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Posted: 1/17/2015 6:55:31 PM EST
I'm looking for a gunsmith in DFW (more Ft. Worth than Dallas would be nice) to get a KMR handguard installed. I'd prefer not to have to send my upper away, and I don't have any tooIs with me. Thanks guys.
Link Posted: 1/17/2015 8:28:34 PM EST
I'll do it for a bottle of whiskey or a couple of pmags. Ive had four KMR equipped uppers so far. Just built one last week.
Link Posted: 1/17/2015 9:13:37 PM EST
Try Runner runner in Mckinney.
Link Posted: 1/17/2015 11:45:02 PM EST
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Try Runner runner in Mckinney.
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Depending on where OP is that might be an hour+ drive on a good day.
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I'll do it for a bottle of whiskey or a couple of pmags. Ive had four KMR equipped uppers so far. Just built one last week.
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What kind of whiskey are we talking? I have a pinned shaved FSB that would need to come off and go back on, that'll be the biggest pain.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 12:18:50 AM EST
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Depending on where OP is that might be an hour+ drive on a good day.
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Originally Posted By mah827:
Try Runner runner in Mckinney.

Depending on where OP is that might be an hour+ drive on a good day.


That would be a pretty long drive for me, but it's still better than shipping it as long as they could do it while I wait. Wouldn't want to drive it twice.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 6:41:07 AM EST
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What kind of whiskey are we talking? I have a pinned shaved FSB that would need to come off and go back on, that'll be the biggest pain.
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Originally Posted By clharr:
I'll do it for a bottle of whiskey or a couple of pmags. Ive had four KMR equipped uppers so far. Just built one last week.


What kind of whiskey are we talking? I have a pinned shaved FSB that would need to come off and go back on, that'll be the biggest pain.

What brand barrel is it? The hardest FSB pins I've ever worked with are from BCM but I've got a system down for those. I'm wondering if a KMR will fit over one actually. I know I had to really grind on one to get it under a VTAC rail.
Link Posted: 1/18/2015 12:36:53 PM EST
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Originally Posted By clharr:

What brand barrel is it? The hardest FSB pins I've ever worked with are from BCM but I've got a system down for those. I'm wondering if a KMR will fit over one actually. I know I had to really grind on one to get it under a VTAC rail.
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Originally Posted By clharr:
Originally Posted By GeneralPurpose:
Originally Posted By clharr:
I'll do it for a bottle of whiskey or a couple of pmags. Ive had four KMR equipped uppers so far. Just built one last week.


What kind of whiskey are we talking? I have a pinned shaved FSB that would need to come off and go back on, that'll be the biggest pain.

What brand barrel is it? The hardest FSB pins I've ever worked with are from BCM but I've got a system down for those. I'm wondering if a KMR will fit over one actually. I know I had to really grind on one to get it under a VTAC rail.


It's a Spike's Tactical barrel. I shaved the FSB down to get it under my Troy Alpha, so my guess is that if it fits under that, it'll fit under the KMR. I should take some measurements...
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