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    Default Brethren reviews?

    I have been looking for a clone gun to shoot with a dlo trigger box and I came across Brethren website. I know they are new to the forum and I wanted to know if anyone have shot there guns before. Any insight would be helpful. Thanks. Brian

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    Also curious about them, they seem to have a great focus on quality. Considering purchasing one from them, look forward to any reviews.

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    I will be able to post something on them in a month or so. Have 2 German A2 parts kits that should be arriving today and then around 3 wks to build them. Once I have them will post pics. Currently overseas so will only be able to post the pics at this time.

    One thing I can say is they have been nothing but professional and responsive to all my questions. If that is any clue to their work then I expect to be very happy with the work I am having done.

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    nice looking gun sir..
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    Thank you very much Ghillie, that means quite a bit to us coming from you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmcintosh78 View Post
    Thank you very much Ghillie, that means quite a bit to us coming from you.
    Maybe he is just being polite.

    J/K, that is indeed a very nice looking weapon.
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    That BAP9 does indeed look very well made as do your other products. Love all the specialty / high quality parts you use. Hope to be picking one up this spring.

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    Default Brethren Builds a Superior MP5 clone

    I looked at several MP5 clones over a number of months and decided to go with the Brethren Armament BAP9. It is a finely built weapon. I went with the Brethren build because their company seemed committed to make a better MP5. The most obvious improvement is the welded on picatinny rail. Purists might argue that the rail is welded right over where the serial number should go and there is nothing wrong with a claw mounted scope. But, I would argue to improve something you have to be ready to make changes to it. The rail is a change and it adds to the MP5 design.

    I have to admit that I've never fired a HK built MP5. But, I've fired many 9mm handguns and a 9mm AR-15. None of those firearms had the feel that the BAP9 had when it was being fired. Between the trigger and the recoil, firing the BAP9 was smooth, smooth, smooth.

    I have had an extended email conversation with Quinn at Brethren Armament about the features of the BAP9 and some possible improvements. I am amazed at how responsive he was to my concerns and ideas. He and I have discussed a custom build 9mm rifle based upon the BAP9 receiver. Because of the experience I've had with the BAP9 pistol and the exceptional customer service from Quinn. I've given him the go ahead to build the gun and I can't wait until it is completed. Once I've had a chance to get the gun to the range, I'll post pictures and a performance review.

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    put in an order last week, cant wait to get it

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