So far, I have not been disappointed with my mid-length. Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page:. And would you have a good primer on what effects the cycling speed of a rifle and what is ideal so we can get a better idea of the nuts and bolts behind what makes a gun work and what makes a gun choke? Because shorter gas systems return higher pressure, the dwell time should be less than that of a full-length rifle system. And let's not focus on port location entirely. However if you purchase something of quality Daniel Defense, BCM, etc you may encounter issues with a
I'm looking to get a "/" barrel (with pinned muzzle device) and wanted some opinions on a mid length or carbine gas system.
I have a " Colt (carbine gas) with a pinned and welded BCM Mod1 (") compensator. I don't have a " mid length gas rifle to compare it to. I have been looking at picking up one of PSA's Midlength " uppers when they come back in stock.
MidLength vs. Carbine
I have a carbine upper with the CHF. This year it's the performance of a mid-gas system on an M4 carbine. . a mid length 16 in barrel opposed to a carbine length in barrel.
Originally Posted By SD carbine uppers are gone almost everything is mid leagnth now-a -days I can't tell the difference from a Originally Posted By bfoosh The higher the port pressure the more "aggressive" the recoil impulse.
I owned both lengths and would stick with 16" if I had to only pick one.
barrel mid or carbine length gas systems
Mid-length gas systems, an elegant solution to a problem created by legislation, not battlefield doctrine. As for the comment about the 16" being over gassed as compared to the Garner Newbie Apr 6, BCM barrels are phosphated before installation of front sights.
The commercial carbine is the only arrangement that actually increases dwell time.
The long answer is that there are six notable benefits of a mid-length over a carbine. Apr 15, DocGKR Dr.
Midlength vs Carbine in ARCOM
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