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Posted: 9/23/2004 11:47:06 AM EST
[Last Edit: 9/23/2004 11:59:32 AM EST by edpmedic]










These are my HK SL-8's and a USC45 that I did a Rite Dye job on. Took completely apart and put into a big 20 gal bucket on the stove. Kept the water to just under a boil for about 12-18 hrs. The spacers are still grey they do not take the dye.

The top SL-8 is stock with a G-3 hand guard and bipod also the carry handle with a scope and a dot above that. The Bipod is a POS......IMHO. The scope works great and is clear. The dot is also OK.

The other SL-8 with a Aimpoint is the AR15 Conversion

The USC45 is also stock except I did the slot cuts to the forearm 2 on the side one on the bottom

I have an extra SL-8 forearm which I am going to try and put some vent holes on. Don't know if I will do like the G-3 or do my own design.
Link Posted: 9/23/2004 1:27:37 PM EST
Sweet. Kinda a matte cloudy finish now, but far far better than the grey. What kind of groups are you getting on those?
Link Posted: 9/24/2004 9:42:14 AM EST
The cloudy finish is from the camera. Actually they are black
I am getting Quarter size groups or smaller out to 200yds with the SL-8's the USC are about the same at 100yds. 5 shots look like a shot gun slug went through the target
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