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Old 12-12-2009, 18:40   #6
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Originally Posted by MaximaDrvr View Post
What is the different between mid-length and carbine length gas tubes and port placement? Is one better or more reliable?
It has been suggested that the mid length is more reliable in fully auto guns.
I have not seen this. The carbine length did just fine until someone came up with the mid length.

You could go piston. It is the new thing.
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