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  1. There really is no carbon. This was literally the first shot fired from a new barrel and bolt. I assembled it. I haven’t bought a complete upper since the ‘90s. There is no obvious damage to the gas key, but I’ll check it more closely. I am starting to lean toward severe over-gassing/high pressure as the cause. I didn’t measure the gas port, but it looks a bit big for a pistol length system. That’s why I’m going to use an adjustable gas block.
  2. Good question. I need to check it. But I’m not sure that would have caused that. I also wonder about over-gassing. It’s a pistol length gas system on a 10.5” 6.5 Grendel barrel. I'm going to drill and tap the gas block for a gas adjustment screw.
  3. But, that’s what I’m gonna do. I don’t know what else to do.
  4. Yeah. These were brand new. This was a first shot test fire.
  5. Has anyone ever seen this happen before? First time it’s happened to me. Locked that sucker up tight. Fortunately it wasn’t in battery with the barrel. I have no idea how I would have gotten it apart if it had been. It was hard enough as it was. I thought I was going to have to cut the receiver open to figure out why it was locked up.
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    https://palmettostatearmory.com/psa-confirmed-15-stripped-lower-receiver.html?trk_msg=QCNL161Q9O1K96HIE9HI4R11TC&trk_contact=HB4SC4PLCKQJL0RPOK0F779OV0&trk_sid=78M0MD7ABM778UU4I4PPMO87IS&utm_source=Listrak&utm_medium=email&utm_term=https%3a%2f%2fpalmettostatearmory.com%2fpsa-confirmed-15-stripped-lower-receiver.html&utm_campaign=Daily+Deal+Email&utm_content=12%3a00+Email Get on PSA’s email list. These were 30 bucks. Edit: sorry that the url is so long.
  7. You must have never been in a courtroom where the judge didn’t care about you or what is right. At at least I hope you haven’t.
  8. I don’t know what pistol it fits. I found it on the ground, it probably came out of a recently traded car. Looks new. If you can ID it and you want it, it’s yours.
  9. Stefan Molyneux http://m.freedomainradio.com/#2668 Chris Plante. I either stream or catch his podcast later. Sometimes The Art of Manliness, The Pat Flynn Show, or The Tim Ferriss Show.
  10. I added some photos. If you want something specific, pm me your number and I’ll text whatever you want.
  11. Mil-surp Swiss K31. 7.5x55. Typical condition for these rifles. Metal is very good. Bore is very good. Butt of the stock is rough, but the rest is fine. I will try to remember to post pics this evening. Not sure if it has a troop tag. I’ll check that too. I bought it with my C&R FFL, so I’ll need a name and DL number just for my records. $400 OBO. Edit: No troop tag. Bolt and receiver numbers match. Pics added.
  12. Upon closer inspection, the rust did not pit the slide rail. But it is now copper-colored. Not sure why that is. Lower price.
  13. Full-size model 31. 357 SIG. it has been carried much more than it's been fired, unfortunately. Has carry wear on the slide release. Cons: Aforementioned carry wear. The rear sight keeps wanting to rust in one spot. Has had rust on the slide rail. Again, from being carried a lot. Pros: Tritium sights. Comes with a 9mm barrel. It's not a conversion barrel, but it works. Also has the factory box. 2 mags, I guess. I don't remember how many it came with. Also, has an aftermarket trigger connector. They call it a 3.5 pound, but I've been told that it's actually 4.5 pound. It's much better than the original trigger pull, in my opinion. PM me with your number if you'd like more specific pics. I filled out a 4473 for this one, so I WILL need a bill of sale. It will stay in my safe unless the law comes asking me about it. I'm in the Knoxville/Maryville/northern Monroe County area. Thanks, Will
  14. View Advert Yugo SKS Yugo SKS. Surplus, obviously, but it looks like it's never been fired. Still for sale, but no longer an emergency. Thank you so much! Thanks for looking. Will Advertiser Clod Stomper Date 05/25/2017 Price $400.00 Category Firearms Classifieds Caliber 7.62x39 Manufacturer Yugoslavia? Type of Item 8

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