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    Thumbs up Tapco's AMD-65

    Just got my 2 59.99 AMD-65's from Tapco and they are mint. Also included were 2 mag pouches and 2 cleaning kits. Got here in 3 days. What a great company to deal with after some of the horror shows I have run into out there.

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    Glad to hear it. They do have great customer service and I agree with you on the kits. Excellent shape for the money. Good luck on building them.

    Mark

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    well, gee I miss this one out. oh well I still have 3 these kits from last time , but I do hear about it maybe won't happend again at this prices

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    still waiting for mine to ship... what the hell's the hold up? I placed the order on the 28th. why do they wait? don't get me wrong... i love TAPCO. Just getting ants in my pants about that AMD!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bluejack
    well, gee I miss this one out. oh well I still have 3 these kits from last time , but I do hear about it maybe won't happend again at this prices
    Dont say that. I just emailed them earlier today and asked them when that price was going to come around again. I hope soon!

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    YAAA-HOOOO!!!!

    :woo:
    The AMD has left the building.
    It's now on the BBT and headed my way!
    Thanx, TAPCO!
    Be Swift, Brown, Be swift.

    Now if only Global could get thier thumbs out of thier asses with my receivers.... it's only been a month. I don't want to start calling them JOE-bal. I'll bite my toungue.
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    AMD65 kit arrived yesterday and I'm pleased.
    Tad bit of rust here and there but nothing sand blasting won't take care of.
    All matching numbers and excellent bore.
    Gave me an excuse to get a couple of $15 flats to boot.

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    SgtRock
    Are you bringing them to the build on the 18th?
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    Fal_Shooter,

    I can bring a couple, got 5 total.
    555th's jig arrived a couple of days ago, I'm in the process of grinding a few more reliefs into the center part. Will try bending one flat tomorrow (centering the flat takes me quite a while though). If it turns out I'd like to use it on a AMD65 pistol build.

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    I am going to modify my 555th jig as follows:

    1. Take all the time it takes to bend one near perfect flat.
    2. Remove the bottom plate and drill two holes about 1/4 inch deep through the alignment holes in the flat.
    3. Drill 1/4 hole in the flat plate over the alignment holes so I can get a probe through the bottom plate.
    4. Now you will be able to put two probes in and align the flat easier. With the probes in place through the flat alignment holes snug the new flat down and take your measurements.
    5. Adjust as necessary or if necessary.

    That modification should speed flat alignment.
    Patrick Henry, that patriot and Founding Father of our country said, "It cannot be emphasized too strongly or too often that this great nation was founded not by religionists but by Christians, not on religions but on the Gospel of Jesus Christ".

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