Micro-pistols

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nicholleiwaoka7
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Re: Micro-pistols

Post by nicholleiwaoka7 » Mon Oct 31, 2022 7:50 pm

Krinkov-length 10.5" SBR barrel (or you can go shorter and use a permanently attached muzzle device to bring it to the 16" legal minimum).

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Re: Micro-pistols

Post by BJK » Mon Oct 31, 2022 10:56 pm

nicholleiwaoka7 wrote:
Mon Oct 31, 2022 7:50 pm
Krinkov-length 10.5" SBR barrel (or you can go shorter and use a permanently attached muzzle device to bring it to the 16" legal minimum).
All depends where one lives and whether one wants to pay the $200 tax. Behind enemy lines folks have forgotten that, free states know about it though.

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Re: Micro-pistols

Post by genrissell » Wed Nov 02, 2022 6:04 pm

I love my 5.7x28mm FN PS90. It's light, has good ergonomics, is plenty accurate, and has phenomenal ballistics. But it's not an AR. The 5.7 is a great round. It's got great penetration and expansion potential. It's lightweight and has low recoil. It was also expensive. If you're looking for a cheap plinking round, the .223 is the way to go. If you're looking for a serious self-defence round, the 5.7 is the way to go. Also, for the 5.7, you can find on https://3dgunbuilder.com/polymer-80/pol ... jig-guide/ a lot of interesting accessories to make it much better.

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