New front-adjustable AGR for MR308/762 - Page 6
Page 6 of 6 FirstFirst ... 4 5 6
Results 51 to 53 of 53
Like Tree3Likes

Thread: New front-adjustable AGR for MR308/762

  1. #51
    Desperately Needs Treatment
    Drooler's Avatar
    Join Date : Apr 2011
    Location : Mid West
    Posts : 1,068
    31 Post(s)


    Quote Originally Posted by RegularGuy461969 View Post
    @Drooler , @Oicani , @baljar , @dms16 and @caf82313 :

    Reviving this old thread as I have finally turned my MR762 back into a true 762. I had the 12" 417 barrel removed and the original 16" re-installed along with the the Burk AGB and a SF 3 Prong FH. All work completed by our very own @Marine0303 ; as an old Brit I know likes to say, "Top Notch, Top Notch!".

    I will post pics later and a range report when I am able to shoot this beast with my SF SOCOM762 RC2. Hopefully that will be next weekend.

    I have to keep my HK OEM G28/417 V2 Patrol Hand Guard on the rifle so I am able to manipulate the gas regulator. This means I cannot attach a bi-pod any further forward than mid-gas block.
    Thanks for flagged this. I was not aware there was an AGB.

    Normally, I like keeping my stuff 100% OEM unless there is a good reason (i.e., SureFire flash hider QD so I can attach the SureFire suppressor, Geissele trigger, etc.).

    I have 2 MR762s. One I left the barrel length as is. The other I chopped it down to 13". Although the 13" barrel works great when suppressed, it has issues cycling when shooting without a suppressor.

    I don't see myself shooting the 13" MR762 without a suppressor (my head hurts when shooting the 10.4" HK416 without a suppressor let alone the 7.62 caliber), but what happens in the 1% chance the suppressor gets stolen by a feral zombie??

    Jokes aside, I wish I had a gas block that allows me to shoot suppressed and non suppressed without any cycling issues. I understand the laws of physics means that my MR762 is cycling too hard when shooting with the suppressor (if if cycles reliably without a suppressor), but I personally prefer non adjustable gas blocks. One less thing to futz around. One less thing to forget to adjust, etc.

    I am probably going to lean towards keeping my OEM gas block, but definitely appreciate the heads-up.

    Do post pics when it is done!!

  2. #52
    Unrepentant HKHolic
    RegularGuy461969's Avatar
    Join Date : Mar 2015
    Location : By the Great Shell Bay
    Posts : 2,960
    49 Post(s)


    Posting pics of the new Rig with Burk AGB. Enjoy and stop slobbering on my HK's

    Last edited by RegularGuy461969; 05-29-2019 at 06:46 PM.
    "Just because you're paranoid doesn’t mean they're not after you!"

  3. #53
    Unrepentant HKHolic
    caf82313's Avatar
    Join Date : Apr 2014
    Location : Republic of Texas
    Posts : 4,754
    90 Post(s)


    Quote Originally Posted by RegularGuy461969 View Post
    Posting pics of the new Rig with one of the old set up. Enjoy and stop slobbering on my HK's
    Looks nice but that 16" is just screaming for my Big/ManSized 417 Rail/AdjGB JS
    HK HK HK HK HK HK HK .. U.S.A Hidden Content

Page 6 of 6 FirstFirst ... 4 5 6

Sponsored Links


Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts

Search tags for this page

haenel mk556

waffen burk gas block mr 308
Click on a term to search for related topics.