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Posted: 2/27/2006 8:25:23 AM EDT
[Last Edit: 2/27/2006 8:36:09 AM EDT by Skullboy]
Got my barrel back yesterday form the gunsmith.
Had it cut down to 18.75" (18.5" is the minimum to remain non-restricted in Canada), re-crowned and threaded for a flash suppressor.

It took 2 hours last night to re-install and index the barrel, then re-assemble the rifle.

Also added a "slightly" used USGI TRW bolt. :) The bolt dropped right in without any lapping.Hardley any bolt play.Nice and tight now. :cool:

As well I drilled out the rear sight aperature so I can now see the entire front sight ring.The front sight is really quick to pick up now, and since this is a shorty, the maximum range I will shoot this rig is 200 meters so a precision/match sight is not needed.




With my "Fake" Smith Enterprises Can (Since the Canadian Gov't doesn't trust us Civies with real suppressors...........



Modified rear sight aperture:


Build list:
-Norinco barrelled action cut to 18.75"
-Shimmed gas cylinder
-S.E.I. Direct Connection Vortex FH
-Rooster33 Gaslock front sight
-Rooster33 NM Op rod spring guide
-Rooster33 overisized bolt release
-USGI TRW bolt
-Norinco trigger group
-Norinco op rod
-USGI op rod spring
-Damage Inc. MARPAT USGI fiberglass stock
-Picatinney Accessory rail under fore end



SKBY.
Link Posted: 2/27/2006 8:41:55 AM EDT
So Rooster33 is making a hooded gas lock front sight, pretty sporty.
That's a nice rifle you got there, kinda looks like mine, except for the paint job, but you got good taste.
Link Posted: 2/27/2006 3:41:38 PM EDT
wow skull, that thing is beautiful... nice work!
Link Posted: 2/27/2006 5:14:37 PM EDT
Wow, that is pretty hot!
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