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  1. Don't forget the 25-45 Sharps , its out of the .22 cal.range ,but its an AR 15 Framed cartridge & the .25 cal. 90 gr. SGK is shooting real nice so far in my tests , Chrono'ed over 2700 FPS out of a 20" bbl. . Know doubt the .223/5.56 can bring down a Deer , but the .22 cal. is , in my book, marginal in Deer hunting , I wouldn't use one unless I had to . I made some Barnes 62 gr. TTSX loads for a friend , for his son's .223 Bolt Gun & he said they worked just fine ,one shot drop . This new Cal. with Match Bullets , not sure how it would perform in a Hunting situation . Looks like a Good long range wild cat round for a Paper target . Seems thats what they had in mind any way .
  2. Some of this is funny till you see the guy holding up his Truck . The power of these storms is still not resected by some . 2017-09-14-VIDEO-00000447.mp4
  3. Starting sound like its the Buffer system & how its set up . Venders are more interested in getting the Frame size clarified then specific Models or Manufacturers . This shouldn't be .
  4. Man, Air Boat --- Sleeper 65 Chevelle SS , tough choice .
  5. I don't own a Key Mod HG . M-lok
  6. That should be at the top of the Main Forum Page . The Brass , is not Ejecting properly , could be a couple of reasons , one we are writing about is Gas Volume , the Brass not releasing from Bolt or the BCG is not traveling rearward far enough for the fired Case to Eject & the fired case is being forced onto the Feed Ramp , the Dent . Buffer spring may have a lot to do with it . The bent unfired Cartridges , show that the rearward of the BCG was short , but far enough for the BC ( not the Bolt ) tried to feed a live round & the non-ejected fired Case was still on the Bolt Face or was just lying in the Chamber area & the two tried to feed together . Disassemble the Bolt & inspect , clean .
  7. I think someone here, had issues with that Gas Block on his 308, made for 5.56 & the like , couldn't move enough Gas or something to that effect. Have you tried one Round loaded in the Mag & see if the BCG locks back with the Bolt Stop , that will tell you in a crude way if your getting enough Gas signature to operate the Action or its a Bolt Component . Is the Buffer Spring you have for a 308AR or is it for a AR 10 ? Running her Wet ?
  8. I'm beginning to think they are not releasing the whole story & if there were two shooters , they were both probably from that same Room ( there were two windows broken out ) , 98 is right , untrained , without experience & in that environment , hard to pin it down.
  9. This thread has been idle for a couple of days , so I thought I would post this infowar's compiled video. https://www.infowars.com/explosive-compilation-las-vegas-survivors-speak-out-multiple-shooters-in-multiple-locations/
  10. Tool Porn !
  11. Sometimes you need that Recoil .
  12. & we want it a fast one
  13. I have Lapped every AR Receiver I have ever assembled . I use a Lapping table & Aluminum Oxide Lapping Compound from Brownells , I have a great deal of experience Lapping components of all sorts , you have to have a lot of experience to do it free hand , compared to a Tool like JT used ( which I will be purchasing ), but you are only Truing up the Receiver Face . Most don't need much , you basically are only taking off any coating or finish on the Receiver face , because it can build up there . As far as saying it made a difference in the accuracy of the Rifle , well, it can't hurt, if done correctly & you would have to lap a lot to alter the Head Space . The Loctite Reaining Compound is a good idea & as 98 put it , it really hasn't been tested by us here to any degree , but I trust Criterion Barrels with this procedure , its where I got it from & it was this year that I started to do it , so can't say what or if it helps , but its a sound procedure . I have my 25-45 Sharps Rifle that I changed Receivers on & used this procedure on & I have Targets from before & as soon as the weather gets to a point I can sight the Ammo in , we can compare the group sizes , before & after . As far as the Retaining Compound squeezing out , I'm sure some stays where its needed .I have used it in Pumps ,Bearings & Wearing Rings , among other Components & it makes a difference in their operation , less Vibration is one of the benefits . Any time you remove & reassemble a Barrel , you should check Head Space .
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