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Kyrinn

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  1. Hi, guys/gals, My absence has been due to training and work. I'll try and scare-up a photo. Hope all is well, -Kyrinn
  2. Kyrinn

    20rd mag update

    Got mine yesterday. They are beautiful. I'm glad I waited for 'em. THANKS! :wub:
  3. Kyrinn

    20rd mag update

    LoL. Okay. At least I'm 'suffering' in good company, then.
  4. Kyrinn

    20rd mag update

    How many of us haven't received our Pre-Order Mags yet, besides me?
  5. I've fired Black Hills 175gr. BTHP out of mine. Dead-on accurate at 100 yards. 180 should be, as well. The Bear ammos. are dirty, propellent-wise; tend to be hotter than other loads; and in my experience, less accurate (possibly because they're hot). I run Golden Bear 62gr. BTSP through my AR15s with 0-incidents. Nice and hot
  6. Blender, It is absolutely the nicest trigger I've ever experienced. If my AR15 triggers would be that nice... I've barely shot it, though. Thanks again.
  7. LoL. Yeah, I'm hangin' in there. Busy building ARs at the moment. I've got a bad case of Black Rifle Disease. Looking forward to showing off the 20-rounders when they arrive. Keep on keepin'-on, -Kyrinn
  8. I think I'm the only 'her' on here. I'll have all the pleasure I can handle when I get my magazines. ! BTW, the ribbed look is wicked-cool. Well see, all the more reason for the joke to have been made earlier
  9. I think I'm the only 'her' on here. I'll have all the pleasure I can handle when I get my magazines. ! BTW, the ribbed look is wicked-cool.
  10. Really, very good looking. I'm glad I've waited. Repentent, -Kyrinn
  11. Kyrinn

    308 Conversion?

    --> QUOTE(G O B @ Sep 25 2006, 06:02 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}> A little polishing of the mating surfaces goes a long way. The trigger on mine is a long first step of a two step action, the second step is short and crisp. Don't forget the power of Permatex Anti-seize paste. It penetrates the metal, and increases lubricity/decreases friction. Use it in the pins, and the bearing surfaces after you've polished them. Costs about $4.50 for a jar. Best,
  12. Don, Here it is, under "Limited' http://www.arsenalinc.com/slr106fr.htm Best,
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