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  1. I just ran across a link to this: https://americanmilitarynews.com/2021/09/military-courts-could-order-red-flag-gun-confiscation-under-defense-bill/ From what I see it looks like 135 REPUBLICAN members of the house voted for this! https://nationalfile.com/read-the-names-135-republicans-vote-with-democrats-to-advance-red-flag-gun-confiscation-bill-as-part-of-ndaa/ The senate needs to try to slam the brakes on this one
  2. Well, Rule 65b seems to have gotten me good! Last year I finally bought the 16" .45 barrel from Oly Arms and was planning on picking up the companion BCG this spring, well as luck would have it Oly looks to have closed for good. So, I'm on the hunt for the BCG to complete the build - from what I have been able to find the only other option for my CNC AR45 lower is possibly an upper from "Bazooka Bros" - Anyway if anyone has a Oly .45 BCG that they want to sell, let me know. Thanks
  3. Maybe JSE might be of help - seems like everything is in short supply these days for gas keys I think AR15 is the same not sure where to get ejectors though - springs might be the same as safety selector detent springs https://www.jsesurplus.com/boltandcarriers.aspx https://www.jsesurplus.com/boltcomponents.aspx Also KAK Industries shows 308 BCG parts: https://www.kakindustry.com/lr-308-parts?p=1
  4. Geez, everytime we get an opportunity to buy normal mags out here KeepShooting is out of GreaseGun Mags - Figures....
  5. You might keep an eye on Armslist and Gunbroker - I've seen them come up on occasion, they're not cheap though.
  6. Yea, word has it that all the places that rent dive gear were sold out this past week I've got a couple of new mags on the way but the ones i really wanted (grease gun from keep shooting) have been out of stock for quite a while now.
  7. On the subject of Loctite 609 - they also have #620, same strength but, it's made to fill larger gaps in the event you have a loose fit you need to tighten up
  8. Wasn't sure where the best place to put this was (Reloading, 80%, Building...) so, we'll try here - mods, if you have a more appropriate category feel free to re-locate it. This guy is one of the most "outside the box" thinking guys I've seen in quite a while - enjoy! And this one isn't too bad either:
  9. For those of you that have the Matrix upper/lower sets from Chris Riedeman (or other DPMS Type 308AR owners) Primary Arms has an awesome deal on a Matrix 308 BCG - $99.99 - it has a 8620 carrier with F/A serrations, a Carpenter 158 Bolt, they don't specify but it appears to be nitrided or CQP finished - looks pretty good! http://www.primaryarms.com/matrix-arms-dpms-pattern-ar10-308-bolt-carrier-group
  10. Man 98, You nailed it - Awesome post Thank You ! May you all have a great Memorial Day!
  11. There is a thread on 12GA AR Uppers here: The WF Armory links I posted are now dead but this one from Tombstone Tactical for the Intrepid upper is good https://www.tombstonetactical.com/catalog/intrepid-tactical/143001-ar-10-complete-upper-receiver-12-ga-18in-5rd-black/
  12. ^^^^Yep, throw some anti-depressants in the mix and there you go!
  13. If you want to spend some $ you could try to find a longer, heavier barrel that has the type of rifling that you need, the correct barrel extension, and the gas block in the correct location (rifle length?) and have someone like Randall at AR15Barrels.com cut it down, put the desired thread on the crown, if necessary cut the gas block diameter to the .750" you need and re-profile the barrel to your spec's
  14. Those composite filter housings expand and contract quite a bit when in use (10-30PSI) I would find a good epoxy type sealer that can flex and try it on the inside so the pressure will try to force it into the crack - also roughen up the surface you are trying to get the sealer to stick to so you will get better adhesion.
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