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    Stick


    I have been asked to point out that I am Magpul's photographer. I have also done work for 45 or so manufacturers within the firearm community, my work has been used for web, catalog, banners, magazines, covers, etc. I have also shot work for the US Military where it has been used in training aids. I am prior service and a full time LEO.


    I also shoot and write for Military Times. My primary focus is weapons, accessories and related equipment reviews. Manufacturers can reach me through any of the boards. If you have something new, let me know.



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    Question What the story?

    Stickman, what the story about the 80% lower w/ the plates?

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    Looks like a jig to complete a 80% lower. Just a guess.

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    Re: AR Picture Thread

    Good guess^^^^

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    Re: AR Picture Thread

    nothing special, just an upper and lower i threw together

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    First Centurions and first 14.5's. Both BCM lightweight middies. CMR feels exquisite in hand. C4, unsurprisingly, has better balance. Waiting for my range card to figure out the buffer set up. Yes, I have A5's, but no differing weight buffs to be found so may use carbine as a stopgap.


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    BUIS is looking good phil


    How do you like running the RMR as a primary? I may give that setup a whirl in the next 14.5 I put together.
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    The RMR is easy to pick up quickly and co-witnesses nicely with the high mount. For distance I am a convert to variable. Love the Triji TR24.
    Whenever you hear people talking about "a living Constitution," almost invariably they are people who are in the process of slowly killing it by "interpreting" its restrictions on government out of existence. -Thomas Sowell

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    Got to get a good light on the short one and then I'll have these about where I want them. Still may put an MTAC on the longer one. I've been running that Sparc and it's held up. It's really for my 22lr AR.

    Really like the W.A.R. uppers on the ones that run suppressed. I'm also really happy with the PDQ.



    Here's what the PDQ looks like:

    Joshua 24:14-15


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    Quote Originally Posted by joshua79109 View Post
    Got to get a good light on the short one and then I'll have these about where I want them. Still may put an MTAC on the longer one. I've been running that Sparc and it's held up. It's really for my 22lr AR.

    Really like the W.A.R. uppers on the ones that run suppressed. I'm also really happy with the PDQ.



    Here's what the PDQ looks like:

    What is a PDQ?

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    ^^^Nice staking job. I've got one ASAP plate that's been on 3 different lowers. Looks like its been hit by micro meteorites in a couple of places.

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    as usual , great video trident

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    Eat your heart out Stick...

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    Quote Originally Posted by the_1iviper View Post
    as usual , great video trident
    Thanks for watching pal, glad you liked it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jb1911 View Post
    What is a PDQ?
    This is from a company called Teal Blue Bravo.

    It locks back and releases the bolt. (works the bolt catch)
    Joshua 24:14-15


    "The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing" Edmund Burke

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