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matt3310    14

I wasn't happy with the previous foam cuts, so I re-did it. Much better! When you raise up the silencer tray, there is another section underneath for all the accessories. 

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nightrunner    1,296

You're working on paying for your own personal ATF agent just in tax stamps!

Very nice setup, I like that.

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MP5_Rizzo    637

Very nice but it makes me think of a classic proverb.  Never keep all your eggs in one basket.

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Ronald_55    652

Matt

Just let me know where you are gonna stop for lunch after a range session with these. I promise to leave you a receipt on your windshield.

Honestly, I think it is a great looking setup, but there is probably enough in there between hardware and stamps to pay off my car.

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Stuart    0

where did you get the foam? I've been looking for some like that

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