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  1. Yes I reload, and Barnes bullets are definitely turning out to be my go to in several calibers. I just haven’t loaded light bullets in 308
  2. Looking at different 308 bullet weights for my AR10. Im thinking about a lighter bullet for this winter for varmints. Im also consider the rifle for an elk hunt in October
  3. I still build them like i was taught in the Army in Armorers school. I ad a little here and there like lapping the receiver and trigger jobs on basic triggers but keep it basic and simple. My question is after using locTite to bed the barrel, how hard is it when you need to remove the barrel? Ive seen uppers amd barrels fused together on GI M16 and M4s, i cant imagine being able to remove it after locTite
  4. I can see squaring the receiver and has seen my Aero Ar15 was out a little bit when i built it, but not sure about bedding a barrel. I have not read or seen anything that would make me think a good quality barrel needed bedding. I have put moly grease or antisieze on the barrel and nut but mainly to be able to tear it back down and a future date This is just my opinion only guys
  5. Has anyone lapped the enhanced upper from Aero though, I’ve lapped uppers just not this upper
  6. Thanks for the reply, I found a video on YT by accident on this subject and G and G RW tool, it didn’t show the process which is what I was looking for to determine how far out of square it was. I guess just Lapp it it can’t hurt
  7. Think I will pass on this one, think a one piece ring is a better option. Just my opinion
  8. Has anyone lapped an Aero precision enhanced upper?
  9. With a mid length gas system, what length HG barely covers the gas block. I’m thinking 13 in but not sure I don’t need a lot of rail and want to keep it somewhat lite for mobility.
  10. BeltFed that’s some nice animals, hog is one of my bucket list hunts.
  11. Ahhh thank you, we packed into the Superstition for a Couse deer hunt, the 7mmMag was to much gun lol As for the 7mm 08 it’s tempting, I hesitate because ammo for the 308 is every where
  12. I’d like to here about your hunting AR10, caliber, weight furniture etc. I’m building this AR10 for pack hunting, in a round about way. You see a few years ago some friends and I packed into a remote area on horses and had a blast. I found my nice 7 mm mag that I’ve had for almost 30 yrs now, was a bit cumbersome and worried the whole time it would get damaged. Never know what can happen with horses. With all this said hence the AR10 build, just trying to keep it some what light, with enough punch to get the job done on Elk, deer, bear, Zombies lol if needed. Appriciate the reply’s
  13. Sounds like I should stay with DI, to much of a chance for problems with the piston system. I appriciate the comments
  14. I’m always thinking of reliability. I guess that comes from my time in the military. I can definitely understand the weight concern, the AR10 is usually a little heavier than the AR15.
  15. Does anyone run a piston on their AR10? Thinking about doing this, just looking for pros and cons
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