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    Default Re: Amish Arms Buggy-15 Stripped Lower

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr_Gixxer View Post
    He pressing the mag release? Looks like Rebecca has the next mag ready.
    I don't think so. See red circle below.

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    Default Re: Amish Arms Buggy-15 Stripped Lower

    Quote Originally Posted by gnbrotz View Post
    Did the dude on the shirt lose the tip of his finger in a barn-raising accident, or is it on the trigger?
    Are you worried the tee shirt is going to accidentally shoot you?
    NOBODY NEEDS ASSAULT SPEECH

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    Default Re: Amish Arms Buggy-15 Stripped Lower

    It's "art" - interpret it any way you wish. LOL

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    Default Re: Amish Arms Buggy-15 Stripped Lower

    I just cringe when I see "gun people" promulgate things in clear violation of the four basic safety rules - even in cartoon form.

    I'd mock the anti's for it. I expect those 'in the know' to do better.

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    Default Re: Amish Arms Buggy-15 Stripped Lower

    I see it as the finger outstretched straight, and off the trigger just the way it should be.

    I'm not "interpreting" it that way - that's what I see. I think the proportions are just off a little but due to the "cartoonish" art style.

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    Default Re: Amish Arms Buggy-15 Stripped Lower

    I'm thinking a few ALG parts are appropriate in this instance. I'm used to their AK stuff but know nothing about their AR line of parts. Any suggestions on trigger group or other parts I should look for?
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    Default Re: Amish Arms Buggy-15 Stripped Lower

    Quote Originally Posted by gnbrotz View Post
    I just cringe when I see "gun people" promulgate things in clear violation of the four basic safety rules - even in cartoon form.

    I'd mock the anti's for it. I expect those 'in the know' to do better.
    Relax... this is 2A satire. Antis donít know an AR from an assault rifle.

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    Default Re: Amish Arms Buggy-15 Stripped Lower

    You mentioned possible "black and grey" and now you mention ALG, so here's my 9mm in black and grey (and red) with ALG Defense rail, The stock is a Mission First Tactical (MFT) Minimalist stock. The color is "close enough". (the grip is spray painted grey until I get an MFT grip in the same color as the stock)
    (I think the ALG anodized color hand guards are discontinued and availability is limited to remaining stock on hand)

    The ACT trigger has a good reputation as an "improved" milspec trigger. I have that in my 7.62x39 AR.

    There are so many good triggers on the market it boggles the mind.


    Some of this stuff will depend on what you plan to do with it and what you are building.


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    Default Re: Amish Arms Buggy-15 Stripped Lower

    Thanks EM, i would've repped ya but I cant.. Yea, it's amazing the options there are anymore. I think wood furniture is a must but I'm thinking black and grey stain. Really wanting to build it as a pistol too. There is a local Amish guy here that makes wood firearm furniture, I'm going to see what he can come up with. I think I'll even get the local Amish leather smith to make something for it too. At least a sling, or maybe some kind of leather pistol scabbard lol.
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    Default Re: Amish Arms Buggy-15 Stripped Lower

    Ok I need one of these ...maybe 2

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