Re: New A1 failure to feed
Anti-rotation pins will cause short-stroking. It's not the gas system or the buffer failing, it's the friction acting on the BCG slowing it down too much. You should only use those on something like a pre-86 transferable NFA lower where wearing out the pin holes is an actual issue.
So wait, your first post said you were having FTF issues with 55gr ball, but now you stated you're using both HP and FMJ, but only the HP has FTF with aluminum GI mags?SIMODshooter wrote: ↑Wed Dec 09, 2020 3:01 pmI attempted to run some wolf HP since I accidentally bought 250 rounds
The HP sticks on left feed ram. Zero issues with the left feed ramp with the 55gr or 62gr ammo on left feed ramp..
I have the standard weight buffer in it now ordering a lighter buffer next week.
Hopefully I can get the dam thing to run without issues I bought a total of four 14.5 uppers
Which projectile were you using when you came to the conclusion of the feed ramps being the issue on your previous post, FMJ or HP/open-tip?
I'm having a hard time believing that a Lancer, Troy, PMag, and Hexmag all have the exact same repeatable issue in two different uppers while a aluminum GI mag does not.