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Hello all, this is my 1st post, though most of you have already helped me in some way or another. I'm building my 1st AR, nothing special, PSA & Magpul. It all started with an 80 percent lower, and the research and searching went from there. What I'm a little concerned with, is how the interaction with LE and game wardens will be. I know about the selling and trading of them (DO NOT DO IT), but is the game warden going to give me hassles while I'm out hunting? And also, how are the local police and sheriffs going to react when I show them my "assault rifle" with no serial numbers on it. In case of traffic stops etc. Now, I know it's LEGAL to build, own, and use this type of AR, but is there anything else I need to do/know? I live in California, so I have less rights than most, but all talk with knowledgeable people and research(I need to see and know for myself lol) has basically told me that I'm ok and will have no problems. Living in CA, this just feels too good to be true. Am I missing anything? Thanks in advance guys.
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So I finally decided to buy an 80%er. The only place I could find that had them ready to ship was http://www.80percentar.com/ I was weary cause from what I could find out it is a relatively new company (I shared this info in the new products section). I measured it all out though and It is mil-spec and seems to be good quality. I want to know if anyone knows of a good video tutorial that shows how to finish one off cleanly? All the ones I found show sloppy jobs of machining. Any advice or links would be appreciated.