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February 27, 2015 - 8:25 pm
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I'd be willing to put money down that is a Yankee Hill for-end, my favorite.laugh

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EFudd said
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I'd be willing to put money down that is a Yankee Hill for-end, my favorite.laugh

I think you are correct.  Since the rifle is still in storage, I can't access it to take a look.  However the little diamond cartouche gives it away.

Also, the upper receiver is a JP Rifles CTR-02. The flip-up BUIS are from Troy

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February 28, 2015 - 12:19 am
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"To preserve liberty, it is essential that the whole body of the people always possess arms and be taught alike, especially when young, how to use them."

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February 28, 2015 - 9:54 am
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ese927 said
Welcome Home.....and good house warming wishes..occasiongoodluckproud-to-be-an-american

Thanks!

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My AR in .50 Beowulf, 18 in barrel. Lower made by Umlaut Industries. Saturn Machine made the upper. Fun, recoil about like a 28 gauge or .410.

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50 beowulf left, 500 S&W middle, and .44 Mag right 

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EFudd said
My AR in .50 Beowulf, 18 in barrel. Lower made by Umlaut Industries. Saturn Machine made the upper. Fun, recoil about like a 28 gauge or .410.

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50 beowulf left, 500 S&W middle, and .44 Mag right 

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Stupid Palmetto and their good deals........... lol.  I've got parts inbound for the next one I'm putting together.  Will be updating this thread soon with some more AR pics.  Stay tuned. :D

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Mega billet set with Rainier Arms Ultramatch barrel. Kies bolt carrier with JP Enhanced bolt, PWS enhanced buffer tube. Spikes battle trigger and MBUS Pro sights, plus other goodies here and there. 

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@matt........  Is that the XS drum I spy or something else?  BTW sweet looking setup you got there sir.

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Jeremy, yes, it's the X-Products drum. I've run it from everything to my mid-length gas semi to FA SBRs and never had a problem with it. While it's not super light, I like the relative low profile vs the long Surefire's or 40 rd Magpuls. Thanks, glad you like/approve. 

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Well a certain someone earlier today was on the tube patting himself on the back about how 5 years ago he did us all a favor and crammed a healthcare system down all our throat regardless if we agreed with it or not.  Disgusted I had to turn it off.

Then a light bulb went off in my head.  Why not celebrate the occasion with a bang.  Literally well almost ;)

I assembled my Spike's Punisher lower this evening.  My upper components from Palmetto should arrive sometime tomorrow.  I should be sending rounds downrange hopefully this weekend.

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My new Punisher lower next to his older brother Mr. Zombie.  I'm pumped even though there are still a few bits I'll have to gather up at a later date but basically I'll have another functional AR in the stable.

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Still a work in progress but now she's fully functional.  Still not sure what route I'm going with a rail, optic, etc............ 

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Added a bipod and AFG.  Finally got her out to the range for some functionality testing.  Ran perfectly. She's also gong worthy at 300 yards with the front iron and rear flip up.  Good enough at the moment for me. I'm super pleased so far with the way this one's turning out.  I've got some Vortex glass and a Burris mount on the way. Once I get that all squared away I'm looking forward to printing some decent long distance groups on paper with this one.  Can't wait.

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This is my precision AR.  Is has an 18 inch White Oak SPR barrel with a surefire muzzle brake.  Handguard is a PRI Gen 1 with PEQ rail.  Scope is a Leupold Mk4 2.5-10 illuminated mil dot in a Larue SPR mount.  Trigger is a Geissele SSA-E (best trigger on the market in my opinion).  With my load, it held .85" 10 round groups at 100m up until about 800 rounds ago when it started opening up to about 1.5" groups.  When I rebarrel, it will be a 17" Black Hole Weaponry .223 Wylde barrel.

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Im in the process of finishing a .264LBC (6.5 Grendel) upper for this.  It has an 18" BHW barrel with Barrett 468 brake, Seekins IRMT upper and 15" MCSR handguard.  It will eventually get a Vortex Viper PST scope, probably 4.5-14x

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This is a registered Short Barrel Rifle.  It is my main home defense gun.  It has a 10.5" barrel, Larue handguard, Aimpoint M4s (turned it on when I bought it in 2008, still on the original battery) and a Geissele Super 3-Gun trigger.  the light is a Surefire Scout M620.  It will eventually be getting a Steiner/LDI DBAL A3 for IR illumination and designation with night vision. Since I took this picture, I've chopped the front sight base into a low pro gas block.

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This is probably my favorite one of the bunch.  Its the same lower as the one above, but the upper is a 14.5" M4 barrel with a Vortex G6 flash hider. Handguard is a Vltor CASV.  Optic is a Trijicon TA-33 3x ACOG w/ green chevron BDC. Light is a Surefire M952V (white/IR) in a Haley Strategic mount.  This will be getting a Steiner/LDI DBAL I-2 designating with night vision.  This rifle is the ideal "fighting" rifle for me.  I was concerned with the ACOG at first, especially up close.  Once I learned my offsets and got used to the magnified optic, I got just as fast and accurate as with an Aimpoint or EOTech from 5-75m.  Outside 75m up to about 450m, the ACOG is a dream for ranging and fast shooting person sized steels and paper.

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I also have a 7.5" 5.56mm upper for my SBR.  It has an SLR Solo handguard, SWR Specwar muzzle brake, and a C-MORE on top.  It is probably the most miserable shooting thing I own.  Every shot feels like it rattles your skull, and flame shoots about 8ft out to each side of the brake.  It's super tiny, which is handy but not fun to shoot.  I built it because I had some parts laying around and I got a steal on the barrel and handguard.  I sheared a bolt lug last week shooting.

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I have parts and pieces for a 12" .264LBC upper in an American Spirit Arms Side charging upper (they are really cool, you should check them out) that im waiting on a few more items to go on sale.

 

Also working on a 12" 300 Blackout upper, because why not?  I have a ready supply of 5.56 brass to make cases, and I don't need new bolts or magazines.

 

I'm planning on getting a SilencerCo Omega multi-cal suppressor as soon as I can find a decent price on one.  When I do, That will be used interchangeably throughout all the above uppers/rifles.

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I built all of the above rifles/uppers.  I almost get more enjoyment out building stuff than I do shooting it.  I especially enjoy building precision uppers.

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To the paranoid people who check behind shower curtains for murderers:

if you find one...what's your plan?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Technically, the glass is always full; half liquid, half air....

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Well, I did a bad thing with my registered short barreled rifle. I bought an MVB ARC stock.

My 7.5" barreled upper now combines with this to make a 22" overall length package.

Pictured is a full size glock for size comparison

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