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Was just a tad bored so I snapped a few of Colt SP1 carbine with the DPMS slipover fake ugly moderator thingy. (It'll have to do until I can get a real SBR with a nice repro moderator)

 

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Here are some of it's big brothers. They like having baby brother around.

 

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Need a M1A, P17, M1903A3, M1903, Krag, etc. icon_smile_big.gif


"If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn't thinking."

 

George S. Patton

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I'd run that strap thrpugh both the upper and lower sling slots, I've seen the top ones break through.

 

Nice collection , like the shotty and the high wood Carbine

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How do you like your mini-G? And, what's the barrel like inside? I have a couple that are muzzle worn and some pitting that I thought about sending off to Shuff to have done up into a mini-G. I don't think the pitting would make much difference in that short a barrel.

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How do you like your mini-G? And, what's the barrel like inside? I have a couple that are muzzle worn and some pitting that I thought about sending off to Shuff to have done up into a mini-G. I don't think the pitting would make much difference in that short a barrel.

 

 

RedLeg,

 

This was built on a barreled receiver from CMP. There is pitting under the wood line and the top of the matching WWII barrel is pitted pretty bad. The muzzle swallowed an M2 ball round to the brass. Slight bulge in the barrel.

 

Here are the before pictures.

 

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"If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn't thinking."

 

George S. Patton

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Here are the after pics.

 

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"If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn't thinking."

 

George S. Patton

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"If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn't thinking."

 

George S. Patton

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It's not as light gray as most of the pictures show. Flash made it look lighter.

 

The last few pics are closer to the shade of gray.

 

You will NOT be disappointed! :thumbsup:


"If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn't thinking."

 

George S. Patton

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I'm not familiar with his Mini-Gs, but Shuff does great work, for a fair price and fast.

 

What's muzzle control like in '06 with that short barrel?

 

Steve


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MAJ Paul Syverson (OIF, 2004) CPT Tom Miller (OIF, 2005)

SSG Scottie Bright (OIF, 2005) CPT Chris Petty (OIF, 2006)

MAJ Hurley Shields (OIF, 2008)

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Here's a vid of the Master himself shooting the G with a T37 flash hider.

 

Notice the trendy pajamas! :lol:

 

Shuff's Mini-G


"If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn't thinking."

 

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Here's a vid of the Master himself shooting the G with a T37 flash hider.

 

Notice the trendy pajamas! :lol:

 

Shuff's Mini-G

 

Very nice! My only hesitation is with the muzzle flash with no flash suppressor.

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