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Old April 28th, 2016, 12:55 PM   #1
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Old April 28th, 2016, 01:19 PM   #2
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Old April 28th, 2016, 07:59 PM   #5
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Old April 28th, 2016, 08:20 PM   #6
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Consummate professional. It's obvious before you even meet him based on the level of detail that he provides in his responses to questions on MDS. In person, it's no surprise to discover that he's a perfectionist in his craft and holds himself to high standards in professional dealings (in getting something right and in sharing information with others with courtesy and zero condescension).

Really love the last build that I completed in a recent SOTAR class. I don't think I could buy a commercial product that operates like this one does - an amazingly soft shooting as well as lightweight AR - a goal from the project start. Need to put it through its paces more, but I doubt that it will let me down.


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Consummate professional. It's obvious before you even meet him based on the level of detail that he provides in his responses to questions on MDS. In person, it's no surprise to discover that he's a perfectionist in his craft and holds himself to high standards in professional dealings (in getting something right and in sharing information with others with courtesy and zero condescension).

Really love the last build that I completed in a recent SOTAR class. I don't think I could buy a commercial product that operates like this one does - an amazingly soft shooting as well as lightweight AR - a goal from the project start. Need to put it through its paces more, but I doubt that it will let me down.
Wifey needs to go shooting with her new rifle. She is going to love it!


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Old May 1st, 2016, 06:35 PM   #8
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Wifey needs to go shooting with her new rifle. She is going to love it!
Check the Frederick IWLA calendar here (skipping Fridays, because they want the range available for clay shooting) ...

https://calendar.google.com/calendar...erica/New_York

It might be easier for me to go one weekday afternoon for 2-3 hrs, when they don't have an activity planned. Pick 2-3 dates, drop me a line, and I'll see which of those dates has sunlight on the work calendar such that I can take a few hours off.

Then we can post range results of the SOTAR builds.


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Check the Frederick IWLA calendar here (skipping Fridays, because they want the range available for clay shooting) ...

https://calendar.google.com/calendar...erica/New_York

It might be easier for me to go one weekday afternoon for 2-3 hrs, when they don't have an activity planned. Pick 2-3 dates, drop me a line, and I'll see which of those dates has sunlight on the work calendar such that I can take a few hours off.

Then we can post range results of the SOTAR builds.
I'll check it out with her and see what days she can do. I'll drop you a message when she comes up with some days.

Yea, we are going to have to post range reports for the SOTAR builds. I'm actually excited to see what the KAK barrel can do. What should we zero at? 50 yards or 100?


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Feedback on Chad's AR service

I posted feedback on some work Chad did on my ARs in the WC forum - they can be found at the link below

https://www.mdshooters.com/showthread.php?t=205279


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