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Old 08-23-2012, 12:03 AM   #111 (permalink)
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It is three pieces.... I have a bunch of delrin 3/8ths wall pipe from some dumpster score.
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BOS I think u might have won this weeks challenge on Project CCM! You have won immunity! Lol
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Im not done... I have to go digging around for a cheapy Ar15 stock sort of thing at work tomorrow. The stock I have on there has to go, but I dont want to cut up one piece billet stock tube.
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Old 08-24-2012, 12:21 AM   #115 (permalink)
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I was sooo close to going there, nice BOS. The fore grip ain't bad either good job!

You guys need to stop by Trinity's blog he has some cool cut away photos of the SR-1, fantastic.
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Well, ordered all my furniture, Killjoy APR2, and a non-illuminated crossbow scope (something just seemed wrong about putting batteries of any kind on this gun, not to mention my record with remembering to turn scope illumination off at the end of the day is pretty terrible). Sad to say I opted out of the wood furniture (for now) because I could save $100 just getting an el-cheapo tan A2 fixed stock and a Magpul MIAD grip. Still went with the carbon fiber handguard because, surprisingly enough, it was cheaper than pretty much every aluminum foregrip I wanted. Maybe some day down the road when I have the scratch I'll order the really fancy walnut furniture....
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I was sooo close to going there, nice BOS. The fore grip ain't bad either good job!

You guys need to stop by Trinity's blog he has some cool cut away photos of the SR-1, fantastic.
No worries. Once I get a spare moment I will open a new thread here with those cutaway photos, photos of the Sr1 broken down completely, and a video from Bill showing how the gun is put together.
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Old 08-25-2012, 03:56 AM   #118 (permalink)
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So the back of the SR1 have threading for the stock to thread into just like a regular AR right?

I am thinking of making my SR1 into something ridiculous like this:

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How are u going to get around not using the mag and incorporating the lower tube part?

I think it's a dope theme. It might be the one of few designs where the risers and extra rails fit nicely into the theme.
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So the back of the SR1 have threading for the stock to thread into just like a regular AR right?

I am thinking of making my SR1 into something ridiculous like this:

http://accurateshooter.net/Blog/feinwerkbau.jpg
Nothing wrong with that, Feinwerkbau makes excellent competition air rifles!
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