Franklin Armory 11.5 in barrel AR 15, no stamp??

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Re: Franklin Armory 11.5 in barrel AR 15, no stamp??

Post by golfindia » Tue Jan 23, 2018 4:34 pm

Dr.Phil wrote:300 BLK will be released first and they are developing specialty ammo to stabilize the 0:0 twist.
Suppressor manufacturers are going to have a mad spike of baffle strike repair claims :^)

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Re: Franklin Armory 11.5 in barrel AR 15, no stamp??

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Re: Franklin Armory 11.5 in barrel AR 15, no stamp??

Post by dellet » Tue Jan 23, 2018 5:52 pm

Well that was an honest review :shock:
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Re: Franklin Armory 11.5 in barrel AR 15, no stamp??

Post by blaster » Tue Jan 23, 2018 7:41 pm

I'll stick to my braced pistol for now. their "binary trigger " has my interest though. anybody here have any experience with it?
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Re: Franklin Armory 11.5 in barrel AR 15, no stamp??

Post by certifiable » Tue Jan 23, 2018 8:49 pm

blaster wrote:I'll stick to my braced pistol for now. their "binary trigger " has my interest though. anybody here have any experience with it?
I ran one in the MPX sbr until the disconnector broke.
Fun little trigger and in binary mode I was able to keep mag dumps on a silhouette target out to 50 yds
Besides the price, the only thing I disliked about the trigger was the trigger slap it exhibited but that might been because of how hard PCC's are on FCG's
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Re: Franklin Armory 11.5 in barrel AR 15, no stamp??

Post by Jim Timber » Wed Jan 24, 2018 1:23 am

Dr.Phil wrote:300 BLK will be released first and they are developing specialty ammo to stabilize the 0:0 twist.

Best of luck to them.
Must be working on rifled bullets. :roll:
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Re: Franklin Armory 11.5 in barrel AR 15, no stamp??

Post by SwampDog_13 » Wed Jan 24, 2018 7:50 am

Jim Timber wrote:
Dr.Phil wrote:300 BLK will be released first and they are developing specialty ammo to stabilize the 0:0 twist.

Best of luck to them.
Must be working on rifled bullets. :roll:
More like mini nerf bullets
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Re: Franklin Armory 11.5 in barrel AR 15, no stamp??

Post by Dr.Phil » Wed Jan 24, 2018 8:19 am

Because what the 300 BLK really needs is a bullet that allows for less case volume and cannot be suppressed... :roll:
Hmm...
Save $200 on a tax stamp, or spend $2+ per projectile.
(Those will not be cheap to produce!)

Interesting that the 300 BLK market ended up being the home for this project.
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Re: Franklin Armory 11.5 in barrel AR 15, no stamp??

Post by dellet » Wed Jan 24, 2018 9:05 am

Dr.Phil wrote:Because what the 300 BLK really needs is a bullet that allows for less case volume and cannot be suppressed... :roll:
Hmm...
Save $200 on a tax stamp, or spend $2+ per projectile.
(Those will not be cheap to produce!)

Interesting that the 300 BLK market ended up being the home for this project.
It’s because the accuracy is so bad with the cartridge to begin with, they didn’t think anyone would notice :mrgreen:
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Re: Franklin Armory 11.5 in barrel AR 15, no stamp??

Post by Jim Timber » Wed Jan 24, 2018 9:16 am

SwampDog_13 wrote:
Jim Timber wrote:
Dr.Phil wrote:300 BLK will be released first and they are developing specialty ammo to stabilize the 0:0 twist.

Best of luck to them.
Must be working on rifled bullets. :roll:
More like mini nerf bullets
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I saw those on my local gun forum and thought it was one of our pranksters. Had the same Nerf comment!

This brings into question "there's no such thing as bad publicity" - these guys are the laughingstock of the gun community at the moment. It's not April, is it?? :lol:
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