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    Default In rememberance of M.K. I did this tonight>>>

    Spent my time tonight paying tribute to M.K. in the best way I knew how.
    Bluing my recently built Yugo M70B with a good friend who was bluing his Polish. Doing shots of Vodka (and I normally don't drink), and wearing my ushanka.
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    Thank you Mikhail.

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    Hey,,wait just one cotton picking minute,

    those glass's are still full !!! What's up with that????

    Oh never mind,,,that's probably,, why they look so Damn Nice!!

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    They were only full for the picture (and those were not the only time they were filled that night).
    Needless to say I had a nice buzz going by the time I oiled my Yugo.

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    Looks good! How'd you blue them?
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    The quick and dirty way.
    Blue wonder cold black.
    3 applications with steel wool to blend in between.

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    I use blue wonder cleaner for my bore.
    Best stuff I ever used.
    HART SYSTEMS
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=evr_tP9cJWY
    Pull up your pants, turn off that damn rap and speak clear English, if you want to talk to me.

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    Excellent memorials to MK, may he rest in peace.

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    I can't imagine what a build of mine would look like if I was drinking shots of vodka. Yours looks great. Is that a one of the Holiday special kits from Apex? looks like it's in excellent condition.

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    Yes, Apex excellent condition kit built up on a Green Mountain rifle barrel. Not a Holiday special but trade for some barrel work I did for a good friend (14 hours of barrel work to be exact including cutting the Bulgarian wood to fit, milling the interior of the SabreWorks RSB to lower the height of the PSL gas tube, Cut and weld of the back of the PSL gas tube to an AKM gas tube for proper back tab for RSB, custom weld of M76 gas cup tab to AKM gas tube, all barrel turning, sleeving, headspace, and population, plus a few other things I probably forgot).
    I built a 7.62x54R barrel assembly with M76 adjustable gas block out of a cut original barrel PSL front end for 'Scorch'. I was traded the excellent condition kit from Apex, and a new GM rifle barrel for my work.

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    This is Scorch>>>
    My daughter shooting the 7.62x54R that recoils like 7.62x39
    Pops in the background having fun with the .45ACP Uzi reweld.
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    Disclaimer:
    I was not doing shots when I built the Yugo M70 but I was doing multiple shots when I was bluing her
    I did not build Scorch. I only did the barrel assembly work for that rifle (my friend let me have the first shot, and let my family shoot that build when he had her complete).

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