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    BrickWurX Red Ryd-AR

    Well now here's a new one for you. A lever-action AR-pattern rifle.

    https://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/...-action-ar-15/




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    I don't see myself getting one in 5.56...but .450 or .458 could be very interesting. I like the maple woodwork however..
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    That is weird enough to be cool. Gotta wonder how well the lever action feeding system will work from those magazines over time. It still retains the buffer system, but from there on forward things change dramatically. Is it better than a bolt action 223/556? probably not much other than recoil control. Since Henry already makes a 223 longranger lever gun, I say why not try a different approach.
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    Quote Originally Posted by silverstring View Post
    That is weird enough to be cool. Gotta wonder how well the lever action feeding system will work from those magazines over time. It still retains the buffer system, but from there on forward things change dramatically. Is it better than a bolt action 223/556? probably not much other than recoil control. Since Henry already makes a 223 longranger lever gun, I say why not try a different approach.
    Yeah, I noticed that he only shot it a couple of times in the video. Talk to me after a few thousand rounds. Though I think it's a pretty cool concept.
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    Lil' Ralphie would be proud of this one.

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    That is just bizarre.

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    I guess that's one way to make an AR that isn't a "scary black rifle".

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    Quote Originally Posted by BC605 View Post
    I guess that's one way to make an AR that isn't a "scary black rifle".

    I laugh, ironically, about the infamous "AR Ban" which drove the sales of Ruger Mini 14's through the roof.
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    That's wierd enough to be kind of cool.
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    One way to get around the Cali gun regs.
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