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Bizob
12-17-2008, 6:49 PM
Well I finished my first rifle build. This is also my first firearm. I am super juiced right now.:D

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3100/3117345544_a505a824c4_b.jpg

http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3134/3116518175_202d24c706_b.jpg

Stag Lower
Stag 2H upper

Future plans
Daniel Defense Omega 7.0 Rail
EOTech
Magpaul Stock
New Grip

skale240
12-17-2008, 6:51 PM
nice kiss build! congrats on your first! Now go out and shoot it and give us a range report!

alleyehave
12-17-2008, 6:52 PM
Very nice! Congratulations. My first black rifle happened to be my 7th or so gun, and now I fortunately(?) found another reason to spend even more money on gun stuff!!

I'm sure you will like that DD rail, I have a DD upper with a 12.0 rail and it is insanely lite!

BroncoBob
12-17-2008, 6:54 PM
Congrats on your build, now the fun begins.

Mississippi
12-17-2008, 7:39 PM
Congrats! Looks great.

Saigon1965
12-17-2008, 7:42 PM
What's next?

Bizob
12-17-2008, 7:46 PM
Thanks for the comments guys, just waiting on my mags to get here.

What's next?
I really want a Dan Wesson 1911 :D

Capt. Speirs
12-18-2008, 12:04 AM
Nice, looks like Pete's $599.00 deal from Legal Transfer's. Don't know if it matters, but you might want to edit the serial number out of the picture.

gcvt
12-18-2008, 12:16 AM
Very nice...especially for your first-ever firearm :)

thefurball
12-18-2008, 7:20 AM
Very nice.

One small point of order however: Isn't it supposed to be fixed mag OR evil pistol grip attached?

Or is that a sealed mag well? Hard to tell from the photo.

stphnman20
12-18-2008, 7:22 AM
Congrats on the new firearm..

Bizob
12-18-2008, 7:59 AM
Very nice.

One small point of order however: Isn't it supposed to be fixed mag OR evil pistol grip attached?

Or is that a sealed mag well? Hard to tell from the photo.

There is a bullet button installed

thefurball
12-18-2008, 8:38 AM
There is a bullet button installed

Excellent! Enjoy!

oldrifle
12-18-2008, 8:59 AM
There is a bullet button installed

He should store it, transport it, photograph it, etc. with the mag attached in order to be fixed mag compliant, shouldn't he? or does it not matter if it's not loaded and ready to fire?

Bizob
12-18-2008, 9:03 AM
He should store it, transport it, photograph it, etc. with the mag attached in order to be fixed mag compliant, shouldn't he? or does it not matter if it's not loaded and ready to fire?

If anyone can clear this issue up I would appreciate it. (not being sarcastic, genuinely would like to know)

vormav
12-18-2008, 9:41 AM
Very nice looking! I'm looking to build one just like that, waiting for my lower to come in right now. How much did you spend on the whole thing total?

Bizob
12-18-2008, 9:51 AM
Very nice looking! I'm looking to build one just like that, waiting for my lower to come in right now. How much did you spend on the whole thing total?

$220 for the lower including the DROS
$25 for bullet button
$100 for the stock (including shipping)
$85 for the LPK (inlcluding shipping)
$599 for the upper

So roughly $1030

Gotta pay to play

IceMan711
12-18-2008, 9:52 AM
If anyone can clear this issue up I would appreciate it. (not being sarcastic, genuinely would like to know)

Magazines are required to be non-detachable without the use of a tool, which having a bullet button installed will cover.

The law says nothing about magazines being "attachable".

Bullet button and no mag is good to go, this is why the bullet button enables you to swap mags with a tool, and never having to top load like a standard P50.

vormav
12-18-2008, 9:53 AM
Sweet, thanks.

oldrifle
12-18-2008, 9:55 AM
OK, understood, but wouldn't it be smarter to have the mag attached when, say, transporting your rifle to the range in case LE wants to take a look? Or would it make the LE concerned that it's loaded?

Edit: on second thought I guess not if you can demonstrate the mag release works with a tool. duh.

Magazines are required to be non-detachable without the use of a tool, which having a bullet button installed will cover.

The law says nothing about magazines being "attachable".

Bullet button and no mag is good to go, this is why the bullet button enables you to swap mags with a tool, and never having to top load like a standard P50.

thatrogue
12-18-2008, 10:07 AM
previous post is correct... the law states that the fire arm shouldn't be able to accept non detachable magazines with "evil features" hence with a bullet button every mag you jam in the well immediately becomes non detachable.

aplinker
12-18-2008, 10:39 AM
OK, understood, but wouldn't it be smarter to have the mag attached when, say, transporting your rifle to the range in case LE wants to take a look? Or would it make the LE concerned that it's loaded?

Edit: on second thought I guess not if you can demonstrate the mag release works with a tool. duh.

It's recommended - as it's much easier to describe it as a fixed magazine with fewer logic hoops if the mag is already attached.

oldrifle
12-18-2008, 10:47 AM
It's recommended - as it's much easier to describe it as a fixed magazine with fewer logic hoops if the mag is already attached.

That was my logic. Thanks for clearing that up. :)

Infidel
12-18-2008, 11:15 AM
I also own a 2h, but everytime I see another one I get a chubby...Nice Build!!!!!