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Old 02-10-2019, 10:07 AM
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Last spring my local gun shop / range had a raffle for a charger with a silcecerco warlock can. Had some cash and the proceeds were for a good cause so I bought a few tickets and forgot about it. When the called and told me I won the charger I actually had to look up what a charger was lol. Awesome part was they even covered the fee for the tax stamp. Since winning I have put a little funding into it and have made an awesome little plinker. Added a copper customs brace adapter, tail hook mod II brace and sightmark Wolverine optics (overkill size wise but I like the fact it takes a standard AA). Yesterday I installed a Kidd guide rod, reduced spring and charging handle, Kidd bolt release, and buffer pin. Also polished the inside of the receiver and radiused the back of the bolt a little. Will cycle just fine with subsonic rounds now. Anyway figured I would say hi since I been lurking and reading everyoneís tips here the last few months.




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Old 02-10-2019, 03:09 PM
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Very nice little setup. I have one that is very similar to yours.
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Old 02-10-2019, 07:58 PM
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Last spring my local gun shop / range had a raffle for a charger with a silcecerco warlock can. Had some cash and the proceeds were for a good cause so I bought a few tickets and forgot about it. When the called and told me I won the charger I actually had to look up what a charger was lol. Awesome part was they even covered the fee for the tax stamp. Since winning I have put a little funding into it and have made an awesome little plinker. Added a copper customs brace adapter, tail hook mod II brace and sightmark Wolverine optics (overkill size wise but I like the fact it takes a standard AA). Yesterday I installed a Kidd guide rod, reduced spring and charging handle, Kidd bolt release, and buffer pin. Also polished the inside of the receiver and radiused the back of the bolt a little. Will cycle just fine with subsonic rounds now. Anyway figured I would say hi since I been lurking and reading everyoneís tips here the last few months.




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Looks like Calibers Indoor Shooting Range in NM.
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Old 02-10-2019, 09:03 PM
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Looks like Calibers Indoor Shooting Range in NM.


Is actually Mags indoor shooting in Moriarty


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Old 02-11-2019, 12:09 PM
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Nicely done!

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Old 02-17-2019, 10:48 AM
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Thanks all. Now to start a stash fund for the rest of the upgrades. Planning on a new bolt, probably a trigger upgrade, eventually a 10inch bull barrel and thinking about a folding buffer tube adapter but not sure if that one is worth the cost.

Is it just me or is buying and modifying firearms a lot like getting a tattoo? You can go years thinking you donít need one but when you finally do gotta keep getting more


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Old 05-25-2019, 04:54 PM
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New from N.M. with a charger build

Went to the range to visit my suppressor today (still no tax stamp ) and I think itís safe to say I got the red dot dialed in pretty good. This is 100 rounds at 20 yards (max distance at my local indoor range) was a mix of cheek welded, shouldered, pistol style with the brace down and using the bipod on the bench. On the bench itís a tack driver, pistol style more of a shotgun





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