Final assembly.

Discussion in 'Gunsmithing' started by NesikaChad, Mar 25, 2010.

  1. NesikaChad

    NesikaChad Well-Known Member

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    Here's the latest.

    Defiance action (Glen/Lisa, Columbia Falls MT)
    Mark Chanlynn barrel (Rocky Mtn Rifle Wrks Longmont, CO)
    jewel trigger
    Sunny Hill floor metal
    McMillan M-40 stock
    Swarovski glass
    Desert storm pattern hand airbrushed paint by Jimmy Powell (local bad azz buddy O mine)

    6.5-284 cartridge


    Enjoy!

    Chad

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  2. ICANHITHIMMAN

    ICANHITHIMMAN Well-Known Member

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    sexy veary sexy
     

  3. johnnyk

    johnnyk Well-Known Member

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    Where did the pics go? JohnnyK.
     
  4. NesikaChad

    NesikaChad Well-Known Member

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    Sorry about the pics!

    I've been moving stuff around in my photobucket acct trying to organize.

    Better now!
     
  5. Chas1

    Chas1 Well-Known Member

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    Nice build, great attention to detail and excellent pics. Thanks for sharing.
     
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  6. eddybo

    eddybo Well-Known Member

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    Man I am glad I aint in the gun building business........also glad I am now building my own........otherwise I would be sending you lots of money.
     
  7. blipelt

    blipelt Well-Known Member

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    Chad great work!!!!!!!!! The only thing I would change is the calculator on the table. HP48GX all the way. You can tell I what my major was. I am sure it will date me also.


    Brent
     
  8. geargrinder

    geargrinder Well-Known Member

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    Very funny Brent. What's wrong with a TI89? I could never get the hang of RPN.

    Nice rifle Chad. Great looking calculator.:D
     
  9. NesikaChad

    NesikaChad Well-Known Member

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    I can't use 99% of the functions on that thing. I bought it for the big screen so I can use it as a "note book" when I'm sorting out CNC code or to record offsets, etc.

    quicker for me than lugging a pad of paper around all day.

    Thanks for the kind words.

    Making guard screws today. JESUS what a crap day. I was proofing the program and topping off my coolant tanks at the same time.

    Forgot to shut the hose off and now I have my own little version of NewOrleans on the shop floor.

    What &^*)#@! mess!!
     
  10. blipelt

    blipelt Well-Known Member

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    Absolutely nothing wrong with TI's. The TI92 I was really impressed with to be truthful. Had it's own derive program on it. The HP's equation solver was a pain to use. Most of the time I would walk into the computer lab and use derive. Ahhhh, the good old days when I got to solve complex equations and apply myself. Now all I do is some basic math to make sure we aren't over on our lbs/8ms delay and time out a few sequence patterns. Oh well what ever keeps me getting to build rifles I guess.



    Brent
     
  11. mapsjanhere

    mapsjanhere Active Member

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    HP32SII all the way. If I need multiple lines that's what computers are for.
     
  12. NesikaChad

    NesikaChad Well-Known Member

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    Hey JAN!,

    Put the calculator away and get to loadin some ammo to go shoot that new gun of yours!!:D

    You know, THIS ONE!!. . .

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  13. oneeyedmac

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    The fit and finish is unreal on that rifle. Incredible work.