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  1. Yet another SPAMMER. Wanna advertise on our board? PAY FOR IT.
  2. If you MUST use 5.56, then frangible or Ballistic Tip is the way to go.
  3. They didn't need blackmailed to show their true colors.... A bunch of power mad elitist Communists. I'd like to see the lot of them find justice at the end of a rope.
  4. Really????? ...what's more important? A range toy or the scores of other issues he's fixing?
  5. .....whatever... Back on topic for OP: I searched for you. Can't find 3d Cad files for Saiga 12 mags. Suggest starting with an exisiting mag, like AGP, measure and create the CAD file. I'ts a bunch of work, but you will have shown that it can be done.
  6. 7.62x39 mag 3d printed. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_3D_printed_weapons_and_parts 'nuff said.
  7. I've seem item that weren't 3d printed fail too. Lots of times. The WidowMaker drum comes to mind. I use 3d prototyping at work and it works fine, if the design is sound for the material used. That said, give it a go... if you manage to design and print a working mag, good on you, especiallyt if it can use a readily available spring, like from,....say.... another box mag fed gun with lots of spare parts available....
  8. At work we're having trouble getting parts from suppliers (Defense). I'd think Shannon's in the same boat as the rest of us, maybe more so, as he's just a little guy, not a huge .gov contractor. He's a stand-up guy. He'll do you right.
  9. You'll have to strip to bare metal and degrease before bluing. Bluing is a form of oxidation. You need to get the bluing chemicals in direct contact with the metal.
  10. I always liked his acting just fine. Extremely well done! ...another great speech:
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