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About mintbore

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  • Birthday 05/26/1966

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    Morris County NJ
  • Interests
    All things that go BANG.
  • Home Range
    Cherry Ridge

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  1. If I'm correct: By completing an 80% receiver, you are considered a manufacturer. And under NFA, manufacturers must register and number operational receivers.....and how about YOU chill and have a civil discussion about it.
  2. Probably not a popular opinion, but face it...completing an 80% and not registering is a direct violation of the law...period.
  3. Yup, about 9 lb. Meant mainly for the bench.
  4. Here's my latest build. had it up to CR, and she performed flawlessly...not a glitch: Mega SBU Upper Douglas .936 and matched bolt by CLE Noreen Lower TiN BCG Seekins SP3R rail AR Gold flat trigger Xtreme 6-24x30 Royal Grip Magpul MOE Royal Bronze / Black Oxide Duracoat. ....hope you like.
  5. Agreed. Going with a micro gasblock.
  6. Hoping to get some guidance on this one. I have a .936 barrel with a fairly beefy gasblock on a Mega SBU billet upper. I doesn't touch the handguard but there's about enough clearance to slip a business card between. No muzzle device, but I'm still wondering if it's too close during barrel whip. I can simply go with a micro gasblock if necessary, but not sure if I'm worrying for nothing. Thanks
  7. Always wanted one, A good friend gave it to me for helping him out recently....Got some HXP .303 coming in...can't wait!
  8. Excellent info. Thank you. Looks like 1:8 is the most logical. I am looking at a Douglas in this twist 20"
  9. Hello all, Seeking AR builder's opinions: First time builder here. Looking to build a bench only tack driver based on a Mega Heavy Duty upper. I am considering a 1/12 twist for 40-50 gr rounds. Since I am limiting this gun to paper only, would you go with a light grain/high velocity setup like this, or would you stick wit the faster twists and more versatility. Thanks
  10. Well, Luckily got in touch with them to recall the package and send it to FFL... Not gonna mess with the Peoples Republik of NJ
  11. Not an upper....serial numbered 10/22 receiver
  12. Cherry Ridge has rifle steel at 100 and pistol at 25
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