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Old 01-26-2012, 01:20 PM   #11
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I'm actually in the middle of doing some side-by-side testing on a couple of different struts to see what I can learn.
I certainly hope the Mo-Rod is in this mix. If not, let's get one shipped to you!
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Old 01-26-2012, 02:07 PM   #12
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Yes, this version is covering from old to new, four models including a stainless Ranch Rifle, and the newest one I can get my hands on next month.

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Woo-Hoo! I believe our products will prove to be "Mo-Better"!
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Hey Z-Man! Love your thread on cutting down the barrel. I am about to undertake the same course of action, though centered around a good factory load. I wasn't clear on where you eneded up. Was it at 17" or so? Any wisdom to offer?

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Thanks for the offer, Jim. I'll be sure to keep you in mind.

(I see you're from the lush, temperate, rain soaked town of Barstow. LOL. I spent almost a year there at Ft Irwin doing joint operations training.)
I'm a little late in responding, have been spending my time lately re-roofing my house. I'm just outside of Barstow in Newberry Springs. I know Ft. Irwin very well, I was the Post Locksmith for 13 years while my wife handled the daily retail end of my gunshop in Newberry.

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Well I finally got my hands on a 196 series Mini-14.

No rush Z-man, but how soon do you think you will have your book finished?

Count me in for purchasing a copy when you are finished!

Now to build up a good supply of magazines and ammo, before I start to add things to her...
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Now to build up a good supply of magazines and ammo, before I start to add things to her...
www.mo-rod.com ... for when you're ready to add
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Thanks Mo.

FWIW I am formerly from Phoenix, AZ.

Just moved here last year...
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By the way Mo: Has anyone ever pinned the Mo-rod to the gas block?

And: Have you considered sodablasting the silver version, so that it better matches the stainless finish on a 196 series Stainless Ranch?
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By being pinned do you mean like this, It is attached by set screws to the gas block.

Ive got MO stuff on it too, like the MO REAPER.

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