If I had to pay full price for the Niagra, I would skip it and buy another Glacier Bay Dual. This rifle-with help from a great optic and online app—gave me a memorable range day when it easily whacked a gong at 575 yards on the first try. It is only available in an 18 inch barrel. Also the New Colony Toilet works well with. Mine ended up fitting that role even better than I expected, I'm very pleased with it's capabilities.
It also has a pinned gas-block, versus the set-screw LaRue offering. So I took the tank off and reseated it again, this time finger-tightening the bolts. We also replaced the master bathroom toilet after installing this one, but went with an American Standard which we like much better. How is that lower going to work with no mag well? Let my older daughter 7 shoot it on some closer steel. I really like this rifle.
It's a hit or miss, because we have to flush twice more than I would like to. Not sure if they have or will cut another size, but I doubt you'll find a higher quality Grendel barrel. Before I did extension work, they would only feed if loaded to 7 rounds, but these have not been recently produced for a while now. I built one too using a Lilja 11. I figured it would be a good round in a short barrel, but I honestly wasn't expecting what you were getting out of it. It's a little taller than I really wanted.
I like that baseplate with these mags for shooting prone or otherwise supported off the mag; they are a little short otherwise. I machined a pair of barrels from Green Mountain stainless blanks; a friend wanted one at 12. I found that using an offset mount like Arisakas's works better than having a slot at 45 personally. Your model is a 4-stroke engine. Details, specifications and pricing can be found below. I have seen him working the fan base like he has not in 5 or 6 years.
I don't have the experience to tell, though conventional mechanical wisdom inclines me toward a pinned one. I started this project in 2017. Basically a carbine build but with a short barrel. I was definitely tempted to go this route, rather than. So essentially you are buying a complete rifle, minus sights and lower receiver. Installations was exactly the same as most Standard toilets that I've done in the past.
Upper, rail, and barrel nut would be fantastic if you could. Glacier Bay dual flush vs. The can is very pleasant to shoot with too, as Thunderbeast knows a thing or two about suppressing noise. Try not to learn too much or else you'll enter into this rabbit hole of knowledge and come out on the other side rambling to people about gas system lengths and twist rates vs bullet weights as you watch their eyes glass over with regret after asking you what you did the past weekend. Leading the way is a three-slot compensator that substantially dampens recoil without adding to ambient noise. Here for your favorite black gun links, build photos, questions and other tactical or practical info. In the meantime Home Depot is selling a toilet that can not be properly installed as sold.
I'm obviously leaning towards LaRue, but these issue still nag at me. After several months we have had few cases were it has't effectively cleared the bowl on the first flush and it has yet to plug. Together these panels will cover one side of a carbine rail. Then I saw the Niagra. They are very general and in some cases do not seem to apply to the model I bought. This toilet features patented hydraulic technology, known as Stealth, which uses only 0.
I think Mark rushed this Stealth 2. Please correct me if I'm wrong! And with steel construction, you know it'll be with you for the long haul. All of this when all I asked for was an earpiece. Have you looked at Lilja? Nice to have it all packaged. Slide handguard on and tighten the screws.
As usual, I appreciate the advice! Don't just show us your build, tell us about it. What more could you ask for! It feels more solid and does not flex like the G. For those that have always wanted a Larue they have a great deal going on now. Maybe older stuff was different? Haven't shot that rifle in years. After that the Grendel just walks away thanks to a significantly better ballistic coefficient. For hunting loads, I'll be exploring 110gr Lehigh Controlled Chaos 1500fps expansion thresh , as well as the 129gr Nosler Accubond Long Range 1300fps expansion thresh.
My house has 2 baths. I got one of the small caliber uppers. A new lower design is my guess as well. This in no ways affects the function of the rifle, but when you think LaRue, you are drawn to the rifles both for their accuracy and solid build as well as a great design. No need for welding or vehicle modifications, all mounting hardware is included with easy to follow installation instructions. Or do you just prefer the look? The only way you could get a new design lower to match the lines is to remove material from the buffer tube extension, weakening the extension.