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FightLite SCR “AR” Pistol


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Quick search showed these rifles as out of stock in several places but Midwest has lowers in stock. FightLite SCR Lower.

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1 hour ago, Johnny Rotten said:

This saddens me those rails are sooo ugly 

https://fightlite.com/collections/belt-fed-uppers

Ugly maybe but it would still be in the running for eating ammo up in a hurry.

I guess they quick making this version?

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1 hour ago, ken_mays said:

Thanks for the link; I'm tempted to order one to try it out.   The SCR has intrigued me for a while; it seems like a smarter Mini-14.

65 clams cheaper at Brownells, and choice of two styles even:

https://www.brownells.com/rifle-parts/receiver-parts/receivers/lower-receivers/scr-lower-receiver-assembly-w-bolt-carrier-prod86792.aspx

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You guys planning to move to CA or NYC?  I can't think of a reason to go to a stock like that unless I had to.  The pistol version I can see for those that don't like the current braces available ,but the rifle?? 

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7 hours ago, Omega said:

You guys planning to move to CA or NYC?  I can't think of a reason to go to a stock like that unless I had to.  The pistol version I can see for those that don't like the current braces available ,but the rifle?? 

I can see the rifle version before the pistol. A brace on a AR pistol does more for ya than the birds eye grip on the pistol. Hell, an AR pistol with just a bare buffer tube laid alongside cheek is more precise by far.

- OS

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3 minutes ago, Oh Shoot said:

I can see the rifle version before the pistol. A brace on a AR pistol does more for ya than the birds eye grip on the pistol. Hell, an AR pistol with just a bare buffer tube laid alongside cheek is more precise by far.

- OS

Yea, but the problem is sticking a 10.5"  barrel atop one of those things.  Used correctly those braces can be quite accurate. 

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27 minutes ago, Oh Shoot said:

??

- OS

Well, why put an expensive buttstock like that on an AR upper unless you have to?  And since it must be sold as a rifle lower, why waste $200 on doing an SBR on it?  So with the pistol version, you have a lower you can do a rifle upper on, and change out the stock. 

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21 minutes ago, Omega said:

Well, why put an expensive buttstock like that on an AR upper unless you have to?  And since it must be sold as a rifle lower, why waste $200 on doing an SBR on it?  So with the pistol version, you have a lower you can do a rifle upper on, and change out the stock. 

Ah, I see. Makes sense.

One thing misstated though, a receiver with a buttstock attached is still "other firearm", not a "rifle lower". Of course you couldn't put a short barrel on it of course without a stamp, so that's still a valid point.

- OS

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