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show me your custom AR15/m16

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by helz_mcfugly, Dec 22, 2008.

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  1. helz_mcfugly

    helz_mcfugly Member

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    I like seeing others custom AR's. and no model bashing please. Mine is a Bushmaster lower with a 2 stage Jewel trigger, Bushmaster upper, E.R.Shaw 24" fluted free floating bull barrel, finger groved pistol grip, 9-24x40 Bushnell Banner scope. It shoots dime size groups at 100 yards, likes 50 grain v-max with 23.6 grains of benchmark. I'de like to see yours.
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    What's fun if no bashing is allowed?:p
     
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    Great looking gun, btw.
     
  4. helz_mcfugly

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    nah, feel free to bash my scope. Ill get a good one one of these days.:barf:
     
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    Tools and technologies are fine and dandy, but it's the person behind them that really counts.
     
  6. Claude Clay

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    i would never bash your gun. but can we bury the case?:D
     
  7. helz_mcfugly

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    mine was les then $200 and it works great. Ide like a Bushnell Elite, I hear lots of good reviews about those, they rival leopold from what I hear. I just like Bushnell for some reason. they are made by bausch & lomb now. they make contacts AND when you go to their site the first thing you see is "perfect vision" real big on their page and they also make telescopes and telescope lenses so they have just got to make awesome scopes, har
     
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    I love that case. its a conversational piece at the range. plus it fits me so well.
     
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    for some reason that rifle looks very familiar to me.

    (twilight zone music)

    we didnt go this last weekend by the way, but i did just load up about 350rds of 45. rn and fn, all hard cast.

    changing my turret and shell plate back to .223 tommorow and try some of that benchmark you got me.

    p.s. by the way, call dave (cough cough)
     
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  10. helz_mcfugly

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    that caugh sounds pretty bad. you should have that looked at, really go to the DR and get it looked at.I have no large pistol primers so no .45's for me till later this week. I just loaded 250 50gr v-max. Its just to cold to move outside right now and target master doesnt have a 100yard. but I still need to spank you with my Mark II.
     
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    That is an unusual rifle case, good idea. I bet it does catch attention.
     
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    oh, its on like donkey kong.
     
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    Nice group!

    Mine are all plain. :( I spend too much on guns and ammo to buy any doo-dads. Someday...
     
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    That case looks an awful lot like the plush guitar cases they make for the BC Rich Warlock.

    Also, I didn't know there was such a thing as a "custom" AR. :neener:
     
  15. helz_mcfugly

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    it has curb feelers and a hood scoop on it, that makes it "custom" here on the east side.
     
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    Full-auto, Spikes .22 upper, SRT Arms Cheyenne XL .22 suppressor.

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  17. helz_mcfugly

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    thats a nice one, Ide like to see it being shot.
     
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    hey shaggy, i've got one similar (FA, 7.5" barrel, YHM suppressor, but with ceiner kit). if you can, you should really try shooting trap with it. so much fun
     
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    What kind of hit ratio do you get doing that? Sounds like a great time.

    none of mine have a happy switch, but these are the 2 that get shot the most.

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    Would you be a midget vampire?
     
  21. R.W.Dale

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    there's something like 374 AR pic threads that's in the archive, it seems as though there's a new one posted weekly
     
  22. helz_mcfugly

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    lol HB. yea, yea im a midget vampire, only I broke my fanges off biting ankles cuz I cant reach the neck.
    yea there are a bunch of AR pic threads now that I look. I just wanted to be one of the cool kids in this playground and have one too. I was hoping to see some of the 100 yard+ groups to go along with the guns that shot them.
     
  23. 12131

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    So, are you suggesting no more AR pic threads?:rolleyes:
     
  24. helz_mcfugly

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    does anyone ever take pics of their groups at the range?
     
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    My budget frankengun.

    Stag lower.................$105.00
    DPMS LPK....................$50.00
    Fiberlite stock..............$30.00
    M1S 11.5" upper........ $315.00
    Young BCG................$165.00
    Houge grip..................$18.00
    UTG A2 sight...............$25.00
     
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