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Discussion in 'The Armory' started by NastyStang113, May 3, 2012.
Very nice AR build...and it had a baby (Glock).
How does she shoot?
very nicely now
the first build i went a bit cheap on the barrel, and it refused to extract spent casings, if i dropped the bolt and tried to manually pull it back and extract, it would rip part of the rim off. Ordered the new barrel, replaced it, cycles perfectly now, shoots very well. Took it to the range to sight in the other day and felt very good.
Wow, just wow. Did they finish-machine the chamber with a dull drill bit in a cordless drill leaving the ridges hoping you'd wear them away with use?
Dunno. It's basically a barrel shaped club now. Unless I tinker with it for a bottom of the barrel build .
I do like how it turned out in the end though.
I had order a can for my AR platform. I filled out the paperwork back in December of last year and just got it about a month and a half ago. Amazing that it takes that long to get the stamp back for a can. Anyway any of you thinking of getting one should do it as soon as it comes to mind bc the wait is horrible
Just got me a Gucci gun.
Just in case of vampires:
Nice...like the extra machining on that upper rail. Did you buy it from "Blade?"
I took it off his body.
Debating a Benelli M4 to replace my pistol grip (no butt stock) Winchester
Or a .308 Ruger Precision Rifle (bolt action)
I’ve wanted one for a while in 6.5 Creedmore. Nice rifles.
My next pistol purchase next month is likely going to be a CZ TSO .40 to shoot in competition.
Tried to order a Taurus Raging Hunter yesterday. My guy tried 5 suppliers and all were out of stock. Can't even find them online.
Gave up on the Taurus Raging Hunter when I couldn't get an ETA from Taurus and picked up a Raging Bull 444 .44 magnum. I added a Wiegand picatinny rail but I'm going to go with a smaller reflex sight. My new favorite gun!
Here's a comparison with my Model 66 .357 magnum and NAA .22
Actually, I'm glad I didn't go with the Raging Hunter. It has a picatinny rail built in but it's only across the top of the barrel which would put the red dot in the middle of the gun. I like the red dot at the rear of a handgun. The Hunter was also only available in "blued" which is basically a cheap version of black Cerakote that Taurus uses and according to reviews isn't very resilient. The barrel is steel with an aluminum shroud so it was lighter and allowed the picatinny to be incorporated into it but I'm digging the 1 piece steel barrel on mine. The weight will also help with felt recoil/muzzle flip. This sucker weighs in at 63 oz!
Nice, now there's a bear killer. Bet she has some kick.
Did you buy a truck to haul that around?
Lol! I did buy a bandolier type holster for it. No way my pants would stay up with a regular belt hip holster.