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Swapping Gun Parts is like a box of chocolates...

This is a discussion on Swapping Gun Parts is like a box of chocolates... within the Guns & Ammo forums, part of the Tools of the Trade category; Originally Posted by Bird (this time) So you did put the ugly but better feeling trigger back in, right? (Insert jokes about ugly gals here) ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bird (this time) View Post
    So you did put the ugly but better feeling trigger back in, right? (Insert jokes about ugly gals here)
    No, those are take outs. I have replaced every trigger with a drop in Timney or a Rise Armament 3lb in all the AR’s and bolt guns.
    Those in the pic are headed out to a guy today for a build he’s working on.
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    I guess I gotta learn all this jazz now that I’ll soon have a -15. I’ve left my -10 factory as well.
    Steve Petersen--Correctional Peace Officer, Owner-Bullbuster Taxidermy, Retired Military AD1(AW) USN (ACT) 12/07/1997-10/02/2011, TSgt USAFR 10/03/2011—01/07/2018, Master Hunter and uncontested owner of the first deer killed off the Grady County WMA-2011 (Verified by Rex Umber WMA biologist) Kids who hunt and fish, don't steal and deal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bullbuster View Post
    I guess I gotta learn all this jazz now that I’ll soon have a -15. I’ve left my -10 factory as well.
    Once you get the lingo and acronyms down and see how easy they are to repair and modify it’s pretty easy to get hooked on them.
    As an example, the designer Stoner built the rifle so a complete field strip including breaking down the bolt carrier could be performed with a loaded FMJ round as the only tool required.
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    And lot's of UTube videos of how to's.
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    America is at that awkward stage. It's too late to work within the system, but too early to shoot the bastards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dennishoddy View Post
    Once you get the lingo and acronyms down and see how easy they are to repair and modify it’s pretty easy to get hooked on them.
    As an example, the designer Stoner built the rifle so a complete field strip including breaking down the bolt carrier could be performed with a loaded FMJ round as the only tool required.
    I'm terrified of bullet setback so I use the firing pin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Archer22 View Post
    I'm terrified of bullet setback so I use the firing pin.
    If the bullet is crimped on the cannelure it's pretty easy to see if bullet setback has occurred.
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    I’m completely lost ha!
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    Quote Originally Posted by kwaynem View Post
    I’m completely lost ha!
    Come by, I'll show ya.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kwaynem View Post
    I’m completely lost ha!
    I know he’s trying to tell us something but I can’t figure out what language it is.
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    Danged Noobs!
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