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The wife had a vision...

Discussion in 'Rifles' started by JColumbus, Jun 9, 2019.

Should she add

  1. Loads of sequence and glitter.

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  2. Hair clips and bows.

    20.0%
  3. Back to the kitchen with you!!!

    50.0%
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  1. JColumbus

    JColumbus Well-Known

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    She randomly comes up to me after around 5 years of having her first AR and says “Babe, I wanna customize my AR”. I chuckled to myself cause it’s a Del Ton and had magpul MOE furniture and a Bushnel Trophy so I thought it had all she could imagine and thought that meant that she wanted a cute sling or something.

    Little did I know she had planned this stuff out like a damn wedding. Everything was her own choice and I had absolutely no say in the matter. She even demanded I was not to pull it apart and do any work unless she was involved. To be quite honest I can’t remember the last time I was so turned on yet very afraid.

    Anyway, here’s what she came up with...

    Sat like this for five years.
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    Sits like this now.
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    Upper is:
    Heartman red dot
    Diamondhead BUIS
    Streamlight Pro Tac Rail Mount 1
    Ebay VFG that’s a Troy copy I believe
    Ebay rail that’s an inverted Strike rail
    (Reason being the strike rail is wide enough to cover a suppresor so she really liked the design but thought it’d look funny so luckily there’s a clone that has a smaller inner radius and its forgiving to my wallet)
    PSA nickel boron BCG
    Some random ebay comp, I guess cause it looks like a crown?

    Lower is:
    Original Del Ton stuff
    Ebay receiver plate and castle nut

    Noth’n special. She came up with the paint scheme and all of that and I just helped her out with the application. Getting the blue on the inner pats of the rail was a pain but we got it in there.

    This was really fun to do with my wife and I love that she had the mind and desire to do this. I’m pretty blown away with how it turned out. Needless to say, dinners are phenomenal haha.
     


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  2. baboon

    baboon TGT Addict

    Tell her Beta Mags are to heavy, need graphite where SureFire 60's & Magpul D60's are lighter & needs no graphite!
     
  3. JColumbus

    JColumbus Well-Known

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    That’s funny, I didn’t know all that extra stuff but I told her they were lighter and thought it looked coller but she had to have that one. I think because it was clear.

    I also don’t like the hartman but she wanted a futeristic look...
     
  4. Sam7sf

    Sam7sf TGT Addict

    Nice. Castle nut, bcg, and brake go well with the blue.
     
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  5. baboon

    baboon TGT Addict

    Better not let her watch any videos of binary triggers. Then again she could possibly buy you one also.
     
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  6. JColumbus

    JColumbus Well-Known

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    Ha ha yea. I’d actually love to try one for myself because some say they’re amazing and others say they’re finicky. I’d like to see for myself.
     
  7. baboon

    baboon TGT Addict

    I have a RR M16A2. At a recent shoot I played more with my Fostech Gen II triggered pistol then the M16.

    A couple of weeks ago a buddy asked if I ran the Aero 7.5 inch upper on my M16 because his brother & nephew are looking for a reliable short barrel upper for their M16. He thought I was crazy when I told him I was having to much fun with the pistol & a dedicated .22 upper on it.
     
  8. ZX9RCAM

    ZX9RCAM Over the Rainbow bridge... TGT Supporter

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    Good for her, and you....
     
  9. Moonpie

    Moonpie TGT Addict Lifetime Member

    Bully for her!
     
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  10. SQLGeek

    SQLGeek Will work for 10mm TGT Supporter

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    Nice. And of course, in Tiffany blue.
     


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