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    It's 2021, what's the new LE6920?

    Given that the CR6920 may not be the same beast as the LE6920, who makes 2021's TDP M4 carbine in that magical $1,000 +/- range?

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    i donít think it matters right now. everyone is practicing, sighting in and stockpiling ammo waiting for the next shoe to drop.

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    And the CR6920 is still a very viable choice.

    Along with just about any offerings to your spec from the GTG makers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coogan View Post
    Given that the CR6920 may not be the same beast as the LE6920, who makes 2021's TDP M4 carbine in that magical $1,000 +/- range?
    We make a pretty solid Patrol Carbine.

    I've always thought the 6920 was the yardstick everything else is measured against.
    When we set out to make a simple duty rifle I had that in mind. Obviously we're using a midgas system... 16" barrel gassed at .076.
    H buffer, sprinco action spring, individual HP/MPI 158c bolt, correct small parts etc

    The torque values for castle nut, barrel but, gas key fastners etc are all correct. Aggressive staking, thread treatments, dry film on receiver extensions etc

    I wanted to make a legitimately enhanced 6920.







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    Quote Originally Posted by ST911 View Post
    And the CR6920 is still a very viable choice.

    Along with just about any offerings to your spec from the GTG makers.
    Thank you for the info that the CR6920 is still viable!

    Quote Originally Posted by SOLGW View Post
    We make a pretty solid Patrol Carbine.

    I've always thought the 6920 was the yardstick everything else is measured against.
    When we set out to make a simple duty rifle I had that in mind. Obviously we're using a midgas system... 16" barrel gassed at .076.
    H buffer, sprinco action spring, individual HP/MPI 158c bolt, correct small parts etc

    The torque values for castle nut, barrel but, gas key fastners etc are all correct. Aggressive staking, thread treatments, dry film on receiver extensions etc

    I wanted to make a legitimately enhanced 6920.







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    This?: https://sonsoflibertygw.com/shop/son...-patrol-rifle/

    Looks good to me even thought not a M4 as you said....an option nonetheless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coogan View Post
    This?: https://sonsoflibertygw.com/shop/son...-patrol-rifle/

    Looks good to me even thought not a M4 as you said....an option nonetheless.
    We make a rifle called the Legacy as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coogan View Post
    This?: https://sonsoflibertygw.com/shop/son...-patrol-rifle/

    Looks good to me even thought not a M4 as you said....an option nonetheless.
    I would be interested in seeing that with a Centurion Arms C4 MLOK rail. The specs would be pretty close to perfect if it shot the way it should.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stickman View Post
    I would be interested in seeing that with a Centurion Arms C4 MLOK rail. The specs would be pretty close to perfect if it shot the way it should.
    We use C4s all the time. I'm a big fan of Monty's work. It's a solid rail.
    IMG_20210423_170527_935.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stickman View Post
    I would be interested in seeing that with a Centurion Arms C4 MLOK rail. The specs would be pretty close to perfect if it shot the way it should.
    Obviously we could use some help in the photography department lolScreenshot_20210717-175223_Chrome.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stickman View Post
    I would be interested in seeing that with a Centurion Arms C4 MLOK rail. The specs would be pretty close to perfect if it shot the way it should.
    Just saw the mlok part.
    I'll get some for you this week.

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