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    Upper in stock at pk firearms!!

    http://www.pkfirearms.com/FN_Custom_Uppers/193/c better hurry!
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    Got everything for build, only took one week!!

    Jumped on the I gotta have one bandwagon last Thursday. Knew a local dealer that had a stripped RR lower stashed so I got it. Also picked up a tapco 6 position stock. Found a RR LPK at pk firearms on monday and ordered it. Kept missing the lowers at PK and PSA, Finally snagged one today from...
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    6.8 Mags??? Any leads?

    Procrastinator here, got a lower, no upper but have hands on a new Bushy 6.8 complete upper 16", no mags and can't seem to find any online. Mags would help me decide to buy it or wait and find a 223 upper, can get the 6.8 for under 7 bills, under the present conditions, I think thats a fair price.
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    Hunting & Fishing Grouper anyone?

    Re: Grouper anyone? Goliaths have been protected since 1990, NO retention allowed. They changed the law several years ago to prevent them from being lifted from the water. As the link above states, they must be unhooked or line cut without removing them from the water. The sad thing is that...
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    Hunting & Fishing Grouper anyone?

    Re: Grouper anyone? Not to be a kill joy, but careful with the pics. It is illegal to remove Goliaths from the water. Note: Goliath grouper and Nassau grouper must be released by cutting the line and NOT removed from the water. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has...
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    Gunsmithing Rem 788 safety question.(UPDATED WITH PICS)

    Re: Rem 788 safety question. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: RADcustom</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Start by spraying some Remoil between the safety lever and the trigger housing and work it back and forth. If there is dried oil residue in there...
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    Gunsmithing Rem 788 safety question.(UPDATED WITH PICS)

    Re: Rem 788 safety question. safety on, not fired the safety blocks the silver thingy safety off unfired safety off fired its dirty, has not been out the stock in a long time.
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    Gunsmithing Rem 788 safety question.(UPDATED WITH PICS)

    Re: Rem 788 safety question. I'll take some pics when I go home today. maybe they will shed some light on the subject.
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    Gunsmithing Rem 788 safety question.(UPDATED WITH PICS)

    Re: Rem 788 safety question. anyone
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    Gunsmithing Rem 788 safety question.(UPDATED WITH PICS)

    I have a Rem 788 carbine 308 that I love and plan to turn it into my "boxstand" gun. The only problem I have with it is the safety. It will flip off safety with very little pressure, even a brush on your clothes will flip it off. It takes much more pressure to put it back on safety. Is there...
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    Feedback Good Guy List

    Re: Good Guy List stillbuster is GTG. Good deal, fast shipping.
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    Fieldcraft How well does krylon prevent rust??

    Thinking of painting my barrel and action, will krylon prevent rust? Is alumahyde much better? Any special preps? Primer first? thanks
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    Mixed powders, what should I do??

    Re: Mixed powders, what should I do?? <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: jasonk</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><span style="font-weight: bold">You dumped 100 grains into 3500 grains</span>...and they are both similar burn rates, it's not like it's...
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    Mixed powders, what should I do??

    Re: Mixed powders, what should I do?? Like I said, it was my fault. I actually got the re 15 can off the shelf and dumped the powder in it rather than putting it in the 4350 can on the bench. It had not even all ran through the funnell when I said "oh shit". Now the stuck ejector thing, I...
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    Mixed powders, what should I do??

    I know is is all my fault, I should never have two powders out at the same time. What I did, I poured approximately 100 grains of IMR 4350 into a jug with @1/2 pound of re-15 in it. Realizing what I did as soon as I did it, I then took my knife and cut the top of the jug right above the powder...