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Old 01-15-2010, 01:47 AM   #31
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i left out sumthin......DAMN ITS SEXY!!!!

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Old 01-15-2010, 02:29 AM   #32
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love the id. stampings on this lower...

CAL.MULTI

MOD. MG-XTR

MBL = MEGA Badazz Lower?

so being that this is a MEGA BAD AZZ lower....can it be used with .223-5.56 fire control parts?...
MBL = MEGA Badazz Lower - I like that!

Gonna need to use the 5.56 fcp's because no one makes a Mega Badazz Lower fcp kit in .458 SOCOM. (But don't tell anyone.)
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Old 01-15-2010, 02:42 AM   #33
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that's going 2 be 1 bad mam-mah-jama BBQ tool..

why dont some1 come up with stainless steel carbon fiber fire control groups? or vise versa...they already have stainless....mite as well make it lighter & stronger...lol!

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It'll straighten the tail right out!
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Thanks slow, I've got a 'new' RRA upper inbound for a little better deal than that. (Got it from a good friend.)

I will keep them in mind for additional parts.

I'll call them but what I'm looking for is a lower parts kit with RRA 2 stage trigger and no hand grip. I hate those stock grips. Guess I could just pitch it but my spare parts drawer is filling up with those type of parts.

Also I've heard there is a SOCOM stock for recoil. Have you found them?

This is the one I heard about:



http://www.parts4ar15.com/ar-15_accessories/product/BS-RFX-E.html

Anyone seen them for better than $170?

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Forgive my ignorance and I am not trying to bogart your thread. I am going pig hunting for the first time in March on a Military base who requested my Brother in law and I to do some deprivation.

I was going to use my 30-06 and carry my 1911 (when it gets here), but everyone I know that pig hunts has told me to ditch the bolt action and carry either a lever action or an autoloader.

So I was considering a slug gun, a 458 socom or the 50 beowolf. Slug gun won't use because I can only have 3 rounds loaded. The 50 I can't use because I can't get lead free ammo to use in CA. So that leaves me with the 458.

Is there another caliber in a AR platform that would work for the little piggies or is the 458 pretty much it?

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Thanks slow, I've got a 'new' RRA upper inbound for a little better deal than that. (Got it from a good friend.)

I heard it from a little birdie that it shipped out on Saturday and should arrive Tuesday or Wednesday via the USPS. The bird recommends that someone be home to sign for it.
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Mega Machine billet.
gotta love billet good stuff cane i cant wait to see this process
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Cane check out this link for that Ace Stock:

Ace CQB stock

You might give Pete a call at AR15sales.com, to see if he can set you up a lower parts kit W/O a grip. I'm not sure if he would be willing to come down on price. Heck those grips are throw-aways to begin with, about $5 each.
Thanks slow, stock on order.

I will give Pete a call but I did find that RRA has a 2 stage trigger LPK with a Hogue or ERGO grip.

Item#: AR0120NME (Lower Receiver Parts Kit, Two Stage Trigger, ERGO Grip Ambi Black) $200

Lets see, trigger $100 + grip <$30 = $130 so the pins & springs cost $70?????

Got to be a better way?
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I heard it from a little birdie that it shipped out on Saturday and should arrive Tuesday or Wednesday via the USPS. The bird recommends that someone be home to sign for it.
I'll be here!

Tell the little birdie thanks and there's an inbound volley that should land there tomorrow!
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