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Old 01-12-2006, 11:24 AM
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Post pictures of your .223 California Legal Self Loading Rifles here folks so we can see your masterpeices !
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It's legal (registered). Colt Sporter Lightweight circa 1993. Aimpoint CompML2. 4-position stock (RRA).

I should probably jump on the lower bandwagon...
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Sun Devil lower, RRA lower kit with NM 2 stage trigger, M&A parts upper with 20" stainless bull barrel.


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OK I will play

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NicE! Cannot get my hands on one!
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It's legal (registered). Colt Sporter Lightweight circa 1993. Aimpoint CompML2. 4-position stock (RRA).


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How can I build this
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Is that legal in California?
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Is that legal in California?
Naw, we toss caution to the wind and regularly engage in criminal activity.
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Is that the M41A or just the M16? I am confused with the two.
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Is that the M41A or just the M16? I am confused with the two.
don't worry, i'll be gentle. the M4 and M16 are military designations for AR patterned rifles. what you see here is an AR-15, essentially the civilian version of the M-series of military rifles. there are many variations of each of these rifles with different names, but the bottom line is the picture above is an AR-15.

in case you were wondering what the difference between an M4 and M16 are, i'll keep it real simple and point out the major difference is that the M4 is a shorter version of the M16.

M4 has a 14.5" barrel and collapsible buttstock. M16 has a 20" barrel and a non-collapsible buttstock. there are other differences too, but those are the major ones. ...and an AR-15 can be seen in many different variations. the major difference with the AR vs. the M rifles is that the AR is only semi-auto and cannot fire in burst or full auto modes.
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here you go!

Edit: got on of my off list AR's assembled but the picture is too big? (same camera I used for the pic of the Mini)

Oh well, it's nice.
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I always love to see a killer Mini-14. I still have fond childhood memmories of the Mini-14 thanks to the A-Team !
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Oh no.....







The IS a mag. in there.. Need to get a bushmaster.. Hell, need to get to AZ!!

Specs- LMT MRP rifle legnth, 16" CL USGI barrel (Vortex to be added)
LMT bolt and carrier
Stag Arms 6 position M4 stock
Sun Devil lower
Stag Arms LPK
Aimpoint Comp M2 on LaRue mount

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Wow NwG, it's really an eye candy!!!

If you need more MRP or CQB upper, please give us a chance to serve you.
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NwG, that is freakin' sweet! It also answered the question I had in my mind about whether or not a 16 inch barrel would work with the rifle-length MRP. Thanks!
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I don't have any targets to share, I'll get one next time I'm out. But it's a sub MOA rifle all the way.
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Here's a couple:
Mini-14



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Old 04-09-2006, 6:19 PM
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FINALLY GOT MY MATCHING LOWERS FOR MY UPPERS.

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VERY NICE! what type of setup is that ? can you list the parts and prices on the red one?


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looks to be a full JP enterprises gun. CTR-02 lower, JP enterprises compensator, JP enterprises stock, you get the idea. www.jprifles.com
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looks to be a full JP enterprises gun. CTR-02 lower, JP enterprises compensator, JP enterprises stock, you get the idea. www.jprifles.com
You're right !
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i know , its pretty slick though. no recoil at all?
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Old 04-30-2006, 8:54 PM
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Socom Diamond - Oly. 45 ACP


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Shootm very nice!! How's it shoot?
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I love how the finish on the scope and lower match to max out the bling factor !
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Here's mine, still havn't bought any optics for it yet.

Fulton lower
BM parts kit
Upper with freefloat rail and 6 pos car stock from model 1
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ok! one more.

cslr-ar15.JPG

my new freshly Build Double Star with a striped Superior Arms soon to be 20" varminter.
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Here is mine with it's partner both dressed in OD.

Vulcan Lower
LPK - unkown
Model 1 A3 Upper w/ chrome bolt/ carrier, 1-9 twist chrome lined camber and bore.
RRA 6 position M-4 stock

Now I need to decide on sights.
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Here is mine with it's partner both dressed in OD.

Vulcan Lower
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Model 1 A3 Upper w/ chrome bolt/ carrier, 1-9 twist chrome lined camber and bore.
RRA 6 position M-4 stock

Now I need to decide on sights.
Is that one of the glued mag Vulcans or is it a pinned off-list rifle?
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Is that one of the glued mag Vulcans or is it a pinned off-list rifle?
Does it matter?

It is a DOJ approved pinned mag Vulcan lower. The glue looks more like ATV than epoxy. I did some blueing work to the mag because they use what appears to be spray paint to cover the welds on the base plate of the mag. It came out pretty nice. From what I understand that the lower that comes pinned from Vulcan for CA sales and their open mag versions are the same. Some one correct me if I am wrong?
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After the second memo, Guess what?...It *still* shoots:

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DPMS 20" bull barrel
Alexander Arms 6.5 Grendel
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Does it matter?

It is a DOJ approved pinned mag Vulcan lower. The glue looks more like ATV than epoxy. I did some blueing work to the mag because they use what appears to be spray paint to cover the welds on the base plate of the mag. It came out pretty nice. From what I understand that the lower that comes pinned from Vulcan for CA sales and their open mag versions are the same. Some one correct me if I am wrong?
You are completely correct. My brother in law purchased a stripped Vulcan lower and it is identical to the fixed mag version sans mag. Vulcan ships both versions to California along with the HAR-25 (both fixed and open) and the V-15 carbon fiber (open magwell only).
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dd03 - Cpl peters is at the marine corp ball this weekend. His upper and lower are CMMG and the rail is a Midwest Industries 9 inch FF.
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I finally got the riser for my Aimpoint CompML2, so naturally it's photo time again. This concludes my AR-15 project for now, what do you guys think of it?




I also installed a sporting conversions kit to counter the evil that the red dot sight produces. Or maybe it was because the last solution was questionable. The sporting conversions kit will keep me out of trouble.
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Ok, so my LMT buis came in, along with a really nice A1 length Vltor fixed rifle stock soooo... Another photo!


or two:



I hope that no one goes "look at all those tiny thumbholes, (sheesh).
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