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About incomanto

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  1. I have a GBBR M4 that I bought a long time ago and haven't used for at least several years. It's a tan colored receiver with all tan colored magpul accessories (hand guard, pistol grip, stock). The markings on the rifle say it's a Stag Arms and the branding on the box was SOCOM Gear iirc. Anyway, I'm moving soon to another country and don't think I want to bother trying to get these old airsoft guns of mine that I don't even use through customs, but I would like to take with me any parts for that GBBR M4 that would fit onto a real AR-15. I'm obviously going to take the magpul furniture, and some of the lower receiver parts look like they'll fit an AR-15 (just eyeballing them, it looks like the mag release and take down pins can be saved...maybe a couple of other bits). But what I'm really not sure about is whether the A-frame front sight is a functional gas block that would work on a real rifle, or just a decorative piece of metal. It seems like the other magpul parts are all just off-the-shelf rifle parts no different to you'd buy for a real rifle, but this is the one part I'm considering that will actually need to deal with some of the serious stresses of live fire. If anyone's got an experience with this, or knows where they source the parts from when building these, it would be greatly appreciated.
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