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Foxtrot Mike FM15 12.5 Upper - The folding Pistol or SBR Upper to Check Out!

Foxtrot Mike FM15 12.5 Upper - The folding Pistol or SBR Upper to Check Out!

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Recently we got to check out the Foxtrot Mike FM15 16" upper/rifle but many asked, when can I get a shorter version? Well the time is now, this 12.5 upper is awesome for your pistol or SBR project. 12.5 inch barrel is a great do all length, not too long or too short, plus with this upper no buffer tube is needed. That means you can attach a folding stock or brace of your choice and the the gun can fire folded or extended.

To learn more etc. the direct links are on our website article: https://www.gunsandtactics.com/foxtrot-mike-fm15-12-5-upper

00:00 - Intro
00:53 - The 12.5” Upper is Here
02:54 - Triggrcon 2022
04:34 - Pricing and Availability
04:54 - Relevant Specs
05:16 - Initial thngs I really like
06:00 - Charging Handle
06:44 - Adjustable Gas Block / Suppressed
07:45 - Under the Hood - Parts Detail and Up Close
08:42 - Barrel Extension and Barrel Nut
09:54 - Gas Block Pinning
10:48 - Bolt Carrier
11:42 - Lower Receiver Adaptor - Stock Options
14:06 - The issue I ran into - Lower Rec Issue
15:42 - Wrapping Up

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