.308 FG42 TII
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Take a look at this cool video! www.youtube.com/watch?v=jN4lvZbAe04
Here are a couple of short vids of the .308 version firing ammo out of a M1A mag. :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NyQ9xVYC_7k and http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C9LQ5RTBzNQ&list=UUx_82n4MtZMg13c_n0-Lt6A&index=2&feature=plcp
We are making a list for those interested in buying the FG42 in .308 and if you want to be on that list please write us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The price is the same for the 8mm rifle – $5,495.00.
A little more info…..
The mags used are M1A mags with a different mag catch/notch cut and using the slightly narrowed (in the front only) G3 follower and spring to get away from the bolt stop on the follower that the original M1A mag has. This sounds like a big deal but G3 mags are cheap and it is the best thing we have come up with yet that works 100% over and over again. The stock M1A mag will work simply by cutting the new mag catch but once the bolt has driven it down into the mag body after the last round a few times it starts to cause feed issues.
We have shot the .308 rifle enough without any issues that we will be building that rifle using the M1A mag with the re-dimensioned mag adapter and mag doors.
Attached pics are of the .308 rifle sides as they are on a 8mm cut receiver with the .308 mag adapter and 8mm length ejection port. Dimensions on the .308 adapter will be tightened so things will look even cleaner so don’t worry – we know it is not perfect.
And as always, let me know your thoughts
Pre production .308 rifle with scope but no mag doors yet utilizing M1A magazine with only mag catch modified – as compared to full production 8mm rifle.
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