I'd be curious to know if classic fixed the mag catch and if they added an index pin to the barrel. First, the overall fit and finish is fantastic, especually given the price. There has always been some evidence of accidental discharges, but how much more and the extent has become frightening. We advise left handed shooters to consider this before purchase, as some features may not be well suited to all left handed shooters. Actual product may not be exactly as shown. The stock that comes on it is nice enough that I'd probably just keep it on there.
Some mags did not drop free at first, but with some use all drop free now. If that doe snot work I am just going to send it back to the manufacturer so they can look at it first hand. Feeds everything well and cheap to shoot. Fully warrantied for one year by Freedom Ordnance. They will always strive to give you our best in quality, service, and support so you can freely exercise your God given right to keep and bear arms. If you are getting bored with the content here, you should take a break.
Some interesting information on the mag catch, rails and barrel can be found on them. All inventory is synced every few hours during business hours. View QuoteI,ve seen several recent posts from you behaving this way. So, I have no reason to doubt them. The mail I got says they only came out with it March 24th. It is a brand new platform, so I know some bugs woudl not be abnormal.
At that point I was done. They also indicated that they were changing the trigger system in later guns, and they changed their web site info to indicate that after market triggers were not recommended. You're not required to reply to people's posts, so ignore the threads that have become repetitive. When I received the gun back from Freedom Ordnance I went to the local indoor rifle range to test. Fortunately my father taught me well 40 years ago, and the weapon was pointed in a safe direction. Every time I'd try I'd get a round with the bullet shoved as deep into the case as possible. I hope the fix works as the gun seems to be well built.
You're not required to reply to people's posts, so ignore the threads that have become repetitive. The pistol does accept drop in aftermarket triggers, however the manufacturer doesn't recommend use of aftermarket fire control groups. Forearm is an M-Lok format and features Weaver rails on both the top and bottom as well as a Q. We will ship as soon as we receive them. Everything was fine, bolt locked back, no issues.
With a little practice, you should be able to mow the falling plates down. After trying all sorts of things I finally sent it back to the manufacturer. The original ads touted the fact that the gun was compatible with drop in triggers. Since then they have changed to a one piece spring and changed the retaining pin. He has available all sorts of threads to read in this forum that will educate anyone that bothers to read them.
He has a computer, the greatest search tool ever. Unlock additional features, and fewer ads while browsing. That is the best, the fastest, and most thorough way to learn what you want to learn. Membership is free and we welcome all types of shooters, whether you're a novice or a pro. If you are getting bored with the content here, you should take a break. The combination of black nitride and nickel boron provide a high level of extended wear protection and corrosion resistance. Also fortunately, the range officers were aware of my history of problems with the gun, so they were standing right behind me, and they offered to confirm that the weapon did indeed slam fire and that my finger was not on the trigger.
No bump fires or failures to fire. Once cookies are enabled please. Actually it's a better looking gun than I expected too. I believe it is disproportional to the ratio of semi auto to revolver. I just like the idea of rapid fire at. Does anyone even have one yet? I gave him the best advice out of everyone. I have wanted a 9mm ar for a long time.
Both run every ammo I have tried. You may have seen some of the updated notices that they have added to the information on the web site. After this I went with cmmg. About 9% of these are toy accessories. No malfunctions with a few hundred rounds through both. You can shoot steel targets at closer ranges with both the rifle and pistol, and not blow holes through or damage the steel as you would with a 5.
Thanks for the report and update. It's new, and some bugs can be expected. If you don't like it, scroll on. I purchased both the rifle and pistol model. We cannot ship prohibited magazines to out of state addresses. Way to start a newbie's post too. .