You know the pride he takes on the work he does on dental problems. . .he isn't about to let anything go on his build project just because it won't be visible!You will never see it, especially when it gets dirty from shooting! Nice work, Doc.
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🤣 We usually only see such a level of sarcasm from Ronnie! 🤪Though, I'm feeling wholly inadequate since Biden says it only takes 30 minutes to go from kit to functioning "ghost gun!" I've spent many hours just finishing the plastic frame. And, I'm not done, yet. Once I get the frame completely ready, I've got to polish all the internal parts before assembling.
But, I guess it stands to reason that criminal thugs have better hands and mechanical skills than I have.
Furthermore, it just makes sense that thugs would rather spend time and MORE money to build a "ghost gun" than to buy a ready-to-go gun on the streets (with the serial number filed off).
We all know that criminal thugs are really just frustrated artists and craftsmen. Their criminal endeavors serve only to finance their passion for making their own functioning firearms. Can't blame'em for that, eh?
Glad you're back safe and sound and have some confidence in your build. 👍👍I made it back, and I've still got 10 fingers, two eyes, two ears, a nose, and all my teeth!
First, I loaded one round and fired.
Then three rounds. Then six. Then ten.
Move to 15 yards... Not so impressed with my shooting. It's not the gun. It's me being nervous and not being used to the sights.
Full mag (17 rounds) added to the target.
Then 25 yards. First 2 shots:
Add some more rounds at 25 yards:
Back to 7 yards to shoot at a silhouette offhand.
Not a single malfunction! No kidding. No failures to feed. No failures to eject. 100 rounds total fired.