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  1. Well for full rail, there's the Midwest industries drop in and also the Troy MRF. Can't remember which one needed the triangle cap to be snipped off, but they're both solid. Just on the heavy side
  2. I also agree that Peter Luger's fell off... Last time I went I really regretted paying so much cash for a meal. Forgot to mention that Mastros (Orange county) is also really tasty
  3. The Keg in Toronto had the best prime rib I've ever had. Locally the wife and I like to hit up Cliffs steakhouse in Englewood cliffs. Great Ribeyes and filets while decently priced with amazing sides Gotta try out Steve's sizzling steaks on 17... Always pass by it wondering how good it is
  4. How does the feed ramp look? Is it nicely machined and blended to the receiver? There seem to be several threads on other forums for similar issues feeding past 3 rounds.
  5. Ah okay thanks for the clarification guys. For those that have one in 10.5, how's the muzzle blast?Wondering if maybe a linear comp would be a good idea.
  6. I'm eyeing the 10.5 version as well... Looks sweet! Question... Why did you have the FH pinned? Thought it was OK to leave it threaded
  7. Hey Tom can you PM price for the 10.5" in 556?
  8. Damn that sucks. Sgammo was always my go-to for cases....
  9. BJJ + yoga is fantastic for older individuals with joint/flexibility issues. Building core strength and increasing flexibility is life changing as age progresses
  10. Nice to see several taekwondo practitioners. I've practiced, competed, and taught most of my younger life and also dabbled a lot in Muay Thai. Having hand to hand experience absolutely changes your perception of social situations and can be a huge confidence booster. Learning in a full contact setting also gives you a nice edge if you're ever in a position to use it. After a bad back injury, which ironically wasn't training related, I had to give up the lifestyle for a while, but the intuition you gain is always there. In hindsight, I wish I had focused on Muay Thai over all else as a kid. It's much more effective on the street compared to other traditional martial arts.
  11. In my experience, shipping leadtimes can vary but they're a great vendor overall.
  12. That's what I'm wondering too. Sounds made up
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