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About OfcrFek

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  1. OfcrFek

    mtac goodness

    ...camo pattern thing looks like the inside of an undercooked fruit cake that's mostly nuts good deal tho lol
  2. OfcrFek

    New slim muzzle brakes

    I like how it goes through 2 large side cut chambers BEFORE it would hit what causes it to be considered a flash hider. You know... cuz all the burning powder and gas wont exit those openings and continue to the hider. lol. I hate to say it, but a lot of manufacturers seem to like to use buzzwords to make their product seem like more than it is in hopes it tickles a broader group of potential buyers fancies. Everything seems to be a "flash hiding muzzle brake" or something of the like, even though its essentially just a FH or brake. That's fine for most states, but that screws us here in NJ, cuz all a prosecutor needs to do in court is point to a printed ad calling it a flash hider. Would it ever come to that? Probably not. But I'm not risking my job, rights, and literal freedom on probably. Just label it what it is designed to do more: be a muzzle brake or flash hider. Went on a little rant there, sorry. lol and yes, I'm aware there are flash hiders that are cut to also aid in being a muzzle brake, this (imo) isn't one of them,
  3. OfcrFek

    Sold Please Delete

    Aw man, I was just pricing these things out a few days ago. If this is still available in a few days when I get paid, I'll take it
  4. OfcrFek

    To mum or not to mum... Arisaka

    Thanks for the input guys!
  5. Been looking at Japanese Arisakas lately and think I may pick one up off gunbroker. The question becomes, do I want one with a mum, one that's been scratched off, or one that's defaced but you can still see the mum? Been thinking about this for a couple days now, and can't decide. What's everyone else's thoughts on this? If you were going to pick one up, which would it be and why?
  6. To own and keep in your home as a novelty, or carry around with you? lol
  7. http://www.primaryarms.com/Kit-FZBCG-AMBARREL Details from the page: A completely assembled, ready to install AR-15/M16 Bolt Carrier Group. Kit includes six critical parts that are treated with EXO Technology, a revolutionary surface technology that provides permanent dry lubricity, radically improves the performance of your AR-15/M16 and eliminates the need to apply oil or grease to treated parts for the life of the weapon. All Fail Zero bolts are MPI tested and live fire tested. They do not do HPT, as they feel live fire is a better test. A quality barrel priced to meet any builder's budget! Starting with ordnance grade 4140 Chromoly steel, this barrel is precision cut to M4 contour, reducing weight where it matters for a balanced build. The properly dimensioned 0.068" gas port is located for the highly reliable carbine gas system and is ready for your favorite .750" gas blocks. Chambered for 5.56 NATO and fully capable of running .223 Remington, this barrel features a 1:8 twist rate, ideal for a wide variety of projectiles from 45 grains up to 77! M4 feedramps and a durable phosphate finish ensure reliable feeding and long-term durability.
  8. OfcrFek

    Crisis averted.

    I do this ALL THE GODDAMN TIME when I disassemble/assemble ARs. I always take a pair of needlenose and grabbing one of the bolt teeth through the ejection port and pulling toward the chamber. As long as I don't throw that charging handle back so the carrier goes ALL the way back in the tube, usually I can fish it out.
  9. These 2 statements have me confused, did you mean you had it from before you lived in NJ? Regardless, if you're confident of your handiness, buy the faux can, drill and pin it yourself, take it to a local auto body and pay them $10 to put a dot of weld over the pin. Then shave it down and hit it with some touchup paint.
  10. You're going to think everyone can see it. Everyone thinks that their first time. lol
  11. OfcrFek

    Centuar Firearms Lumberton NJ

    If you don't mind me asking, what was it you were getting done? Something that is complex, or something like compliance work that should be fairly quick and easy?
  12. This kinda thing also just happened semi recently in another state, when a guy thought it was a good idea to hit a round that he found on his lawn with a hammer. It ignited, went off, and ended up hitting him with enough force that it pierced his skin. It also happened in 2007, when a teenager accidentally shot himself in the face by hitting a round with a hammer. The force is significantly less than when it has a barrel to direct the pressures, but can still potentially cause injury or death. A couple of my coworkers insist they witnessed a 9mm round roll off one of the desks at work while they were issuing an officer a weapon, land perfectly on its primer causing it to go off, and penetrate the drywall next to the desk a couple inches off the ground. There's still a hole there, whether or not that's actually what it's from, I don't know.
  13. There was a vendor on here that sells (or at least used to) these custom made double sided 15 round magazines. I can't seem to find who it was or if they still sell them. Anyone remember who that was that sold them perchance??
  14. OfcrFek


    For cerakote, look at Backwoods Custom Coatings, Savage Cerakote, or Tier 1. I've personally used Backwoods multiple times, and have had zero problems with him. Not everyone here shares my view on him. I've also heard great things about Savage and T1. If you go Duracoat, I vote using the aerosol. You remove all oil and dirt w/ supplied degreaser, push a button on the bottom of the can so it mixes the hardener into the can, shake a few mins, and spray. I used it to redo an old break action single barrel shotgun I picked up from a gun shop in the south. It came out pretty good. As Son of Sam said, it dries enough to not smudge in 20 mins, dries enough to pick up and handle within 24 hrs, 48 hrs it can handle light abuse, and only gets stronger from there until it hits the completely cured time. The can is unusable within about 24 hrs, so if you plan on doing multiple things, make sure you're ready to do them all at once. I plan on getting a can of OD for a handgun frame, and then I'm going to start coating random things I'm bored with (ie: my phone case, pocket knives, ect.).
  15. I'm in, depending on the day, or if given advanced notice so I can take off.