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Old 07-25-2011, 09:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Got both my Blue Steaks in, have a question.

Alright, so one is in rather rough shape, but complete and working. The other is missing a couple things here and there (including the safety rocker). My question is, what trigger group is better? The one from the nicer gun is cast just like most the ones I've seen. But the other one looks like it was made lighter weight, there are cavities and stuff where there isn't on the other. Does it make a difference in which one I use. I want to drill and tap it for an RVA.



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As for the stocks, you can see one is crack in a couple spots, but complete. The other is in much better shape, but the milling were the gun sits is a bit different. and with it assembled, the trigger group didn't quite sit flush with the lines of the stock, it was kind of recessed.



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All said and done I spent $145 total for both guns. I plan on selling the stuff I dont use, but my friend has first dibs at the moment. He likes what I am doing with this.
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Old 07-25-2011, 09:55 PM   #2 (permalink)
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The top / solid one is better if you want to drill it for an RVA. Outside of that there isn't much difference that I'm aware of.
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