upper as an SBR. There was nothing wrong with any of them but this one was the most right for me. It either wear s an Aimpoint T-1 or a Trijicon 1-4 and is really all I need. I've been considering a suppressor.
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    Quote Originally Posted by prepare View Post
    Why not put a front sight on the rail instead of having 2 gas blocks?
    Every single rail mounted front sight out there is a fragile joke in comparison to a real, forged FSB pinned to the barrel.

    And even if there were a strong rail mounted option, impact to it would simply damage the rail. I post this from first hand experience on both sight and rail damage.
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