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Old 07-04-2020, 11:11 AM
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If you have a Bentz Chamber in that barrel, I would strongly recommend that you Do Not run Stingers through it.

The .22 caliber CCI Stinger has a longer case than a .22 caliber Long Rifle case. The extra length of the case allows it to get shoved into the very beginning edge of the rifling grooves by the bolt when it closes.

Not a good thing for that chamber.

Unless you have a barrel with a Sporter Chamber..........leave the Stingers on the shelf.
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That's good to know, I haven't heard of that being an issue. I don't know what chamber TI uses, I mainly wanted to make sure the other rounds were actually subsonic.
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Horsefly is correct; Stinger is like trying to load 11 pounds of horse manure, into a 10 pound bag... not good.
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I haven't used an SBA3 but the 4 feels absolutely amazing. The polished bolt is very, very smooth. You have to be careful not to put scratches in it. Its feels really slick in the reciever, which I was worried it wouldn't because of the texture of the anodizing.

Here is another quick pic with the stuff that came in today, I'll take some glamour shots when the mags come in on Monday. The 3D printed grip isn't ready yet so I tossed the Houge on. Loving how it turned out!

That looks cool. Canít decide on building one like yours or one off the Enoch industries chassis.

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I looked into the Enoch brand chassis and really couldn't figure out what would justify the cost over the PMACA. I suppose if you just had to have M-LOK then that isn't an option with PMACA. Anyways here are some better pics.
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I think I found a good gap-bridger for those who might only have a semi-auto but think it's a "much" for starting a kid on. I bought a 500rnd brick of the Colibri, and it's quite accurate and will feed from the magazine if you work the the bolt manually. I've used the Super Colibri quite a bit in a rifle, and the Colibri works great on the pistol length barrel.
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