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Old 10-20-2013, 01:44 AM   #251
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Finally finally finally got to shoot my latest build! Put about 75 rounds down the pipe. This thing is sweet! Runs like a Swiss watch, not a single hiccup. I took the lower from my Rock River with me. After I made sure it would run fine, I wanted to see if it would run with the JP Enterprises Silent Captured Spring...... The answer to that is a resounding yes! So after sending 10 rounds down range with the upper pinned to my Rock River lower I pulled the silent captured spring out and swapped it with the standard carbine buffer and buffer spring in the Reaper. Then proceeded to run through my last 30 rounds. Man this thing is fun to shoot! I need to get some more rounds loaded up.


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Old 10-20-2013, 08:27 AM   #252
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Nothing because I don't own one. *cries in corner of room*

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Old 10-20-2013, 08:29 AM   #253
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Practiced room clearing drills in my tighty whiteys. I'm kidding. Or maybe I'm not.

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I fondled and caressed her firm butt...... Stock. Dry fired it a hand full of times

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Practiced room clearing drills in my tighty whiteys. I'm kidding. Or maybe I'm not.
Hehe. I've done it before....

We lived in a trailer. The day after the wide and I moved in the whole thing started shaking and it sounded like somebody was yanking on the door.

I went out the bedroom ready for war and drew down on......

The dryer.

Same thing happened the next night only the culprit was the dishwasher

No laundry or dishes at night allowed in my house now. Not ever.

Standing in the bedroom in tighty whiteys holding a shotgun or a Glock and watching your newly wedded and bedded wife convulse in peals of laughter at the fact that "you tried to shoot my DRYER?!" is not a nice feeling.
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OK Guys, ya done it now. I think we need a Sticky on: " What did you kill in your Tighty Whitey"?
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Took her to the range put 130 rounds through her still having a bit of trouble cycling so I just ordered an h2 buffer for her but all in all ha a great day and she was driving tacks at 100 yards at least when I was sitting

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Finished assembling the carbine and ran 60 rds through it. 90% on my 6.8 upper, still need the muzzle comp to get here along with the mags.

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I got the Rma from adams arms for my upper and I'm kind of bummed to be rifle less but I hope they can fix or at least identify the problem

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This weekend I picked up a Stag lower andam awaiting a PSA LPK which should be here tomorrow.... So, lower done soon. Having trouble finding a barrel for the upper. Had anyone used a post-ban barrel and a clamp-on comp before? I live in Jersey, so am trying to get around having to pin the comp so I have options....

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