This is a discussion on What can we do? within the The Tavern forums, part of the Oklahoma Hunting category; Originally Posted by BobbyV I'm on a bunch of other forums and have been in the habit of posting there way more than here. I'll ...
No dramabook for me
Ya--I have been distracted with building and starting up a motorcycle forum and a trip back home to NH to deal with some family stuff. Trip called short because my MIL was in ICU. SHe passed two nights ago and now we are dealing with all the stuff that goes with my wife being the executor.
On a different note; I am thinking of building an AR (5.56). I never have. Need to figure out what lower and then upper kit or pieces.
Dang hot out there today.
Sorry about your loss friend
Sorry to hear about your MIL. I was executor on my moms will. Get lots of certified copies of the death certificate. Everybody you deal with will want a copy, even the local cable company.
Now for your next question, about AR's and building them, I have a sticky in the gun forum about how to build one. I'm currently building two myself. one in 9mm PCC and the other in a caliber yet to be determined. Several of our members have built their own.
Start a thread if you want, and we will do what we can to get you up to speed on a build.
"The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort,
to protect themselves against tyranny in government." - Thomas Jefferson
Sorry to hear of your loss.
Sorry to hear about the loss of your MIL.
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Condolences on your families loss. If you want to build an AR check out Brownells and Palmetto State Armory and sites like those. Now days, it's almost as cheap to buy one as it is to build it. But if you build it and it breaks, you'll know how to fix it! They are pretty simple machines.
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