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Old 02-13-2006, 8:13 AM
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looks like a bushy mag that isn't seated all the way.
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I finally picked up the last member to the family tonight... the STAG-15.

Depending on how business is this week, I may be able to squeeze out a final $204 out of the piggy bank and add a fourth and final member to the family, but I am going to try to contain myself before I really have to start buying medicine to limit the BRD symptoms.

Until then, it will just be my two Ameetec WM-15 LE/Govt Only lowers and the STAG-15:




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Old 02-14-2006, 1:21 AM
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I finally picked up the last member to the family tonight... the STAG-15.

Depending on how business is this week, I may be able to squeeze out a final $204 out of the piggy bank and add a fourth and final member to the family, but I am going to try to contain myself before I really have to start buying medicine to limit the BRD symptoms.

Until then, it will just be my two Ameetec WM-15 LE/Govt Only lowers and the STAG-15:



wow.. great pics Jeff.. where did you get the stag for $204.00 im still trying to save for that group buy... ohhhh i can not wait..
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Old 02-14-2006, 8:09 AM
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The "Operator" in his "Arctic Camo" outfit checking out his new rifle....



Anyways.... my CA-AR....

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Old 02-14-2006, 8:50 AM
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you need a BUIS buddy!
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Jicko,

Why did you buy the 552 model instead of the 551? I think it would have been better to go with the 551 since it gives you more room to put a BUIS...

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Pablo (RE:why 552):

Reasons for 552 are
1) I've got a GREAT deal @ the Del Mar show, $299, brand new unit!
2) I want AA rather than N battery



Elmo (RE:BUIS):

I do.... and I am look for a 1/3 co-witness setup... right now the front sight is annoying....



I want to get the ARMS#40 regular BUIS, and I'm looking into getting the YHM-220 EOTech Riser ($39), I hope this will give me a raised EOTech, and a 1/3 co-witnessing setup.



And I am also trying to get a YHM 4Rail Lightweight carbine HG, and with that, I can mount the EOTech even further forward...

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go LaRue, or go home...
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The "Operator" in his "Arctic Camo" outfit checking out his new rifle....
Talk about DEJA VU! You've got the same parts kit (if it came from Del-Ton then maybe even an identical kit), the same breed of dog that I have and same coat (white), AND even the same handgun!

Well not really that having those three items is that much of a coicidence... I guess seeing it all together with your dog really got me motivated to get my build put together!
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Talk about DEJA VU! You've got the same parts kit (if it came from Del-Ton then maybe even an identical kit), the same breed of dog that I have and same coat (white), AND even the same handgun!

Well not really that having those three items is that much of a coicidence... I guess seeing it all together with your dog really got me motivated to get my build put together!
wow, and it's valentine's day too! you guys need to exchange phone numbers.
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go LaRue, or go home...
$119 tho... (3 times the price....)
http://www.laruetactical.com/marketp...&scrollTop=880


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You've got the same parts kit (if it came from Del-Ton then maybe even an identical kit), the same breed of dog that I have and same coat (white), AND even the same handgun!
Rifle: It is a full STAG-15 rifle..... the upper is the Stag 1H w/ carry handle removed...
Pistol: Glock 19
Dog: American Eskimo, mini

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Default MK12 Mod 1 style project

I have all the parts for my MK12 Mod 1 themed rifle project. I put the upper on a registered Colt Sporter for load testing this weekend.



I would have tested last weekend, but I didn't feel like loading all my gear into the car to go to the range with the off and on rain. Plus, I doubt the chronograph would have given ideal data with the cloud cover.

Anyway, I have tons of pics here -> http://www.ocabj.net/gallery/mk12mod1

Note the GSE upper and A2 stock I plan on using (Stag LPK not pictured). That A2 stock was originally off the pictured Colt Sporter. It was replaced with a standard 4-position collapsible stock (the Colt Sporter factory configuration was a 16" Carbine length with carry handle).

Upper receiver is an Adco custom build. White Oak Armament (WOA) upper receiver with M4 feed ramps, 18" WOA SS SPR barrel with 1 in 7" twist (KG Black coated), WOA B/BC/CH, A2 flash hider, and Daniel Defense 12.0 handguard.

Scope is a Leupold Mark 4 3-9x36 M3 Illuminated Mildot. Rings are ARMS #22H.

Temporary lower receiver assembly is a Colt Sporter lower receiver with Rock River Arms 4-position stock and original factory Colt lower parts.

Planned lower receiver assembly is a Gunsmoke Enterprises lower receiver with a Colt A2 stock and CMT/Stag lower parts kit.
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Old 02-23-2006, 1:46 AM
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That looks awesome "ocabj" I almost finished my SPR project too but I'm still waiting for the OPS-INC brake that I order 61 days ago!!!

How much you paid for the Leupold?

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That looks awesome "ocabj" I almost finished my SPR project too but I'm still waiting for the OPS-INC brake that I order 61 days a go!!!

How much you paid for the Leupold?
Just a little over $850.
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Sorry guys, purchased and papered in 1999/2000. IOW, a real AR.

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Sorry guys, purchased and papered in 1999/2000. IOW, a real AR.

Well it was nice of you to drop the mag, to soften the blow. Thanks for thinking of our feelings.


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Here Is My CA Legal SOPMOD M4.

I Used A SUNDEVIL MFG Lower
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is it just me, or does it look like your magazine release button is installed?
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No My Release button is not installed I promise. I wish it was though. I hope the DOJ gets this thing straight in a hurry. This would be my first real AR if they do.
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Colt Registered AW

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Old 02-26-2006, 7:39 PM
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Stevie, that receiver is gorgeous, man!!! Perfect for an "XM" project!!!
But is that an auto sear hole above the selector? and if so it looks is out of specs... to much to the back. Care to tell us more?

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You guys should list $$$ values next to your weapon...
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You guys should list $$$ values next to your weapon...
. . . priceless.
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No auto sear, thats the dang colt hammer block thingy. Its a big block they put in to keep people from messing with the trigger group.
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You guys should list $$$ values next to your weapon...
I totalled mine up once. I purchased it as a lower, and it has been upgraded multiple times. Including the EOtech and the Surefire forend I am up to $1900 in total expenses.

No wait, that doesn't include the TAG ASP sling and Daniel Defense bunsed loop. It'll be something else new soon.
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Pre-94 Colt match HBAR (reged AW) I know I know some of
those mags need new bodies.I haven't got around to it.
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No auto sear, thats the dang colt hammer block thingy. Its a big block they put in to keep people from messing with the trigger group.
Thanks for the clarification Stevie! If it's possible can you share a pic of that block? and how does it work? can you remove it?
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Old 02-28-2006, 2:30 PM
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No comments about the dirty interior please

Colt 9mm sear block



Colt 223 sear block



Colt 9mm side pin



Colt 223 side pin

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*comment on dirty interior goes here*

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The unique Colt block is blind pinned from the right side with a steel pin positioned where the sear pin would go on a full-auto receiver. This pin and the hole it fits in are a larger diameter than the full-auto sear so as to preclude illegal modification of the lower to full auto. The block prevents the use of a Drop-In-Auto-Sear (A Class III device in itself). Plus the block prevents the use of a full-auto bolt carrier (In fact, all rifles built with lowers that have the sear block can only use a semi-auto carrier with the lower rear of the bolt carrier machined off--not even a "full-circle" semi-auto bolt carrier will work)

ETA1: The sear block also prevents use of the full-auto disconnector with the longer tail. Some after market 2 stage trigger groups won't work with the blocked lowers.

ETA2: Weird. Just compared pics. The sear block pin on Stevie's lower is in a different position from that of the pin on my blocked Colt lower.

The block can legally be removed, but the common method is to grind away the block and cut the pin flush with the interior wall of the receiver, leaving part of the pin to fill the hole. Otherwise you have a hole in the side of the receiver.

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No comments about the dirty interior please

Colt 9mm sear block

http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f238/Stevie-ca/9mma.jpg[/IMG]

Colt 223 sear block

http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f238/Stevie-ca/223a.jpg[/IMG]

Colt 9mm side pin

http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f238/Stevie-ca/9mmc.jpg[/IMG]

Colt 223 side pin

http://i48.photobucket.com/albums/f238/Stevie-ca/223d.jpg[/IMG]

Thanks a lot for the pics Stevie!!!
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Stevie, how do you like that Dissipator? I've been stewing about building one of mine out that way. It's a little different than the typical setup that's shown, and I kinda like it. One big hestitancy I have is that it loses the ability to attache a bayonet to it...

I'm also thinking of going with all green furniture on it. Does that Colt you have dressed in green also have the matching handguards? I'd like to see a pic of that if you don't mind, only seen a few pictures recently of rifles that were done up with the green gear...

Thanks!
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John

Look on page 15, it has a pic of my Colt Sporter A2 with a green Arms 51 handguard.

So far i like the dissy setup, I had the barrel lightened by ADCO and had that muzzle break removed. I do not plan on ever needing a Bayo, so i do not consider that a problem.
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Thanks - I'd seen that other picture, didn't realize it was the same rifle. Your pic's have good lighting, I was hoping to see a green setup with regular handguards. Oh well...

How's the balance of the Dissipator? They look barrel-heavy, but it's only a 16" barrel so it's probably just deceiving.

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The heavy bbl version is front heavy. So thats why i had it lightened, its not that bad now. Granted once you add the rail, light etc.. it does get a little weighty. If you ever in L.A. area your more than welcome to fondle it.
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Will Someone please put a WW on this thread for Work Warning.. sheeshh i just jizzed all over my computer..
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DPMS Group Buy upper (Thanks Mud)
RRA LAR Lower + LPK
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