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Old 01-22-2014, 01:10 AM   #31
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Is that the composition for the Midnight Black? Me want.. me want!!

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Default Being born as a Pistol, but once stamped it'll be my first SBR

Well build stage 1 is complete.... stage 2 will be the transformation from pistol to sbr once stamp arrives. Here are the details....

LOWER
Aero Precision limited edition pew pew pew lower reciever
ALG ACT trigger with JP enterprises reduced power springs
Trigger also came with a lower build kit (Brownells) i used a few parts out of it.
High Velocity arms Ambi-mag release
Rock River safety selector
Dead on Arms machined trigger guard
Magpul MOE K2 grip
Pistol buffer tube with carbine buffer and spring
SigTac SB15 pistol stabilizing brace

UPPER
Aero Precision stripped upper
PSA upper parts kit
QPQ Nitrided BCG from Lord of War
MAS Defense Nitrided 8" 300 BLK 1/8 twist barrel
Seekins Precision adjustable gas block
Noveske KX3 flaming pig
9" Samson Evolution Handguard with Samson hand stop
Ergo rail covers
SigTac CP1 3X prismatic rifle scope
Rainier Arms Raptor charging handle

Can't wait to get to shoot this thing! The balance and feel is great.

I even went ahed and engraved my trust info into the lower before coating, so that once stamp arrives all I will have to do is shange the buffer tube and put on stock. Of course I photoshopped out the name of the trust in the pics..... The coating is once again Cerakote. This time I went with Burnt bronze with a bit of Graphite black mixed in with it.

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