I have lived for years with operating units that I helped design, and so will agree w/ that too!
Originally Posted by Gus Fisher
Just because one can dream it or draw it sure doesn't mean it can be built, can be maintained or even ever should be built!
Tommy (still thinking about it....... <grin>)
I agree with gwp, (and second the WOA recommendation)... The price-to-value ratio is very high for the quality they produce... However, if you are going to get into service rifle competition, I would at least get the Brownells upper receiver vice block jig: http://www.brownells.com/.aspx/pid=2...R-ACTION-BLOCK and a good barrel wrench. Barrels are a "consumable" item and will be swapped out pretty regularly. I have been doing my own since the one before the last one, and it's pretty darn easy. Get this Zediker book, http://zediker.com/books/BB/BB_main.html it takes all the voodoo out of it, and will make you self-sufficient! So instead of mailing away your upper and waiting for a new barrel to be installed, you can just order one, and install it when it comes in!
Originally Posted by gwp
Sir, I have shot some HP Service Rifle.
Originally Posted by Skeet6
Thank you for that reply and recommendations. I have one of Zediker's books on Reloading for competition. That one you mentioned isn't cheap, but I think I'll order it.
No problem... It will pay for itself, I assure you. Everything in there is done with super-clear photos and easy to follow text. Not to mention a nice spiral binding to lay flat on a work bench... I wish my Kuhnhausen books were like that.
Originally Posted by M1Tommy
Last edited by Skeet6; 05-20-2012 at 05:38.
Now that I've finaly had a chance to take my PLUM CRAZY M4 to the range, I feel I can now answer the question. Yes, I put a AR-15 together useing a lower made by a company named PLUM CRAZY. The body of the lower and the hammer and trigger are made out of Synthetic Composite and has a five position stock set up. I bought a upper with bolt and charger of a guy walking around a Gun Show the same day ( marked only with a C and and a A on the right side at rear of the carry handle.) A week later at another show I bought a 16" complete barrel with front sight ,flash hider and sling swivel marked HP MP 1/7 5.56 NATO. That's when I went all out and bought a PMAG 30 made by MAGPUL Ind. and an box 100 rds of ammo. She has the old style rear sight, so I had to use my small neddlle nose to adjust her to the right about 4 inch's at 100 yds. The height was right on and I am not bragging. I out shot a new Bushmaster in 308 and a DCM in 223 with a Red Dot. Beat them both like beating a rented mule.... Life is good. Bob.