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Old 03-18-2011, 09:38 PM   #1
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Default Almost done!!!!!

Need the bolt and carrier assembly, the dark earth panels, the flash suppressor which is on its way, the dark earth backup sights and the stainless red dot on my wish list!!!!!! Then tighten everything down and I can finally SHOOT my baby!!!!





Sorry, on a cell phone.....little blurry.



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Old 03-18-2011, 10:49 PM   #2
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Looking good. What kind of flash hider are you going with?



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Looking good. What kind of flash hider are you going with?
I have a Yankee Hill Machine Muzzle Brake Phantom 5C2 Aggressive 1/2"-28 Thread AR-15 Parkerized on back order, but I am currently looking at several stainless and will cancel the Yankee Hill break if I find one that I really like. I kind of want the stainless to match the accessories, but have not found one that really "does it" for me yet.
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Old 03-19-2011, 02:09 AM   #4
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looks good
have fun when you get her together

if you don't mind me asking, how much did it set you back? approximately

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Looking good! Hope the rest of the parts get in soon...

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Excellent looking stick.

I can vouge for the YHM break, it's a hell of a good piece of kit. But, if it isn't your style, then get the one that is because it's your rifle at the end of the day.

Looking forward to the final, finished product and a range report.

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looks good
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if you don't mind me asking, how much did it set you back? approximately
Only around 900 or so at this point. I like to find deals and although eBay can be a nightmare, it can be your friend too. Same with gun broker. End product will be around 1200 to 1300 total. Worth so much more.
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Only around 900 or so at this point. I like to find deals and although eBay can be a nightmare, it can be your friend too. Same with gun broker. End product will be around 1200 to 1300 total. Worth so much more.
sounds good to me.
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Need the bolt and carrier assembly....
Just saw this on AIM Surplus:
R-Guns Nickel Boron Complete Bolt Carrier Group

Kinda fits with your silver and shiny theme.
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Just saw this on AIM Surplus:
R-Guns Nickel Boron Complete Bolt Carrier Group

Kinda fits with your silver and shiny theme.
EXCELLENT! I decided to go with the les bear nickle but that one is 50 cheaper! Glad I didn't order yet! THANKS!


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