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Draco finally got its stock!

Discussion in 'NFA & Class III Discussion' started by ImplodedMindZ, Sep 3, 2012.

  1. ripnbst

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    The ace folding stock mount on this thing is SOLID too. I was worried a little because i have heard other reports of it being loose and wobbly. After I threaded the holes in the rear trunnions I installed the screws through the ace adaptor with some loc tite. Torqued them pretty well, then I had some steel self locking nuts small enough to work in the area inside the trunnion that I installed and snugged down. I don't think this thing is ever coming off. It doesn't wiggle a .001, I'm very pleased.
     
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    That is one sweet looking rig!
     
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    I finally got out to shoot today and damn this Draco is sick. Totally different than shooting my 10.5" AR. I actually enjoyed it more, recoil seemed more manageable. I was shooting out at 100 yards but would like to get some practice transitioning between targets a little closer. New pictures with the delta point that I really enjoy.

    I will soon be replacing the ace grip adaptor with a unit from slrrifleworks when he releases them.

    After driling & tapping the rear trunnion and installing the longer bolts i removed the FCG and snaked some steel self locking nuts through the receiver and snugged them down onto the bolts against the rear trunnion. I figured this would be as good a way as any to keep everything rock solid

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    Very sharp looking SBR my friend.
     

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