Probably true. People are usually much more likely to post a bad review of a rifle than a good review it seems.eh, I think they are way more hit than miss. I've only seen one, maybe two issues that people have had with them over the last few years, and they have built a TON of rifles.
Wow, I would have figured that Florida would have better rules for firearms on campus. I go to school at the University of Nebraska, but am from New Jersey. Needless to say, it is a rather pleasant change.Holy shit that's awesome. While Florida is good with gun laws unfortunately we aren't allowed to bring them on campus...even if you have military training and hold a CWP. I can't even keep my Glock 19 in my car for fear that ill get found out and then it'll just be a shit storm and prison time. Funny thing too, I go to University of Central Florida, the same place that was on the news a few months back because someone tried shooting up one of the dorms, botched it and killed himself.
Yes, all is needed is to weld the muzzle brake and trim the lugs off the bayonet lug. Of course block the mags to 15 rounds too. I likely won't do all this though and will probably leave the rifle in Nebraska while I go home for summer. I have plenty of rifles at home that its not a big deal to leave one here.so are you allowed to have that rifle in NJ?
I have heard that the barrels used to be Green Mountain Barrels, but are now ESS Solutions barrels. I have experience with ESS Ar15 barrels and they have always been excellent. I wouldn't expect the ak74 barrel to be any different. The chrome in my barrel looks excellent, although I have yet to test the accuracy of this barrel.I wonder how these barrels compare to a Saiga barrel, or a Romanian one like you see in the M10 rifles.
People often ask me which entry level 74 is the best option, and I never know what to tell them.