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Thread: Latest build: Milled M70 Underfolder

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    No Hope For Me Coils's Avatar
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    Those are broken on alot of kits. You can replace them with an AR 15 flat spring
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    Nice looking Yugo there. Enjoy it.
    You'll be really happy with the accuracy out of the Green mountain barrel.

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    You have to play with the spring, grinding a little here and there, but the AR spring works quite well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coils View Post
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    You're welcome I owe you a couple.

    2nd nice build I'd like to see the trench art in the next picture.

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    Thanks, will do Dark Knight.

    Thanks Nico. I can't wait to go test it. I have a PSL, AMD-65, Maadi, the M70, and a Saiga 12 to go test out!!! Haven't had time to punch any paper in a while dangit!!!

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    Dark Knight, here are a couple of pics of the trench art on the hand guards. It's a little grainy, but should be clear enough.
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    That's nice trench art. I'm going to have to get some handguards or buttstock with some trench art. It's cool to see all the different things they carved.

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    yea cool!
    i like when they have the coat of arms carved in them
    id love to find a set myself for my other ft end i have
    but there pricy-somtimes more than just a plain beater set
    i might have to do one myself-but my crylic sucks!!!
    Keep the change-I just want my Country back!!!

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    Thanks Dark Knight and Zteknik. I really like the thought of who held this at one point. Was it actually used in combat? Did it actually kill a combatant? If only the wood could talk!
    I actually got these handguards from APEX for $15.00!!!! Just got lucky with the trench art. I was tickled when I opened the box.

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    I too got a set from Apex with some trench art on it.
    Currently set aside awaiting a build for them.

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