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Boot_Scraper

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About Boot_Scraper

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

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  1. Been in the load developing phase of the build. This thing is a beast. About 500 ftlbs more energy than my 308 (around 2200) rounds, both 16" barrels. I'll admit, those loads were a little hot so I'll back down a touch. Got a set of fire formed cases built up and ready for testing.
  2. Thanks! @Armed Eye Doc And here it is. Just mocked up. Still figuring out the shoulder bump. My first wildcat. Now on to cartridge building. They do have some barrels, bolts and dies in stock right now. Just saying.
  3. Been absent for a little while. Life these days has been shifted into high gear. Anyways... Got word the barrel, bolt, and dies should ship next week. Got busy this weekend and layed down some tungsten cerakote on the Yeti. The barrel is coming in tungsten as well. I'm diggin it. It'll likely be heavier than my 308 but I think it's kinda cool.
  4. Boot_Scraper

    Grilling

    We still talking about grilling?
  5. Passed by this "food market" today. Gave me a chuckle.
  6. This might help. Their site has an explanation as well. @jtallen83
  7. Boot_Scraper

    Grilling

    Beef, it's what's for dinner! 2.20 lbs of CAB top sirloin. Figured I'd give the Weber some exercise. Sometimes a man's just hungry for some charcoal cooking.
  8. Nothing funny about this one. But could be the greatest thing on the youtoob.
  9. I'd soak the entire BCG down with a good synthetic motor oil and hand cycle it a few dozen times. It'll help with the break in. It kinda lapps the mating surfaces. I'd put a light coat of oil on the buffer spring too.
  10. You're good. An AR15 works the way you described in the former. Your PA10 bolt is different and drilled correctly. It works exactly like you described your's to be.
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