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Thureon Defense GA 9mm Carbine
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I had this one on order since Christmas and it finally arrived. It is a 9mm carbine that uses any glock 9mm mags. The rifle is layed out like an Ar15, even uses some ar trigger parts and aftermarket accesories. This one is for the whole family to have fun with and should cut my rifle ammo consumption down a bit especially since prices have gone to ridiculous levels. Eventually after we have played with it enough will cerakote it as well. We will try it out early Sat morning at Easton Fish and Game and hopefully have no issues. Here are a couple of pictures.
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Sweet! Can't wait for the range report.
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Figures. I have to work on Sat!Angry
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Figures. I have to work on Sat!Angry
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Steve you no where to find me hit me up on one of your days off -you know these firearms have to be thoroughly broken in before cerakoting anything.
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Brian Ahearn;91996 Wrote:[quote=spblademaker;91991]
Figures. I have to work on Sat!Angry
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Steve you no where to find me hit me up on one of your days off -you know these firearms have to be thoroughly broken in before cerakoting anything.

hmmmm.... might have to make a trip up to Easton again! I was just there Sunday for IDPA, but I could be persuaded to come up again, despite having to endure that 1 lane road against the mountain.

LOL! Looking forward to the report.
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bigdawgbeav;92007 Wrote:
Brian Ahearn;91996 Wrote:[quote=spblademaker;91991]
Figures. I have to work on Sat!Angry
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Steve you no where to find me hit me up on one of your days off -you know these firearms have to be thoroughly broken in before cerakoting anything.

hmmmm.... might have to make a trip up to Easton again! I was just there Sunday for IDPA, but I could be persuaded to come up again, despite having to endure that 1 lane road against the mountain.

LOL! Looking forward to the report.

The first 300 rounds went down range this morning with out a hitch - the rifle fed flawlessly. I forgot to bring the tool to adjust the front sight post with so we will finish that process tomorrow at 12 noon when we shoot it some more. We compensated the sights by using the red dot of the reflex sight placed on the head of our target at 50 yards and that dropped our shots in center mass. Basically today we just had fun with it tomorrow we will focus on adjusting the sights and reflex. I will have to hit Steve up to bring his chrono done so i can see what kind of muzzle velocity that this carbine has. At 25 yards you can't miss even with the mis adjusted sights. Definitely a fun rifle which I am sure my wife will enjoy to shoot as well as my 2 sons. The 9mm will help cut down on my rifle ammo expenses as well. Currently my wife's rifle of choice is the M-1 carbine and that ammo is getting a bit pricey now. We will take some range pics and target pics tomorrow as well. P.s. the 50 round drum was flawless as well -fed great.
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Brian Ahearn;92410 Wrote:
bigdawgbeav;92007 Wrote:hmmmm.... might have to make a trip up to Easton again! I was just there Sunday for IDPA, but I could be persuaded to come up again, despite having to endure that 1 lane road against the mountain.

LOL! Looking forward to the report.

The first 300 rounds went down range this morning with out a hitch - the rifle fed flawlessly. I forgot to bring the tool to adjust the front sight post with so we will finish that process tomorrow at 12 noon when we shoot it some more. We compensated the sights by using the red dot of the reflex sight placed on the head of our target at 50 yards and that dropped our shots in center mass. Basically today we just had fun with it tomorrow we will focus on adjusting the sights and reflex. I will have to hit Steve up to bring his chrono done so i can see what kind of muzzle velocity that this carbine has. At 25 yards you can't miss even with the mis adjusted sights. Definitely a fun rifle which I am sure my wife will enjoy to shoot as well as my 2 sons. The 9mm will help cut down on my rifle ammo expenses as well. Currently my wife's rifle of choice is the M-1 carbine and that ammo is getting a bit pricey now. We will take some range pics and target pics tomorrow as well. P.s. the 50 round drum was flawless as well -fed great.

I'll be down on Tuesday in the training area. 9am sharp. I'll bring the chronograph.
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spblademaker;92415 Wrote:
Brian Ahearn;92410 Wrote:The first 300 rounds went down range this morning with out a hitch - the rifle fed flawlessly. I forgot to bring the tool to adjust the front sight post with so we will finish that process tomorrow at 12 noon when we shoot it some more. We compensated the sights by using the red dot of the reflex sight placed on the head of our target at 50 yards and that dropped our shots in center mass. Basically today we just had fun with it tomorrow we will focus on adjusting the sights and reflex. I will have to hit Steve up to bring his chrono done so i can see what kind of muzzle velocity that this carbine has. At 25 yards you can't miss even with the mis adjusted sights. Definitely a fun rifle which I am sure my wife will enjoy to shoot as well as my 2 sons. The 9mm will help cut down on my rifle ammo expenses as well. Currently my wife's rifle of choice is the M-1 carbine and that ammo is getting a bit pricey now. We will take some range pics and target pics tomorrow as well. P.s. the 50 round drum was flawless as well -fed great.

I'll be down on Tuesday in the training area. 9am sharp. I'll bring the chronograph.

That will work out fine. Yesterdays session went very well rifle is sighted in nicley with the last 50 round drum mag shot thru 2 ragged holes in the target on in the head and one in the chest- I will post target pics later.
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That's a lot less ugly than the "Just Right Carbine".

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Is there anything about this one that made you choose it over the JRC?
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Emptymag;92685 Wrote:That's a lot less ugly than the "Just Right Carbine".

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Is there anything about this one that made you choose it over the JRC?

Just a tad, we put the second 300 round batch of ammo thru it on Sunday -had 2 double fires right near the end of our sight in session. No failures to feed or extract-was very dirty at the end of our today session. I like it ,the last 50 round drum mag was pretty much shot thru to holes one in the head and one center mass. I will chrono it tomorrow with Steve and let him run it a bit. One we hit the thousand round mark we will tear it down and give it a nice cerakote refinish. So far I am more than happy with the function and accuracy.
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