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Posted: 9/20/2003 4:14:58 PM EDT
Two plus years ago I started a project to build civilian copies of every variatiuon of the M16 ever used by our Armed Forces. Today, with the purchase of a lower to go on the M16A1 version, the project is complete. Except for a copy of the firing port version, which I don't want, there are lookalikes of the M16 (complete w/an original chromed Colt smoothside bolt/carrier assy, an M16A1 with the later trapdoor stock, an XM177E2, an M16A2, and an M4gery with detachable handle.

Feel pretty good about having completed the project, but also a bit at loose ends. What next to spend my AR building energies on? AAAH, I know. A Canadian C7!
Link Posted: 9/20/2003 4:29:55 PM EDT
PICS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!­!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Link Posted: 9/20/2003 5:15:38 PM EDT
Sorry, I'd love to, but have exactly zero equipment to send pics. This machine I'm typing on is a 5 year old bargain basement job, and the wife won't let me spend any update money until something breaks.
Link Posted: 9/20/2003 5:23:01 PM EDT
Originally Posted By shamayim: Sorry, I'd love to, but have exactly zero equipment to send pics. This machine I'm typing on is a 5 year old bargain basement job, and the wife won't let me spend any update money until something breaks.
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Thats because you spent all your money on your rifles. [:D]
Link Posted: 9/20/2003 6:45:04 PM EDT
I was cleaning the gun and it accidentally went off 30 times reloaded and shot another 6 or 7 rounds into the computer. It was the darndest thing.
Link Posted: 9/20/2003 6:47:51 PM EDT
I know this is a stretch.....but.... IF you'd liek pics online.... take some regular 35mm pics. Snail mail them to me and i can host them for ya. it's a lot of work, but if you want them online...consider it done. [:D]
Link Posted: 9/20/2003 8:00:25 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 9/20/2003 8:03:01 PM EDT by d_jones]
Most photo places (Eckerds,Walgreens, etc)will put your photos on a picture disk as well as regular prints. All you have to do is go buy a disposable camera, take the pics, and ask for a picture disk (floppy). It's usually only about $2-3 extra. The photos are low res enough to fit on the disk, so you can post them on the internet from you computer. Even the oldest computer can handle low res pics and a floppy disk!
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