1brentleysv: i have the carbon 15 and have never had any problems shooting tulammo steel
cased 223. no problems what so ever, except i had extra money because it is
Robert Clayton: Tulammo is steel cased.. He said the gun doesnt eject steel.. Just brass
Joe Highfill: I have the same setup as you minus the frontsight. Is that a low profile
front sight or standard size? Your reply would be great. Thanks.
Chris Parks: How much TulAmmo have you used? I have avoided using it but if it works
fine in this rifle, I will as it's about half the price.
CaRrYoN4: What front sight do you have on it?
gemmint77: Cool video man.
Terry Shurtleff: hey man i cant seem to install a rail system on mine.. im in the army and
got a rail system from work.. is that my problem? should i just buy a
civilian style rail?
MrMd80captain: I just ordered one mainly because of the light weight. I don't plan to hang
too many accessories on it in an effort to keep the weight down. I plan to
use only brass ammo, mainly because I want to save the cases to reload.
Right now the difference in price between brass and steel isn't enough to
make it worthwhile...especially for those who handload.
Deeagle50: Your rifle is equiped with a California compliant "bullet button".
Hbear187515: Thanks for the tip about removing the optics with slidefire!
Mike Gallaher: LOVE MINE!!!
touvx: Did u change the buttstock to mil spec? I know slide fire recommends it.
Deeagle50: The gun shop I bought it from installed it for me since it was convinient
and I had the rifle with me and they offered. They never said if they had
to change the buffer tube but they didn't charge me for one either. If it
does not have a milspec tube then it is probably not needed. 3,000+ rounds
through this rifle with the slide fire stock and no problems with it so
far. But I think I read somehwere that this rifle does have a milspec
buffer tube already anyway.
Kent Payne: I also have the same setup as yours I've put 3000 thru it NEVER EVER ANY
PROBLEM's some people claim this gun is crap I HAVE TO DISAGREE IT'S A FINE
XwP1ayawX: I just bought one of these, I've read that BM has since changed to Mil-Spec
buffer tube threads. The only real differences are the rear takedown pin is
longer than a regular aluminum receiver and the barrel nut is slightly
larger than a standard mil-spec nut.
daverock00: I got a carbon 15 a few months ago and shot probably 100 rounds of steel
case tulammo and never had a problem with it firing or ejecting... I
believe the buffer tube is commercial
zipper390: good video. Amazing you never cleaned it and it still functions properly.
ZhaoYun320: I have a problem with my Rifle. so far the Magazine Ejection button doesn't
work unless we use a pin to reach the inner knob to drop the magazine. we
recently just bought it so is there a way to fix that? to make the entire
ChasingTruth TakingFlak: Any AR worth a damn should run steel-cased ammo. There's a misconception
that steel-cased ammo isn't "meant" to be run in ARs, it is, it should be
completely fine. In my opinion, with the AR being a weapon that you should
be able to bet your life on, not running steel-cased is a deal-breaker.
Other people have said that their carbon-15s have no problem running
steel-case, so I don't really know what to believe.
endgamr: how does it compare to a dpms oracle?
SaveAmericasLiberty: I've shot about 750 WPA wolf steel case rounds with 0 problems.
Deeagle50: I made this video when the only steel case ammo I tried in it was Silver
Bear ammo. It is nickel plated steel cased ammo. I have since tried tulammo
and wolf and it runs fine. As far as this rifle goes it is strictly a range
toy and nothing else. I've got other AR's that would be my go to rifles.
ZhaoYun320: oh dude...damn...can it be removed or even bypassed?
Deeagle50: I can't compare the two because I have never shot a DPMS Oracle.
Bushmaster Carbon 15 with Slidefire Stock Review4.2
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