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    Default home brew 5.56

    finished my 5.56

    what do you all think.
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    Looks good, congrats! whats the details on it?

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    i like!

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    Quote Originally Posted by muttman View Post
    finished my 5.56

    what do you all think.
    muttman
    Looks good, although I'd find a storage place a little more butch.





    Good job! Home brews are the best brews IMO
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    I dig it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by moleman View Post
    Looks good, congrats! whats the details on it?
    flat, piston-me
    stock set- buttstock, p-grip akpartskit.com. forgrip midwayusa.com
    barrel- kvar
    the rest is from leftover dinner.
    the reciver was my first try at sand blasting, what a better way to spray on finish. I used dupli 500 deg. sation on the metal and krylon fusion on the stock to collor match. I had to mod the akm gas block to get close to the predrilled barrel gas hole, and remove 1/4" from the gas tube to get it to fit the GB and FS. I have a bird cage hidder on the way to get the look I would like. muttman

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    Quote Originally Posted by hcpookie View Post
    Looks good, although I'd find a storage place a little more butch.





    Good job! Home brews are the best brews IMO
    HC,
    I did not pick the collor I just put it on the walls. I tryed the navel jelley after sand blasting the reciver like you tryed on your web page. the only thing I waould change would be the time ref for how long to keep the navel jelly on there. I had got side tracked with the wife and the hot tub and did not get back to clean it till the next day . what I found was the reciver had a nice light grey hue to it and only one rust spot that was removed with more jelly. as best an I can tell it gave a light phos. job. thanks for posting that idea. muttman

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    all,
    thanks for the kind words.
    muttman

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    Nice build, thanks for the pics.


    although I'd find a storage place a little more butch.

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    nice ! but that cat looks scared shitless lol what you do to it lol

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