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Default 80% AR Build party anyone or AK builds?

Hey everyone... I want to offer up my services and the availability to host build parties... I have a 10k sq ft shop that is all about Motorcycles and Guns... (My two favorite things) :P
Anyway I have parts on hand usually (bullet buttons, stock, magazines, Lpks etc etc) and all the need tools to do AR and AK builds...

The AK tools are a buddies and the AR stuff is mine.. We make a great team and like helping people enjoy this sport.

I am trying to keep my house rolling for my kids and this works well for all involved...

I can get you receiver kits (ak) and the 922 complient parts and 80% lowers and all the needed parts to build your California legal center fire.

Pm me with any questions.

Hope we can help each other out.

Btw AK's DO take quite a bit longer than AR builds... Both are big fun and it feels good to know you did it all yourself...

I am scatter brained right now and know I am missing something so remind me and I will add it and update this post.
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Are ya asking if there is interest in a build party or is this for one on one?

Where are ya located?
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Haha yeah I better update that... But Auburn... 35 miles east of Sacramento... Nestled in the woods... You can test fire if we get done early enough btw...
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Seesm - Let me know if anyone needs any pre-engraving...
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+1 for Seesm... great guy to work with and knows his stuff....


and yes he does have a nice shop, but it's def more than 10 sq/Ft
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Old 12-18-2010, 6:28 PM
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If this is a milling party for an AR, I am so in!!!!!!!!!!!!

What should I bring?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

LETS DO IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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What sort of machinery do you have?
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I'm in for an 80% ar BP.
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Count me in. I need to put together a psl kit. I hope that's possible. It's good to see something this close too.
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I have pretty much all the tools you will need to do both AR and AK stuff... (ANY kind of metal FAB) The AK stuff is a buddies who is at my shop at least 1-5 times per week. And the Ar stuff is mine...
I have a Bridgeport Knee mill and drill press and Tig, Mig, Arc and gas welders and grinders of all sorts and sizes. Also sand blaster and well anything...

If we need more stuff we can go buy it.. :P CGN ARMY style.. JK
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Seesm - Let me know if anyone needs any pre-engraving...
What do you mean "pre" engraving? Do you have a pantograph? I am looking to buy one if anyone knows of any for sale... (cheap)
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What do you mean "pre" engraving? Do you have a pantograph? I am looking to buy one if anyone knows of any for sale... (cheap)
Dude, if you'd just buy a nice CNC milling machine, you wouldn't need the pantograph.
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What do you mean "pre" engraving? Do you have a pantograph? I am looking to buy one if anyone knows of any for sale... (cheap)
I use a Desk Top CNC Machine you can get these used for around a grand... I can pre-engrave the PWts. before the drilling and pocketing operations...
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I use a Desk Top CNC Machine you can get these used for around a grand... I can pre-engrave the PWts. before the drilling and pocketing operations...
Can you host an AR lower build gathering?
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Can you host an AR lower build gathering?
No.... My space is small I do engravings and one on one by appt. only...
There are a few other threads that are informative, regarding engraving...
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If I may ask what brand is your cnc machine?
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Bring it to my party...
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Dude, if you'd just buy a nice CNC milling machine, you wouldn't need the pantograph.
I have huge Haas CNC milling machines I could use at the other shop I work out of (buddies) but its always set up with big money making projects...
The small deal is fun for what we are doing...
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I have huge Haas CNC milling machines I could use at the other shop I work out of (buddies) but its always set up with big money making projects...
The small deal is fun for what we are doing...
Yeah, anyone with a big investment in machine tools needs to keep the money making jobs going..... but it would be nice to have maybe a Mori-Seiki NVD4000 sitting idle in one's garage!
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Bring it to my party...
The machine is small, but it takes a while to break down and properly set back up...
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Maybe send me some info on what I may need to get and maybe you could come down and we pay YOU to run it... I am into buying a machine if it makes sense... Is it 120 power or?
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What else are you guys doing at your shop? Any 1911 stuff? Are you able to turn down ak barrels and thread them?
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I use a Taig... It is a desk top machine and not suitable for anything close to production...
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What else are you guys doing at your shop? Any 1911 stuff? Are you able to turn down ak barrels and thread them?
We do AR barrels so I am sure we can do AK barrels....
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We do AR barrels so I am sure we can do AK barrels....
Haha oh really? Well I got some stuff in mind, I will let you know when things clear up on my end.
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I would be willing to build an ak47 or finish a ar15 also can u guys install barrels on a mouser large ring?
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I am sure we can figure it out but truly I have not played with many mausers at all.. I have a old WW2 carry back of my grandpas that was sporterrized by his smithing buddy years ago but never played much with it...
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Hello there Iv been putting my AK 74 build aside for a while now I'm interested in a build party, anytime during the weekend whenever you guys plan one I'm in.

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I'm setting up an AK build party for Seesm

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WOW I am kooking out how many emails I have been getting about this... haha "Z" has more experience lining all this up... Lucky for all of us!! So we are working out some details and more will be posted soon enough. Thanks "z"
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Seesm just helped me with a 80%. Just wanted to say if anyone needs help hes the man. Im loving his shop!
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i would like to go to this. please keep me in mind.
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Maybe send me some info on what I may need to get and maybe you could come down and we pay YOU to run it... I am into buying a machine if it makes sense... Is it 120 power or?


damn i wish you were my neighbor!you sound like a really down to earth,and cool person to offer up your shop and equipment, as well as your time to help others. after the first time or two you will have a better idea of whats needed to run a great and successful build party.
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