M*CARBO Brotherhood

Interesting Mods on a Sub 2K

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sometimes we just dive into the deepest part of the rabbit hole…Gen1,Red Lion,M-Carbo,Acog TAO1,Magnifier,GG&G cantilever mount been thinking about cutting tha slot for a while :smiling_imp: :smiling_imp: :smiling_imp: :smiling_imp: :smiling_imp:
since the pics, added the Mcarbo rear fold down peep, sling buttplate, and charging handle… as well as a blitzkrig front sight…

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@GOBLIN
Badass piece right there. :+1:t3:

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Detail of the bolt tube modification.

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damn i gotta check my book, know shes over 3500 rounds, did the internals after 1000 rnds, and i got it used in a trade…

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thanks, I got a mill,old Van Norman, i will cut a J slot… :+1: :+1: :+1: :+1: :+1:

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@GOBLIN
Anytime man. I think it’s a nice, simple solution. You can almost slap it like a H&K. :joy:

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Sten was another with the lockout, but on top…

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@GOBLIN
Who doesn’t love a Sten? :boom:

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they a fun lil rattlejack for sure… :smiling_imp:

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@GOBLIN
That they are!
I’m partial to a Sterling, a foreign government used to lend me one from time to time. :face_with_monocle:
Little pricey over here:

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@GOBLIN, You know Buck Im really starting to wonder if you own any firearms that are not completely over the top awesome and designed to make us drool.

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I looked at a sterling years ago, but went with the IMI UZI, basically for tha same reason I was drawn to the Sub 2000 series. it breaks and stores in a smaller package, when i got the IMI they cost a whopping 350$ new LOL. last time i saw one for sale I bout stroked out at the price…

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What’s not to love about an Uzi?:boom::boom::boom:

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That UZI is sweet!!! :drooling_face:

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Fun little bullet hose

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That it is! Haven’t seen one for years.:boom::boom::boom:

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Last time I got to play with one was in 1976 at Fort Knox when I went through Armor with the Marines and yes the Marines trained at Ft Knox with the doggies. :slight_smile:
Tom

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My tank battalion at Ft. Lewis still had them when it was deactivated in 1990. Guess that would qualify as “quite a few years” though. :wink:

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It certainly would qualify!!