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  1. I'm not sure where you are in Ohio, but here's a list of ranges in Michigan. There's even a couple of 600 yard ranges up north, possibly a good place to do a combination cabin rental/shooting fun time. Shooting ranges in Michigan Map of Michigan counties
  2. I used them in my last 2 (did 2 at the same time) builds. They definitely work, but they are actually 5.1 ounces, not 5.3 as advertised. The one from heavybuffers is 5.5 ounces. I wonder how much difference there is with .4 ounces. I wish I would have had both to compare at the time.
  3. But nothing weirder than your french fry fingers. Girl, what's up with that?!?
  4. Tools, let's see... a small punch, a brass or nylon hammer. You might need a really small (I forget what size) allen wrench for your bolt release(some use a pin, some use an allen screw). Another ARFCOM guide
  5. Here's a whole bunch of things I bookmarked when I first started doing AR-15 style rifles. The LR-308 lower is essentially the same method. ARFCOM guide Vimeo how-to video PSA video There used to be a bunch of YouTube videos, but it looks like YouTube took them all down.
  6. Never mind - I just saw the other thread, which also has better photos so I see what you noticed. Too far back, in case anyone else is wondering.
  7. I found it in the blog. I guess they just forgot to put it on the front page like usual. Link to Primary Arms contest
  8. Are you sure this is legitimate? Primary Arms always has their giveaways in the scrolling banner on their website, and unless I missed it, there's nothing referencing this there.
  9. Most forum software has a timeout for posting. Tip for all: If you think you are going to be typing out a long post, it can be helpful to type it in your word processor first, then copy and paste it into the forum when you are ready.
  10. MFI is where all the fun is...
  11. Measure from one end of the gas tube to the other. If it's all assembled, just measure from the open end of the tube to the gas block and make an educated guess at the amount (probably ~1/2") inside the gas block. According to my notes (I've only assembled rifle-length systems) a mid-length would be 12-1/16" but I will leave it to @98Z5V to confirm. Rifle length would be 15-1/2". It's a big enough difference that it should be obvious without having to get the exact tube length measurement. For lack of a better way of saying it, I will say, "Everything affects everything else." All the parts(and gas port) need to be in harmony with the others in order for everything to work together. Oh, also - a photo of your failure to eject may be helpful to see what's happening.
  12. I was just re-scanning your specs and came across this. I confirmed that their website says it is mid-length as well. But... I didn't see above where you took an actual measurement. You might want to double check that and post it here. Maybe it's actually rifle-length.
  13. Just going along with the current theme... Normally I would have some C23 to include in the photo, but I don't have any in the shop right now.
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