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Discussion in 'Maintenance & Gunsmithing' started by WOOF, Jul 26, 2011.
Why not build it yourself,they are not that difficult.
I have built/assembled several myself without a single problem.
Turns out he lives in Olympia.
Guess you're out of luck.
I've seen his toys and he knows what he is talking about!
Tagged, I want to see who is the best, cuz sometimes second best just isn't good enough.
You might also want to define "best".
Do you mean fastest, cheapest, most expensive, best shop, hottest assistant, friendliest, best looking or most knowledgeable? Or something else?
I suspect the difference between the best Gunsmith in town and some schlub that has the tools will be negligible at best.
That's like asking who's the best lawn mower.......
:drunk:im the best lawn mower no your not i am :drunk:
I am in Portland tomorrow, could have it done in about 15 minutes Latest sample.. Honestly, watch the youtube videos and try it yourself! I built my first 25 years ago before youtube!
If you don't have the tools, don't try it yourself! One slip with a screwdriver or a punch and you will see that scratch all the way thru the anodizing until the day you sell it.
Might take me twenty minutes and thats because I would have to clear a spot off my workbench !!!!hehe
Handguard is from Apex CNC Machine out of White City OR. I really like it and will use them in future builds. If you were closer I would be happy to help.
If you want a hand with the lower I have wednesday off.
just do it yourself. its simple
Rapid Fire Arms in Sandy has an AR building workshop for first-timers.
It's really cheap, and you get to build your own rifle with their tools.
Here is their number 503-482-6881.
He should be there. He goes in to the store early in the morning.