There's one of these for sale on subguns, it's expensive, but the only belt fed weapon in 5.56 for individual transfer is the Stoner (at least that I'm aware of) and they go for about 60K. I'm hoping somebody knows something about the Shrike and can give me some honest feedback as to the reliablity, functioning, etc (aside from the price).
Fightlite MCR Belt-Fed AR Uppers: The Secret Ingredient is NO Modification of Your Lower. I just got a look at the FightLite Industries MCR Belt Fed AR-15 Upper Receiver.
Belts: Swiss Maxim Colt 1917/19 BMG .30 & .50 Maxim 8 mm, 7.62x54R, Turkish Colt Vickers 30-06 MG34/42 Schwarzlose cloth & metallic Czech VZ-59 Czech ZB-37
FN America M249S, Semi-automatic Rifle, 556NATO, 18.5" Chrome Lined Cold Hammer Forged Barrel, Black Finish, Ergonomic Polymer Stock, Standard Disintegrating Link Belt-Fed 56460
Lady3Gun (Lisa Marie Judy) firing a belt-fed full-auto ARES Defense MCR at a range in Melbourne, FL.
Aug 21, 2010 · SIG Sauer 556 Forum. Forums > General Forums > 556 Discussions > Dented brass. Discussion in '556 Discussions' started by Belt Fed, Aug 18, 2010. ... Belt Fed, Aug 18 ...
May 10, 2012 · The innovative SHRIKE 5.56 upper receiver is designed to fit any MIL-SPEC quality AR-15/M16/M4-type lower receiver and features a dual-feed system, allowing users to configure the SHRIKE 5.56 from magazine to belt fed in seconds without modification to the lower receiver.
TLMG-556: POR: THOR Light Belt-Fed Machine Gun 7.62 NATO: TLMG-762: POR: THOR M2HB Heavy Belt-Fed Machine Gun .50 BMG: TM2HB: $9,600.00: THOR M3AC Heavy Belt-Fed ...