GUN finally completed my AR

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  1. Willie J

    Willie J New Member

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    so im gonna whore some pics.

    RRA Elite CAR A4
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    Dumbstixlars Ron Paul/AR-15/Glock/old car/Scooby/R/C croo OT Supporter

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    Small Block LSX BMW | N54 | LSX | Gun | PS3 | Parent | Night CREW

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    Nice :bigthumb:
     
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    SO nice! I hope to do this in the near future. If you dont me me asking what did it cost you to build w/o the scope and light. Shoot me a PM, thanks.
     
  7. Yes I am also interested in doing something like this please hit me up with some details.
     
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    Very nice!!!
     
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    cossack Resident thread killer

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    why is your 68 so far forward, you cant zero it accurately
     
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    in my 32" Blackhawk case with Mamba sling. Have a Maglevel on the way. im thinking a suppressor or 3x aimpoint for my next move
     
  11. Willie J

    Willie J New Member

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    i had no problem zeroing it. i have my irons at 100 and my reddot 50. they hit dead on. ill get my targets and take some pics tomorrow
     
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    how do ya like that Mamba
     
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    Willie J New Member

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    really good. has the stabilizing strap to keep the sling from interfering with the optics
     
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    Wanna build me one!!!! !?!?! :bigok: :drool:
     
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    they really aren't that hard, and it's good to learn how they work by building it yourself (cheaper, as well)
     
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    Dizzy89 Save a tree, eat a beaver

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    Very nice
     
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    idleprocess Bring a dollar with you baby in the cold cold grou

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    Lowers are stupidly easy to build, especially if you have somewhat more patience and mechanical inclination than I do. I build mine using a (glass!) kitchen table, a CD stand (as a workbench whenever I needed to hammer on something), some electrical tape to protect the finish, a small hammer, a small square-drive screwdriver (for lack of a centerpunch), some needle-nose pliers, a castle nut wrench, a hex wrench, and some assistance from richk. Depending on your dexterity/mechanical inclination and how well things go, it will take 30 minutes to 2 hours to finish.

    I don't know how difficult it is to build uppers, but I hear they're not too difficult to build if you buy a set of go/no-go gauges for spacing the barrell and an armorer's wrench (displaces the dedicated castle nut wrench).
     

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