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Old 03-19-2006, 10:14 PM
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***Cough*** Patriot Act***Cough*** They don't need court orders any more my friend...

I think I'm one of those paranoid type of guys but don't you belive that just because this is the internet you are protected by anonymity. If you have the time to read the 73 pages of this thread: http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showthread.php?t=399203 You can learn how regular folks can track someone over the Internet. That thread gives you a very good idea how the Internet anonymity is a thing of the past! YMMV
Call me crazy, but I just read all 73 pages. Hilarious stuff that is all too familiar to me being that we have our fair share of assclowns on my forum that receive the same "special attention" that Mr. Wenzel received.
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Old 03-20-2006, 8:31 AM
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If you have the time to read the 73 pages of this thread: http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/showthread.php?t=399203 You can learn how regular folks can track someone over the Internet.

VERY easy to track someone you have exchanged personal info with, as in the Wenzel case. Money and product back and forth nets a lot of location data.
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Old 03-20-2006, 9:05 AM
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Lowes fixed mag.
I love this thing.

I used the same fixed mag kit and snap lock cover!

They can check mine all they want!
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Old 03-20-2006, 9:25 AM
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What fixed mag kit... the lowes? Where can these be purchased?
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Old 03-20-2006, 9:38 AM
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At Lowes
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Ahh I get it now, thanks Jeff. So this does not utilize a spacer like the sporting conversions kit.... I am guessing that the washer keeps the nut from going inside of teh lower erceiver. So if you over torque the nut is it possible to ruin the receiver?
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Old 03-20-2006, 11:31 AM
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you'd be shocked. some A-hole mod on another forum gave my info to the Sherf. Dept. They only gave them my IP addy and they tracked me down and showed up on my sidewalk. Reason? Everyone was talking cr@p about one LEO and i said "he deserves an arse beating" and my avatar at the time was the sniper from saving private ryan. They said because of that they were "WORRIED" wtf. they have nothing better to do... So watch yourself buddy~



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I totally agree with you, honestly, what personal info did you give this message board that the Feds are going to track you down with? Oh, your email? First they have to get a court order, then give it to Calguns, and then Calguns would have to comply to giving up that info (chances are that would end up in a court battle if Calguns has any balls, which they probably do), which if anyone who has registed will remember is nothing except for an email. Then, say they do get the court order because so and so does not have a fixed mag or something like that (like they are going to waste their time on that one) and Calguns does not put up a fight and just hands over the email address. THEN they have to go and get another court order for your ISP, who does have your real personal info (unless your a hotmail account or something like, where you did not have to give real info). And then your ISP will have to cough up the info (has anyone read today's LA Times about Google and the US GVT)?

Who can tell us the last time (or first time) they heard a story about one guy getting tracked down, court order after court order due to a firearm?

You always need to be careful in life, but please, some people are way to paranoid here. On the other hand, no reason to wave your come and get me flag.

Just one person's humble opinion.
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Old 03-20-2006, 12:22 PM
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High Standard Lower
Del-Ton M4 Upper
6-pos Stock
RRA 2-Stage Trigger
Lowes fixed mag.
A.R.M.S. #40A2

I love this thing.
Is that the Del-Ton special upper on there? I ordered one of those badboys for $440 myself.
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Old 03-20-2006, 1:44 PM
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Is that the Del-Ton special upper on there? I ordered one of those badboys for $440 myself.
I bought a whole rifle kit, it is the same upper except is has m4 handguards and a side-sling, also at the time they were backordered on Wilson barrels and I had to get a DPMS barrel. Haven't had any problems with it yet.
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Old 03-22-2006, 10:29 AM
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When you "quote", can you please don't quote the "IMG" part? Or delete what is within the IMG part? So it will not be multiples of the same pic....
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Still the same 2 rifles.... but more completed now...




(1) Long Range
- Doublestar Lower
- Stag LPK
- DPMS 24" SS Bull Barrel Lo-Pro Upper
- ACE FX
- Leupold Mark 4 PR 3-9x40mm Mildot w/ 4" Sunshade
- Leupold QRW HIGH rings (too low, will add YHM-227A 1/2" riser)
- Harris Bipod 6-9" Leg Notch, Swivel w/ T-nuts latch
- SportConv kit + Bushmaster 10rounds

(2) Tactical/Assault
- Stag Lower
- Stag LPK
- Stag Flat-top Upper
- Stag 6pos Tactical Stock
- EOTech 552.A65
- YHM-220 EOTech Riser
- Homemade 3points Tactical Sling
- SportConv kit + Bushmaster 10rounds


Here is a sight pic of the Leupold @ 3x




Here is a sight pic of the EOTech (w/ a NO-SHOOT target... )

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Old 03-22-2006, 10:14 PM
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That's a lot garbage... pretty sad! Where in So Cal is that?
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Old 03-22-2006, 10:17 PM
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Is that Eotech leaning to the left?
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Old 03-23-2006, 2:43 PM
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The bottoms a Del-ton 16" HBAR kit on a High-Standard lower with an old-style Bushy 10 round mag, top is whats going to be my M16A4gery, KAC M5 RAS, Aimpoint M68 CCO, LAR Grizzly lower.

Waiting on some fundage so I can get a 1x7, chrome-lined, Govt profile 20" to finish the A4, then I'll post some completed pics.
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Old 03-25-2006, 7:55 PM
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New upgrade, ACE FX's grey over-tube.


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Old 03-27-2006, 11:33 AM
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Finally, my 2 rifles are completed!



- With the 1/2" YHM-227A scope riser(Leupold Mk4 with Leupold QRW HIGH rings) and the grey ACE FX overtube




- With the ARMS #40 Std rear BUIS




- Lower 1/3 or 1/4 Cowitness, EOTech 552 w/ YHM-220 1/" EO-riser, Std A2 Frontsight, ARMS#40Std Rear

- Yes, the EO is slanted.... *sigh*
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Old 03-27-2006, 6:29 PM
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finally got some pics up ...Now if only I get a chance to shoot the darn thing



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Old 03-27-2006, 9:00 PM
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Floorance, how do you like that forward grip/bipod? I've read good things about them, but have never handled one.

Does it seem too large?

Does it quickly and easily deploy and retract?
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Old 03-27-2006, 9:49 PM
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The grip is real nice, its not actually large at all (looks bigger in pictures). It deploys real fast, practially shoots out. It seems pretty sturdy, and can attach and detach to the rails by simply turning a knob. I find it basically takes care of two birds with one stone. I have a grip and a bipod. I bet for those who have grips from tango down etc, taking those things off to load their Cal-legal rifles must be a PITA.
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Old 03-28-2006, 1:34 AM
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That's really nice "floorance" I don't know if I like the forward grip and bipod but your rifle looks awesome!!!
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a little OT, but could these be practical for competitions and such? It just doesn't seem like they would, haveing to break the rifle open to load it and all.
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damn henry thats a long barrel. we shodl bump fire it this weekend
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Old 03-28-2006, 6:38 PM
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Nice lower fguerra, did you acquire it locally?
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Old 03-28-2006, 10:11 PM
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Nice lower fguerra, did you acquire it locally?
Thanks,
I purchased it at the SJ Gun Exchange, Mike twisted my arm into buying it. LMT complete lower marked LEO. Planning on changing the stock to a LMT SOPMOD collapsible.
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Hey! That was gonna be my upper!!! @#$ lol. I was gonna take it when the shop closed!!!

You forgot to tell everyone that is an OpsInc marked barrel, OpsInc muzzle break and suppressor index!
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Damn!!! So you were the one that got that upper!!! Congratulations!
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That's got to be one of the nicest A2 builds I've seen on here. AWESOME build! Is that a 14.5 inch with AK brake welded on or a 16 inch with it threaded? Everything about that rifle says you're planning on running it without a pistol grip sometimes !
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Hey! That was gonna be my upper!!! @#$ lol. I was gonna take it when the shop closed!!!

You forgot to tell everyone that is an OpsInc marked barrel, OpsInc muzzle break and suppressor index!

xeno are these parts you are able to get
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Looks like a 16" with an Ops Inc SPR muzzle brake and suppressor collar on a like Xeno posted earlier.
That's right. It's a 16" with a suppressor collar, not a welded muzzle brake.
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Hopefully I can break in my new SRB this week. Thanks Bu-bye.
Superior Arms lower
ACE stock
Bushmaster Bullpup mag w/ magpull
Matech rear, YHM front sights
DelTon Upper w/DPMS Compensator, FF handguard, Chrome Bolt

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Finally put one of these things together. Got an Oly upper from a fellow calgunner, and put one of my Stag lowers together with an RRA NM trigger lpk. I've been staring at it all day as it's been raining outside. Hopefully the rain will clear soon and I can take her out.

Here's a pic of my new rifle along with it's little siblings:

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Finally put one of these things together. Got an Oly upper from a fellow calgunner, and put one of my Stag lowers together with an RRA NM trigger lpk. I've been staring at it all day as it's been raining outside. Hopefully the rain will clear soon and I can take her out.

Here's a pic of my new rifle along with it's little siblings:
Great build. What scope and scope rings did you use?
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Hopefully I can break in my new SRB this week. Thanks Bu-bye.
Superior Arms lower
ACE stock
Bushmaster Bullpup mag w/ magpull
Matech rear, YHM front sights
DelTon Upper w/DPMS Compensator, FF handguard, Chrome Bolt

The magpul floorplate on the 10 round bushie just makes the rifle !
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Old 04-05-2006, 10:56 PM
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Great build. What scope and scope rings did you use?
The scope and rings actually came with the upper (I'm not sure on the brand for the rings, but they are rock solid and I get very comfortable eye relief in the first notch with the that forward stance). The scope's a Bushnell Sportster 4x-12x, though it seems pretty nice for a low end scope. I haven't gotten a chance to take it out and sight it in, but I'll give a report once I put some rounds through it.
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Old 04-06-2006, 5:50 PM
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Stag Receiver
RR 2 stage NM trigger
Stag-15 Receiver
LMT M4 upper w/LMT bolt carrier group
Samson MRFS-C Free Floating Rail
A.R.M.S. flip up rear iron sight #40A
EOTech 522
Rock River Arms National Match 2-stage trigger
Rock River Arms Parts Kit
Rock River Arms M4 6-position stock
Bushmaster 10 round mag ( Looks Like a 20)
Lowes Mag lock kit.
Tango Down front pistol grip


I wish to thank UberPhLuBB for his help in building this rifle. He spent a lot of time answering questions via private messaging. And his ideas were copied in this build.
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Old 04-06-2006, 8:38 PM
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Left:
- Stag 15 (Model 2, ie. w/ ARMS #40)

Right: (the new one...)
- Colt 16" 1/7 M4 Barrel
- Daniel Defense 7.0 Free-Float
- CMMG upper
- Ace FX Full Stock w/ Grey Overtube
- Double Star lower
- Stag LPK
- EOTech 552.A65
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Just finished the Phantom
Vulcan V15 Lower, WOA Varmint Upper.
Bushy Elite 4200 4-16x40

First trip to the Range:
Not the best, but I think they will tighen up when he is broke in.

It's cool to see some folks build up from stripped Vulcans. My brother-in-law built up from a Vulcan and his rifle worked great. I keep telling people the V-15 lowers can build a good rifle and you should get them if you can't get anything else.

The only Vulcan gear I got was two Carbon Fiber V-15s (soon to be retired) and an HAR-25.
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