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Old 06-26-2013, 03:54 AM   #1
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Well I've got the parts that are going out for nickel boron coating broken down as far as I can get them. They will be headed to WMD tomorrow. Then about a 4 week wait..... oh what will I do to fill my time?




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Build me one!
Building is addicting! Send me a stack of cash and I'd be more than happy to build one for you. I just have expensive tastes, so no cheap generic parts would be used! The upper, lower and all of their small parts will be nickel boron coated.

The stock I want to use is the Magpul UBR hydro dipped in reaper black.
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With a couple of hydro dipped p-mags
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I will be sending off my pistol grip, Troy flip up backup sights, Burris P.E.P.R Scope base andNikon P-300 scope off to sexyweapon.com to be hydro dipped to match the other parts.

Here's my delima... Do I send off the free float hand guard when it comes in? I ordered a Lancer LCH5 mid length. It is carbon fiber, so it'll look bad ass, but it would also look good if it matched the stock. Here's what it should look like. I am leaning towards coating it.
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What do y'all think? Suggestions please!
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Building is addicting! Send me a stack of cash and I'd be more than happy to build one for you. I just have expensive tastes, so no cheap generic parts would be used! The upper, lower and all of their small parts will be nickel boron coated.

The stock I want to use is the Magpul UBR hydro dipped in reaper black.

With a couple of hydro dipped p-mags

I will be sending off my pistol grip, Troy flip up backup sights, Burris P.E.P.R Scope base andNikon P-300 scope off to sexyweapon.com to be hydro dipped to match the other parts.

Here's my delima... Do I send off the free float hand guard when it comes in? I ordered a Lancer LCH5 mid length. It is carbon fiber, so it'll look bad ass, but it would also look good if it matched the stock. Here's what it should look like. I am leaning towards coating it.

What do y'all think? Suggestions please!
How much was that stock
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How much was that stock
Well I have not yet ordered it, but it is hella expensive! $259.00 for regular black UBR stock vs. $329.00 for hydro dipped UBR stock. But i'm not building an uber affordable entry level carbine. I am building my dream gun, so to me it is worth it.
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Well I have not yet ordered it, but it is hella expensive! $259.00 for regular black UBR stock vs. $329.00 for hydro dipped UBR stock. But i'm not building an uber affordable entry level carbine. I am building my dream gun, so to me it is worth it.
I know what u mean I am going to save up cause I wanted to do 14.5 with three round and all works Idc I would spend that much on a gun like that
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I know what u mean I am going to save up cause I wanted to do 14.5 with three round and all works Idc I would spend that much on a gun like that
This one will be a 14 1/2" 300 Blackout. To avoid NFA paperwork it will have the muzzle break pinned. I already have the barrel and muzzle break.



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This one will be a 14 1/2" 300 Blackout. To avoid NFA paperwork it will have the muzzle break pinned. I already have the barrel and muzzle break.
Nice yeah not me I would do NFA on it
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Nice yeah not me I would do NFA on it
I do not currently possess the patience to wait on the NFA *******s just to save a couple of inches. Besides this one is be built to shoot supersonic rounds not subs so a suppressor was not/is not planned for this build. I am going to do a 10 1/2 inch suppressed 300 build late this year or early next year. For that one I will load sub sonics.
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I do not currently possess the patience to wait on the NFA *******s just to save a couple of inches. Besides this one is be built to shoot supersonic rounds not subs so a suppressor was not/is not planned for this build. I am going to do a 10 1/2 inch suppressed 300 build late this year or early next year. For that one I will load sub sonics.
That's cool will this is my babe I just finish today but I do want to up grade some stuff later
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