Monday, June 21, 2010
I just picked up the new 16" Troy CQB upper. I 'm in the process of assembling a super lightweight carbine and I don't know of an upper that comes lighter than this. I chose to stick with 16" for the legal ease of traveling. Troy is going to make a 10" version as well for those that desire an even lighter, smaller package. Both will be available real soon on the Troy website.
Check out how small the rail is. You can really drive this gun. I have about 200 rds through it (including up close speed stuff) and have not noticed any more heat issues than a normal quad rail. I attribute this to the number of holes cut in it. I'll update more on heat later when I can use it for an entire class.
Medieval flash suppressor
Troy's bomber folders
I love this! Rail only where you NEED/WANT it. It attaches with a really smart countersuck screw/back piece.
16" of Ni-Corr lined, hammer forged goodness in, of course...a 1/7 twist.
I'll be putting this on a special lower and using a special optic......stay tuned
Posted by Kyle at 9:03 AM