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    Default AR15 concealment/storage blocks

    With these blocks you can protect your finish and optics while shortening the overall length of the gun for transport. Simply separate the upper and lower, slip the block in and close the pins again. You have now shortened the overall length of the gun by the length of the stock. You can slip it into a backpack and in some cases close it. Otherwise the muzzle may stick out. If you want it completely concealed just slip one of those small white shipping tubes over it. No banging around no scratched optics etc.

    These are perfect for people who want to put an AR in their "GO BAGS"

    The block features a tab to keep the carrier locked in, so if you are running a lo-pro upper without an ejection port door to lock the carrier you are still good to go. Lowes and Home Depot carry these pins inexpensively.

    These are CNC machined out of a very long wearing slippery plastic. In fact it was so slippery I had to go back and intentionally leave machine marks on it for a good grip when you are wet or sweaty.

    A razor and few minutes of work will custom fit it to your lower.

    This block took exactly 1 minute 37 seconds to fit to the lower






    The pack is the LA police gear 3 day pack, its not a very big or deep one.
    The upper is 16" and has thick double heat shield hand guards on an A2 lower just to show the sizes it will accommodate.

    I have completely rewritten the G code for the CNC and made many small improvements to this latest version

    The lower lugs are very close to a drop in fit. Most likely you will need to shave about .017" or less off the width of them.
    The bolt carrier tab may need very minor trimming depending on your upper.

    Since most people wanted the ring pull pins, I will NOT include any pins in these, Lowes or Hardware stores have a selection to suit your tastes.

    These are still $40 shipped USPS first class, ppal fees included for one.
    For 2-3 they are still $40 Shipped, fees included but I will pay for the Priority shipping to get it to you ASAP
    ppal to vonzep58(at)yahoo.com

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    BTT

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    Very cool...a neat idea well implemented!
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    Did you come up with this idea? If so you should patent it. That is a great idea and could really take off at gun shows. I'd buy one if I had an AR.

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    Yup. Patent pending

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    These are great. I got one of the first run he did a while back. I love it. Thumbs up on these! I might get another set for my other AR. Ill be in touch after payday..

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