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Old 05-03-2009, 02:38 AM
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I have to say they aren't exactly light weight...haha.
Thats one of the reasons (on top of price) that I went with the Archangel kit. I think mine looks just as good as a Nordic but is super light weight.

I wont lie though. If Nordic would offer a hand guard that has a matching level rail to the receiver....I would have bought one in a heart beat. Heavy or not.
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Old 05-11-2009, 11:58 AM
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I don't see much action in the Nordic picture area anymore...people already over the coolness factor of these...haha.

I have 2 of them, the barrel is "in route" on the one. I will post a few pics for fun.

Here is how I had is set up first, but I have a dedicated AR15 set up almost identicle, so I decided to change out my
Nordic and keep my AR in this configuration.



This is how it is set up now:





Here is the other Nordic I have in the works. I am waiting my 18" E.R. Shaw blued helical flutted .920" daimeter
barrel to show up...then it will be finished:



Enjoy!
Nice to see there's still passion for the Nordic.
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Old 05-11-2009, 09:55 PM
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where did you aquire your CAA buttstock?
The official site is "out" of them.
where else can I get one?
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Old 05-12-2009, 09:37 AM
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I actually had the stock for a while. I feel your pain, I have a second one on order right now, and the guy says he can't say when it will arrive.

You may have luck on gunbroker.com
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if i were willing to do tan then I could just get from midway, but if I were to do any color it would be green and black.
I don't live anywhere near an area where tan would make sense. haha yikes!
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Old 05-12-2009, 12:39 PM
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www.brownells.com has the black assembly (tube-buffer-spring) in stock.
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oh wow. Cool!
They said my order might fill in the next shipment. So we'll see.
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Heier Custom Tactical Ruger Charger 22

This just arrived from Heier's Custom Ruger 10/22s. It's built on a Nordic Components AR-22 frame. Very nice piece of work with a custom can over the barrel. Haven't had a chance to shoot it yet, but the work and finish are as nice as any AR15 I've handled. The Charger receiver also has a Heier trigger job. I'm anxious to try it on the range.



By coincidence, I stopped by the Nordic Components booth at the NRA National Convention in Phoenix today. Their rep made a good point. On close inspection there is a small gap between the top piece of the Nordic frame and the rest of the frame. The explanation is straight forward. This top piece is a scope mount and fixed to the internal receiver. Like any other scope mount, you don't want it attached to or influenced by the stock. I'm quite impressed with the foresight in the Nordic design.

http://i567.photobucket.com/albums/s...g?t=1242429475
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Heier Custom Tactical Ruger Charger 22

This just arrived from Heier's Custom Ruger 10/22s. It's built on a Nordic Components AR-22 frame. Very nice piece of work with a custom can over the barrel. Haven't had a chance to shoot it yet, but the work and finish are as nice as any AR15 I've handled. The Charger receiver also has a Heier trigger job. I'm anxious to try it on the range.






By coincidence, I stopped by the Nordic Components booth at the NRA National Convention in Phoenix today. Their rep made a good point. On close inspection there is a small gap between the top piece of the Nordic frame and the rest of the frame. The explanation is straight forward. This top piece is a scope mount and fixed to the internal receiver. Like any other scope mount, you don't want it attached to or influenced by the stock. I'm quite impressed with the foresight in the Nordic design.
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Sweet!!

You say "custom can over the barrel."

Is it a real suppressor, or just a barrel cover made to look like one?
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Fake can barrel cover not a licensed suppressor

No licensed suppressor, just a custom machined can that covers the threaded Tactical Solutions barrel. It is slick though in that the barrel is supported on both ends and with the threaded end, it could accept a suppressor.
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Interesting idea... I'll have to look those folks up. Got a website for them?
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Not bad... it would have been even slicker if they'd machine a "plug" for the stock attachment, rather than use the shortened tube & castle nut.
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http://www.customruger1022s.com/gallery.php

Web site for Heier's Custom Ruger 1022s.

It does have a short tube, with a castle nut on the back. It works for me as one of the beauties of the 10/22 and Nordic is the flexibility to change the configuration. You can't go short barrel and add a stock, but you could go long barrel and add a stock. This maintains future flexibility. I'll take a picture, but it looks fine by me as well.
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what screw should I be using to attach the pistol grip?

I have two screws for the FFT attachment, and one other big hex head screw.

But I see that there is threading where the butt stock lock plate is.
Where should I be using this larger bolt?

A bolt didn't come with my pistol grip from CAA, so I assumed this is where i should be using this. But wow it sure is tight!

Is this right?
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