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  1. Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post
    I just realized I never added pics of the rifle complete Attachment 80340Attachment 80341Attachment 80342Attachment 80343Attachment 80344
    It came out nice, buddy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trauma1 View Post
    It came out nice, buddy!

    Now to customize a B.A.D. lever on her.



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    the safeties are from them, the "crank" style really feels good
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  3. Went out shooting a couple of days ago and this older guy started asking about my AR, like how hard was it to build how much did it cost and what not. You guys should have seen him grin when I asked him if he wanted to shoot it? At first he said no that he couldn’t but when I insisted he went for. After he went through a mag he asked me if I wanted to shoot his pistol. I said sure expecting to pop off some little .22 nope this guy pulled out a 50 cal desert eagle and handed it to me! It was a fantastic day at the range!
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    Quote Originally Posted by McCrew530 View Post
    Went out shooting a couple of days ago and this older guy started asking about my AR, like how hard was it to build how much did it cost and what not. You guys should have seen him grin when I asked him if he wanted to shoot it? At first he said no that he couldn’t but when I insisted he went for. After he went through a mag he asked me if I wanted to shoot his pistol. I said sure expecting to pop off some little .22 nope this guy pulled out a 50 cal desert eagle and handed it to me! It was a fantastic day at the range!
    I had expected to get that last time at the range myself, a couple of guys were looking over with a questioning look after hearing the rifle go off, and seeing the brass. The one actually picked up the brass and was checking it out. I guess AR15s are pretty commonplace there, but not a whole lot of 308 ARs
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  6. Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post
    I had expected to get that last time at the range myself, a couple of guys were looking over with a questioning look after hearing the rifle go off, and seeing the brass. The one actually picked up the brass and was checking it out. I guess AR15s are pretty commonplace there, but not a whole lot of 308 ARs
    A 308 AR15 is an awesome combo of reliability with stopping power! Plus I bet the 308 round is a hell of a lot easier to find! what did you have to do to allow your .223 platform to accommodate the 308 round?
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    Quote Originally Posted by McCrew530 View Post
    A 308 AR15 is an awesome combo of reliability with stopping power! Plus I bet the 308 round is a hell of a lot easier to find! what did you have to do to allow your .223 platform to accommodate the 308 round?
    its a full 308 AR, based on the DPMS LR308. I can't call it an AR10, as that is armalite's name and they don't share all parts. Its a 308 specific lower (has to be, the length of 308 bullets is too long to fit) and 308 specific upper too. Its not really easier to find ammo though, and its priced higher too. but loads of fun. The only parts really in common with an AR15 are some of the lower parts kits, but a few pieces there are different too. The buffer tubes are the same
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  8. Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post
    its a full 308 AR, based on the DPMS LR308. I can't call it an AR10, as that is armalite's name and they don't share all parts. Its a 308 specific lower (has to be, the length of 308 bullets is too long to fit) and 308 specific upper too. Its not really easier to find ammo though, and its priced higher too. but loads of fun. The only parts really in common with an AR15 are some of the lower parts kits, but a few pieces there are different too. The buffer tubes are the same
    Ahh I see I wasn’t sure if there was a modification kit like you can do to convert a .223 to a 22LR Im thinking my next project is going to be an AK. There is a place by my house that you can get a coated 80% lower for like 90 bucks. I have heard they are a pain to try and put together though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by McCrew530 View Post
    Ahh I see I wasn’t sure if there was a modification kit like you can do to convert a .223 to a 22LR Im thinking my next project is going to be an AK. There is a place by my house that you can get a coated 80% lower for like 90 bucks. I have heard they are a pain to try and put together though.
    there have been a few places that did a lower that was really a multi caliber compatible so you could switch a 223 + 308 upper, but its a lot simpler to have dedicated lower/upper combos. my next will be a short barrel AR15 (maybe pistol configuration) in 300 blackout
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  10. Quote Originally Posted by EasyEJL View Post
    there have been a few places that did a lower that was really a multi caliber compatible so you could switch a 223 + 308 upper, but its a lot simpler to have dedicated lower/upper combos. my next will be a short barrel AR15 (maybe pistol configuration) in 300 blackout
    I had to Google what that would look like and my god that a vicious looking set up! Diane Feinstein would ship her pants if she saw that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by McCrew530 View Post
    I had to Google what that would look like and my god that a vicious looking set up! Diane Feinstein would ship her pants if she saw that!
    and in florida, supressors ("silencers") are legal, just have to pay the $200 BATF tax stamp. the 300 blackout can be loaded subsonic, so pretty close to truly silent with a good supressor
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  12. god i hate to ask this cause i feel like such a noob but im looking for a home defense handgun not revolver in the 4-500 range. i live in Cali and and consider myself fairly new to the while gun game. help a brotha out?

  13. Quote Originally Posted by fame126 View Post
    god i hate to ask this cause i feel like such a noob but im looking for a home defense handgun not revolver in the 4-500 range. i live in Cali and and consider myself fairly new to the while gun game. help a brotha out?

    .40 or 45acp. For strictly home defense you can't go wrong with a tac shotgun.
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  14. Quote Originally Posted by fightbackhxc View Post

    .40 or 45acp. For strictly home defense you can't go wrong with a tac shotgun.
    which has more stopping power? what's a reliable brand ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by fame126 View Post
    which has more stopping power? what's a reliable brand ?
    anything in that caliber range has plenty of stopping power. Ruger has a few models that are a pretty good buy in that price range. if you wanted a 1911 pistol, Metro Arms and Rock Island Armory make decent ones in that price range too.
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  16. Quote Originally Posted by fame126 View Post

    which has more stopping power? what's a reliable brand ?
    A. 40 is the best of both world's between 9mm and 45acp. It tends to be more affordable than 45acp. 45Acp is a hand cannon I chose it for take down defense. 9Mm is a good choice too but I would suggest the 40 or 45 because 9mm is a very competitive caliber and sometimes it's hard to find right now.
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  17. Quote Originally Posted by fame126 View Post
    god i hate to ask this cause i feel like such a noob but im looking for a home defense handgun not revolver in the 4-500 range. i live in Cali and and consider myself fairly new to the while gun game. help a brotha out?
    I have a Ruger P95 that I picked up new for $250 The Rock Island is a great 1911 platform gun, my dad has one and loves it. For home defense though you can get a Mossberg looking tits for like 400 bucks or their off brand Maverick for even less. I would recommend going to your local gun range and renting a couple of pistols and see what you like the best.
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  18. Quote Originally Posted by McCrew530 View Post

    I have a Ruger P95 that I picked up new for $250 The Rock Island is a great 1911 platform gun, my dad has one and loves it. For home defense though you can get a Mossberg looking tits for like 400 bucks or their off brand Maverick for even less. I would recommend going to your local gun range and renting a couple of pistols and see what you like the best.
    ya im thinkin about a mossberg now then when i get more cash possibly a glock. i was thinkn a tac light and fore grip. what else?

  19. Quote Originally Posted by fame126 View Post
    ya im thinkin about a mossberg now then when i get more cash possibly a glock. i was thinkn a tac light and fore grip. what else?
    am not a fan of the fore grip on shot guns, but that’s just me. There is a really nice adjustable butt stock with a pistol grip you can put in there that swivels out if you want to have a traditional feel or pivot it in to have the pistol grip only its like a $100. Also if you are going home defense a side rail to hold more shells is all way nice. If your going tac a heat shield makes it look mean plus if you get into a gun battle you wont burn your fingers when you’re going through a bunch of shells.
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  20. Quote Originally Posted by fame126 View Post

    ya im thinkin about a mossberg now then when i get more cash possibly a glock. i was thinkn a tac light and fore grip. what else?
    Why mossberg? Personal experience with them? I personally don't like how they feel, I prefer Remington's or Benellis. Which ever you go with, don't go to tacticool with it. Get a way to hold a few extra shells, a light and if really desired, ghost ring sites.

    I just 'built' this Benelli supernova. She sleeps in a rack attached to my bed every night.
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  21. Just picked up this little night stand beauty. Hi-Point .45acp. Ugly as **** but $200 with laser. I like their pistol chambered carbines too. Well I can't remember how to attach pics.

  22. has any one out there used cut shells before? I just saw a U-tube vid on them and they look like they could be dangerous!
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  23. Quote Originally Posted by tsugsr View Post

    Why mossberg? Personal experience with them? I personally don't like how they feel, I prefer Remington's or Benellis. Which ever you go with, don't go to tacticool with it. Get a way to hold a few extra shells, a light and if really desired, ghost ring sites.

    I just 'built' this Benelli supernova. She sleeps in a rack attached to my bed every night.
    that's a nice one!! i prefer the price of mossberg i said that i dont really wanna pay more than 500

  24. Quote Originally Posted by fame126 View Post
    that's a nice one!! i prefer the price of mossberg i said that i dont really wanna pay more than 500
    Check out a Maverick pump shotgun, Big 5 sells them for 199 every once in a while they are made by Mossberg they are inexpensive not "cheep"
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  25. You are wanting a pump right? Mine was less than 5 stock ( no light or mag tube) even in today's gun climate. An 870 should run you $299-350 depending on options and where you get it.

    I just was less than impressed with the mossbergs I was looking at, many people swear by them though.

  26. Quote Originally Posted by tsugsr View Post
    You are wanting a pump right? Mine was less than 5 stock ( no light or mag tube) even in today's gun climate. An 870 should run you $299-350 depending on options and where you get it.

    I just was less than impressed with the mossbergs I was looking at, many people swear by them though.
    They are a lower end gun but they are good. what didnt you like about them
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  27. Quote Originally Posted by McCrew530 View Post

    They are a lower end gun but they are good. what didnt you like about them
    They felt frail and very cheap, not solidly put together and sloppy. For around the same price and sometimes cheaper I feel the 870 is a better gun.

    That's what I was planning on buying and building before I found this Benelli. Any 'tactical' shotguns were extremely hard to find in my area so I jumped at this one when I found it.

  28. Quote Originally Posted by tsugsr View Post
    They felt frail and very cheap, not solidly put together and sloppy. For around the same price and sometimes cheaper I feel the 870 is a better gun.

    That's what I was planning on buying and building before I found this Benelli. Any 'tactical' shotguns were extremely hard to find in my area so I jumped at this one when I found it.
    I know compared to my dad's pheasant guns my Mossberg is not on the same level but I findd the pump action to be smooth and the barrel to be strong I wouldnt use it to go shoot trap but I like it beside my bed at night. But what ever way you go if it works with your budget and preference its a good gun for you.
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  29. Quote Originally Posted by McCrew530 View Post

    But what ever way you go if it works with your budget and preference its a good gun for you.
    Absolutely! It's better to have some guns and ammo than plans to buy some later. Especially considering the financial and political climate right now.

  30. Quote Originally Posted by tsugsr View Post
    Absolutely! It's better to have some guns and ammo than plans to buy some later. Especially considering the financial and political climate right now.
    I agree 100% but that is a different topic completely!
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