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Ravenworks

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  1. Your front facing picture really does make you look fat.
  2. Mine were never that sloppy, who's the barrel from? I haven't had to use the spacer either.
  3. If you're in no hurry and when Primary arms start having it's normal weekend sales you get some deals. I bought one similar for $119 Usually they all go on sale within a months time
  4. How much oil.is on the bolt? New bolts need to be WET
  5. I honestly think you would enjoy building your own. There's no hurry here so why not take a week and read up? I think you will find it very gratifying in the end. As for mistakes,just speak up and ask questions it's not like you're spinning up raw steel.to make your components. You'll do fine.
  6. ^^^ What He Said^^^ Then there is always these if ya want the real deal
  7. It's really hard to beat the quality of Toolcraft. Right before Christmas Primary arms had them on sale, I bought 3 of them for future builds. Palameto state armory has them on sale about every other week.
  8. This isn't the review that I was looking for, but it's pretty good and done scientifically and pretty thorough. https://www.thetruthaboutguns.com/ar-15-flash-hider-shootout/
  9. The Surefire WarComp was ranked pretty high. I've been using them for about 5 years and it does everything I need it to do. Follow up shots are ridiculously simple, if you are into using their cans then you are all set as it is set up for suppressor use. Primary arms has them on sale for $110 https://www.surefire.com/warcomp-762-5-8-24.html
  10. I got my 5D here- https://www.ceratac.com/5D-Tactical-Router-Jig-Pro-p/5d-jig15.htm They are always $199 or less, if the site says out of stock call them they will have them . I have the Dewalt and retired it,I replaced it with the Rigid.for $100. The DeWalt can't touch the Rigid work wise.
  11. Coming from the one that knows everything you'd think.you would care to talk about the problems they were tasked to fix for the Government. I don't by their products for the cool factor. Fat jagoff
  12. Toolcraft is a solid product, but for just the bolt, they can't touch JP's offerings. Best AR-15 Upgrades with John Paul of JP Enterprises https://www.arbuildjunkie.com/best-ar-15-upgrades/
  13. What doesn't? They set the bar pretty high when they were asked to fix common failure points on a weapon platform for our military. https://jprifles.com/1.4.7_Bolt.php JP EnhancedBolt™ Fully compatible with Mil-spec .223 and standard .308 subcomponents Superior SAE 9310 material for superior resiliency and extended lifespan Additional material around cam pin hole to eliminate inherent weak point of bolt design Improved lug geometry for reduced wear and easier locking/unlocking JP Enhanced Ejector design mitigates case head extrusions and reduces brass smear JP Enhanced Extractor optimizes extraction function and eliminates multiple common ejection failures JP Enhanced Gas Rings reduce internal friction and wear of the bolt carrier while maintaining gas seal longer DLC coating offers super-high durability, lubricity and ease of cleaning
  14. As 98 recommended, here's my view. The Reaction Rod truly is the only way to go if you want to do it correctly and without stressing the upper. I will say this, you get what you pay for. I bought mine about 5 years ago and paid $150 if memory serves me correctly I didn't buy it directly from Geissele. They want $199.00
  15. If you want one of the best bolts made buy a JP bolt.
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