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Arisaka wrote:
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I finally put together a spreadsheet not too long ago that has the values. It's saved on a flashdrive that I pray my wife never finds--or else I'm dead. Maybe I should seal it up and have Steve mail it to her if I die.

Just show it to your wife now, and then you will die, and that way you can cut out the middle man


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Mon Nov 05, 2018 3:17 pm
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Picked up a Desert Tech MDR 308Win in black from Sound Loan via Gunbroker. Only two dream guns left on the list.

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Mon Nov 05, 2018 7:16 pm
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Picked up a Desert Tech MDR 308Win in black from Sound Loan via Gunbroker. Only two dream guns left on the list.



Whats their link?

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Mon Nov 05, 2018 7:48 pm
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https://www.gunbroker.com/Auction/Brows ... rs=1474803

They do a lot of penny auctions with no reserve. Paid less than the pre-order price.

Edit: looks like they learned their lesson and set a reserve price for their current MDR auctions.

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Mon Nov 05, 2018 8:00 pm
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Thx!

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Ordered a holster for my Ruger American with light


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Stiffened up a plate carrier with some Lvl 3 AR500 plates I snagged today.

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Bought a Stribog SP9A1 and Safety Harbor Stribog rear Pic Rail. SB Tactical FS1913 brace next. This thing is going to be badass.

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Put three lasers on sharks handguns and a red dot on a rifle.

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added some more cake batter (bondo) to a custom thumbhole stock I am making, then sanded on some more rust pitted steel.....

I then disassembled another rifle to reblue

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Ordered some 80% lowers. Gotta try out the ghost Gunner


Sat Nov 10, 2018 8:17 pm
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Yesterday I took my GSG-5 to the range for the first time in a looong time. It's been such a long time because the rifle is such a piece of shit, and wouldn't run reliably for me. Well, yesterday I cleaned it, then took CCI Mini-Mags, and it worked perfectly for me although I only put a few dozen rounds through it. I had a friend that had some malfunctions with it, but I'm just gonna blame him for limp-shouldering it. :wink05:

So I spent a good portion of today tearing that bitch apart, cleaning it more, wiping out all of the old gummed-up Gunzilla (I might start just calling it Gumzilla) from the guts, etc. I Dremeled one part down to disable the magazine disconnect while I was in there. I chased a few springs. I learned a lot.

Mostly I learned that this is really a cheap gun . . . I felt like I was working on a child's toy. Wow.

I bought this rifle used, and it had some "upgrades" but the seller included the original parts as well. I decided to pull off the replacement handguard and cheesy sliding plastic stock, and put the original furniture back on. I'm missing the fastener that holds the original handguard in place, gotta figure that out.

Here's the way it looked this morning. Note the fat UTG rail covers over the fat UTG rail:

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Here's the way it looks now:

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Stole a friend of mines labradar on Wednesday. Loaded up some subs for 300 blackout on Friday and went yesterday to the range.
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Turns out the labradar doesn’t work at ISA with the concrete walls so had to load up some more and go to west coast armory north today and found my loads.

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Let some random people at the range shoot my sub loads through the suppressor to try it out and enjoyed the smiles on their faces Image


Can home and loaded up the rest of the midway blems I bought into the 300 blackout subs for future range days. Thanks a lot to Steve for troubleshooting my labradar problems and helping me with my loads. Sometimes (rarely) you can be helpful!


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I loaded my Garage Pistol with 147gr HST's and i went Trap shooting with my son.

A good day. :wagwoot:

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usrifle wrote:
I loaded my Garage Pistol with 147gr HST's and i went Trap shooting with my son.

A good day. :wagwoot:

Anybody that can trap shoot with a pistol is awesome. :bigsmile:

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