Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by ShipWreck » Sun Mar 16, 2014 9:35 pm

I love my SCAR 16 :)

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by SereneCarbine » Tue Mar 18, 2014 12:24 am

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by chemicalgibbon » Fri Mar 21, 2014 12:51 pm

My favourite rifle in the safe.

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by sim97fan3 » Sat Mar 22, 2014 10:40 pm

Update on my Saiga 5.45

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by pyzik » Tue Apr 01, 2014 11:06 am

BCM 14.5" Middy
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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by Paltik » Tue Apr 01, 2014 10:40 pm

My Mini-G back from Shuff's Parkerizing: A semi-automatic, gas-operated, "California featureless" .308 carbine fed by 8-round clips with a 16.1 inch barrel and weighs 8 lbs. 12 oz. loaded. (Shuff's Mini-G's are modified M1 Garands; mine started as a field-grade CMP Garand.)

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My Mini-G has a Ramline synthetic stock
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It has a new Criterion .308 barrel and a Schuster adjustable gas plug
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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by thrillbilly » Sun Apr 06, 2014 3:39 pm

There's some beautiful weaponry on this thread! All the M1A pics make me drool!

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by TheLastOne » Sun Apr 06, 2014 8:08 pm

Paltik wrote:My Mini-G back from Shuff's Parkerizing: A semi-automatic, gas-operated, "California featureless" .308 carbine fed by 8-round clips with a 16.1 inch barrel and weighs 8 lbs. 12 oz. loaded. (Shuff's Mini-G's are modified M1 Garands; mine started as a field-grade CMP Garand.)

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You should write up a thread for this sucker. I'd be interested in hearing more. Looks like a fun rifle. Shoot the hell out of it and write it up!


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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by thrillbilly » Tue Apr 08, 2014 6:48 pm

Found this today

24'' NEF 12G

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BUT the different parts

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This is one of my Grail guns.....love the singleshots, now I have one in ultimag and threaded for chokes! I'm super stoked lol
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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by Raven_Thunder » Wed Apr 09, 2014 9:36 pm

Top is my Bushy carbine I have had for years, bottom is my just built Palmetto State Armory pistol with a 12" barrel. It's my place holder for the SBR process.

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by vedearduff » Sat Apr 19, 2014 11:06 pm

My MBR.
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My Carbine. (and primary sidearm)
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My Scout.
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My PCC (Pistol Caliber Carbine).
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That's all, for now.

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by thrillbilly » Sat Apr 26, 2014 11:35 pm

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got this yesterday, old Savage 110 30.06

1.094'' (I bobbled the trigger for a called flyer on second shot) at 102 yards prone with factory Federal 150gr ammo. Not too shabby for a 225$ rifle
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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by R_C_S » Fri May 23, 2014 4:42 pm

Carnik Con lower
PTAC "BLACKHAWK!" Lower Build Kit (The furniture I'm replacing ASAP)
Palmetto State Armory mock-dissipator upper
MBUS rear sights

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by Alpha-17 » Sat May 31, 2014 9:27 am

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by Raven_Thunder » Tue Jun 03, 2014 8:35 pm

PSA 14.7" Build:
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Bushmaster XM15E2S:
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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by McSquishin » Fri Jun 06, 2014 4:08 pm

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My new toy! Now just to figure out how to slap a weapon light on it.
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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by cemoulton » Mon Jun 16, 2014 10:21 pm

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It's on a zombie lower with a zombie dust cover so I figured it would fit in here ;-)

BCM stripped blem upper
Rainer Arms select 16" barrel
DD bcg
Vltor/BCM gunfighter mod 5 ch
Troy rear buis
Armalite clamp on fixed front
OSS banner flash hider/brake
Seekins melonited gas tube
Vltor casv-s
Leupold M8 6x42 in classic weaver mediums (I know they aren't high speed but they have worked well on my heavy recoiling hunting rifles for years and are my favorite rings)
Aimpoint 2moa T1 in my direct offset mount

GAR enterprises Z15 lower, local guy, it's forged 7076 T6. I grabbed it because it is roll marked made in (my home town)
DD lower parts kits
Moe K2 grip
DD buffer tube, spring and H buffer
Old style m4 stock

Needs a weapon light, a sling and a proper stock.

I might send the barrel to adco and have them taper pin a fix front sight.

Sighted her in today (all three sighting systems lol). She ejects to around 2:30/3 o'clock with an H and 3:30/4 o'clock with an H2.

The mount I fabbed up is perfect I was worried I didn't get the hole alignment right (even though I measured a bazilion times). It's just a milled down adm absolute t1 spacer with a mounting block I came up with.

I was going for a rugged, reliable "do it all decent" build without going overly long or heavy. I took what I like about mine and my wife's other builds and dropped what I didn't. I'll mill up a slider for a sling this week, but deciding on a stock and light is going to take me some time.

She weighs 8.84 pounds as she sits.

I only ran 250 rounds through her today no failures, flat recoil, locks back on empty every time, didn't stretch her out but the 36 yard sight in groups are very encouraging. My only complaint can be remedied with a heavier stock, she is a tiny bit chest heavy ;-)
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My Mosin

Post by Josh Smith » Tue Jul 01, 2014 7:27 pm

Hi All,

I apologize in advance for the screw heads; they were taken apart literally hundreds of times. I've since replaced them and found a proper bit for my torque wrench that will not cause damage to the new ones, even over the long-term!

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Front view of the prototype that started my business...

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... and the rear.

The action is shimmed and the barrel corked:

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I also made some cool things like a two-stage Finn M39-style trigger. Instead of pins, it has bearings :D

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LLWDitIiapo

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You can barely see a couple bearings under the sear.

This rifle is capable of this (or rather, I'm capable of doing this, with my 20/55 sight; I'm sure the rifle's much better):

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I had to work for that group, but as long as I have a target I can see, I can do about that. I take coyotes at 200 yards. That's about as far as I can see, uncorrected.

I know what these rifles can do and I love to see folks wring them out. Heck, a Finnish M39 had to have at least a 1.3MOA capability to be accepted into service!

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by Alpha-17 » Wed Jul 09, 2014 10:35 pm

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First major change to my SCAR 16S in the four years I've owned it. Midwest Industries SCAR Rail Extension.
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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by Mr. E. Monkey » Wed Jul 09, 2014 11:44 pm

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First major change to my SCAR 16S in the four years I've owned it. Midwest Industries SCAR Rail Extension.
That's hawt. :ooh:


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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by Alpha-17 » Thu Jul 10, 2014 10:55 am

Mr. E. Monkey wrote: That's hawt. :ooh:
Thanks. More "hawtness".

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

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Re: Show and Tell thread, Longarm edition

Post by paulky_2000 » Sun Jul 20, 2014 6:40 am

Here are a couple on mine...

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