Jason Parker: I know Daniel Defense, Larue, and LWRC are all great, but I prefer the traditional M4 look.
Jakob W: Is there a short or long stroke piston system like the PWS in any other AR-15 platform?
Peter Angelino: I do believe that LMT uppers are forged, not machined. That is actually much more impressive.
DadLovesAlex: Fantastic review!
mark klinkhammer: if you had to choose a gas piston kit,what would it be,thank you for your time
soSOLID1: Do you think an adjustable gas block is necessary? If it is, does the LMT have a disadvantage?
VolDep45: @4:30 - I believe you are mistaken about the "piston rings". My LDubs use regular bolt rings, the same kind that is used on DI ARs. Thanks for posting the video.
John: I have a YHM Phantom 5.56 suppressor. Would you see any issues with getting the piston past the rather bulky quick disconnect muzzle device?
erniebanks88: What about PWS long stroke piston
backinthewoods adventure: great review, both high quality brother, cannot go wrong with either, own lwrc repr, but lmt on the list
Lance: Piston vs gas ? Say one these vs KAC SR15 E3 mod2 for $1980 ?! Thanks
Andrew Barrera: Can you do a video on a take-apart of the LWRC rifle? I would like to see in specific how the barrel is attached to the upper receiver.
Derek Lescrinier: Can you do a video on a take-apart of the LWRC rifle? I would like to see in specific how the barrel is attached to the upper receiver.
Quentin Belmonte: Excellent video. I like the LMT.
TheHutchinson1985: as cars go cads suck
G-Dubb13B: I wanted to know your input on the LWRC barrel I was waiting the whole time :/
mike gee: which is why I don't really go in for the "piston" system( AR are already "piston driven", except the ARs described as direct impingement, WRONGLY, don't have a piston rod); Makers should get over themselves and make more parts that have commonality- the "tier 1" makers can hang their hats on superior craftsmanship or materials, and can sell their parts to be compatible with other piston" ARs... MHO....