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Old 08-12-2010, 05:27 PM   #11
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A stipped lower is going for $450.00 Canadian.
How much is that in real money?
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Right now about US $425.00in that funny all green stuff.
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That's hilarious F.K. you gotta admit. . . LMFAO

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Right now about US $425.00in that funny all green stuff.
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But it's not just green anymore! even the 5's are getting color:/
Damn monopoly money.
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That's hilarious F.K. you gotta admit. . . LMFAO
It's funny for shure . The northern states exept our cash preaty good and in the southern states they will exept it as a novelty some times.
American money is used as a standard in a lot of countries. I think Canadian cash is worth about $0.95 U.S.
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You live in Canada not that that is bad but given the situation I think it would be prudent to get your hands on whatever is available even if it is a chinese import. Lots of people have sks's and Ak's from overseas. I don't know what your agenda is but for basic self defense I'm sure the Norinco would not be a bad choice for the price......you could work it over with quality ar products from the U.s.....for starters I would get a DPMS for the lower rework and possibly a new bolt. That being said, if it shoots fine and it probably will just leave it alone. I have empathy for your situation regarding firearms but maybe someday that will change if the right people are elected. We might have the same poliltical landscape if things are not rectified this november.

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I have already put a few things on it. I changed out the hand gaurd for a Yanky hill free float cusomizable hand gaurd carbine length,YHM flip up front sight gas block so far. I also reworked the trigger to take out the creap so now it breaks clean at about 5 lbs.
I took it to the range on Sunday and it shot 1 inch to 1.5 inches with Iron sights at 100 yards using a bipod.
Good luck in November . From what I have heard the Republicans are set to take over the Senate, but keep your fingers crost. What happes there sometimes sets the tone for us. That is why I belong to the NRA and Canada's NFA.
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I have already put a few things on it. I changed out the hand gaurd for a Yanky hill free float cusomizable hand gaurd carbine length,YHM flip up front sight gas block so far. I also reworked the trigger to take out the creap so now it breaks clean at about 5 lbs.
I took it to the range on Sunday and it shot 1 inch to 1.5 inches with Iron sights at 100 yards using a bipod.
Good luck in November . From what I have heard the Republicans are set to take over the Senate, but keep your fingers crost. What happes there sometimes sets the tone for us. That is why I belong to the NRA and Canada's NFA.
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Good shooting! Be gentle with trigger work on AR's. The surface hardness is thin and if you stone through it the trigger will degrade fast. Though I have no idea if the ChiComs are built the same way.
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Good shooting! Be gentle with trigger work on AR's. The surface hardness is thin and if you stone through it the trigger will degrade fast. Though I have no idea if the ChiComs are built the same way.
I noticed that the hammer conection was realy hard . I took the creap out by filling down the hight of the sear ingagment on the hammer and I used a hammer file to first get the roughness out of the engagment surface on the hammer than I used a medium India stone ,fine india stone than a hard very fine trigger track stone for the final stoning which put a high gloss shine on it.
If I find that I'm getting galling I will re stone and give it a Kisnet aplication(sp). Or I will go the way of a new trigger& hamer.
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I noticed that the hammer conection was realy hard . I took the creap out by filling down the hight of the sear ingagment on the hammer and I used a hammer file to first get the roughness out of the engagment surface on the hammer than I used a medium India stone ,fine india stone than a hard very fine trigger track stone for the final stoning which put a high gloss shine on it.
If I find that I'm getting galling I will re stone and give it a Kisnet aplication(sp). Or I will go the way of a new trigger& hamer.
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Sounds like it needed help.

I thought about this on my drive in today. The ChiComs may not be using US Mil Spec part manufacturing. They tend to be more old school, so perhaps they have hammer, sears and disconnectors that are not surface hardened the same way ours are? It would be good to know....
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