Piston ARs vs Gas ARs

James Yeager

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6 comments

  1. Darren Cordier

    James, Is there a difference when running suppressed? I have both piston and gas ARs and whole heartedly agree with you. I have been considering getting a suppressor and know there are adjustable gas systems and piston systems. I was wondering if there is a potential benefit there?

      • Darren Cordier

        Yea, I do. I got in the habbit of calling it a suppressor because of the idgits that think silencers make the gun silent. With that corrected, is there a benefit or not when using a silencer? I’m seriously interested.

  2. Dave Rosland

    Thank you for posting this. After assembling hundreds of AR’s for people over the years – people who I (wrongly) assumed should have known better, I cringed every time I heard the question of “should I go with a piston setup?” come up. Piston setups on AR’s seemed like a marketing departments answer to a problem that didn’t exist. DI works great.