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    My 10/31 & 10/31k don't have a metal filler
    Sorry about the double pic

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    Thank you kindly friend, appreciate it!
    The world may continue to spin again ha ha!
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    Quote Originally Posted by beltfed View Post
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    My 10/31 & 10/31k don't have a metal filler
    Sorry about the double pic
    Did you remove that filler fin thing, or did you ordered it without it? Or did it just come that way? It looks kinda cool that way

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    Just FYI everyone per Ms. Jackie/Lage "The MAX-10/31k does not have the trigger guard filler." Take that one to the bank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mackjack View Post
    Did you remove that filler fin thing, or did you ordered it without it? Or did it just come that way? It looks kinda cool that way
    I agree it gives it the mp 40 look
    FFL/C&R

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    Ok, so why does the Max-31C have it and can I remove it?

    Never mind, looking at it I do not believe it can be removed. At least by me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodenword View Post
    Ok, so why does the Max-31C have it and can I remove it?

    Never mind, looking at it I do not believe it can be removed. At least by me.
    Yes seems a bit odd one has it and one does not, only Mr. Lage would know.

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    M11a1 m31k and m11/9 m31c

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    Very Nice pair ya have there Ray!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 762ray View Post
    Which one runs smoother? I would assume m11/9 since it has few more inches of back travel? Or do they feel the same?

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    ^ since I’ve shot both, the bolt travel is the same. The 31c has a 2” spacer block making it equal to the 31k. That being said my 31c had an additional buffer stack and the red dot had a smaller dance pattern on the target (smoother) than the other gun that didn’t have additional spacers.

    Similar to adding buffers to an Uzi to smooth it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hey... View Post
    ^ since I’ve shot both, the bolt travel is the same. The 31c has a 2” spacer block making it equal to the 31k. That being said my 31c had an additional buffer stack and the red dot had a smaller dance pattern on the target (smoother) than the other gun that didn’t have additional spacers.

    Similar to adding buffers to an Uzi to smooth it out.
    I appreciate the info. I would probably order a 31k right now for my m11a1 if I wasn’t so optimistic about the max11a1/15 rifle upper getting approval. It’s tempting tho

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    Get both! - I'm in the same boat, but you can't trust the crooks in DC to do the right thing, especially anything related to 2A rights. Why risk trusting them not to steal even more of our rights? Not fear mongering, just the reality.

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    They are both really smooth, I have only shot the m31C one drum,So I don’t have that much time behind it .I put a CFW-A bolt In the 31K A1 but needed a longer ejection rod because the bolt is shorter didn’t know which one to use any advice ? I seen a video Vegas SMG doing it I don’t know exactly what he used

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hey... View Post
    Got you guys some pics.




    Yes the color is darker than my buddyís 31k but Iíve always liked HK black which this one is close to.











    Compact package. Thank you Lage!!!





    I havenít bought a Lage folding stock yet because didnít know if I needed low or high version until I checked out the dot on this gun. The wire stock seems a touch too low, the AR stock has a better check hold with the dot being center of the scope.



    Stock at proper length of pull and dudeíd out with the can itís AR15 carbine length. Not bad for a full package.


    Headed to the range now. Probably no video as itís a bunch of strangers that will think Iím an alien from Pluto firing drums of full auto at todayís ammo prices. For me itíll be like eating at the best steakhouse. Wanted one of these for years.
    How are the ergonomics with the drum? I am really on the fence if I should get on a waiting list for the MK 2 as well because it looks pretty close to uncomfortable. Thanks,
    Lee

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    It’s comfortable for me.

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    I’m 5’ 7” and with the forward canted grip, I have no problems with a drum.


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    You need the forward grip. With it there’s no ergonomic issue at all.

    The only thing you’ll notice is the weight of a loaded drum out front. You feel the inertia carrying it around.

    Feels like driving a big 1980’s Cadillac around curves at speed.

    I’m keeping my 31 upper on it all the time as it’s pretty wicked to shoot and drums are easy to load.

    My stock upper and cfw bolt are now safe queens.

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