AR15 build

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Re: AR15 build

Postby drofman » Sun Jul 21, 2013 3:55 pm

HAHAHA Great story Tek. I use my 1000FPS pellet gun on those darn gopher around here cause the neighbors don’t have much of a sense of humor.
How this build came about was I took a 2 weeks’ vacation and saved up to take the kid to the river and I went to the Doctors on my 1st day of vacation to check out my exhaust that I’ve put off and he said that I must have surgery the next day (it’s hell getting old).
So my 2 week vacation turned into a 4 week disability claim and I couldn’t work on putting the 4.0L into the B2 so I spent some on the Mini. I like it so much I think I’m going to do the same thing to the kids 10/22.
1 good thing out of this is I now have a ported and polished exhaust.

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Re: AR15 build

Postby tekatlarge » Mon Jul 22, 2013 7:41 am

Well Drof, It is hell getting old. It seems like every time I go to the docs he wants to replace something. Pretty soon I am just going to be a collection of re cycled parts. hahahah
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Re: AR15 build

Postby Phillippi » Sun Jul 28, 2013 10:25 pm

drofman wrote:I know you guys are AR Guys but did some work on my Mini 14.
Sent the trigger out to get rid of the creep and set at 2.5 lbs
Put a Houge stock on it.
Installed a SOCOM barrel strut.
Top it off with a Burris Fastfire red dot.
Living here in Cali can’t do a lot.
Below is the before and after.

That Mini14 looks great. That is too bad that Cali has been turning more and more socialist and controlling. Its my homeland, but lately I am ashamed...

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