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Lidocaine Looney

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  1. Make sure its mounted correctly an then follow these instructions. This should help with any other questions with that as well. http://kalinkaoptics.com/manual/KOPOSPFixedManual.pdf
  2. Dang, wish I would have caught the FS thread.
  3. Thankfully I don't have any personal experience with this, but weren't there some instances with some of the older chaos rails with optics placed around that area that caused FTE? May be worth a try to remove he optic and test and then remove the rail and test? Just a thought.
  4. Picked up a black handled, black Bayo bladed Ultratech a little over a month ago and I love it.
  5. MI side rail mount looks great. I have their quad rail on my 7.62. They make good stuff. If I didn't have side mount optics, I'd definitely pick one up.
  6. It rubs a lot of people's hands while shooting. I have the one on my S12 I didn't trim and it doesn't really bother me. Trimmed my 7.62 one while I had it out though.
  7. Directly from the description... "Optional Rail Sets (sold separately) can be secured in numerous positions to attach any lights, lasers and vertical grips."
  8. You can have whatever finish that you can have with clear coat (flat, satin, gloss, whatever) because that's what it gets sprayed with after dipping. As far as the durability, probably just like a cars paint/clear. I had my guns painted and cleared with automotive product and they handle the heat just fine. They will also scratch just like a car does though, so if you want to throw it down and around, I may go with a different coating. I have not had anything dipped though, so that may hold up better/worse than paint if you were to scratch through the clear.
  9. Just reuse your stock spring pictured above. Examine the heads of the axis pins and see where it sits in to prevent the movement of the pins, place the spring where it should be getting started and push it to place with a flat head screw driver while directing the path of the end of it.. easy.
  10. Yea, I know.. Never know what's out there until you ask. Almost picked up a Draco on another forum, but as you said, too slow.
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