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  1. I had a McRee chassis dipped.....three times. I would really do your homework on who is doing it. Be sure they are a legit, major company with clientele not some guy in his garage. The first guy (local guy) I had do it failed miserably. It took alot to get him to understand it was sub par and needed done over. He finally did it and it still turned out like crap. This was a Kryptek pattern and it looked like water colors by a 5yr old. I sent it to another guy who has to strip, prime and recoat it. I decided on multicam for this go-round. He did a decent job, I was 80% happy with it. It wasn't perfect but I was to the point I was losing a ton of money shipping a aluminum chassis around multiple times. So I took it deer hunting. I live in Pa, deer season is in the winter. After the season I noticed down the sides the clear coat is messed up. Like it had water on it and it soaked in or something. Like if you place a cold beverage on a piece of finished wood, you know how it leaves a ring and screws up the finish? Similar to that. I don't know who does all the OEM guns that look so good.
  2. I ordered this one: http://www.plastixrevolution.net/products/308-ar-10-lr308-pin-upper-receiver-vise-block Suitable??
  3. Thats what everyone one uses to install and remove barrel nuts/muzzle devices on these? The blocks with the 2 pins? I saw the one at brownells but its out of stock, thanks for the other link.
  4. I am assembling a .308 DPMS upper. What vise block are you guys using? I can't find a clamshell like I have for a AR15.
  5. If there is a Rural King store in your area they have CORE15 rifles cheap. If not, get the Colt at wmart.
  6. So.....anyway about these plastic/nylon/poly/whateverthefktheyaremadeoutof lowers.. What I see is a company who is innovating. They looked at the failures of previous designs/companies and improved the product. I am not a plastics engineer, much like probably alot of people on here. So I am not qualified to say it's a good design or not. The only way to know is by testing. Get some of these out in the real world and see if they break. A lot of people say new things are junk. There was once upon a time that Aimpoints were new, did some people think they were junk? Surely, but their reputation now is outstanding. The colors will appeal to some folks. I would imagine the clear (bad ass btw) would appeal to trigger/lower component companies for shows. I would probably be interested in a OD green one for my .22LR upper. The stealth gray would match my pistol.
  7. I shot apprx 50 rounds out of it. Didn't have any malfunctions in that short range trip.
  8. Parts list: Andro Corp 10.5" upper Anderson lower Magpul stealth gray handstop kit, xtm panels and k2 grip....really like the k2! RRA lpk Dead On Arms no pin trigger guard Damage Ind pistol tube, sb15 diameter Sig SB15 brace Magpul mbus 2.5 buis Troy 9" mrf quadrail AAC blackout Eotech 512...temporary until I decide on either another PRO or the new Meprolight Magpul MS3 Magpul RSA HSP Thorntail mount Surefire X300
  9. You will probably laugh but I got them in a deal. Didn't know what they were or worth when I got them.
  10. No, no hoops here. Buy the parts and assemble The only legalities and the reasoning behind doing the pistol vs SBR is because....in my state you can't have a loaded long gun in a vehicle. You can have a loaded handgun in a vehicle as long as you have a CCW.
  11. You wont find those sights on magpuls website, or almost anywhere else for that matter. They are "unobtanium", no longer made
  12. Here are some more pics of the sights tho..
  13. Thanks all. Pistol tube, spring, buffer and castlenut arrived today. More parts later in the week. Sig brace will probably get ordered friday. You wont find those sights on magpuls website, or almost anywhere else for that matter. They are "unobtanium", no longer made
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