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    This is one of my AR-15 builds. It's ok to delete this thread..it's only a test.

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    Another pic...ok to delete

    Quote Originally Posted by jwh02017
    This is one of my AR-15 builds. It's ok to delete this thread..it's only a test.

    Justin
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    Quote Originally Posted by jwh02017
    Another pic...ok to delete
    Now why the hell would anyone in their right minds want to delete those beautiful photos???

    It's great to have you as moderator and I'm looking forward to seeing a lot more of your amazing work...

    Co7t

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    Here's my first one.
    I bought two lowers at the same time (consecutive numbers) I'm going to build the other one, as a 24" varminter.

    If I ever get a hold of a mill, I would love to try one, from a 0% forging.
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    That's some nice hardware there guys! I really like that billet peice all polished up. For 4 years I've been thinking about an AR, but I just can't get past the money yet. Maybe being here will convince me to build one.

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    All I can Truly say is


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    Now that's exceptional,
    what alloy is that and what kind of CNC did that? (assuming it is a CNC)I would love to see that in a detailed picture sequence.

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    Nice looking pictures and AR. I'm not that tallented to start from a blank and do the machining. I built; or should I say assembled; my M4 from a stripped upper and lower then bought all the stuff to complete it. Used all Rock River Arms parts.
    Here's a picture of it but forgot to put in a mag to make it look better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevin_m4
    Now that's exceptional,
    what alloy is that and what kind of CNC did that? (assuming it is a CNC)I would love to see that in a detailed picture sequence.
    I made the receivers from 6061 aluminum. I know 6061 isn't as strong as 7075, but I just couldn't stand the price of buying a 12 foot bar of 7075....the 12 foot bar of 6061 was expensive enough...haha I've shot thousands of rounds through my 6061 receivers and still haven't had any problems. I think the military use 7075 just because they need it to be as strong as possible. I won't be dropping my AR's in the dirt anytime soon, so the 6061 receivers work fine for me The CNC machine that I used is a Fanuc Robodrill. For the most part I used the Robodrill, but I also used a Fadal VMC as well. Since I think the Fadals are shit compared to the Robodrills, I used the Robodrills every chance I got. We currently have 5 Fadals, and 5 Robodrills. We will slowly be removing the Fadals and replacing them with Robodrills

    If you go to my website.... www.cncgunsmithing.com you will see the projects I've done....including the step by step pics of this AR-15.

    Later,
    Justin

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    i just spent about 45 minutes on your site, truly astounding job. I sure liked the fresh milled look, wish you hadn't blasted it till the last.
    The whole idea of building an AR got me into the AK building. The build doesn't require a $35,000 4 axis CNC....for those of us less fortunate

    When are you going to get those 80% geared off? Maybe offer that jig and a 80%???


    great job again on all your builds you did

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