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    Default Things to do with "G"'s

    First thing is to get rid of the "G" , built on NDS-1 rec. with really nice red laminate wood furniture . Machine marks removed from bolt and carrier and given a nice polish.
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    They look perfect Will. Beautiful work.

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    as always, look'in good Will!
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    Great looking builds! Thanks, Will
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    Thumbs up Super Nice.

    Polishing the bolt. Yup been doing the same thing on my recent builds. Does make for a cleaner look.
    Beautiful job on those.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 4thIDvet View Post
    Polishing the bolt. Yup been doing the same thing on my recent builds. Does make for a cleaner look.
    Beautiful job on those.
    Thank's for the love guy's Polishing the bolt kinda gives it that "Classic " look , huh ?
    Will Hayden, RedJacket Firearms
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    Those look great Will, Are those the repro Russian stocks?

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    93 % of men in America polish there bolt
    the other 7% lie.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 555th View Post
    Those look great Will, Are those the repro Russian stocks?
    Was wondering that myself? Damn that dressed up those Gs nice.
    Living in a swamp I did a little experiment. I left AK parts, as they came, out in the shed. Damn did they start to rust. But not the bolt or carrier.
    So me and a buddy got to think about polishing, no not our knobs Icarus, wire wheel, the bolt carrier.
    We did and left it outside for a few weeks. No rust.
    My guess is they started bluing them for military purposes. No reflection in combat.
    So there yah go. Polish your your bolt carrier.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 555th View Post
    Those look great Will, Are those the repro Russian stocks?
    They are . They really do a great job with them . They skipped on the buttplate , so if you want the trapdoor you need to reuse an old one .
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