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Thread: Air Force GAU-5A Rifle

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    I know Iím reviving an old thread, but Iíd love to buy the upper. Iíve got an SBRíd lower thatís been awaiting something perfect like this since pretty much the sunset of the AWB 15+ years ago. Right now one of Pat Rogerís colt commando upper is on it. Iíd love to just store that upper and put this thing on the lower
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    Quote Originally Posted by trio View Post
    I know Iím reviving an old thread, but Iíd love to buy the upper. Iíve got an SBRíd lower thatís been awaiting something perfect like this since pretty much the sunset of the AWB 15+ years ago. Right now one of Pat Rogerís colt commando upper is on it. Iíd love to just store that upper and put this thing on the lower
    https://www.midwestindustriesinc.com...i-gau5a-pu.htm

    Just not in stock at this time.

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    I was just toying with the idea of a revival myself... to spitball a discussion topic for our SME's.

    If we were looking for a compact red-dot that would fit in the seat-pan kit and still be durable enough to survive the knockaround of ejection and impact, is there anything in the RMR or Docter size-class that would be a viable contender? Remember, it has to not only be functional but HOLD ZERO all the way through the ride, including 12-14 G's in the ejection, the 3-6 G's of the chute popping, and the forces of impacting ground, all in a matter of a few seconds to a few minutes.
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