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well, i suppose i should lay it down. im 2111, a "small arms technician" in the united states marine corps. doesnt mean i'm a gunsmith though, with no machining training realy what im qualified to do is diagnose a problem with a firearm and either do a minor repair like filing a part a little, applying some solid film lubricant or simply replacing the part.....

making my own firearms is essentially what im after, so im here to discuss and learn. learn some of the reasons why firearms are the way they are and learn where to start in my search for additional knowledge.
 

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Hey , I just wanted to say " Thanks & Admiration " for the job your doin , I'm afraid I am not much of a hand at "Gunsmithing " , but if you ever want ideas about poor-boy modifications to old mil-issue stocks , I'm your man !
 

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Welcome aboard,

Thanks for your service and if you ever are stationed with my daughter remember one of the things she did to earn a stripe in boot camp was topping the puggle stick at 106#

Feel free to "Borrow" my avitar if you wish.

Semper Fi

Sgt 1967 to 1971
 

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well, i suppose i should lay it down. im 2111, a "small arms technician" in the united states marine corps.
Welcome to the forum. Thank you for your service.....

Please accept these capital letters, offered with respects. Semper Fi

United States Marine Corps
 

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Better late than never?

Good point- look at the date when responding to a post.
 

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