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Lone Wolf Distributors G9 Demo with Patrick Kelley

LWD sponsored shooter Patrick E. Kelley shows off our new Lone Wolf G9 carbine.

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Lone Wolf Distributors 9G Carbine

Lone Wolf Distributors 9G Carbine Live Fire

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Lone Wolf G9 Carbine

The new G9 Glock magazine carbines available April 1st (No Fooling!) from Lone Wolf R&D. Order at http://www.lonewolfdist.com/Products.aspx?CAT=3682

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The LWRC M6 series by Nutnfancy

Long term test complete and the LWRC M6 proves its excellence in TNP. With over 800 rounds fired, it didn't jam once, even with Wolf steel cased ammo. It is the first piston driven AR I've seen feed that steel ammo reliably. Attribute this level of reliability and durability to a perfected piston and bolt carrier system in the M6. Nickle Boron coatings, a self-scraping piston cup, improved piston return springs, and now a single piece bolt carrier group reside within these LWRC guns. Fit and finish is superb throughout and this now-collectible anodized Multi-regional Earth version is especially stunning. Nowadays if you want a coloration on your M6 it means a $150 up charge for the factory-applied CeraKoting. The mid-profile barrel is perfection. Its thickness is an ideal compromise for sustained fire and accuracy for extended engagements. It is Nicor coated inside and out, an improvement over chrome plating in the bore due to its thinness and consistency. This coating has passed extensive salt spray testing. Accuracy with regular ball ammo was disappointing even in careful fully resting shooting (however in RunNGun ie practical shooting it was excellent). With this example I achieved 2 to 3 MOA with American Eagle, PMC, and XM193/M855 loads. By contrast I see several high value DI AR-15s achieving sub MOA with the same ammo. With high quality and heavier ammo, it achieves sub MOA groups (impressive actually, shown). Strangely the 1/7 twist out the M6A2 5.56mm NATO barrel threw the 55 gr Noslers extremely accurately as well. The weight, at around 7.4 lbs is light for a piston AR-15 these days. The rail is too wide on this version and their new REPR style of rail, featured on the M6A2 SPR version, would be a huge ergonomic improvement. Fully equipped with Troy-produced (or in house "Skirmish") sights and decent grips and stock, the M6s come "RTR." You shouldn't have to add in anything to this combat and LE proven tactical carbine. Granted I put in a Timney 4lb trigger to see if bigger improvements could be made in accuracy (they weren't). This included trigger now breaks lighter due to high tech coatings; expect around a 5.5 lb crisp pull. Value is moderate at around $2000 and the track record is outstanding both in TNP and real world combat engagements. Several serious military and LE customers choose the LWRC M6 series above all others. ///////////////////////////////Nutnfancy Likability Scale: 8.5 out of 10/////////////////////Music Licensed to TNP from Jason Shaw

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Added: 18218 days ago by Robglock

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