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Old 11-01-2006, 03:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Latest in my quest to own as many different PTP MicroMag finishes as possible.

Nick is nickle plated with a stainless steel TASO barrel. Soon, Nick will have a nice gas through forgrip, and an Intelliframe because that's the way I like my mags.

Thanks Cleric!
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Old 11-01-2006, 03:06 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Tee hee. That used to be mine Hope you enoy it. I love to know its seeing use.
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Old 11-01-2006, 03:20 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Oooo I am drawn to the shiney.

Sweet looking! Nice one Rob!
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Hey Robert,

What type of shrink-tubing did you use on that stainless steel line? I want to put some of that on my Hurricane's stainless line from the stabilizer to the LPR. Is it flexible, and is it easy to apply?
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Sweet looking Micromag, but I gotta say that's an ugly barrel. And with all that porting so far back, that can't be terribly efficient.
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Pretty sure the taso barrel is chromed steel.

They are a good barrels, id take one any day.
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Old 11-01-2006, 10:02 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Sweet looking Micromag, but I gotta say that's an ugly barrel. And with all that porting so far back, that can't be terribly efficient.
last time I remembered automags were not known for efficency anyways!

looks good! I like shiny stuff!
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Hey Robert,

What type of shrink-tubing did you use on that stainless steel line? I want to put some of that on my Hurricane's stainless line from the stabilizer to the LPR. Is it flexible, and is it easy to apply?

I get it from the Electrical Supply store down the road from me. It's just called "heat shrink tubing" and it comes in something like 3 foot lengths. You slide it over the steel braid, and heat it up with a heat gun or a lighter, and it shrinks right up. It's super easy.

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Pretty sure the taso barrel is chromed steel.

They are a good barrels, id take one any day.
Actually, I think it's nickled or chromed aluminum. Magnet won't stick to it. Seems to shoot good and straight though.
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Yeah thats what I thought it was, i just assumed that yours was heavy enough to be called stainless.

The most affective user of an automag ive seen used that barrel and it was all chipped up which is why I know it was chromed or nickel something.
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well... magnets wont stick to stainless steel.
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