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  1. Looks great! Pauly's services are definitely on my to do list; an auto gas plug from tac-47 and Pauly's glassbolt are the next few purchases I'll be making.
  2. Yea, I may add a folding stock again in the future (I had the tapco AK style folding stock on there before I cut off the tang and put in the receiver block); or, I may add the sling mount I have to it; so many things I want, so little money to spend on them
  3. That's a nice government issue skillcraft black ballpoint pen you've got there
  4. Pics! These include my new barrel shroud from CSS as well as the larger Tromix charging handle. Still have the OEM hand guard, but mid- to late- November, my Chaos rail should be here and I'll be able to put my forward grip on it. Enjoy! (sorry one of them is sideways...)
  5. Well, I just ordered the necessary parts from CSS, but my chaos tri-rail won't be ready until sometime in November. In any case, I'll post pics (and video from the next time I go to the range) once I've removed the stock. I'll post more once the tri-rail is here so you can see what it looks like with the forward grip. I'll be using the STL 300J grip/light/laser, which promises to be awesome
  6. I'm not worried about the recoil, it's just a way I want to modify my S-12 So, any ideas on what parts I should use? It's worth mentioning that I don't know the first thing about welding, so bolt-on is really the only way for me to go. Thanks!
  7. Hey guys, I've been looking all over for answers to the following scenario, but I haven't been able to find any. Has anyone converted an S-12 to have a pistol grip without a stock (i.e. blanked off receiver)? I was thinking about doing just that, with a pistol grip and a forward grip. I'm not sure, however, what I would need to get to "blank off" the receiver, but more importantly, I'm not sure of the legality. My S-12 still has the factory 19" barrel, and I've checked: without a stock, it would still be ever-so-slightly-longer than 26" (part of the definition of an SBS in South Carolina,
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