Savage msr 224 valkyrie

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Re: Savage msr 224 valkyrie

Postby Bearcatrp on Mon Apr 09, 2018 5:12 pm

Pistol. Not paying the $200 extortion fee! Those thieves already got $200 from me for a suppressor.
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Re: Savage msr 224 valkyrie

Postby Ghost on Mon Apr 09, 2018 5:17 pm

Bearcatrp wrote:Pistol. Not paying the $200 extortion fee! Those thieves already got $200 from me for a suppressor.

It’s worth it. Get one and change uppers. A 12” suppressed grendel SBR would be very nice.
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Re: Savage msr 224 valkyrie

Postby Bearcatrp on Mon Apr 09, 2018 8:09 pm

A 12 inch pistol will do the same thing, with $200 bucks to spend on other things instead of giving it to a corrupt government hell bent on taking money on something that should not be collecting money on.
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Re: Savage msr 224 valkyrie

Postby Holland&Holland on Mon Apr 09, 2018 8:34 pm

Bearcatrp wrote:A 12 inch pistol will do the same thing, with $200 bucks to spend on other things instead of giving it to a corrupt government hell bent on taking money on something that should not be collecting money on.


A pistol tube and a stock are not in the same category when it comes to functionality. Just saying. But to each their own.
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Re: Savage msr 224 valkyrie

Postby Ghost on Mon Apr 09, 2018 8:42 pm

Holland&Holland wrote:
Bearcatrp wrote:A 12 inch pistol will do the same thing, with $200 bucks to spend on other things instead of giving it to a corrupt government hell bent on taking money on something that should not be collecting money on.


A pistol tube and a stock are not in the same category when it comes to functionality. Just saying. But to each their own.

Very true, I did the pistol thing first. The SBR is much nicer.
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Re: Savage msr 224 valkyrie

Postby xd ED on Mon Apr 09, 2018 8:56 pm

Ghost wrote:
Bearcatrp wrote:Pistol. Not paying the $200 extortion fee! Those thieves already got $200 from me for a suppressor.

It’s worth it. Get one and change uppers. A 12” suppressed grendel SBR would be very nice.


I've never looked too deep into SBRs. Does one register the lower only (with the option of multiple uppers/ different calibers), or is it the complete rifle, with a specific caliber notation?
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Re: Savage msr 224 valkyrie

Postby Ghost on Mon Apr 09, 2018 9:31 pm

xd ED wrote:
Ghost wrote:
Bearcatrp wrote:Pistol. Not paying the $200 extortion fee! Those thieves already got $200 from me for a suppressor.

It’s worth it. Get one and change uppers. A 12” suppressed grendel SBR would be very nice.


I've never looked too deep into SBRs. Does one register the lower only (with the option of multiple uppers/ different calibers), or is it the complete rifle, with a specific caliber notation?

Lower only but you register it in its primary configuration. You should always be able to revert back to primary configuration unless you formally update the ATF with the new specs.

It can be a 5.56 one day, grendel another and 300BO for the weekend.
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Re: Savage msr 224 valkyrie

Postby Bearcatrp on Tue Apr 10, 2018 6:09 am

Holland&Holland wrote:
Bearcatrp wrote:A 12 inch pistol will do the same thing, with $200 bucks to spend on other things instead of giving it to a corrupt government hell bent on taking money on something that should not be collecting money on.


A pistol tube and a stock are not in the same category when it comes to functionality. Just saying. But to each their own.

Take a look at the 1st post with pic of the short barrel pistol. Look at that stock. One of the newer braces that extends. Still a pistol! Will work the same as a sbr. Just don’t do it in public!
https://www.ar15.com/forums/AR-15/6-5-G ... tom#bottom
Here is a link to the brace....
https://www.maximdefense.com/product/ma ... -for-ar15/
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Re: Savage msr 224 valkyrie

Postby Holland&Holland on Tue Apr 10, 2018 6:12 am

Bearcatrp wrote:
Holland&Holland wrote:
Bearcatrp wrote:A 12 inch pistol will do the same thing, with $200 bucks to spend on other things instead of giving it to a corrupt government hell bent on taking money on something that should not be collecting money on.


A pistol tube and a stock are not in the same category when it comes to functionality. Just saying. But to each their own.

Take a look at the 1st post with pic of the short barrel pistol. Look at that stock. One of the newer braces that extends. Still a pistol! Will work the same as a sbr. Just don’t do it in public!
https://www.ar15.com/forums/AR-15/6-5-G ... tom#bottom


Not as stable as a stock. Look do what you want but a stock it is not.
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Re: Savage msr 224 valkyrie

Postby Bearcatrp on Tue Apr 10, 2018 6:34 am

True about a stock. If the atf would get rid of the engraving crap, along with some of the other crap of requirements of a sbr, would consider going sbr.
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Re: Savage msr 224 valkyrie

Postby TommyMN on Tue Apr 10, 2018 8:31 am

[quote="Holland&Holland

Not as stable as a stock. Look do what you want but a stock it is not.[/quote][/quote]

Use a sb sba3 and a stock. Close your eyes and tell me which is which. I can’t tell the difference
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Re: Savage msr 224 valkyrie

Postby Bearcatrp on Tue Apr 10, 2018 10:54 am

TommyMN wrote:[quote="Holland&Holland

Not as stable as a stock. Look do what you want but a stock it is not.
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Use a sb sba3 and a stock. Close your eyes and tell me which is which. I can’t tell the difference[/quote]
I can't tell the difference between a regular stock and the braces on my pistols. Currently use shockwave on 2 of them. The maximum will work even better.
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Re: Savage msr 224 valkyrie

Postby crbutler on Tue Apr 10, 2018 4:29 pm

Geez guys, it's crap like this that got the braces banned before.

If you want to do this stuff, don't go on about it in public.
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Re: Savage msr 224 valkyrie

Postby Holland&Holland on Tue Apr 10, 2018 9:21 pm

TommyMN wrote:[quote="Holland&Holland

Not as stable as a stock. Look do what you want but a stock it is not.
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Use a sb sba3 and a stock. Close your eyes and tell me which is which. I can’t tell the difference[/quote]

Deal.

You are bringing the ammo right?
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Re: Savage msr 224 valkyrie

Postby Holland&Holland on Tue Apr 10, 2018 9:23 pm

Bearcatrp wrote:True about a stock. If the atf would get rid of the engraving crap, along with some of the other crap of requirements of a sbr, would consider going sbr.


Not happy about it either but the engraving is not that bad and kinda cool to be listed as the manufacturer. The $200? Well you have to pay to play. I've blown more on less.
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