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KG Raider M-LOK 10.5" AR15 Pistol With Shock Wave Blade In Your Choice of 5.56, 300 AAC or 7.62x.39

UPPER FEATURES:
10.5" 4150 Salt Bath Nitride Vanadium
Steel Micro Gas Block, and Pistol Length Gas Tube in 300AAC or Carbine Length in 5.56 or 7.62x39
9" 7075 T6 Aluminum Free Float Slim Key Mod Hand Guard
A2 Flash Hider
BCG is an M16 Style Nitride QPQ Finish
Charging Handle

KG LOWER FEATURES:
Made from a 7075-T6 Forged Aluminum Billet
Produced using state of the art CNC machining
FIRE/SAFE safety selector markings
Marked Multi Cal
The Bolt Hold Open Hole is threaded and comes with a bolt hold open screw, which allows for:
Easier installation, no more driving a roll pin just use a 1.5 hex wrench
Allows the user to remove the bolt hold open easily, handy when using a 9mm top down magazine adapter
Pistol Buffer Tube Set with Shockwave Blade

COMES WITH
1 - 30RD Magazine or
1 - 10Rd Magazine in 5.56/ 300ACC or No mag for 7.62x39 for orders going to:
MD, NJ, DC, HI, MA, NY, CT, and CO
Cook County (Chicago), IL; Aurora, IL; Cicero, IL; Franklin Park, IL; Riverdale, IL and South Bend, IN
Test Fired
Comes with KG's Lifetime Warranty: for details please see our Customer Service page or email us.

PLEASE NOTE: WE MUST HAVE A SIGNED COPY OF AN FFL BEFORE WE CAN SHIP THIS ITEM
CANNOT SHIP TO CALIFORNIA
FFL CAN BE FAXED TO 816-326-0998
OR EMAILED TO ffl@karrisguns.com

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I got a 10.5 inch marauder in 5.56 from these guys,love it runs perfect and accurate.I have not dealt with their customer service but in my experience there product is top drawer.

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Sent an email because there is a repeated buffer tube option lower down on the list for additional prices. Because the additional options aren't explained past their titles, there's no way to know what you're actually getting. Also, shockwave blade is in the title but comes down as an added price in one of the drop down boxes so the price shown is base price with nothing on it, I assume since they can't explain.

https://karrisguns.com/Raider-Mlok-10-5-pistol-SB-7.62x39-Cerakote.aspx?...

Please correct me if I'm wrong. I'm interested but I won't waste more money because they are either too lazy to proofread their coding or trying to double dip.

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I purchased the 7.62 version and didn't add any extra options. It came with the blade and I purchased extra mags from them as well.. Not sure about others experiences but they've answered all my emails in a timely manner. Good luck

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So aside from the price tag, does this hold up? Because I was just gonna go with a Galil Ace but saving 1200 would be nice too.

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Same as I paid but I didn't get a Shockwave blade ..jelly best rifle purchase i have ever made( couple years back) and now i want a full size im sure they will get my business.

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What is a Shockwave blade?

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It's the rearmost part of the pistol. Not a stock, but a blade. The part attached to the buffer tube.

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Do you offer any mag with the 7.62by 39m.m. piece

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Mine came with 1 and I purchased spare mags from them as well

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I have never had any problems with KG. I have a KG Wraith 16 in 9mm upper with KG BCG. It runs flawlessly and is a tack driver.

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Sounds like a great deal but i suggest staying away from these guys, they'll take your money but if you have any problems response times to emails are around 2 days and they wont help with any shipping if you send it back to get fixed ontop of that if you decide to return it because they couldn't fix it they charge a hefty restocking fee. Its better to pay $100 dollars more and go with some reputable company

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They couldnt fix it?? Or, you didnt allow them to fix it under warranty?

ARs arent rocket science, well actually, they were originally aircraft science, but have evolved into one of the most easy to build and fix, with readily available low priced mil spec parts, how to videos on YouTube, forums and blogs, in the world. Even if you refuse to learn to do it yourself, take that $100 extra and go to your local gunsmith who can give it a once over, change a $10 part if needed, you will have yourself a quality weapon and some change left out of your hundred dollars, meaning your total cost is still below almost all other competitors.

BTW, "an assembled and test fired upper" does not mean the mfg put 100 rounds downrange with a variety of ammo, like a user will, and I hope you cleaned and lubed it after opening the box, as cycling a full mag is way different than one or two rounds on the test range. Given that uppers dont have a serial number, they are real easy and cheap to ship for service if you do have an issue.

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The problem i faced with this company was with a $599 AR-10 and it would not fire reliably. I lubed it up with Lucas gun oil as i do with my M1A and my DSA SA58 and i fired a round of .308 or atleast i tried to fire a round but the hammer would drop with no bang 1 out of 3 shots, if it did fire it would not cycle reliably most of the time not picking up the next round or it would slide the next round way up and BCG would dent the casing. I fired every brand Academy had on the shelf and to my surprise the only ammo that cycled reliably was steel cased .308 but thats not my cup of tea, i emailed the company and on my dime sent the BCG and they sent me a new one for no reason as i asked if they inspected the old BCG and they said no. The rifle still didnt run correctly you only had to put 3 rounds in the magazine and you would have experienced a malfunction. I then sent the whole rifle on my dime and they sent it back with nothing done to it saying it worked flawless. So i sent it a third time back and told them if they couldnt fix it to return my money to which they said it ran fine, I then asked for them to send me a video of it firing flawlessly i wouldnt mind paying 5 bucks for them to fire 5 rounds on video but they didnt want to even though i recorded a few of it never working with me. Just all in all this company would take days to respond which i could forgive if they fixed the problem but then they took weeks to not do anything and then the money order they sent me with the "refund" took about a month.
From my understanding they make everything inhouse so it could be things being out of spec that caused me trouble but id hate to see anyone else have problems and be tossed aside by there customer support

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Great Deal, a whole pistol for about the same price of building your own.

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