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Old 09-29-2011, 07:33 AM   #81
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My new $50 Palmetto... got word that my A3 upper is due on Friday...4150 Chromo LW, chrome-lined, 1/7, M4 feed ramps, F-marked FSB, finished under, MBUS and magpul hand guard. A complete AR for $650, and I didn't cheap-out!

That's an RRA parts kit with a 2-stage NM trigger
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Old 10-14-2011, 03:39 AM   #82
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Areo Precision lower color filled with Testor's Enamel Model Paint.

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My new $50 Palmetto... got word that my A3 upper is due on Friday...4150 Chromo LW, chrome-lined, 1/7, M4 feed ramps, F-marked FSB, finished under, MBUS and magpul hand guard. A complete AR for $650, and I didn't cheap-out!

That's an RRA parts kit with a 2-stage NM trigger
thats an odd looking hammer
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She's a little curvier than y'alls...that's all. :-)
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My new project. Made right here in Idaho.
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A little bit of paint and she is looking ready to put together.
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Looks great, cfraga1978! Thanks for the great pictures of the Quality Arms receiver.
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I just joined this forum today and have been nosing around a bit, to my surpise the type of helpful response you gave WOC is not only a refreshing change from many other forums i have looked through, but common theme here! Actually helping someone and not getting ones panties in a bunch over someone not using the search window(IT forums are the WORST!!) is what forums are supposed to be for but seems like a lot of folks have forgotten this.

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Picked this up after class. I think it's a "another semester bites the dust" gift.

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Ohhhh! Nice!!
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