ARP 102 - Naughty or Nice? - The Gift Episode

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Welcome to Episode #102 of the AR15 Podcast. I’m your host Reed Snyder and with me today are my co-hosts J.W. Ramp and Anthony Hardy.  This is the podcast about your favorite black rifle!  This show is for you; whether you're building your first AR or you’ve been building ARs for years. There is something we can all do to take our black rifle to the next level. Anthony is attending an Appleseed training event, December 6-7 in Pensacola, FL.

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Product of the Week:

Vortex Sparc II

Main Topic: Gift Giving

Reed’s Top Ten:

Magpul Magazines

Faxon Firearms Gun Magazine Marker Bands

American Eagle 5.56MM 62 Grain FMJ 150 Rnd Loose Pack

BCM AR-15 Carry handle

Vltor Heavy Buffer

Superior Shooting Flat Buffer Spring

ALG QMS

LANTEC Dragon Muzzle Brake

Vortex Sparc II

Magpul MS4 Sling

BCM Grip

J.W’s Top Ten:

B.A.D. Ambi Safety

FrogLube (just to fight with Anthony and his FireClean)

Camo Stencils / Spray Paint

Jug o’ Powder / Pile o’ Brass

Steel Targets (+1 to Anthony for the good idea)

NFA Tax Stamp Money ($200.00)

Aimpoint T-2

Larue Scope Mounts

TNVC Sentinels

H&K Transferrable Auto Sear

Anthony’s Top Ten:

Ear Pro from Precision Ear

Go Pro HERO 4

Go Pro Picatinny Mount

Kryptek Helmet Logo Typhon Camo Cap

AR-15 Mag Wraps

Do-All Outdoors 9mm-30.06 Dueling Tree Steel Target

Engraved Ejection Port

Ranger Floor Plates (Magpul/USGI)

FireClean

Cerakoating Service

The AR-15 Giveaway Winner:

Jennifer Gehman

Feedback:

McKCHome: Hey guys, great show. I just got into the AR 15 about 6 months ago. My first purchase was an MP 15 T. It is fantastic. Sometime soon, I would like to build my own. So I have a question: Let's assume my budget allows me to buy quality, middle of the road parts, nothing over the top but also nothing cheap. But let's also say I want to go all out and spend lots of money on only one part of the rifle (e.g., barrel, trigger, upper). What part, in your opinions, should I choose to buy? This gun will be used for home defense and some plinking.   Thanks!

Tim L: Hey Guys, I just took my new build to the range.  It has a PSA LPK and a Geissele B-GRF trigger that I picked up last week.  Everything shoots great except that my BCG does not lock to the rear after the last round in a mag.  Any thoughts on how to fix this? Should I try a Full Auto BCG? The bolt release looks the same as my other AR-15. I am at a loss...

Thank You, from CommieFornia,

Brian M: I have to keep reminding myself to stop by the site and leave some feedback.  I've been listening to the show for a little over a year now and am slowly building my ar15.  The lower is complete and just waiting to decide on the upper.  I have been really looking at the magpul sl handguard and I think you've pushed me over the edge to get it.  Just a quick question; what kind of barrel do I search for that has the front sight post?  I was thinking of getting one instead of having to use a front flip up.  Is there a specific name for it?

Thanks again for the great podcast.  I keep wondering to myself what else I would like to hear about and draw a blank, but somehow you always put together an interesting episode and I really appreciate it.

Tom J:  Hey guys, Note I'm a legal gun owner and have a valid concealed handgun permit.  Have you have ever thought about having a show topic on 80% lowers? The ar15 easy jig is the jig that I use and love http://www.80percentarms.com/products/80-ar-15-easy-jig (but the older version).  This jig you cannot go wrong if follow the instructions to the tee. The last one I did while listening to the ar15 podcast, I was done by the time your average length show was finished so you see it really does not take that long to do. I just ordered my 4th 80% lower from another company for a dedicated 22lr so I can teach my little girl how to shoot.  And it's just so much fun to build your own custom AR15. The three I've built so far out perform my Bushmaster. I'm glad that my wife likes to shoot as well, she told me that I'm addicted to the ar15. Told her nope just want to build as many "ghost guns" as I can. I'm attaching a pic of the one I just finished about a week ago.

Keep up the good work.

Evertt:  Anthony, On the Gun Disassembly iPhone app, did you have \"Gun Disassembly\" or \"Gun Disassembly 2\"?  The second one has a somewhat improved interface for iPhone, yet neither is absolutely great. Gun Disassembly was made for PC originally and was ported to iOS. In fact the port was such a copy & paste the help section on the iPhone still (at least last time I used it) mentioned right-clicking to do several functions. Clearly a PC action and not possible on the iPhone. Regardless, it's in my opinion fun, educational, and impressive what the creators have done with it. If you give it another chance you might try it on the PC to get the hang of it. It's free on PC and you unlock the different gun models either by purchase or by completing challenges with the models it starts you with. Thanks for the great podcasts. The AR15 podcast is my favorite on FRN and I look forward to it every week. I'm hoping to start my first ar15 build soon and the info you all have provided has been great.

Zachary D.:  Reed, Wanted to let you know Silencer Shop has Ti-Rant 9mm suppressors on sale for $399 plus a $200 AAC online store credit.  Dakota Silencer has the Ti-Rant 45 for $450 with the same rebate.  The temptation was too much for me and I picked myself up a 9mm can, my first stamped item, earlier this week. When I asked the sales guy why they were so inexpensive, thinking perhaps a new model was due out, he said that with AAC moving he thought they were trying to reduce inventory to move, and administrative burden. Just wanted to pass along the great deal to yourself and all the listeners. Hope you're having a great holiday!

Brian P: Hey guys!!! Love the podcast. Been with you since the first show.  I have a few builds under my belt and decided it was time to get my oldest son involved so we can get a little father son bonding time in at the range.   He is ten and is building everything himself  with just  a little help here and there and of course  supervision  to make sure it is built properly.   So far everything is going great  and he is waiting for some more parts for Christmas.   Just wanted to let everyone know what a great experience this build has been.   But beware much patience is needed.   We do have one question because we will be outfitting his build with a 22lr  conversion kit. will this have any long term damage to the 5.56 barrel or will it just need a good cleaning when he is ready for  a real bolt carrier group. Thanks and keep up the good work.

Outro:

ARP 093 - Building an AR For When the SHTF

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Welcome to Episode #093 of the AR15 Podcast. I’m your host Reed Snyder and with me today are my Co-hosts Anthony Hardy and J.W. Ramp.  This is the podcast about your favorite black rifle!  This show is for you; whether you're building your first AR or you’ve been building ARs for years. There is something we can all do to take our black rifle to the next level.  

Joining us tonight are special guests Peter Palma; Sam Azner host of the Guns of Hollywood Podcast; and J.W.’s good buddy Josh

Brownells helps make this show possible.

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AR-15 Podcast - Episode #075

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Product of the Week:

Spool Tool

Main Topic:  SHTF / WROL / TEOTWAWKI

  1. Introductions & Background

- Movies and pop culture:The Road, RED DAWN (F this zombie shit) WWZ, Walking Dead, Red Dawn, Zombie ammo/shoots

- Real world: Hurricane Katrina type disaster on larger scale, Terrorism, Solar Flares,Pandemic

  1. Potential Situations

- For each of these are you going to:

a. Bug out: light-weight, cleaning/maintenance on the go, what can you carry, etc

b. Shelter in place: belt fed uppers(Ares Defense MCR), huge ammo pile, etc

- Pandemic - Ebola/killer flu/weaponized disease

- Zombies/Alien Invasion/REALLY?!

- Conventional War - Invasion by aggressor nation or organization like ISIS or North Koreans (we really mean the Chinese)

- Nuclear War - Nuclear Holocaust

- Terrorism - EMP/Dirty Bomb/Infrastructure attack

- Natural Disaster

- Local “Tragedies”

  1. SHTF Characteristics in an AR

- Reliability/KISS… OF GOOD QUALITY (no DPMS shit)

- Caliber/bullet weight

- Super tactical or low profile

- Light weight build or strength through weight

- Battery-free?

- Optic for targets from CQB to “longer” distance

- Thermal/NVG/IR lazer

- Piston/DI

- Hunting rifle for game (you can kill an elephant with a .22)

- Back up irons (must be zero’d - not the irish tactical youtube sensation)

- Master key or back up/secondary gun? (or an entire cache(“bug in”))

- Weapon light

- Suppressor

  1. Support gear

- Body armor / plate carriers

- Magazines (type and how many)

- Cleaning kit (uh, MSCLEAN)

- Sling

- Lube (FIRECLEAN!!!) Yeah FIRECLEAN is the best but I can’t say that

- Carbon scraper

- Spare parts: bolt, spring kit (where’s my MSCLEAN PARTS KIT PALMA!)... (Buy an empty case and make one before I do and make a profit on it.)

- Survival Rifle (Chiappa X-Caliber)

- M&Ms/cyanide pill/Scotch

  1. WROL

- Would you go full auto/SBR?

-Shave that disconnector off?

  1. Reality check - if this thing breaks you DIE so don’t be cheap
  1. Training.

Feedback:

Dan: I'm thinking about building an AR-10 .308 specifically for distance...up to about 1000 yards. Obviously money IS a major factor but not a total deal breaker. So, without mortgaging my house, what are the most important things I need to consider when buying parts? What are the absolute must have features? Barrel length? Optic power? Trigger?  Etc...Thanks

Steve:  A couple of comments on your SBR show.

1. Another option to build an SBR is to shorten an existing barrel once the stamp arrives. 2. Form 1s for silencers only require the length and caliper.  No plans or other documentation is required. Materials should be less than $100.  My 9mm form 1 silencer will require around $50 in materials.  A good resource for home builds is the silencersmithing forum on Silencer Talk (http://www.silencertalk.com/forum/viewforum.php?f=10) 3. Stamp collecting is fun but not as cool when you efile and do not get an actual stamp on your approved form. 4. efile rocks.

2k4ranger: Hi I was wondering if you have any opinions or experience on the new dpms gen 2 line of ar's.I would love to get a 308 ar for deer hunting, and the gen2 hunter seems like what i want but since it's dpms and such a new design I'm not so sure about it.  As always awesome podcast can't wait till the next release.

Chad W:  Reed, Anthony, or that other guy, I listened to the last podcast on SBR's, great info for those beginners.  I did mine on a form 1 and it was super easy. When I sent the paperwork off as an individual, not a trust, it took 30 days from when I sent it in until the stamped, signed paperwork was back in my hand, back in the George W. days.  One of my suppressors on a form 4 a month later took 35 days. I have form 1'd a suppressor for a 9mm also. It is a little more complicated in that you have to give it a serial #, Overall length, and caliber.  You do not need to send plans on the type of internals you plan on using, just length an caliber.  You can not do anything on it until the stamp is returned approved, only planning.  You must also engrave it with MFG Name (me), Caliber, ser#, and model (if you gave it a model on the form 1).  If you do a show on mfg your own suppressors, I might be interested in helping out.

kiki:  hey guys, u need to do a show on ar15 9MM carbines....  they are fun as hell and train at half the cost of 5.56.....  i have a mp15 converted to shoot 9mm, with a cmmg upper.....lots of fun, and able to shot indoor ranges that  don't allow rifles calibers.......

Outro:

ARP 084 - News and New Gear for your AR-15

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Welcome to Episode #085 of the AR15 Podcast. I’m your host J.W. Ramp and with me today is my co-host, Anthony Hardy.  This is the podcast about your favorite black rifle!  This show is for you; whether you're building your first AR or you’ve been building ARs for years. There is something we can all do to take our black rifle to the next level. Brownells helps make this show possible.

Don’t forget that Brownells is there for you anytime you make a mistake, like when Jake shoots a takedown pin detent across his avacado green linoleum flooring and it skids under the cabinets.

Shop for AR-15 parts at Brownells.  Go to: ar15podcast.com/parts

Tip: Buy your ammo in bulk. You really save.

Main Topic:News

US House tries to roll back DC gun control (but probably doesn’t end up doing much)

Viva Noveske Video (we’ve got awesome rifles and expensive cameras. let’s make a silly video!)

Jerry Miculek Dual-Wielding AR-15 Pistols (he’s awesome. enough said)

Larry Vickers’ Long Range Aimpoint Challenge (Uncle Larry getting all excited about hitting steel at distance with a 4moa red dot)

Petition to Remove Suppressors from the NFA

New/Updated Gear

Magpul - MS3 Multi-mission Sling Gen 2

Devil Dog Concepts - Hard Charger

Iron Viper - Pin-Detent Spring Combo

Adams Arms - NY Compliant MSR

Blank Rain Ordnance - NY Compliant MSR

Ares - NY Compliant MSR

SilencerCo - Shotgun Silencer

Haley Strategic - INCOG Discreet Rifle Bag

Feedback:

Mario (Uneek64) S: Hey Reed! Well I’m almost finished with my very first AR build and wanted to ask you which muzzle break/ comp you recommend. My style is close quarter training and here are the ones I was looking. Let me know what you think or have any other suggestions to finish this up as I don’t have any experience with any of the below muzzle breaks. If you need additional info please let me know.

Battlecomp 1.0

PWS FSC556

SUREFIRE MB556

BCM MOD 0

Jacob M: In response to Chris's issues with his KMR hand guard, he writes...

"the width of the hand guard creates a potential problem if you want to use the 45 Deg top KeyMods.  If the tool, light etc, does not have a KeyMod base, then you cannot use a Picatinny Rail Section as the top rail is too close to the 45 deg rail to install a part on it."

At first I thought the same, but some will fit. I have a Surefire lite with a cheap aluminum ring. I attached that to the picatinny rail section that came with the KMR. I have it to the top right 45 section... It was snug but it wasn't too difficult getting it on there.

The KMR is super light weight and great hand guard. I'm sure Chris thinks so too if he has two of them. I just didn't want people to get too discouraged if they are planning on doing a setup like that cause it is possible.

In response to your episode 79 on Slings, I briefly heard mention of "The Way of the Gun Sling" by Frank Proctor. I Liked the Idea of a minimalist setup so I wanted to try it. It attaches using supplied para cord, so there is no need for any additional hardware, or bulk. Its Slim lightweight and battle proven. Frank spent 18 years in the military 12 of which was Army special forces. He did a great job, I Highly recommend his sling. Any doubts just youtube one of the review videos

Recently I've had the urge to tell everyone about my findings with stocks. I've tried several stocks in my past. I have used Two different VLTORs, Tapco, and Magpul. I have to say I'm most impressed with the B5 Bravo stock. It's light weight, It has a great cheek weld with out the additional bulk of battery compartments. Also the plastic they use is very durable. It can take quite a bit of heat and punishment before it deforms. For the price of around 60 bucks, It\'s a really nice stock.

One last thought. I noticed a big improvement in the audio the last few episodes, Makes it a lot more enjoyable to listen too. Thank you. Ill try to add links to a photo of the KMR mount

Take Care.

Ian K:Last week you were talking about the KeyMod system, and all the accessories.

Just picked up the beautiful KMR 13 rail from Bravo Co., very light weight, fit and finish is first rate, comes with Loctite, additional 1913 rail sections, and a barrel nut wrench (that some others make you pay extra for). The assembly instructions are clear and concise, but made a point that the KeyMod hole is NOT to be used as a QD point. Who knew?

Thanks again for a great program,

Nathan Y:  I just wanted to say thank you for your quality of shows and the variety of topics. So here is some irony, I listened to episode 71 when you had the interview with Josh Waldron from SilencerCo. I never really thought much about suppressors before and listened to that show a few days before the NRA Exhibits in Indy. Because of the interview I stopped by the SilencerCo booth and talked with the staff there and brought up your podcast and chatted a bit about the interview. They were having a drawing for their new Saker 762 rifle suppressor. When I got home I found out I won the Saker 762 for that day! Needless to say I now have an NFA trust and a Form 3 in the works for my Saker to ship to my local dealer. I wanted to share that with you and encourage you to keep educating us on a variety of topics.

Keep up the good work and providing a great service to us- God Bless

Outro:

ARP 080 - The State of the AR

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Welcome to Episode #080 of the AR15 Podcast. I’m your host Reed Snyder and with me today is my co-host, Anthony Hardy.  This is the podcast about your favorite black rifle!  This show is for you; whether you're building your first AR or you’ve been building ARs for years. There is something we can all do to take our black rifle to the next level.  

Brownells helps make this show possible.

Don’t forget that Brownells is there for you anytime you make a mistake, like when Jake shoots a takedown pin detent across his avacado green linoleum flooring and it skids under the cabinets.

100-011-234 - Seekins Precision - SP223 Lower Receiver

080-000-606 - Colt - Lower Receiver Parts Kit

080-000-627 - DPMS - Buttstock Mounting Kit, A2 Rifle

100-009-585 - Magpul - MOE Rifle Stock

Shop for AR-15 parts at Brownells.  Go to: ar15podcast.com/parts

Tip:

Installing your collapsible stock

Main Topic:

Rifles

  • Colt LE6920 - $932
  • FN-15 - $955
  • S&W M&P 15 Sport - $599
  • Bushmaster M4 - $811

Rifle Components

Prices are coming down

Accessories:

Not really seeing any flexibility in pricing, but we are seeing a lot of innovation

Ammo:  Historical pricing trend

55 Grain

  • Federal American Eagle .223 (1000 rds) @ $345.00  (.34)
  • Tula .223 (1000 rds) @ $240.00  (.24)

62 Grain

  • Federal Cartridge XM855CS, 5.56 NATO 62 GR, (2000 Rd/Case)

AR15 (MSRs) in the news:

Raffles:  Church Raffle, Little League Raffle

Bans and work-arounds: New York

Background checks: FBI Report

Feedback:

Cody:  One comment that I have to make. The upper receiver block that you have linked in your show notes does not work on Billet upper receivers. I bought the Midwest Industries Billet upper and it was too big and didn't allow the clam to shut. I had to go with a "take down style" upper receiver style. I like the  Geissele Reaction Rod better though.

James:  Reed, In episode 77 mike mentioned a 1-4 scope that he was recommending but I wasn't able to catch who the manufacturer was or where to buy it. Can you let me know who makes the scope please?

Mike:  Hi Guys, You might have covered this in an episode I haven't heard yet: On a flat top AR, where should the front and rear sights be placed?  I'm building an AR with a flat top receiver. It has the entire length, so I can put the sights at any point. I'd like to start off with sights so that I can get used to using them and save up for a better quality optic. I've searched the internet but haven't had much luck finding an answer. Hope you guys can help.

Tom J:  Hey guys have a question about barrels linings, what is the advantages to a SBN (salt bath Nitride) and chrome lined barrel? Always look forward to the podcast every week if you have talked about this before please let me know I've slept since then. Keep up the good work.

Mark:  Good afternoon gentlemen, I just found your podcast and it's now in my podcast rotation (I listen to over 15 different ones a week). I have not listened to many of your back episodes yet so please forgive me if you have already covered this. I am looking to build a 9mm conversion AR using an AR lower. The reason I am not getting a dedicated lower is due to where I live...Upstate New York.  Do you have any suggestions for a 9mm conversion block?  I see Brownells has 2 but would appreciate any feedback you have on them as well as any words of wisdom for the upper components as well. Thanks for a great show. Outro:

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AR15 Podcast 065 - Another look at the .300 AAC BlackOut

Reed and Anthony discuss .300 Blackout

Welcome to Episode #065 of the AR15 Podcast.  I’m your host Reed Snyder and with me today is my co-Host Anthony Hardy. This is the podcast about your favorite black rifle!  This show is for you; whether you're building your first AR or you’ve been building ARs for years. There is something we can all do to take our black rifle to the next level.

Brownells helps make this show possible.  

They are there for you anytime you make a mistake, like when Jake shoots a spring across the room into his lime green shag carpet.

Brownells Item of the Week:  Nemo 300AAC Blackout Nitride Barrel

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Tip of the Week:

Putting a new barrel on a rifle

Main Topic:

Development of the .300 AAC Blackout:

Attraction to the .30 cal round:

  • Heavier hitting bullet
  • .300 AAC Blackout mirrors 7.62x39mm performance
  • Readily achieves subsonic performance
  • Better close quarters performance over 5.56mm

Accessibility:

  • Fits and feeds in AR Mags
  • Barrel is only part that needs to be modified
  • .30 cal suppressors can be utilized across all smaller calibers
  • reloading components are readily available

Modification of Existing Rifles:

  • Barrel Switch
  • Upper Switch

Other Resources:

Listener Feedback:

Mike:  Thanks again for the great podcast. It is always nice hearing your comments about items when listeners write in. I appreciated your answers to my rather long email from the suppressor show. Great advise. Two quick items - the accuwedge - this may be the best thing I've never heard of.

http://www.brownells.com/rifle-parts/receiver-amp-action-parts/receiver-hardware/accu-wedges/ar-15-m16-accu-wedge-prod27507.aspx

I was running my 300 Blackout upper on my lower, and noticed it wasn't as tight as I would like. Quick web search, and order and this arrived. What looks like a great and inexpensive accessory to any AR.

Also - a question to J.R. - SBR's they will soon be legal in my home State, Washington. I'm assuming that if I have an SBR - I can have multiple uppers with short barrels, and one registered lower receiver - a 5.56 upper with a 10 inch barrel, and a 7 inch ACC barrel in 300 blackout  for example, but only one lower registered SBR?

- Yes, I realize this is not legal advise, but what is your opinion and experience.

Thanks,

Jim G: Reed and JW, I discovered the AR-15 Podcast several months ago.  I have found your show content very informative.  I learn something new on every show.  Like this week, I learned more about bolt carriers.  I had seen advertisements and videos about the difference between AR-15 and M-16 bolt carriers, and how to identify them.  I never understood why the AR-15 bolt carriers had less material in them until your explanation that the government forced the manufacturers to make them that way to help keep people from converting the guns to full auto.  Thank you for the explanation.  It is that kind of content that keeps the shows interesting for me.

JW, I am from Pittsburgh, and think it is great that someone from my area is helping out with the show.  I want to take some training, and would like a recommendation from you as to a good place in the Pittsburgh area to go.  I want someplace with quality instructors and a range of classes in pistol and rifle.  I bought my first AR in the fall and think training is important to the safe use of the gun.

Rob L.:

AR slings show.....How's it hangin. Great idea!  Piston vs DI show plz. Another noob show 1st AR build plz. Maybe I missed are Jakes vid up? 1:7 spin. OK I know what it means. But what does it mean? Hands on theory plz.

Silencers. If covered again discuss sub-sonic etc. Would like to hear 5.45X39 ARs. Poll on who listens & their interests?

Sorry if you've covered and I've missed!

Love the show!! You got me to finally get off my okole and start a build!!!

Thanks....

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