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Boot_Scraper

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About Boot_Scraper

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  • Location
    Da Bayou State
  • Interests
    Deer hunting, Sac-a-lait (crappie) fishing, and spinning wrenches.

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  1. Boot_Scraper

    What are you listening to?

    Ya'll reminded me of this:
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    Pic Of The Day 2

    Good morning from the swamps! Trying to put some organic swamp beef on the ground.
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    What are you listening to?

    Since we on some Phil
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    Another PA-10 FTE, and maybe a clue

    Yup. That extractor got some bad juju. I bought this for my PA10. It's the G2 style. The whole kit was about the same price as just the extractor, plus I got spare parts G2 extractor Runs like a raped ape.
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    Grilling

    Decided to start a cooking list on utube. This is one of my mother in law's recipes. She cooks it quite often. Very simple.
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    Grilling

    Try the "Rectum Wrecker". It's on the top shelf. (_o_)
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    Building a lightweight .308 AR [progress thread]

    Yeah, don't do that.
  8. Boot_Scraper

    Xanthos build \m/

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    Xanthos build \m/

    LOL,that's coldblooded! Lemme try to explain. So the jam nut I mentioned is the same size/pattern as a mil-spec 5.56 barrel nut. You read that right. 5.56. My dad bought some cheap azz multi-tool thingy-ma-jig off fleabay to swap out his HG. So I says to my self "Self, you can probably modify this to make it work." and it did work, but I've never been able to leave well enough alone. 308AR barrel nut spec is 30-60lb-ft. My gas tube opening was lined up perfect at 28.9lb-ft. Shoulda stopped there, but tried to make the next notch and the BS tool gave up and mangled up the jam nut. This time I am more prepared. Bought one of these. Very nice tool! All is well that ends well Wash. The day we stop learning is the day we stop trying.
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    Xanthos build \m/

    @Robocop1051 Minor setback. When I went to torque up the barrel nut, it went to shtt. The Brigand handguard uses a jam nut rather than a conventional barrel nut. It allows the handguard to be made with a decreased diameter. Long story-short, I used the wrong tool for the job, sweated the petty thing when I should have petted the sweaty thing, and fuct it up. On the bright side, I spoke to Brigand today and they hooked me up. Should be here this week.
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    Building a lightweight .308 AR [progress thread]

    So you like hairy titty moles....I KNEW IT!!
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    Pic Of The Day 2

    Beautiful view @sketch . A stark contrast from my view today 20ft up.
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    Grilling

    Country style ribs. Some people call em pork fingers. Here's a pic when the get wrapped (previous cook). That's shredded butter, honey, and brown sugar on top.
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    Grilling

    CSR's on the RT tonight. 260* for 1.5 hours, wrapped with brown sugar, butter, and honey then on for an hour. Then a glaze and back on for about 30 open, just to make em sticky. Soon to be chased by a root beer float. Don't get much better... life is good.
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