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Old 12-10-2012, 07:21 AM   #1
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M400 Enhanced - Upgrades

Hey I'm thinking of replacing several parts on my new M400. Does anyone have experience or feedback on changing out the following parts?

Spikes Tactical NIB BCG
spikes Tactical Battle Trigger
Spikes H2 Buffer
spikes Spring


I'd appreciate any suggestions.

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Old 12-10-2012, 08:03 AM   #2
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It depends on what you are trying to achieve. What are you using it for and how often will you be shooting?
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Old 12-10-2012, 08:27 AM   #3
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I'll be using the rifle as a cross over, both close and far shooting, >25yds and out to <100. I frequently shoot a couple hundred rounds a month and I'm looking for feedback on these parts to add to the performance of the weapon.
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If you're looking for just run and gun combat accuracy, then most likely these components will not help you drastically. If you're looking to shoot tiny groups, then by all means get the trigger. If you're wanting to bring run times down, then components that lessen recoil are the way to go. Otherwise, go with customizations that increase ergonomics; like a rubber grip that lengthens the distance to the trigger or a foregrip. Don't slip into the illusion that you need a bunch of "tacticool" accessories that in all reality won't help you much.
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Look at it this way: You are shooting a semi-automatic firearm that is capable of cycling fifteen times per second. Is a slicked-up bolt carrier group going to help you much at all? How about that trigger? Sometimes lighter, crisper triggers help bring the semi-auto fire rate up, but if you are already pulling the trigger ten times per second, then I doubt you'll be getting much of a performance upgrade. Like I said, if you're shooting little tiny cloverleafs on paper, then the game changes.
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Don't slip into the illusion that you need a bunch of "tacticool" accessories that in all reality won't help you much.
Likely the best advice you'll get in this thread. So many spend good money on useless things.
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I vote for the trigger. Only the trigger. On my m400 its a target shooter. for 50 bucks its worth the money. My 716 will be getting one also as Its my deer slayer and closer I am on shot the better.

$50 bucks on the trigger save the other $$$ for the hookers and blow...
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Most would benefit from a good trigger or perhaps just a bit of polishing on your existing trigger (I have had success with the latter). You truly will not notice any performance gains from the rest of the items on your list. RRA and Armalite both make outstanding triggers. Not sure about Spikes Tactical.

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/$50 bucks on the trigger save the other $$$ for the hookers and blow...
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