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Old 03-17-2011, 08:48 PM   #1
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I was doing a little homework when I heard the grinding of breaks outside. Figuring I knew who it was I jumped up and headed to the door. It was the man in brown carrying a long, tubular package. Refraining from crude jokes, I thanked him and headed toward the nearest pair of scissors.

The receivers have been in the parts box for a while now waiting on the barrel. I have to purchase a lo-pro gas block and tube then it'll be ready for the range. Hopefully sometime this year it'll be my official hog, boar, or coyote slayer. Now all thats left is the ammo which is being loaded.

.300 BLK LW barrel from www.deltacompanyarms.com
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Old 03-17-2011, 09:35 PM   #2
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That is as beautiful as the day is long. 'Scuse me while I spend some quality alone time.
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What are your thoughts on that grip?
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Very, very, very nice looking SUR you got there
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Another great build, MJ!
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What are your thoughts on that grip?
The AFG is nice. As soon as I brake down and get some glove I may try it w/o the grip. As far as the pistol grip, I don't think there's a better one out there.



This thing might make me get into reloading. I don't want to to be honest. Lazy I guess. I'm guessing that if I started it would end up being a good experience though.

Time alone? That seems to be the only time I have anymore, . I'm in the dog house w/ the wife.

Thanks all, I really enjoy doing this stuff.
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Sweet! Very nice build, MJ.....
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Right on Mj! I dig that set up, especially the forearm.

I look forward to hearing how you like the new firepower. . .
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I'm hoping that its soft shooting like Ive been told.

I sent an email out about the ammo being loaded. Maybe next weekend, fingers crossed.
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Sweet looking build as usual mjkeat. Love the long Troy rail and the look of the PWS FSC.

If you run into trouble with the ammo, let me know. One of my coworkers owns Rocky Mountain Precision Ammo. He custom loads/reloads for lots of calibers and a few well known custom rifle builders as well. I'm sure he doesn't load for the .300 AAC yet, but he could/would given some interest.

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