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Old 03-01-2011, 05:38 PM   #11
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Seriously, you cover the ride here and back, I'll do it for you. I'm an engineer at an aerospace manufacturing company, quality control is my area of expertise. I have all the necessary tools at my disposal. Heck, I can even MPI (magnetic particle inspection) test it for you.
How are you w/ pinning and welding of muzzle devises?
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How are you w/ pinning and welding of muzzle devises?
I have not done one yet, however, I do have a 14.5 upper build in my very near future. It will require permanent attachment once I'm done. I'm leaning towards a roll pin and some wicked strong epoxy we use at work so there is no heat involved. I'm not sure if that is compliant with NFA rules, but I'll make sure before I do it.
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Seriously, you cover the ride here and back, I'll do it for you. I'm an engineer at an aerospace manufacturing company, quality control is my area of expertise. I have all the necessary tools at my disposal. Heck, I can even MPI (magnetic particle inspection) test it for you.
You'd be an idiot not to take Russ up on this most generous offer.

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Very generous offer Russ!
You got that right.
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Hey man, did you change your mind? I have been looking for your BCG to show up since I PM'ed my address to you almost two weeks ago. It's no big deal, but if you sent it and it hasn't shown up, we need to kick some UPS butt to find it.
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Sorry, just been busy I'll give you a heads up when I get a chance to send it
Thanks again
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No worries. I was just concerned that UPS might be playing hide-n-seek with it.
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Can we see pictures of how the Oly carrier key is staked right now? Mossy, very smart of you to get it properly staked, they do loosen up if not staked.

And again, very generous offer Russ!
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I'll for sure do a before and after picture.
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Thanks Russ!
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