I almost or did buy that exact one. May even still have it. If you see my pic i wen with one that is a hair fatter but looks similar.
You can get that and pin it. But in my case.. with the SBR, I can swap to a different look.
And the SBR - Tax Stamp right now is pretty quick. I think this may...
I agree with this. I built a SBR AR22. 4.5" barrel and a 7" long fake can because I was trying to build it tacti-cool looking. Otherwise I would have flipped it and gone with a 9" barrel and a 2-4" can. Then I had to get a longer handguard because it was awkward to hold with a 4" handguard...
What is your goal for the final length? You want a SBR or a 16 upper?
The over all length goes to the end of the muzzle brake or the can, what ever is welded to the end of the barrel.
Your lower is fine to build out and register and then SBR it if you want to go lower than 16", And you can...
Oh, incase anyone was curious, I did test out the azek glue and some azec trim pieces today.
The Glue is very strong. This is a good back up incase the shtf and I decide to do it myself on my garage floor over a couple of weeks.
The WaterJet route has been a success.. Thanks @Sweeney
He asked me to make him drawings for CAD dfx. I drew them up in Sketchup.
But can't convert them to DXF files in the free version.. Is anyone able to convert these for me or know how I can do it without buying the SketupPro version?
Funny you suggest this..
I went to depot on way home last night and bought a trim piece of Azek 1x3x8 and the Azek glue.
Going to test glue small pieces together and see how it holds. Also going to try cutting wooden biscuits in the joints in other test pieces to see if that helps holds better.