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re: Official AR-15 thread - Propagandalf
All of my shortys are NFA so I dont dabble in the brace world a whole lot. Others may be able to give some better opinions on some of the newer systems out there. I do like the Shockwave Blade because its light, easy to install, adjustable, not ridiculously priced (an entire, complete, receiver exte...
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re: Official AR-15 thread - Propagandalf
[quote]the only AR calibers I've enjoyed shooting have been 9mm and 22LR. Both have been exceptionally fun plinking blasters.[/quote] I just ordered a NYX Ti silencer to try out and then immediately realized I don't have a .22 host for it as all of my .22s are older rifles that belonged to my gra...
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re: Official AR-15 thread - Propagandalf
[quote]Who makes the most reliable & reasonably priced pistol buffer system? I'd love to just buy a complete pistol lower, & go on with life.[/quote] The buffer system as originally designed is reliable and very reasonably priced. However, it's only one piece of the overall cycling system. Th...
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re: My friend got his gun shop robbed last night. - Propagandalf
[quote]His insurance will pay most of his loss,but not all.[/quote] Was this because he didn't have enough coverage or are they screwing him with some of the fine print?...
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re: Official AR-15 thread - Propagandalf
[quote]wondering what y’all think about caliber? 5.56, 6.5 grendel, 6.8 spc And would a 10” barrel be ok or would I need a 12” or does it depend on the caliber? I have a 5.56, 6.8 and .300blk already.[/quote] Assuming the use would be for self defense, any of those three will do since "in the...
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re: My friend got his gun shop robbed last night. - Propagandalf
How long were they inside? Monitored alarm? Method of entry? Hopefully he has insurance. ...
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re: Nano Ceramic vehicle coating - Propagandalf
[quote]It still was protected against scratches.[/quote] [quote]roto washes will scratch it.[/quote] I've thought about doing this on my truck, but this makes me wonder if it's worth it. My biggest enemy to scratches is sego palms that line my driveway, the trash can when I forget it's out and...
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re: Frying a turkey - Propagandalf
Best tip, like Radios said, don't just drop it in because it [u]will[/u] over flow on you. When I worked at a restaurant, me and 2 other guys would cook 200-300 birds the Wednesday before Thanksgiving for pickup orders. For the fried turkeys we just injected with Cajun Injector cajun butter and Tony...
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re: Best platform for 300 blackout? - Propagandalf
Unfortunately, the admins informed me via PM that I cannot reply to questions or comments regarding my business on the forum....
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re: Best platform for 300 blackout? - Propagandalf
Which process is that?...
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re: Best platform for 300 blackout? - Propagandalf
[quote]Any recs?[/quote] Pick another cartridge. The 300 BLK is a slouch in the ballistics dept. Get him a 7mm-08 or if you looking for an excuse to get an AR15 look into the 6.5 Grendel or 6.8 SPC....
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re: Official AR-15 thread - Propagandalf
Id just apply the money you'd spend on re-pinning towards a tax stamp to SBR it. Honestly, I wouldn't go 14.5 on a 5.56. If I was going to go short Id do 10.5 if not then 16". The weight savings just isn't enough for a 1.5" piece of steel to deal with the hassle and you can save that much weight els...
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re: Official AR-15 thread - Propagandalf
In my experience..end mill > weld + pin...
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re: Official AR-15 thread - Propagandalf
[quote]I really don't like that little hook at the bottom of the flat face CMC trigger.[/quote] Harbor Freight sells angle grinders for $9.99. :lol:...
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re: Official AR-15 thread - Propagandalf
Im not a huge fan of this site, TTAG, but in this article the author runs quite a few drop in triggers through a Dvorak TriggerScan which gives some objective information about each ones pull. The pull you like best is still subjective, but it could be a starting point for trying new things. htt...
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re: Official AR-15 thread - Propagandalf
[quote]I've heard of people already swapping them out for their preferred Geisseles.[/quote] Geissele makes a fricking awesome trigger. The problem is, that by sticking to the traditional layout, they are limited in geometry by the placement of the FCG pins and tolerances. The drop in triggers hav...
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re: VAF UPIN denied - Propagandalf
[quote]Long story short I messed up at 17. Finally arrested at 18(now 33) Charges resulted in 5 year firearm ban. [/quote] Was this a federal charge? While some states recognize an individuals ability to regain firearm rights, the federal govt does not. So, you would definitely need an attourney ...
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re: Picked up another 6.5 today - Propagandalf
Why do you have carpet on the ceiling and how did you get the rifles to stay up there? ...
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re: Duck reports? - Propagandalf
[quote]DuckSausage[/quote] Glad to hear y'all had a productive day yesterday and hopefully today was successful as well. I was actually in Lake Charles this weekend for work and could've hunted with y'all this morning, buy I didn't realize my dad was going to the camp this weekend. Hopefully, I c...
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re: Prescription Polarized Sunglasses Online - Propagandalf
Maybe Warby Parker? Do you hvae an example of the style you are looking for? I have a couple pair from Zenni and they've been great so far. I remember it being hard to find all of their sunglasses on their website. ...
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