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Old 05-16-2020, 06:51 PM
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I recently completed another Charger build, this time in an Enoch Industries Deep Six chassis. Definitely went a little overboard.

Here's a link to the article, but I'm sharing the details here, along with photos, for those that don't want to view an external link.

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Tactical Innovations Elite22 receiver
KIDD matte blued 10″ .920 barrel and KIDD drop-in trigger
Pike Arms matte "silver” match bolt and v-block with screws
JWH Custom charging handle
TandemKross KrossPins and buffer (their Guardian bolt release was added later)
Tyrant Designs grip
KAK Shockwave brace [edit] on a Thorsden adapter

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Old 05-17-2020, 04:51 AM
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Very nice looks great.
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Old 05-17-2020, 08:22 AM
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Nicely done!

Sure looks like a SIG folding brace tho'
(your list says KAK Shockwave)
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Old 05-17-2020, 09:57 AM
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Very nice looks great.
Thanks! I'm really liking the chassis. It's my 3rd, and favorite so far.
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Old 05-17-2020, 10:03 AM
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Nicely done!

Sure looks like a SIG folding brace tho'
(your list says KAK Shockwave)
In my review, I explain that a bit. The SB Tactical braces are okay, but they are pretty flimsy for the price. Then I tried the Sig, but wasn't willing to compromise with that huge ugly hinge upside down, for $200. Sig's folding brace adapter was another $100, and allowed the use of a buffer tube, but also had to be mounted upside down, and was bulbous and ugly. Finally found the Thorsden adapter, which is the smallest, but also the smartest design. With a lighter barrel (it's in the works) this will simply be a light and compact firearm, with a bit more precision than your average plinker.
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Old 05-17-2020, 02:41 PM
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So, what's the odd top piece on the Ruger receiver?
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Old 05-17-2020, 02:43 PM
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So, what's the odd top piece on the Ruger receiver?
Left side charging handle adapter. https://www.tandemkross.com/Advantag...%AE_p_216.html
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Old 05-17-2020, 04:11 PM
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So, what's the odd top piece on the Ruger receiver?
Yeah, what that other guy said. I really like the TandemKross Advantage charging handle/rail for certain builds. On a Charger, it makes sense to me to have that left side charging handle available. It's also handy for low velocity ammo/suppressor use, where you may need to clear a jam or cycle the action manually. Of course, if I was competing, I think it makes more sense than just a left side charging handle.
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Old 05-23-2020, 02:59 AM
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I recently completed another Charger build, this time in an Enoch Industries Deep Six chassis. Definitely went a little overboard.

Here's a link to the article, but I'm sharing the details here, along with photos, for those that don't want to view an external link.

Build:

Tactical Innovations Elite22 receiver
KIDD matte blued 10″ .920 barrel and KIDD drop-in trigger
Pike Arms matte "silver” match bolt and v-block with screws
JWH Custom charging handle
TandemKross KrossPins and buffer (their Guardian bolt release was added later)
Tyrant Designs grip
KAK Shockwave brace

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Braced version of this build not shown on my site:

Nice build. I want to do a Deep Six chassis build but I want to use a Kidd Receiver with rear tang. When you look at the inside of your Deep Six Chassis, does it look like there is room to machine a rear tang inlet?
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Old 05-23-2020, 11:17 AM
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Nice build. I want to do a Deep Six chassis build but I want to use a Kidd Receiver with rear tang. When you look at the inside of your Deep Six Chassis, does it look like there is room to machine a rear tang inlet?
Rather than try to answer that myself, I suggest you email the man himself - Joseph(at)enoch-industries.com

I'm not familiar with the KIDD receiver, and the only aftermarket receiver I have with a tang is a CST. It mounts on the bottom of the receiver, and is removeable.
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