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good looking out. Ordered two for my wife, she'll get a kick out of the pink to go along with her new fondness of shooting (she is a recently converted liberal lol)

I'd love to find a couple Glock 33 rd'ers too
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In a day or so, don't be surprised if you get an "out of stock" email. When I ordered a few mags, they showed them in stock, then they were back ordered.
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DSG is good about getting back-orders taken care of though.

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In a day or so, don't be surprised if you get an "out of stock" email. When I ordered a few mags, they showed them in stock, then they were back ordered.
thru dsg??

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DSG is good about getting back-orders taken care of though.

arg, I opened tabs before you responded. Yea that was the same thing I was thinking.

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DSG is good about getting back-orders taken care of though.
i still have a pmag order pending from 12/18 with them. I agree though there customer service has been very good in the past.
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Yes, I have an order in with them, no eta on when they will be available.
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Yes, I have an order in with them, no eta on when they will be available.

yup, cause they have no ETA from the manufacturer :P :P
Is there ANYone in the firearm industry that has an ETA for anything?


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According to the gun review site, "Haus of Guns," backorders for the Magpul AR-15 30-round magazine ("PMAG") have surpassed one million.

In a Facebook post dated today, January 9, Haus of Guns writes the following:

"Had breakfast with a buddy who has reasonably close ties to the Magpul family. Word is the great PMAG panic backorder of 2012/13 has topped 1 million at Magpul HQ."
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I'm okay with the backorder, just saying.

We need to make our own mags. Rick, what's the law on that?
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I'm okay with the backorder, just saying.

We need to make our own mags. Rick, what's the law on that?

law no prob, a million dollars+ to setup manufacturing. Just toss me your CC so I can get started.

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I just had the craziest thought on the governments idea of banning high capacity magazines, they don't have to ban them, just make all manufacturers making them screaming pink All you bad ass would really be up in arms (pun intended) your bad ass zombie killing "assault weapons" wouldn't be as bad ass, would they? There you go I stumbled upon the perfect solution to gun control, you can only make screaming pink assault weapons, hard to be threatening if you're pink Makes more sense that the current solutions

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Seriously thinking of this for my next build.

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I just had the craziest thought on the governments idea of banning high capacity magazines, they don't have to ban them, just make all manufacturers making them screaming pink All you bad ass would really be up in arms (pun intended) your bad ass zombie killing "assault weapons" wouldn't be as bad ass, would they? There you go I stumbled upon the perfect solution to gun control, you can only make screaming pink assault weapons, hard to be threatening if you're pink Makes more sense that the current solutions


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Seriously thinking of this for my next build.

http://www.everydaynodaysoff.com/201...15-conversion/
*Next* build?!? When are you going to do your FIRST build??

That guy does great Digi-Camo, but it seems so dated.

I'm trying to figure out how to do my own ATACS. Now that is the camo of the future!






I know you can dip plastics and aluminum to get ATACS, but I think with some practice, a decent airbrush/template could do something close to ATACS

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Seriously thinking of this for my next build.

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Just keep it to a 9 round belt.

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*Next* build?!? When are you going to build your first?
As soon as Rick makes sure that he can build an ar pistol upper for me (ill do the NFA paperwork and when it comes in, I'll make it a SBR), waiting on the lower, and I picked up a lower parts kit the other day for $80.
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*Next* build?!? When are you going to do your FIRST build??



That guy does great Digi-Camo, but it seems so dated.

I'm trying to figure out how to do my own ATACS. Now that is the camo of the future!






I know you can dip plastics and aluminum to get ATACS, but I think with some practice, a decent airbrush/template could do something close to ATACS
That looks totally doable.

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That looks totally doable.
Ahem.... sponge.
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As soon as Rick makes sure that he can build an ar pistol upper for me (ill do the NFA paperwork and when it comes in, I'll make it a SBR), waiting on the lower, and I picked up a lower parts kit the other day for $80.
You mean you didn't buy it from lonely raven for $150?!?!?!
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You mean you didn't buy it from lonely raven for $150?!?!?!
I'm not going to knock the man for trying to make $$$. I heard of one guy that was going to pocket $2.5k from selling their rifle, but they couldn't pull the trigger (pun intended).
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Ahem.... sponge.
I've seen some rifles with a sponge job, and I was really impressed. The sponges have hard edges, but maybe a dry brush over that could soften it up.

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I've seen some rifles with a sponge job, and I was really impressed. The sponges have hard edges, but maybe a dry brush over that could soften it up.
cut irregular shapes, round the edges, then take a mesh bag (like you get oranges in) over the sponge and then the sponge protrudes very irregular. Makes a great pattern.
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cut irregular shapes, round the edges, then take a mesh bag (like you get oranges in) over the sponge and then the sponge protrudes very irregular. Makes a great pattern.
Thanks for the tips. I think I''m going to try a test run this week and see what I come up with.

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Thanks for the tips. I think I''m going to try a test run this week and see what I come up with.
Yeah i usually test on a chunk of 2x4 or something.

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What are you going to use as the finish? DuraCoat?

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