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Modulus Arms Heavy-Duty 80% lower jig review and action photos (Photo Heavy) - AR15.COM

Modulus Arms Heavy-Duty 80% lower jig review and action photos (Photo Heavy) - AR15.COM

made from off the shelf parts (this would normally use a brake drum but I didn't have one so i had to make a pan. a brake drum would be better, then make a s...

made from off the shelf parts (this would normally use a brake drum but I didn't have one so i had to make a pan. a brake drum would be better, then make a s...

I like this idea for the kitchen - extra storage for things like spices, knives, recipes...or to hide knick knacks quickly when people come over =)

I like this idea for the kitchen - extra storage for things like spices, knives, recipes...or to hide knick knacks quickly when people come over =)

Early Garand pre-production M1 rifle, 1935. US Semiautomatic Rifle, M1 #1 SPAR 911 .  Eight months before the first so-called Model Shop rifles [80 rifles starting in April 1934] were manufactured and tested, the Garand T1E2 rifle was officially designated "U.S. Semiautomatic Rifle, M1". The task required the Armory to expand from its low peacetime pace amid rather old machinery dating mostly to the First World War. These early Model Shop rifles had single-bladed front sights and lacked the…

Early Garand pre-production M1 rifle, 1935. US Semiautomatic Rifle, M1 #1 SPAR 911 . Eight months before the first so-called Model Shop rifles [80 rifles starting in April 1934] were manufactured and tested, the Garand T1E2 rifle was officially designated "U.S. Semiautomatic Rifle, M1". The task required the Armory to expand from its low peacetime pace amid rather old machinery dating mostly to the First World War. These early Model Shop rifles had single-bladed front sights and lacked the…

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