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    EP armory still showing 500 in stock. But with delayed shipping dates and mine were 35$ a piece.As long as I get em. That was before the latest shooting btw.
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    The plastic lowers show already shipped or getting ready to. Glad I followed my own advice and sadly knew what this year was bringing. Elections are cyclic by definition. Now it's time for LPK'S to be ordered.

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    Got the poly lowers today. He did two things I truly appreciate.
    Nylon reinforced tape.
    Sent them from Happy Bear
    EPA.


    Low key,no tags or earmarks for thieves. Very discreet.

    I'm happy.

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    Thing feels like it weighs a third of an aluminum one. Weird.
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    yup they be light. LOL not that aluminum is heavy.
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    Hate takes LESS energy & thought... Dont be so Lazy.

    Building or Bitching? which are you here to do?


    YES, i work for TEC Tactical. 02/07 SOT


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    Really. I had to comment on the packaging though.
    HAPPY BEAR
    EPA
    Nylon reinforced tape to hold a 1lb. package together. I respect that. I think I said it,Chris seems like a sound guy.
    Now I gotta figure out how to serialize it. Heated stamps? Might make the granddaughter her own 22.
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    I can't think of another way right now to get the depth and all correct. Maybe just use the receiver block for support and just stamp like usual?

    Anyone done these before?

    Any ideas? They have great molded in selector settings btw. Forgot the trigger guard was part of the molding. Nice oversized one.

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