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Old 08-02-2012, 07:38 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Lol wtf. Guessing a hydro dipped pf body. Looks better than I thought it would.
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Lol wtf. Guessing a hydro dipped pf body. Looks better than I thought it would.
Just some 3M auto decalling, a pain to cut where feedneck meets the body, the next one I do I'll probably do more precise measuring and pretrimming, this came out so-so.
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Damn just noticed that you live like 30min from me
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Damn just noticed that you live like 30min from me
Small world, lol. Where do you play?
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Please tell me you didn't leave the wrap under the body where it contacts the rail ?

That will really booger the sear engagement up.

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Please tell me you didn't leave the wrap under the body where it contacts the rail ?

That will really booger the sear engagement up.

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This first one I did, because the body itself was actually sanded/polished too much already causing tolerance issues. This was just a test run see how much of a pain or not the wrap was to work with. I picked up an old body recently with a separated feedneck to create a pattern and the final pattern will have the rail area cut out.
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