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New rifle build

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by biggsie, Feb 23, 2007.

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  1. biggsie

    biggsie Member

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    Just completed this build, I just thought I'd see what your oppinions are. I am currently displaying it for sale it in my shop for $995. Please let me know what you think.

    Doublestar lower
    Flat top upper w/ dust cover and forward assist
    16" wilson barrel w/ compensator
    Vltor rifle length buttstock
    polymer picatinny rail on bottom of handguard
    Verticle forend grip
    BSA laser sight w/ pressure switch
    Multi reticle heads-up display sight
    (2) 10rd magazines

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  2. scrat

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    build like custom made

    :what: :what:

    wow thats nice.
     
  3. rangerruck

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    very nice, I likey that buttstock a lot, by the way.
     
  4. The Deer Hunter

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    Nice gun, how much were the parts?

    :)
     
  5. GreenFurniture

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    Nice. Looks like several of our custom builds.

    The Vltor rifle stock is a recurring theme.
     
  6. biggsie

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    The Deer Hunter: "Nice gun, how much were the parts?"

    That's top secret:neener:
     
  7. GreenFurniture

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    Can I guess?
     
  8. GreenFurniture

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    Oh, and don't forget to pay the FET if you've built a couple of weapons this year.

    Better safe than sorry.
     
  9. biggsie

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    I try to sell the lowers seperate from the uppers to be safe....... most of the customers want to "build" them there own way anyway.
     
  10. DougW

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    Nice rifle! I have the same style of gas block on two of my rifles, and setting up a fixed front sight is a trip to the range excersise requiring a lot of patience and a fair supply of ammo.

    Not to be the party dumper, but don't you have to have a seperate FFL to "build" for resale? I know that if you build for personal usage, then there is no problem. Just curious.
     
  11. biggsie

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    Yes you do need a different FFL to "manufacture" firearms. That is why I sell the lowers and uppers seperate so the customers do the building themselves.
     
  12. PAC 762

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    IMHO, the cheap optic/laser turn me off. If I were a customer, I would not look at it long enough to realize it was built with quality parts. I would assume it was built with garbage parts based on the garbage BSA/NC Star/leppers crap. I think it would sell quicker w/o the sight and laser.... just my $.02.
     
  13. biggsie

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    PAC 762, Good point! I'll probably profit more selling everything seperate anyway.
     
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