>HYBRID NYLON 6-6/BRASS STRIPPED RECEIVER
you can also get them custom engraved
a metric fuck ton better than the regular polymer 80 shit, more like a jmt with brass inserts and an ffl requirement.
I just want the clear one because it looks cool.
That being said, you could get an anderson or blem psa for $40 as well.
pic not related, lowers are cheap again, get them while you can.
I got couple of them, they are light (1lb lighter), there are some fitting issues which with a little tweak it will work fine.
The front take down pin area needed to be trimmed to fit.
The buffer tube nut and pistol grip nut are brass.
Another part needed to be tweaked was the bolt catch, I just polish the area where bolt catch rub against the receiver so it will tilt when the mag is empty.
Pic is before I polish the bolt catch, it does this to TangoDown, Troy, Magpul and metal USGI mags.
I am waiting for them to come out with the "Ghost gun" then I'll pick up a few.
Also this answer your question too
Glocks have metal reincforcement at all stress points.
This lower only has it for two threads. Not even bulked up at the buffer where the majority of breakages happen with polymer.
** ATTENTION POORFAGS **
Get 3 of this
One of this
(if you have free FFL transfer)
= $1320 for 3 AR ($440 a rifle)
Sell the 2 extra for $660 each... now you have a free rifle
I don't see how brass would be stronger than it would be if the same volume were made of one piece of plastic. In fact, I'd argue it's weaker, since the frame is thinner to accommodate the brass bit; the brass piece is just going to act the same way that a receiver extension would in a solid one-piece plastic lower. The weak point is where metal interfaces with plastic, whether that metal is the receiver extension or this brass ring doesn't matter.
Better materials and thicker plastic ought to make a difference. The brass seems gimmicky to me. Also that clear one is like putting a claymore in front of your face, clear plastic is far more brittle than tinted.
dropped from 3 ft on the kitchen floor
Oh, well that's explains "why brass" and "why so cheap". Brass because they can use cheap brass tubing, why cheap because there's barely any brass. I was hoping that the brass reinforced the area near the rear takedown pin too.
Great. I'm sure it will look pretty when it fails..
Saw your original post. You dropped a lower onto tile floor with pin sticking out causing the pin to shear.
>OMG!!! PSA SUX!!!
Naval brass. It's used because it's resistant to corrosion. They're calling it that for marketing reasons. "Brass" is too common place of a word but "marine-grade" sounds special. Like "aircraft-grade aluminum".
now do a cav arms style lower in clear and we will really be is GHOOOOOOOST GUN territory
>dropped from 3ft on kitchen floor
>lower still intact
Thanks for proving to me that PSA is acually good.
It's not even a bad pin dude, that pin shouldn't be exposed to take that kind of abuse. That's like saying the door is faulty in the this gif
you can already tell that you had the pin out and dropped the entire thing on that spot causing it to snap. especially on a hard floor. Suck it the fuck up and always have extra parts, or be smart and buy shit thats steel that won't break.
>drop lower with pin sticking out
>pivot pin broke, lower intact
>somehow this makes PSA bad
I seriously hope you sell all your firearms
"Aircraft-grade aluminum" is not the same aluminum Dr. Pepper cans are made of you know. You can't build a certificated aircraft with whatever aluminum you happen to come accross.
>Not doing DIY engraving and anodizing on your 100% aluminum paperweight at home.
I know. Everybody knows. Nobody cares because it's just the same 6061 or 7075 that every firearm mfg on earth uses. Same with naval brass. It's nothing out of the ordinary but people who don't know will see it as something special.
Have you ever seen the parts that go into a Robinson?
Eh, they're not shitty, but...how do I put this. If Bell is an H&K, the Robinson is a Romanian AK. It's not pretty, it's not high tech, and it's not made out of the finest materials, but she works and works well. My comment was more to address the whole "Dr Pepper alloy is not used in aircraft." That is not an accurate statement. Most soda can alloys are a 3XXX series aluminum. It's used for interior trims and some mounts and things. Nothing Primary or Flight Safety, but it's in there. But it is true you can't just use any aluminum, it has to be certified by the mill and designated by the B/P. Hell we do some parts that go in main rotors that are just pure lead.
That's a negatory there ghost rider. I work at a second tier contractor that manufactures parts for various aerospace manufacturers. Where are you located and what is an A&P? I'm not familiar with that acronym.
I gotcha, let's see....well If you feel like moving to DFW you can probably get on with Bell or at DFW airport, or any of the others around here. Given the low cost of living you may earn less a year but pocket more than you do now. Also have Toyota moving here this year. Other than that, there's not a lot of aerospace news right now.
Bracer came in today and got it installed - just need barrel, barrel nut, delta ring, A2 front sight, gas tube and muzzle device.
Hi, John Roberts here. One of the owners of Tennessee Arms. Just to answer a couple of questions i've seen. We used brass because of the ease of machining and also brass does not react to anodized aluminum. Also it will hold up to salt water. We have yet to have one fail in the field and our lower is used in some of Frank Proctors carbine classes. He used our lower on his personal lightweight build and he has close to 7000 rounds downrange, his build came in at 5.5 lbs. We haven't had any cracks in the buffer tube or any breaks at the beavertail. www.apexgunsmithing.com has been trying to break our lowers for 2 months without fail. We've mortared them, shot Beowulf with them, beat the hell out of them, and stand behind them 100%. That's why we offer a lifetime warranty on them which does transfer to different owners. If you have any other questions feel free to give me a shout at [email protected]
> fafgots always complainin about shilling on /k/
> someone actually shilling
> no replies
>A shill [...] is a person who publicly helps a person or organization without disclosing that they have a close relationship with the person or organization.
>>21897897 clearly discloses the fact he's an owner, so that's no shilling. However, it could be considered advertising, and that's against the rules.
Wow what a coincidence you found this thread, I bet you totally didn't even start it.
No actually i saw where i had 11 clicks from my Google Analytics traffic, so i thought I would stick my head in. I didn't start the thread. I post on reddit and that's about it.
I find it a little weird how you know how to post and reply already. Well whatever, welcome to /k/ now git
I don't care what /k/ says, you are alright
you might like this one too..I've been testing my laser out to see what i can and can't burn without the cheap mf locking up... did Walken in one swipe
You got anymore stress testing of your receivers? I want to buy but I want to be sure they are durable.
YES do this on an AR lower
you've never used armslist to buy or sell anything i take it..
I'm a CNC machinist/laser operator.
What machinery do you run? Is it primarily CNC? If so, what manufacturer? Do you do any manual mill work?
I've dabbled in gunsmithing, milling out 80% lowers, making muzzle devices, drawing parts in GIBBS & CAD/CAM and cutting them on a CNC. Is there alot of money to be made in a small shop setup, or do you have to be hundreds of thousands into it before you turn any profit?
We just now got into the laser game. We're trying to start out slow and save money for our hybrid AR10 mold. The injection machines and Epilog Mini flatbed laser are in the shop directly behind our building. We actually rent from the shop that does our molding. The laser I use is the absolute cheapest ($700) K40 chinese laser. Im using it with Corel Draw and the MoshiDraw software that came with the laser for engraving. It's good for stuff with good solid lines but the Epilog mini in the back is where it's at for detailed work. If you want to know about the injection machines i can find out, but i leave the presses to the press guy.
OP here, I'm looking ot get one of your lowers but I have a question, how well does the engraving look on a black receiver? how deep is the engraving?
i made this vector that I want engraved on a lower, but I want to be able to have the color of the engraving stand out to the black
>mfw I was the man with the idea
>mfw my first screencap
E-mail this to Mike!
Why do polymer lower makers always try and emulate the exact dimensions of a normal forged lower? Especially when the weaker material calls for some kind of change.
So you are going to color fill it later? If your just wanting the outline done pretty deep, I can do that, id probably makes two passes and make sure the lines weren't too thin. Make a good barrier for paint is what im sayin.
If we order one, can we specify that were going to color in? Bc I'm about to pull the trigger on this. Been wanting to do a lw pistol build for a while. What's the turn around on them?
>It didn't seize up when I did a DickButt
You got a pic of that lower?
So you'll engrave just about anything then?
I just want the engraving deep enough that I can color it in, if that makes sense? like on a traditional AR-15 forged lower engraving. here's my completed vector
...just when this thread was going well, ponyfags come in and shit it up.
thanks, horsefuckers. you ruin everything.
Would be nice if you showed us
Depends on how complicated the engraving is and if we have that color receiver on hand. Pink, Rifle Green are out until Wednesday and FDE is almost gone until Thursday (we are waiting on brass) But if you want black the turn around would be less than 72 hours.. really depends more on how quick we can get a copy of your FFL's license
I am OP
nice, I have an FFL on hand, but yeah, I just need it cut deep enough to color it in. Here's version 3
We are in the process of getting out NP3 BCG coated at Robar and we manufactur our own muzzle device. We're still small time. Nothing too big yet. Net big thing will be the AR10 lower
An outline is going to look like an outline. It would actually take a while for a deep engraving for color fill.. I'm not going to run at full burn just to show you I can. That's just wasteful.
But will you do engravings of muh chinese cartoons?
tnarms confirmed based manufacturer. Suddenly I really, really need a zergface lower
I've been supporting you since you first posted on leddit with your NP3 bolts. After the vining lower, I am now proud to have one of your products in my rifle.
Keep it up, and you'll always have a special spot in /k/'s heart.
NOw if only you could do one with the Great Remover on there...
Found a stencil for you
The Great Remover refers to the accordion-playing Yugoslavian in the Serbia Strong/Remove Kebab video
And if you haven't seen that...
On the top of the hat , i ran the tip of a punch along the lines that were lasered to see if it's deep...it's deep enough to hold color.
That would be nice
is this a good enough image for the laser?
I would have to do something with the lightning bolt behind the dog...out line maybe. But the overall look is good, all except for the grey. The laser only reads black not grey.
If you guys are reeeeallly going for lightweight. The clears only weigh like 4.3 oz . Those were the polycarbonate prototypes but i bet the new material we are going to be using for the clear will be an ounce lighter than our regular lowers.
>Hell I might be on here all day tomorrow.
I can do that one in the morning. The black and white faces seem to be coming out great. I know I can do that one .. no problem. Just put " The Great Remover" in the Engraving Code box on the engraved receivers page. I can knock those out all day long. DickButt is the same. Just put the words in the box.
fyi since you've never been here before, threads expire after a short time of inactivity and are deleted. Thanks for stopping by, in case you haven't figure it out yet this is a much different crowd than reddit
Would you mind linking to any stress/torture testing reviews & articles made about your lowers please, as well as any comments you have regarding the testing.
Why no additional brass reinforcing around the buffer tube and takedown pin areas which are known failure points?
Will be rebuilding my AR sometime soon and a polymer lower is in the running for weight considerations.
y, yu , you mean like pic related
also seriously, cav arms style stock+lower when?
take 2 of ?
might add lines to the diamond so the fill in can be done better
No additional reenforcement was needed around the takedown pins because all of our beating, dropping, mortaring, and extensive shooting with the Beowulf have not shown any damage to this area.
Weight on our standard lower is 5.6 oz , the clear prototype was around 4.3 if i remember correctly . The production clear hasnt been run yet but i will let all of the internets know how much it weighs
Oh fuck. I want to fucking see that when it's done. Somebody get the R3 logo on one of them and send it to those smalldick bastards so they'll hurry the fuck up with the RSS kits and 9x39.
I've been wanting to make pic related for fucking ever. I just hate the giant nasty rollmarks other companies have, and the staggering cost of a York engraved lower (something like $340 for an engraved lower). At this price, I would put up with the giant company logo.
>Customer submitted logos require a five receiver minimum.
I don't mind it at that price point. I mind the giant rollmark when it's a $100 receiver + whatever the cost of the engraving is, because at that point I could just buy a spikes receiver with a funny logo on it. But once I get this Ruger out of hoc, I'll be ordering one.
Yeah, that too.
I'd buy one right fucking now if I didn't have to apply for a permit to purchase
What level of detail are you able to get on the lower?
Would you be able to do this, in let's say, about the size of your company logo on the opposite side, and still preserve some of the smaller details?
Just the 4chan Summer Cup, part of 4chan's virtual soccer league.
I doubt you'd get much/any exposure from your logo on the /k/ kits, but 4chan banners are like $20 for a bunch of views on a single board.
Alright, thanks for the response.
>pic just another design I was thinking of getting, other anons might want it too
Brass is there because it threads well. It's really hard and or impossible to injection mold good threads, so instead they just use brass inserts and mold the receiver around them. This is really common for lots of high strength applications.
While I am very partial to the Kreig lasguns, a straight pistol grip doesn't really fit the theme of that. And I'm trying to keep this as light as possible, so a free-float rail is out of the question, which sucks, because with a little grey paint on the fcg to break up the profile of the big block-like upper+rail I could probably make it look like a m36.
So in short, I have no fucking clue what pattern I'd go for. I guess I'm just gonna throw on a mid-length 16" with OD magpul handguard and throw a purity seal on it
We've shot about 180 through the prototype clear lower. No fading issues . The actual material we are going to use is made to be in the sun and resist fading. And that Shit is EXPENSIVE... it will probably be stronger than our regular lowers
magpul MOE handguard and stock with flip up sights and a slanted muzzle brake. Duracoat it all imperial lasgun green and buy a bunch of 10 round straight magazines
It's not to hard anon-kun, any tumblr user could figure at least how to post for the most part. That said a MOD could verify if OP was the same person, which is unlikely since TnArms has been featured in some gun blogs for their clear lower.
Also Dickbutt lowers too.
It wasn't that hard to figure out how to post. I just didn't know if you needed to be a member or not. I have only read of 4Chan on other forums before, but never posted until I saw this thread on my analytics screen. That Shit tells you err thing about who's on your site and where they came from. Hell i can tell you how many IPhones were used on my site today. It's kind of scary actually
The clear is only going to be $60 and thats only because if material cost is outrageous. And yes Google knows a scary amount of info about everybody. Where you is. What OS you run, what phone you're on. How long you stay on a page, even how old you are, male and female .
Pleb. White list only.
But seriously, web statistics are completely normal. Information about your browser is sent with every request. It's how websites are improved and tuned for the user.
NoScript. Good script blocker. Once in a while I have a problem with the cross-site scripting protection. I can't get PBS videos to play because their player stops at "Error loading skin: crossdomain loading denied". I usually just open stuff in Chrome if it doesn't work.
>The other side has my logo and ATF required stuff. the right side magwell is open for interpretation though.
So you wouldn't do pic related on the left side of the rifle?
best i can do
trying to get a deep fill. anyone that actually has experience at making this shit look better plz help.
all the black is supposed to be the cut
what it's planned for the colors
tbh I'm trying to figure out if they're better than my local fun store.
anyone ever done a comparison between the New Frontier Armory LW15 and the TNarmsco Hybrid?
you can get a built LW15 for $100 out here
I kind of don't have room to. The logo is made into the mold (this will be interchangable on the AR10 mold for contract jobs or blank receivers) . The Multi-Caliber and Name City and State are there per ATF requirements. The Fire/Safe are also made into the mold. These are either going to be pictograms or interchangeable mold inserts. But yes right side of the receiver is wide open, I usually only do the mag well, but I've been experimenting on going further out.
To be perfectly honest, I don't know the actual blend of that polycarbonate that was used, but where some PCs are brittle... this shit was flexible as hell. When I was tightening down the castle nut, the 12 oclock position on the receiver bent allll the way over to around 1:30 while i was torquing it down in the vise. I could also bend the magwell in with my hands and it would spring back. Now the actual material we will be using is on the same stuff that they use for high impact safety glasses. It's made to take a licking when it's thin. We're making it thick. Hopefully these will be stronger than our actual receivers , and they should just from the shear cost of the material itself
Tom at Apex Gunsmithing was going to do an apples to apples review between our lower and NFA. Problem is, he was going to run mine to death first and then follow with the NFA, both with the poly trigger groups, the problem was that my receiver never broke so he didn't have time to go over the NFA . He did do some first impression type stuff though. I've posted the second review but Ill find the first one. >>http://apexgunsmithing.com/poly-receivers-testing-part-one/
Here is the Diamond Dog- Great Remover coming up next...why do I feel like im chatting it up to an empty room...
I call it answering questions. Even if i didn't own a firearms company ...but i still had a laser... I would still do shit like this. Hell this ain't advertising, Im wasting my money on engraving I want to do for funnzies.
I don't know why my camera changed over to the weird dark lighting mode...but it still turned out looking cool..
You know, I wasn't interested in a polymer lower, and definitely wasn't interested when you mentioned reddit. But this alone now makes me want to buy one of your lowers.
I'll be picking some up in the near future.
any chance you were able to get a second pass on my pony lower yet?
yeah I was just warned, bullshit though because all the other posts non-k related but still related to this thread like my original vector stayed up
Good question. We have both of our receiver inserts made in Utah at a Swiss Lathe company just for us since they are one offs and unique to the part world. The inside is just threading as you can tell. but the outside of the rings have what is called "knurling" and the hot material flows into these channels and solidifies . It's kind of the same principal that keeps teflon sticking to pans. We have found it impossible to remove the inserts once they are in their final position without damaging them beyond repair.
Same here. Never wanted a polymer lower, but bro-tier co owner and the prospect of having the kebab-removing accordion player on my rifle is changing my mind.
>mfw where I live has a high concentration of Arabs
>mfw they're generally bros
>mfw I get the kebab-remover lower
>mfw one of the three Arab criminals in the city breaks into my house and I remove him with the rifle
>mfw I brought to court and destroyed
...I definitely want one as a plinker though
welp... that was not at all the picture I meant to click on.
We haven't had any customers dye their lowers. We have had them painted, hydro-dipped, and rattlecanned . Boiling would soften up the material while it is hot, but I wouldn't recommend Boiling it..we've put them in a crock pot on high before to reshape the trigger cavity (Gen One Problems...fixed now) So I would go that route if you are going to be mixing dye in a hot liquid. If the color doesn't hold on 200 degree water, then i would move it up to hotter water, but I would cool it immeadiatly after removing from the hot water to prevent warping. It shouldn't warp at all, crock pot lowers needed constant clamp pressure to deform the material.. so you should be good. These are tough little bastards.
Thats what I was wondering, I didn't know if you guys just glued them in (which is what would have been a deal breaker for me) or if you actually molded it in, which is what it sounds like it is.
How do you make sure that the brass fitting, for say the buffer tube, is aligned and straight inside of the lower? I can't imagine that it is easy, and I could see other manufacturers getting it off-center. Causing a off-center buffer tube.
>getting this buttflustered over cartoons
/ak/ threads are perfectly acceptable on a daily basis apparently, which are more autistic and pedo than most of the horsefuckers I see on here.
Well shit, that's what I want to see.
We are starting to get some three gunners to pick us up. So plinkers like our lowers. Frank Proctor is one of the most shootingest guys I know and he loves his. The clear might be lighter, and maybe a little stronger , which would be weird ...but Ill allow it.
Can you give this one a shot? Would love to see how detailed you can get with text. Definitely thinking about ordering something if we don't have to order 5 lowers per custom design.
We just don't throw the ring in the mold, there is an insert..for the insert..Yo Dawg..anyways. It's a round chunk of metal the same diameter as the insert that we drop an insert on then when you drop it in the mold, the pocket it sits in does all the lining up for it. Haven't had a rejection for a misaligned one yet.
Lightweight or standard. All it really matters is how fast your barrel heats up and accuracy begins to degrade at range. For an HD gun you need the lightest, most maneuverable rifle you can get, and you won't be firing hundreds of rounds to 100 yards and farther, so you won't experience heat issues.
For a general purpose rifle that will double as a range gun/defensive rifle, standard is the best middleground.
For a dedicated range gun, especially one that'll be shot at a decent distance often, a heavy barrel is the most practical.
is there any major disadvantage to lightweight? i mean... longevity wise? i plan on getting a chrome bore for easy cleaning so i can shoot cheap ammo. (i will mostly be shooting it at a range, probably putting a couple hundred rounds through it in a few hours)
im used to shooting slav guns, this is my first AR platform rifle... put together the lower and am now looking to buy an upper from model1sales.
also, im getting a 16" barrel. is the lightweight barrel even going to be a noticable difference? they dont list how much lighter it is anywhere and i only have 1st hand experience with a standard..
Will you guys be making any custom lowers with different patterns for trigger guards, or ambidextrous bolt catch?
Basically, will your future include different patterns for lowers?
No no no... You misunderstand. It's not about the shooting. I just can't stand their football team. lol..That is the only reason I won't engrave this. I won't do anything with Newtown because I lost a couple G's on a kickball game THAT WAS SUPPOSED TO BE A LOCK!! Personal vendetta is why i won't laser lowers referring to these cities.
>is there any major disadvantage to lightweight? i mean... longevity wise?
Nope, they last just as long as anything else. The profile of the barrel has nothing to do with barrel life.
Some noguns and fudds will say LW barrels have a shorter life, but can't say how, and it's well documented that nothing that kills barels cares about the profile.
AFAIK the difference between LW and standard is about a half pound. Given that weight is all up front, you definitely notice the difference. LW barrels tend to balance out rifles better and point quicker.
I'd definitely recommend a LW barrel for the purposes you're describing, or most builds for regular people. Remember the "standard" profile was developed for automatic weapons. Since you won't be dumping 180 rounds in a few minutes 99.99% of the time, that extra weight is usually just extra weight.
Except that's wrong.
He killed everyone, or almost everyone, with a Shrubmaster AR. He had a G20 he offed himself with. He also had a P226 that, as far as I know, was never fired, and a Saiga-12 in his trunk.
there IS a difference when shooting full auto. A heavy barrel distributes the heat better, and it can take much more heat without damaging the treatment of the metal.
If you are not doing alot of full auto shooting, then you don't need a heavy barrel. you won't see a difference in barrel life
Anyway though I agree with
> yet the legislators attack the evil black guns.
That still applies given CT already has a fucking AWB and the rifle was ban compliant.
>hate scary assault weapons
>someone kills a bunch of people with a non-assault weapon
>ban assault weapons again
Maybe if they keep banning them they'll eventually go awway
>not supporting the First Amendment
Then I shall take my business elsewhere, good sir.
they buzzed him into the school while holding an AR15? our news said he had like 4 loaded handguns and no rifles, there was just a saiga in his car.
but the news on that incident was so inconsistent... gotta expect some confusion
I already mentioned the heat issues in the first post. Apart from said issues, which you won't come across unless you're doing a lot of magdumps/full auto and then immediately trying to print tight groups in paper, you won't notice it. The average person will never overheat a LW AR barrel to the point of accuracy degradation through casual plinking, HD, hunting, or even many competitions.
We're not going to do logos of that nature. Americans dying ain't cool. Commemorative stuff for soldier killing the shit out of the Hajis ..I ll pump them out all day long. But im not an engraving whore. Not going to do anything to make jokes about kids or regular mf's watching a movie and getting killed by a crazy asshole that should have been beaten like the rest of us.
>they buzzed him into the school while holding an AR15?
Why don't you try reading about what actually happened instead of just making it up as you go?
He shot through a window in the front lobby and walked right in. What mass killer has ever asked to be buzzed in?
> our news said he had like 4 loaded handguns and no rifles, th
The news everywhere kept saying different stuff on different stations before the police actually came out and gave their report. It was a bunch of retard reporters making shit up as usual based on rumor and hoping that when the official report comes out, their BS version is actually what happened so they could have been the "first" to report it.
But yeah, the official report has always been an AR, G20, P226, and Saiga 12. The Saiga and P226 were not used, the G20 was only used in his suicide.
i live in NY and we are capped at 10rd mags... i doubt i will ever have a problem putting that many rounds through the gun haha.
these laws are so gay... i gotta go here and get my upper because making your own ban complaint upper is a pain in the ass...
i was considering going with a magnesium lower or something like that for lightweight, but i decided on standard... having a heavy base will make it much more balanced.
after all this im going to have to put an FRS-15 on it ($150)... so im getting a triangle grip so i can pretend im a stormtrooper..... atleast i wont have to register it. and it still scares the shit out of noguns.
anyone know a good place to get good 10/20 or 10/30 mags for a reasonable price?
i think since my gun is modeled after a M4 i should probably go with the 10/20...
such is life as being profun in a nofun state.
My condolences bro. I used to be in Syracuse, but moved back home to Detroit and sweet freedom as soon as SAFE kicked in.
Yeah, it doesn't seem like you'd ever need a standard or heavy barrel unless you were trying for a target rifle, something to shoot out to a few hundred yards.
I had to google "FRS-15" and then I got sad.
I'd recommend looking at the Ares SCR for a bullshit--compliant AR, but Ares has a habit of producing pseudo-vaporware so I don't know if it'll ever actually come out. Still, it's a great idea and I hope they make lots of themm, because even I want one and I live in a free state.
looks like a pretty cool rifle. i went ahead and got a few blemished lowers from palmetto, then an lpk from palmetto... and a buffer tube as well... came to $140 total.
model1sales seems to be the only place selling compliant uppers.
i honestly never had an interest in an AR platform until they decided i shouldnt own one.
ive got an AK, multiple SKSs... one of them i bubbad out just to piss liberals off. and am m1 garand that i cant test because i have nowhere to shoot. the only range here that isnt crazy overpriced and doesnt have a mile long waiting list is the public ranges... which are either pistol/.22lr only, or only let you load 1 round at a time so i cant even check if my m1 cycles correctly.
i live in putnam county, used to live in clinton county. they posted every registered gun owners address publicly, and a bunch got robbed.... so ill never own a pistol... except the 1 that im not supposed to have.
yea, just pack up and leave my family, property, job behind so i can have a pistol grip in an AR15. you say that now, but if your state passed some ridiculous law completely out of your control, would you leave everything behind?
move away from family, friends, and your home?
it will happen to you one day. this noguns attitude is spreading. rural states like oregon are starting to have the same bullshit happen to them because of 1 liberal city thats population outshines the rest of the state.
battleground texas is offering amnesty to illegal immigrants so they can vote and flip small towns.
you think moving is a good option here? these colors arent supposed to run.
"the british are taxing us even more? we cant make a decent living anymore!"
"guize! lets just move!"
i want one with a killdozer theme like a profile outline of the killdozer, with 6-4-2004 under it... "never forget"
i am married, i was born here. i got married here, i own property here, my friends are people i grew up with, my family moved here when they came to this country... if people like me leave, nobody is going to continue to support the profun.
our sheriffs are disobeying and refusing to enforce the laws, once they start the "ammo purchasing database" im going to smuggle in bulk ammo from across state lines.
id leave if i could make a good living elsewhere... but i cant.
I could do that one easy.. but i just don't have a ton of spares lying around. I've made a bunch of testers for you guys to show that I can laser the stuff you send me..so just trust me when I say it would look exactly like it does in the picture..exceot it would be on a mag well.
i was assuming you knew the story of killdozer. but incase you missed it...
i have an idea for a movie... killdozer revenge, where the spirit of Marvin Heemeyer possesses the impounded killdozer, and hunts down the people who wronged him one by one for bloody revenge.
Just watched the news footage.that was magical.. For a movie I was thinking more of bringing in Killdozer to stop Sharknado. New age king of the monsters type shit. Killdozer vs Mothera ect.
AFTER. KILLDOZER AND MARVIN DESERVE RETRIBUTION. HE DESERVES A SECOND CHANCE.
once this has been completed, he can return to heaven... only to be called back to stop the sharknado.
i picture the opening of a movie, where some financially strugging council members squeeze the town further to make up for the killdozer damages... since they were self insured. one of the council members is home with his family in the evening and hears his doorbell rings... he queits his kids and goes to answer it. opens the door, and there it is... the grill bulldozer staring him down with the rumble of a diesel engine.... the council member screams, and then it drives directly through the front door, into the camera. screen goes black... opening credits roll....
someone should totally pitch this movie
If I were to do this on a paying lower. The outline would be darker. But....rush job.
It's based on a VERY popular Hentai manga, about a boy who always makes fun of his sisters small boobs, and always slaps them, but when she gets older her boobs grow to a huge size, eventually she starts to slap his dick and.. well.. it leads to incestuous sex.
Oh, btw this thread has reached its post limit. Threads on 4chan reach a post limit and eventually are no longer bumped, eventually they will fall into the board post limit and it will be automatically deleted, so don't be surprised if in a couple hours this thread is gone. that's why not many people are posting in it anymore, because it's so far down.
In fact, I'll continue this onto a new thread, since this one is dying
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Yeah, killdozer is something of a hero amongst some circles here in Colorado. Basically bank and local authorities tried to run this guys life into the ground, last thing he did was make the killdozer his pet project.
It worked really well until it got stuck in a basement ledge and he shot himself.
Man, I remember watching it on news.