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    That is exactly how I would do one. Looks great! Only need more photos of the entire rifle. :)
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    Uhhh...how about some more details instead of the teasers....we are fiends over here.

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    Couple questions as I'm building a 416 from a forging.
    What lower did you use?
    What'd you do for the buffer retainer?
    Who did the anodizing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belted View Post
    Couple questions as I'm building a 416 from a forging.
    What lower did you use?
    What'd you do for the buffer retainer?
    Who did the anodizing?
    In the 416 owner’s thread he says it is a CNC guns lower

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belted View Post
    Couple questions as I'm building a 416 from a forging.
    What lower did you use?
    What'd you do for the buffer retainer?
    Who did the anodizing?
    For the buffer retainer I’m guessing you are either talking about the pin that is spring loaded or the cross pin that holds it in place. Correct?

    If so I just used the original components that I got off of the original demilled, cut into pieces, 416 receiver.

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    And almost missed it, the anodizing was done by New Frontier Armory.

    Surprisingly they only charge $15 to prep it and Anodize it!

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    Awesome job new frontier did. I ask because they've had my upper and lower for 3 weeks now.

    I used a lower from a guy who was milling forgings to 80%. His were not drilled to accommodate the hk buffer retainer so i had to make that modification myself to use the hk parts. Most people building 80% just use a standard ar15 retainer.

    Awesome job. Matt did my engravings as well.

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    This should go into HK Clones. Its not a HK Gun. Its a mockup made from partially genuine HK Parts and partially whatever Parts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Belted View Post
    Awesome job new frontier did. I ask because they've had my upper and lower for 3 weeks now.

    I used a lower from a guy who was milling forgings to 80%. His were not drilled to accommodate the hk buffer retainer so i had to make that modification myself to use the hk parts. Most people building 80% just use a standard ar15 retainer.

    We’re probably on the same Facebook group.

    We prolly on the same FB Group.

    Awesome job. Matt did my engravings as well.
    We’re probably in the same Facebook group

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