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  1. The Yugo mags are longer front-to-back than the others - you would need to trim the rear of the magazine OR lengthen the rear of the mag well and put a flat face on the center support rivet in order for them to lock up. Check out NoDak Spud's photos of their NDS-Y556 UF receiver to see what I mean.
  2. Thanks for the clarification. I wasn't entirely sure how that whole last day thing played out.
  3. It made it through the 3rd reading yesterday and passed the Senate, which as I understand it means it should go to the House for a vote: http://apps.leg.wa.gov/billinfo/summary.aspx?bill=5956&year=2013 Interesting to note that the House version covers both SBRs and SBSs: http://apps.leg.wa.gov/billinfo/summary.aspx?bill=2475&year=2014 [edited for clarity, then added House version]
  4. Makes you wonder how hard an adapter would be, given that Mossberg's MVP Patrol rifle takes both M14 and SR25-style mags.
  5. I took a tomahawk-making class earlier this year, taught by Darryl Nelson of Puyallup, WA. This is some of his work: This is the 2nd one I made. It's a 'mouse' 'hawk, made from folded and forge-welded angle iron, with a hammer poll. Hot: Cold: Done: The first one I made, I fucked up the eye when I welded the head shut. It wound up being too big for a mouse handle, but too small for a full-sized handle. I also had a hard time getting the edge to curve properly. Other than the goofy handle sticking up an inch past the eye (which I suppose I could trim), it looks a lot like #2, but
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  7. [snip] Oh, and Poland also recently started replacing their older reinforced fiberglass 5.56 Beryl magazines with a blue/green composite clear magazine that has NO reinforcement. It apparently passed all of their military requirements in testing. This is one of the reasons why Beryl mags have been trickling into the US market in the last year or two. Poland, being part of ISAF, actually uses this shit in current wartime conditions. The Serbs aren't using metal reinforcements in their composite 5.56 mags, and I believe that the South Africans didn't/don't in their polymer R4 mags. Of cour
  8. It's Red Jacket's own fore-end: http://www.brownells.com/rifle-parts/stock-forend-parts/forends-handguards/red-jacket-ak-rail-system-prod45129.aspx
  9. You've got it the wrong way 'round. It's adding medical devices to those manufacturers and importers needing to pay an excise tax, not adding the other stuff to the category of medical devices. The other manufacturers/importers were already paying that excise tax - fishing gear has been taxed since the 1950s, for instance.
  10. Lotsa places use shredded tires for backstop material. I could see that being... problematic with tracers.
  11. AK-12 short for AK-2012, Izhmash's most recent attempt at updating the platform.
  12. Tapco makes 10-round 5.45 mags: http://www.tapco.com/products/ak/index.php?_a=viewProd&productId=388
  13. Go big or go home: 50-rounders, like the Galils. I kid. I'm mostly in the market for 30s, but a souce of 20s would be cool.
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