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About Jackalope

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  • Birthday 08/15/1980

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    US Army Veteran. 1st Cavalry Division, 1st Squadron, 7th Cavalry.
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    Shooting, Emergency Medicine, Outdoor Survival, Fishing, Camping
  1. Thanks guys. Sukhoi, I just used a fine tip craft soldering iron from Sears, Craftsman brand.
  2. IIRC, it was approximately $80 for both.
  3. That looks good shadow. I stippled mine, but I stippled only the ribs, I like the way it turned out, and it gives me a really good purchase on the forearm.
  4. Stranger, No, tolerances were not affected. I made sure of that before I had that done. there was less than .0001 added to the OD, and it feels just like before. Otherwise I probably would have done the same thing you did hehe.
  5. Well I got my M4 pistons NP3+'ed by Robar probably over a year ago, but haven't had a chance to post a review. I've shot quite a few times since then, and the carbon still just wipes right off. Here is a side by side picture of a dirty piston and a clean one. Literally takes me a minute or two to clean one. Carbon can still get nasty if you let it sit on them, then it takes longer to scrub off, but as long as you clean right after your range trip, you should be good to go. [ATTACH=CONFIG]2206[/ATTACH] Pretty happy with my minute upgrade. -Jack
  6. You're in a whole world of sh*t if you need to double tap 4 targets with your 12 gauge. Not to say it couldn't happen, but really ? C'mon now, don't go the way of the internet arm-chair commando.
  7. *sigh* I'm so disappointed in my fellow Americans right now.... I really hope this does not come to pass, because you really never know anymore.
  8. Oh I know, I have a BCG on my SBR coated in this. It's amazing.
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