After fixing and finally liking this rifle(had to replace gas piston....), the only thing left to dislike was the cheap furniture––slick and rattles. I decided to camo sponge-paint and knew I had to do something before painting to give myself something to hold on to. I saw somewhere where a guy had used truck-bed liner on his Glock, and got me to thinking....So I taped off the heat dispersion holes I had made, shot three layers of the liner on, and Heaven opened up. I now have a rifle I can actually hold when it is wet or I have gloves on, and the "dabs" that ran over the bottom edges actually worked to affect a "soft-seal" that elimated the ratlle of the front end. My one pland coming togethr for the year....Hope this helps somebody.